The Enid News and Eagle, Enid, OK

November 17, 2012

Sports briefs for 11-18-12


Enid News and Eagle

Fairview-Cashion highlights on Express



Highlights of the Fairview-Cashion second-round Class A football playoff game will be shown on the “Oklahoma High School Sports Express,’’ at 10:30 p.m. Sunday on KOKH (Channel 8, Suddenlink).

There also will be a short segment about the high school days of the players in the upcoming Oklahoma-Oklahoma State Bedlam game.

 

Nov. 26 deadline for YMCA swim lessons



Denny Price Family YMCA will be taking registration for evening swim lessons through Nov. 26.

Classes will run from Nov. 27-Dec. 20. All classes have certified instructors with lifeguards on duty. Preschool level classes have a 4-1 instructor ratio. Youth classes have a 5-1 ratio.

Classes for adults and teens also are available.

There are four autism swim classes. Students will be one-on-one with their instructor. Classes are 30 minutes long.

For more information, call either Kathi Black or Kim Haley at 237-4645.



Air Force bowl-bound after win over Hawaii



AIR FORCE ACADEMY, Colo. (AP) — Wes Cobb scored twice on short runs and Cody Getz rushed for 125 yards as Air Force beat Hawaii 21-7 late Friday night to become bowl eligible.

The Falcons (6-5, 5-2 Mountain West) are headed to a postseason game for the sixth straight season under coach Troy Calhoun. The team accepted a bid to the Armed Forces Bowl after the game.

Air Force didn’t even attempt a pass all night, relying on a ground game that’s ranked second in the country. The Falcons finished with 338 yards rushing.

Jeremy Higgins made his first start for Hawaii and directed a scoring drive to open the game. But the Warriors (1-9, 0-7) struggled after that as they lost for an eighth straight time, the second-longest skid in school history. Hawaii’s record is 19 straight losses from 1997-99.

Getz had another big night, eclipsing the 100-yard mark for the sixth time this season. The diminutive back had a 5-yard TD run early in the third quarter to break a 7-7 tie.