ENID, Okla. — Enid's tennis, track and golf teams are getting back into action after being slowed by the weather.
Daniel Martinez will be riding the momentum of a second-place finish at Muskogee when the Enid boys tennis team goes to Jenks today.
EHS will go with the same lineup it had at Muskogee — Martinez (3-1), No. 1 singles; Zach Gwin (3-1), No. 2 singles; Connor Angleton and Ryan Leap (2-2), No. 1 doubles and Tyler Hallett and Brandon Kang (1-3), No. 2 doubles.
The Acers will have a different lineup when they go to Muskogee on Saturday.
Savannah Blasi, just out of basketball, will play No. 1 singles with Kaylee Heitfeld at No. 2 singles; Gabrielle Dick and Alexis Blasi, No. 1 doubles; and Abby Gwin and Mia Goulart, No. 2 doubles. Goulart missed last week’s Jenks Tournament because of illness.
Enid’s track teams will have “a glorified practice’’ when they go to their first meet of the season today at Norman.
Norman was the only meet that hadn’t been cancled this week, Enid coach Joe Miranov said, as teams across the state battle bad weather.
Enid’s girls golf team finished fifth at the Guthrie Tournament Thursday. Maddie Young had the low score for Enid with a 101, followed by Madison Boler (102), Sydney Davenport (103), Bailee Roberts (104) and Baylee Quarterman (127).
“It wasn’t too bad for the first time out,’’ said EHS coach David Lee.