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JENKS — Enid’s boys had three top five finishes in finishing eighth at the Class 6A state swimming championships which concluded Thursday at Jenks High School.

JENKS — Enid’s boys had three top five finishes in finishing eighth at the Class 6A state swimming championships which concluded Thursday at Jenks High School.

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.

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Northern Oklahoma College Enid men's basketball team travels to Murray State Thursday with the Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference lead on the line.

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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.

JENKS — Enid’s Kade Couchman qualified for the A finals in four events Wednesday during qualifying for the Class 6A swim meet at Jenks High School.

Claire Dodds scored 19 points as the Enid girls broke a seven-game losing streak by routing the home-school Oklahoma City Knights, 63-29 at the EHS gym Tuesday.

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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.

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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.

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ENID, Okla. — NOC Enid’s men didn’t look like a team that hadn’t played a game in almost three weeks Saturday against Seminole.

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.

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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?

Enid’s swimmers are looking at weather reports as much as psych sheets as they prepare for the state championships Friday and Saturday at Jenks High School.

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.

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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.

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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.

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Oklahoma and Oklahoma State’s 12-game 2021 regular season football schedule was finalized Thursday with release of the Big 12 conference slate.

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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.

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The Enid Plainsmen received a painful lesson in Basketball 101 in an 87-68 loss to No. 7-ranked Choctaw at the EHS gym Friday night.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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The Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets open the 2021 baseball season Tuesday against Hutchinson (Kan.) at 1 p.m. at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.

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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.

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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.

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Enid Public Schools Athletic Director Billy Tipps has been nationally recognized as a certified athletic administrator.

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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.

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The Enid Plainsmen’s comeback bid fell short Friday night against the Midwest City Bombers (11-4) in a 75-56 loss.

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❝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

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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.

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It’s challenging enough to be a first-year head coach, but then throw that in the middle of a pandemic.

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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.

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The Garber Wolverines and Lady Wolverines swept the 2021 Skeltur Conference Tournament at the Stride Bank Center for the second year in a row.

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Opening night of the basketball season turned to be worth the wait for Northern Oklahoma College Enid.

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