ENID, Okla. —
Tournament to help
defray Beall’s expenses
The Camo Crew Relay for Life is hosting a golf tournament May 31 at Pheasant Run Golf Course.
The Camo Crew Relay for Life is made up of family and friends of Chisholm’s J.T. Beall, who has been diagnosed with a Germinoma brain tumor. He is the son of Chris and Jessica Walker and recently graduated from CHS. Proceeds will help with his medical expenses.
It will be a 1 p.m. start and will cost $60 per person. The group is accepting hole sponsors.
For information, call either Jodi at (580) 548-6235 or Jessica at (580) 554-4554.
Track, tennis to be
on Express show
Highlights of the Track Meet of Champions and the boys state tennis tournament will be featured on the “Oklahoma High School Sports Express,’’ at 10:30 p.m. Sunday on KOKH (Channel 8, Suddenlink).
Worrell, TU fail to
qualify for NCAA golf
FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Enid’s Chris Worrell and his University of Tulsa teammates fell just short of a repeat trip to the NCAA golf tournament Saturday.
The Golden Hurricane finished seventh at the Fayetteville Regional with a 908. The top five teams qualified for the NCAAs, which will be May 28-June 2 at Atlanta. Illinois won the tournament with a 863, followed by Arkansas (866), Texas (880), Oklahoma State (882) and Kent State (892)
Worrell, in his final collegiate tournament, shot a 79 Saturday for a 54-hole score of 228. That tied him for 37th place in the individual competition. He was second among TU golfers behind teammate Mark Mumford (223).
for Juco World Series
NORTH East, Md. — Lackawanna (Pa.) College punched its ticket to the NJCAA Division II World Series at David Allen Memorial Ballpark Saturday by winning the Northeast District.
Lackawanna beat Frederick (Md.) Community College in a best two-out-of-three series. Frederick won the opener, 9-8, but Lackawanna came back to win Game 2, 10-5 and Game 3, 2-1.
Lackawanna will take a 40-19 record into the tournament, which begins Saturday.