ENID, Okla. —
for Enid football
The sixth annual Enid Plainsmen Football Golf Tournament will be held Saturday at Meadowlake Golf Course.
The four-person scramble will have two sessions — 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Cost is $250 per team and includes green fees, cart, lunch and doughnuts and coffee for morning).
All proceeds will benefit Enid football.
Contact Kelly Killam at 402-5745 or Brian Bay at 548-4418 to enter a team or as an individual.
Two more teams
reach Juco series
Two more teams have reached the Division II National Junior College World Series, which will begin May 25 at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
UConn-Avery Point beat Monroe (N.Y.) Community College 12-7 to win the East District Championship.
Brunswick (N.C.) beat Lenoir (N.C.) Community College 8-5 for the Southeast District championship.
The Plains District Championship begins today at Tishomingo. Host Murray State (40-19) will be joined by Hesston (Kan. College (25-16) and MCC-Longview, Mo. (31-8).
The winner advances to the World Series.
Jets’ Martin named to
Shortstop Braden Martin was the lone Northern Oklahoma College Enid player to be named to the all-tournament team at the recent Region 2 baseball tournament at Bartlesville.
Martin went 5-for-11 for the tournament for a .455 batting average. He had three RBI and scored a run.
NWDASA youth summer
smash set Saturday
The Northwest District Amateur Softball Association will hold its inaugural Summer Smash Saturday at Government Springs Park.
It will be a T-ball through 12-under fastpitch invitational tournament.
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