ENID, Okla. —
OSSAA Volleyball Rankings
Class 6A — 1. Edmond North, 276; 2. Tulsa Kelley, 263; 3. Edmond Santa Fe, 260; 4. Union, 204; 5. Edmond Memorial, 189; 6. Jenks, 181; 7. Tulsa Washington, 158; 8. Bartlesville, 148; 9. Stillwater, 145; 10. Muskogee, 136; 11. Owasso, 118; 12. Westmoore, 103; 13. Norman North, 92; 14. Enid, 69; 15. McGuinness, 58.
Class 5A — 1. Heritage Hall, 272; 2. Lincoln Christian, 254; 3. Cascia Hall, 230; 4. Christian Heritage, 216; 5. Oklahoma Bible Academy, 198; 6. Coweta, 195; 7. Victory Christian, 175; 8. Deer Creek Edmond, 164; 9. Shawnee, 138; 10. Skiatook, 135; 11. Collinsville, 75; 12. Tulsa Edison, 66; 13. Carl Albert, 63; 14. Tahlequah, 58; 15. Lawton Eisenhower, 56
Class 4A — Elgin, 283; 2. Cache, 274; 3. Weatherford, 248; 4. Sequoyah Tahlequah, 218; 5. Bethany, 200; 6. Catoosa, 185; 7. Clinton, 180; 8. Oklahoma Union, 159; 9. St. Mary’s, 147; 10. Oologah-Talala, 145; 11. Rejoice Christian, 142; 12. Snyder, 88; 13. Okay, 81; 14. Verdigris, 75; 15. Hennessey, 71.
ENID, Okla. —
Missed chances, controversial call end Majors' season
For the second time in a little over 24 hours, the Enid Majors had a lead in the Connie Mack South Plains Regional Tournament, and for the second time they couldn’t hold it.
On Wednesday, it ended their season.
Minors fall in Alva
The Enid Minors became the first of the South Plains Regional’s two co-hosts to be eliminated, spoiling a 5-0 lead to fall 9-7 to Texas Stix Black Wednesday in an elimination game in Alva.
Ex-MLBer goes from pitching phenom to Connie Mack coach
David Clyde was a picture of contentment after his Houston Miracles shut out the Texas Stix Black of the Dallas area 4-0 in the first round of the Connie Mack South Plains Regional Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
Majors stumble late, fall to regional losers' bracket
Cherry Creek, Colo., broke out for six runs in the top of the seventh for a 7-3 come-from-behind victory over the Enid Majors in the first round of the Connie Mack South Plains Regional Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
Sooners, as usual, managing expectations
High hopes are always attached to Oklahoma and this year is no different with the Sooners entering the 2014 season as a consensus pick to reach the first College Football Playoff.
Former OSU line coach having impact on Texas staff
It was quite possibly the biggest coaching coup of the offseason and Oklahoma State was at the wrong end of it – former Cowboy offensive line coach Joe Wickline joining the staff for Charlie Strong's Texas Longhorns.
Texas’ Strong prefers not talking national title
Charlie Strong riled up plenty of Texas fans during a statewide spring tour by saying the Longhorns wouldn’t be in the national championship game.
The new coach toned down his honest assessment in future stops, then said Tuesday in his first appearance at Big 12 media days that he prefers not even talking about championships.
New ACC settles into era of stability
Welcome to the new Atlantic Coast Conference.
It’s where a founding member is out, a fast-rising program is in, Notre Dame is there, too — sort of — and nobody else is leaving.
TCU’s Fields investigated for alleged assault
TCU suspended defensive end Devonte Fields on Tuesday pending the results of a police investigation into whether he punched a former girlfriend in the head and threatened her with a gun while shouting, “I should blast you!”
Minors lose in first round
Wren Perry and Garrett Scudder combined for a two-hitter as the D-Bats Gallegos of Dallas run-ruled the Enid Minors 8-0 in six innings in the first round of the South Plains Regional Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
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