McIlroy wins British Open by 2 shots
Walking off the 18th green as the British Open champion, Rory McIlroy kept gazing at all the greats on golf’s oldest trophy.
On the claret jug, his name is etched in silver below Phil Mickelson.
In the record book, he is listed behind Jack Nicklaus and Tiger Woods as the youngest to get three legs of the career Grand Slam.
And over four days at Royal Liverpool, he had no equal.
Enid's 1954 championship team reunites at Connie Mack tourney
Sixty years later, Enid residents Alan Livingston and Guy Hays still savor the thrill of being on the first-ever team to win a state American Legion baseball championship.
NOC pulls off nifty steal from NWOSU
When Northern Oklahoma College’s news release landed in my email Friday announcing Ryan Bay as the new head baseball coach at its Tonkawa campus, it was an eyebrow-raiser as much for what it contained as what it didn’t.
Majors out of state after late mistakes
As one team was being honored at David Allen Memorial Ballpark, another saw its state championship hopes end.
Fowler faces McIlroy again in final group at Open
From the time they faced each other in the Walker Cup, a couple of 18-year-olds with the world at their feet, Rickie Fowler figured he’d go at it again someday with Rory McIlroy in a major championship.
Rory McIlroy builds 6-shot lead at British Open
Rory McIlroy looks as if he has just thrown a knockout punch at the British Open, and it was only Saturday.
Mills, Majors blank Sandlot
Matt Mills hoped the Connie Mack state tournament could give him some exposure to college coaches for a possible baseball scholarship.
The Enid Majors ace might have turned a few heads in shutting out the Oklahoma City Sandlot, a team with four Division I signees.
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Majors edge Minors 4-3 on Fore’s walk-off
Little brother came within an eyelash of knocking off big brother Friday in an elimination game at the Connie Mack state tournament at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
NOC’s Barrios making D-I jump
Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s Kori Barrios, a third-team All-American catcher, has signed a national softball letter of intent with Division I Utah Valley.
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