TISHOMINGO — Jerry Carraway had 22 points to lead Murray State past the Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets, 81-75 Thursday in a battle of Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference unbeatens.
EDMOND — Enid girls coach Nina Gregory could still find some positives after the Pacers fell to No. 1 regional seed Edmond North, 104-28 in a first round Class 6A Eastern Regional girls basketball game Thursday.
Northern Oklahoma College Enid men's basketball team travels to Murray State Thursday with the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference lead on the line.
Enid's girls will be relaxed, at least, when the 2-13 Pacers try to take out No. 1 regional seed Edmond North (18-2) at 8 p.m. Thursday at Edmond Memorial High School.
No. 8-ranked Northern Oklahoma College will be trying to put a disaster day Monday behind them when the Jets host Des Moines (Iowa) Area in a four-game series at David Allen Memorial Ballpark beginning Thursday.
YALE — Garber’s boys survived a 32-point effort from Covington-Douglas’ Gloire Houmba to outlast the Wildcats, 58-51 in the Class A Area I A-B winners bracket finals Saturday.
ENID, Okla. — Noah Jordan scored 26 points to lead a balanced attack as Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s men rolled past Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference foe Redlands, 94-71, Monday at the Mabee Center.
Former NOC Enid women’s coach Scott Morris had a successful homecoming Monday as his Stillwater boys outlasted the Enid Plainsmen, 56-44 at the EHS gym.
BROKEN ARROW — Enid’s Chance Davis and Johnny Villa punched their tickets to Saturday’s Class 6A state wrestling tournament by finishing fourth at the Eastern Regional at Broken Arrow High School.
Covington-Douglas’ boys will be looking to get a second shot at No. 4 and defending state champion Garber when the 19-2 Wildcats face 4-3 Dewar at 8 p.m. Saturday in the Class A Area II Region A-B winners bracket semifinals at Frontier.
Two Oklahoma Bible Academy swimmers will be competing in the Class 5A boys state swim meet, which begins a two-day run Monday and Tuesday at the Edmond Aquatic Center at the Mitch Park YMCA.
Remember two weeks ago when the Enid girls and boys were concerned about having to play six games (girls) and five games (boys) over an eight-day period?
HELENA, Okla. — Kale Pierce and his Timberlake Tigers were savoring a 55-43 victory over Cherokee Strip Conference rival Burlington in the finals of the Class B Area I District 3 tournament Saturday at the THS gym.
While covering sports was the main objective, along the way I learned a few lessons about what high school sports means to Northwest Oklahoma and all of the wonderful smaller towns that surround Enid.
Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s baseball team had a long wait between its last game of 2020 and the first game of 2021 after its 2020 season was cut short after barely starting thanks to the pandemic.
Oklahoma and Oklahoma State’s 12-game 2021 regular season football schedule was finalized Thursday with release of the Big 12 conference slate.
Enid’s wrestlers will look to break last year’s record of sending four qualifiers to the state tournament when the Plainsmen go to the Eastern Regionals at Broken Arrow Friday and Saturday.
JENKS, Okla. — Enid’s boys lived up to the high expectations of coach Lyndsay Watts at Saturday’s Class 6A regional championship at Jenks High School.
Enid’s swimmers, who had only two state individual qualifiers a year ago (Luke Denney and Elsa Stewart), go into Saturday’s Eastern Regional at Jenks with the highest expectations in coach Lyndsay Watts’ six-year tenure.
Seminole State held on late to hand the Northern Oklahoma College Enid Lady Jets their second straight loss, 64-61 at the Mabee Center on Thursday night.
YUKON — The Enid Plainsmen had three players in double figures in their 55-43 win on the road over Yukon Thursday night. The win was Enid’s second-straight victory and evened its season record at 5-5.
Wednesday was national signing day as prep athletes signed letters of intent to continue their playing careers on the collegiate level. Enid News & Eagle chief photographer Billy Hefton filed these photos from Enid High School and Waukomis High School.
It had been a while, but in the end the wait was worthwhile as Northern Oklahoma College Enid defeated Hutchinson (Kan.) 8-7 Tuesday in the season-opening game for both junior college baseball teams.
PONCA CITY — Taye Sullivan scored a season-high 27 points as the Enid Plainsmen blitzed arch-rival Ponca City, 61-47 Tuesday on the Wildcats' home floor.
The Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets open the 2021 baseball season Tuesday against Hutchinson (Kan.) at 1 p.m. at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
Following on the heels of last week’s Enid News & Eagle Northwest Oklahoma football awards, the Oklahoma Coaches Association announced its All-State and All-Star by Class teams on Monday. Not surprisingly, OCA’s awards include several names that should be familiar to area prep football fans.
WILBURTON — Jalen Stamps scored a season-high 34 points to lead the Northern Oklahoma College men over Eastern Oklahoma State, 87-67 in the Jets' Oklahoma Athletic Conference opener on Monday.
A furious Plainsmen comeback just fell short in the Enid High School boys 61-58 loss to No. 5-ranked Putnam City North Saturday at the Panthers’ gym.
Enid News & Eagle is happy to announce this year’s 8-man player and coach of the year as well as members of the 8-man football first- and second-teams and honorable mentions.
The Enid News & Eagle is once again proud to present its 11-man All-Northwest Oklahoma football team, player of the year and coach of the year honorees as voted on by the area coaches.
❝One of our strengths is anybody can have a big game and tonight showed that was true. We’ll have different people contribute on different nights.❞ — NOC Enid women’s basketball coach Kelli Jennings
The Enid Plainsmen evened their season record at 3-3 with a convincing 57-42 victory over Putnam City Tuesday night at the Enid High School gym. But head coach Curtis Foster is still looking for consistency over the entire 48 minutes.
The Enid Plainsmen will look to snap a two-game skid when they host winless Putnam City in the second half of a girls-boys basketball doubleheader Tuesday at home.
This Week's Circulars
ENID [mdash] Celebration of Life Service for Robert "Catfish" Cunningham, 69, will be Friday, February 26, 2021 at 2:00pm in Anderson-Burris Funeral Home Chapel. Memorials in his name to Anderson-Burris (to help with expenses) www.andersonburris.com.
The Memorial services celebrating the life of Carole Hall will be held at 10:00 a.m. Today in The Emmanuel Enid Church. Services will be live-streamed on Brown-Cummings Funeral Home Facebook page. Condolences may be shared online at www.Brown-Cummings.com.
Services celebrating the life of Carole Hall will be held at 10:00 a.m. Wednesday February 24, in the Emmanuel Enid Church. Services will be live-streamed on Brown-Cummings Funeral Home Facebook page. Condolences may be shared online at www.Brown-Cummings.com.
ENID [mdash] Graveside services 2:00 pm Friday, February 26, 2021, Garden Chapel, Memorial Park Cemetery, Pastor Chuck Kearney officiating, under the guidance of Amy Stittsworth Funeral Service. Military graveside rites conducted by Silver Talon Honor Guard. www.stittsworthfuneralservices.com
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