The Trojans face a Regent Prep squad that’s won 10 games in each of its last four seasons. The game will kickoff on Friday, Sept. 17 at 7 p.m. in Tulsa.
Game summaries for Ringwood, Covington-Douglas, Oklahoma Bible Academy, Chisholm, Kingfisher, Fairview, Alva, Timberlake, Waukomis, Garber, Medford, Kremlin-Hillsdale, Watonga, Canton, Pond Creek-Hunter,
EHS head coach Rashaun Woods said the offense has to be more efficient moving forward. Enid’s defense has likely been the biggest bright spot so far this season.
Oklahoma entered Saturday’s contest against Tulane as a 31-point favorite, and looked well on their way to covering that spread after taking a 37-14 halftime lead.
The game against Ponca City will be Enid’s home opener and the 101st meeting between the two schools. Enid currently holds a 56-33-6 lead in the series and is coming off a 19-17 win last season.
The Mustangs faced an unusual situation last week after its game against Seiling was canceled when eight Seiling players became sick and were unable to play.
Chisholm will be looking to give new-head coach Lyle Welsh his first win with the Longhorns at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 3 on the road against his former team.
Garber is currently on a two-game winning streak in the series and defeated Waukomis 40-14 in 2020. Garber leads the all-time series 30-14. The game will be played at Garber at 7 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 3.
The Wildcats were nearly sidelined this week after Medford canceled their game on Friday, Sept. 3, due to a rise in the Cardinals COVID-19 numbers.
The Trojans managed to put together a nine-game schedule, featuring two, two-game series against Cross Christian Academy and Hollis. Both series will feature a home and away game.
Coming from as far behind as 14 points, the Plainsmen re-evaluated at half-time, and with a momentum swing, some offensive fireworks and a game-winning play at the 5 yard line sealed the first Enid victory of the season.
- Cherokee at Laverne, 7 p.m. — Cherokee looks to repeat last year’s success when it takes on Class B runner-up Laverne.
- Alva at Kingfisher, 7 p.m. — Alva has a tough task facing a Kingfisher team that took last season’s meeting 54-6.
- Sharon-Mutual (5-6) at Pond Creek-Hunter (3-6), 7 p.m. — Pond Creek-Hunter is coming off its first losing season since 2003.
- Canton (3-8 last season) at Okeene (4-7 last season), 7 p.m. — Okeene got revenge after falling 20-0 in last year’s season opener and then winning in a shutout win in the first round of the playoffs.
- Waukomis (1-9 last season) at Waynoka (10-2 last season), 7 p.m. — The Chiefs snapped a three-game winning streak over Waynoka in last season’s 38-8 loss at home in the season opener.
Boxing fans will start having more opportunities to watch events in Oklahoma this year, with the announcement that American Dream Presents has partnered with Oklahoma-based production company Fairmont Pictures.
Covington-Douglas and Timberlake will square up for the 14th time in the history of the two programs and Thursday is expected to be another dogfight.
The first three innings couldn’t have gone better for Enid against District 6A-3 leader Bixby in high school softball action Monday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
Pacers and the Plainsmen teams will participate in a night race, something that no EHS cross country team has attended yet, at Mustang.
Enid will have several new faces in the secondary this season as the team looks to replace four seniors (and two starters) from the defensive backfield.
“Our lives are filled with stuff. Good stuff, bad stuff, little stuff, big stuff, useful stuff, junky stuff and everyone’s stuff. When we leave all our stuff to go to heaven, whatever happens to our stuff won’t matter. We will have the good stuff God has prepared for us in heaven.”
Enid head coach Rashaun Woods said the squad had between 60-65 players showing up to summer workouts. He said the team’s numbers over the summer have more than doubled since his first season in 2019.
The release of the tentative 2021-22 ADM list by the Oklahoma Secondary School Athletics Association (OSSAA), revealed OBA had a 15% percent decrease in attendance from the year prior.
Phase two of the Enid Sports Association’s years-long project will start with building the clubhouse at the future Advance Soccer Complex, at 1526 S. Garland.
Four swimmers represented the Aquatic Club of Enid (ACE) at the Futures Championship last weekend including Asa Stewart, who finished first in the 100-meter breaststroke and set a new open team record.
The Advance Soccer Complex will be hosting a groundbreaking ceremony celebrating the completion of a $4 million capital campaign and the beginning of construction on the clubhouse 10 a.m. Tuesday.
❝… I know there’s other teams that deserve it and wanted it as bad as we did, but what this team did in Farmington, N.M., it’ll be hard to replicate.❞ — Majors head coach Kris Webb
With a 9-0 run-rule win over the Colton Nighthawks (California) Friday, July 30, the Majors now need to win one game in two tries against D-BAT United on Saturday to win the Connie Mack World Series.
❝Over the summer, continued evaluation and realization of participation numbers for the upcoming year proved it would not be possible to field an 11-man team in Class A football.❞ — Oklahoma Bible Academy press release
ENID, Okla. — Those interested in signing up for the Wheat Capital Classic golf tournament on Aug. 7-8 will need to fill out their entry forms before the 6 p.m. deadline on Aug. 4.
The win sets the Majors up for a matchup with D-BAT United on Thursday at 8:30 p.m. D-Bat is the only other undefeated team remaining in the tournament and were the favorites to win it all coming into the tournament.
The letter follows a joint statement issued Monday regarding a move to the Southeastern Conference by OU and Texas, leaving the state’s other flagship public university, Oklahoma State University, in the Big 12.
The name change takes effect immediately, with exterior signage to be completed in time for the start of the 2021-22 Thunder season, which plans to be open to the public.
The Majors were able to stamp out a comeback bid by Albuquerque Baseball Academy in the first round of bracket play at the Connie Mack World Series, before eventually pulling away for a 13-6 win.
In a joint statement released by Oklahoma and Texas on Monday morning, both universities announced that they do not plan to renew their grant-of-rights agreement with the Big 12 after it expires in 2025.
The Outlaws capped off their first season in Enid with a 120-107 win over the Syracuse Stallions in The Basketball League Finals on Saturday at the Stride Bank Center.
The tournament will be played at four different venues, in addition to the games being played in Enid: Cashion High School, Stillwater High School and Ponca City High School.
Former Plainsman Maddux Mayberry has chosen to attend NOC Enid in the fall, to focus solely on his baseball career, after previously committing to Northeastern Oklahoma A&M.
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