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The Pacers won’t be coming home empty-handed from their trip to Lew Wentz Golf Course at the Big 8 Conference Tournament on Thursday.

Ringwood athletic director James Worley said he’s not for sure how many schools will be there since it is an open invitational for all eight-man football schools.

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After a one-year hiatus, the Merrifield Office Plus Invitational will be returning this weekend with 11 local teams participating in the three day event at Pioneer High School and David Allen Memorial Ballpark.

OKLAHOMA CITY — After shooting their lowest round of the season last week at Trosper Golf Course, the Pacers bounced back with another strong showing at the Putnam City North tournament at Lincoln Park’s East Course.

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NOC Enid could feel the agony of defeat after a 66-64 loss to NOC Tonkawa in the Region 2 men’s championship game at the Stride Bank Center Saturday.

The baseball gods watched over Enid’s Garrett Shull Saturday in the Plainsmen’s 15-5 five-inning run rule victory over Ponca City at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.

National Park College of Hot Springs, Ark., got a rough introduction in its first visit to David Allen Memorial Ballpark as Region 2 baseball member.

After a strong first quarter, the Lady Jets couldn’t hold off Northeastern Oklahoma State A&M in the first round of the NJCAA Division 1 Region 2 Tournament at the Stride Bank Center, falling 64-58.

Enid’s boys will be without two key performers Friday when the Plainsmen and Pacer track teams go to the Carl Albert Inviatational in Midwest City.

The Pacers came away from their tournament at Trosper Golf Course with three career lows to finish fifth with a team score of 388.

The Enid Outlaws are preparing to tip-off their inaugural season on Friday when they travel to Omaha, Neb., to take on Omaha’s Finest.

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The Oklahoma Flying Aces announced on Thursday that they’ll be inactive for the 2021 season according to a press release by the Champions Indoor Football League.

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Garrett Shull drove in four runs with two doubles as the Enid Plainsmen run-ruled Union, 15-5 for their fifth straight victory and second straight 10-run win at the Gladys Winters Memorial Tournament Thursday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.

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The Plainsmen shook off the rust from a 24-day break when they traveled to The Club at Indian Springs in Broken Arrow on Monday.

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Enid center back David Garcia says his team will be playing with a chip on its shoulder this weekend and the rest of the season as the Plainsmen prepare for the Stillwater Cup on Friday and Saturday.

Pioneer, 14-1, will put its eight-game winning streak on the line on Thursday when the Mustangs face Skeltur Conference rival Drummond (4-4) at 8 p.m. in the final game of their own Chisholm Trail Invitational at John D. Riesen Field.

NOC Enid baseball coach Scott Mansfield is excited to open the conference (Region 2) season with a doubleheader with Murray State (13-11) at David Allen Memorial Ballpark starting at 1 p.m. on Thursday.

Broken Arrow scored 11 runs in the fifth inning to rally past Enid, 19-15 in a District 6A-3 baseball game that took more than three hours and 15 minutes.

Rose State pounded out 11 hits and took advantage of 14 walks to run rule NOC Enid, 21-9 in junior college baseball action Tuesday.

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Enid’s first official game at the Stride Center will be on April 18 against the Lewisville Leopards.

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The Plainsmen (3-8 overall and 0-4 in district) will host the Tigers (6-3, 3-1) at 6 p.m. Tuesday at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. The teams will make up the rainout at Broken Arrow at 4 p.m. Wednesday.

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NOC Enid’s baseball team will be warming up for the start of the conference season Thursday, March 25, 2021, when the 14-5 Jets travel to 4-13 Rose Stare for a 2 p.m. game on Tuesday.

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Garber boys basketball coach and superintendent Will Jones will be stepping down as coach to focus on his administrative role.

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Johnny Villa is still feeling the pain of losing in sudden victory overtime in the feed-in round of the state tournament.

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Blake Priest was dominating on the mound for the Enid Plainsmen against Edmond Santa Fe Saturday, allowing only one hit and striking out nine over four-and-one-third innings.

Picklo, wearing a knee brace to protect an injury that will require surgery next Monday, avenged that 8-6 loss to Robb to help the Broncos beat the Spartans, 45-22, in the championship match of the 6A state dual tournament at Stride Bank Center.

The Kingfisher-Blanchard Class 4A state quarterfinal at State Fair Arena Wednesday would not be a repeat of the No. 1-ranked Yellowjackets’ 91-52 romp over the Lions at Blanchard on Jan. 19.

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The Alva Goldbugs will have confidence on their side when they take on Beggs in the first round of the Class 3A State Basketball Tournament on Thursday at 8 p.m.

Enid's soccer teams will put their undefeated records on the line when they welcome 5A Piedmont to D. Bruce Selby Stadium on Tuesday starting at 5 p.m.

Parker Coll and Gunner Phillips combined for a three-hitter and 12 strikeouts as Edmond Memorial shut out Enid, 4-0 in District 6A-3 baseball action Monday at the Bulldogs’ field.

Jalen Stamps (17) and Noah Jordan (24) combined for 41 points as the NOC Enid Jets rallied past Seminole State, 67-62 Monday on the Trojans’ home floor. The win boosted the Jets’ record to 8-3 overall and 6-2 in conference.

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Noah Jordan scored 14 of his game-high 22 points in the second half to lead Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s men past Eastern Oklahoma, 81-64 Thursday at the Mabee Center.

Chisholm’s girls will be hoping that the third time’s the charm when the Lady Longhorns (12-7) face 16-2 Kellyville at 6 p.m. Friday at the Class 3A Area I winners bracket finals at Hennessey.

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Garber’s girls will be looking for revenge of sorts when the Lady Wolverines face No. 2-ranked and defending state champion Hydro-Eakly (23-3) at 4 p.m. Wednesday in the first round of the Class A state tournament at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City.

Before his team’s season opener at district rival Bartlesville, Enid baseball coach Brad Gore said the Plainsmen would need to avoid strikeouts and base running errors.

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Northern Oklahoma College Enid’s women used the inside-outside duo of Lauren Wade (26) and Madelyn Hankins (18) to the maximum in beating rival Northern Oklahoma Tonkawa, 59-54 Saturday.

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Enid’s Chance Davis will be facing some challenges as he tries to become Enid’s first two-time state champion at the Class 6A state wrestling tournament Saturday at the State Fair Arena in Oklahoma City.

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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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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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