ENID, Okla. —
Cimarron 8, Timberlake 4
Timberlake 011 02 —4 5 0
Cimarron 140 3x —8 5 1
WP — Mackenzie Lee. LP — Thorp. Timberlake — Gaff, double. Cimarron — Courtney McCartney, 2-for-3, double, run scored. Cimarron, 10-6, will host Drummond Thursday.
PIONEER 11, RINGWOOD 6
Ringwood 211 000 2 —6 7 5
Pioneer 004 601 x —11 11 2
WP — Innis. LP — Kate Randolph. Ringwood — Wallace, 2-for-3, 2 RBI; Farrand, double. Pioneer — Innis, 3-for-4, home run, 4 RBI; Woolsey, 2-for-4, double; Pendleton, double; Johnson, double. Ringwood, 17-6, will play at Highway 81 Classic on Thursday.
CHISHOLM 9, NEWKIRK 3
Chisholm 142 000 2 —9 16 2
Newkirk 000 120 0 —3 6 1
WP — Pettus. LP — Coplin. Chisholm — Gruber, 3-for-5; Boedeker, 3-for-4, double, 2 RBI; Harves, 3-for-4; Hodges, 2-for-4; Pettus, 2-for-3, 2 RBI. Chisholm, 10-7, will host the 81 Classic Thursday.
PAWNEE 9, CHISHOLM 8
Chisholm 111 401 0 —8 12 5
Pawnee 011 340 x —9 8 1
LP — Pettus. Chisholm — Gruber, 3-for-5, double; Butler, 2-for-4, home run, 3 RBI; Jones, 2-for-4; Boedeker, 2-for-3, double
Oakwood Women’s Golf Association
1. Diane Athey, Jean Brewer, Judy DeVaughn
2. Thelma Horrall, Lynn Combs, Carol Lambertz
3. Kirsty Petersen, Christie Collins, Sheryl Douma.
Meadowlake Women’s Golf Association
Yellow tees — 1. Pat Rainey, 2. Joyce Fuller, 3. Joan Neighbors
18-Hole Putts — Pat Rainey
Rolling Meadows Scramble
1. Jay Betchan, Jim Betchan, 4-under.
2. David Clark, Shane Hulsey, Terry Layton
3. Howard Arend, Harold Bigbey, Eldon Thomas.
4. Travis Connolly, David Betchan, Jack Fitzpatrick
Closest to the holes — Eldon Thomas, Terry Layton, Jay Betchan.
Golfers should call 863-2207 for details for next week’s scramble.
DRUMMOND 10, CIMARRON 9
WP — Bunter. LP — Kirchner. Save — Kokojan. HR — Hurst, C.
ENID, Okla. —
EHS falls in baseball season-opener, 4-1
Enid got the start it wanted in its 2014 opener Monday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. The rest wasn’t quite according to plan.
Jets suffer double-dip loss to N. Iowa
North Iowa Area Community College showed why it’s a regular visitor to the NJCAA Division II College World Series in the Trojans’ doubleheader sweep of Northern Oklahoma College Enid on Monday, 8-7 and 3-2 at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
Gundy eschews ‘watered down’ spring game
Oklahoma State’s decision not to hold a traditional spring game has been met with some criticism. Coach Mike Gundy feels he knows best.
Thunder season on the cusp of disappointment
This is a blue, orange, navy and gold alert.
Lady Jets draw Gila Monsters in NJCAA tourney
The Lady Jets (21-11), the No. 19 seed, drew No. 14-seeded Eastern Arizona Gila Monsters for the first round of the National Junior College Athletic Association Division I Championships at 10 a.m. March 17 in Salina, Kan.
EHS soccer home openers are tonight
Enid High’s soccer teams host Woodward tonight at D. Bruce Selby Stadium in the home opener for both the Plainsmen and the Pacers.
EHS’ Mitchell claims regional lifting crown
Enid’s Raheem Mitchell won the high school regional powerlifting championship this past weekend, taking home top honors in the 168 pound weight class
Plainsmen tennis set for Norman tourney
Enid’s boys tennis team travels today to the Norman North Tournament.
NOC Enid softball DH at Western today
Northern Oklahoma College Lady Jets’ softball team plays a doubleheader at 2 p.m. today at Western Oklahoma .
Three EHS swimmers earn All-State honors
Three Enid High swimmers — Sara Nazari, Hunter McEachern and Gabe Sanchez were named to the West All-State swimming team Monday.
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