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On Friday, Dec. 3, it’ll be Pioneer Coach Dave Riesen’s turn to receive some of the credit, as he gathers with a group of his former players and coaches for a banquet celebrating his induction into the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association (OBCA) Hall of Fame.

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All four offensive linemen seeing playing time this season are seniors — Cade Severin, Jacob Diller, Colten Lormand and Grayson Jaeger. Timberlake head coach Brian Severin said all have for four years and have become the leaders of the team.

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Lyle Welsh, an Oklahoma 8-man Football Hall of Fame inductee, joined the Longhorns in March after spending time as an assistant coach at Oklahoma Bible Academy. Chisholm went 0-10 last season for the first time since 2010.

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The Plainsmen couldn’t overcome a slow shooting night, falling 60-44 to Midwest City in the season opener at Enid High School on Tuesday.

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Riley has accepted the head coaching job at USC and will leave OU to become the 30th head coach of the Trojans, per multiple reports. The Athletic's Bruce Feldman was the first to break the story.

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The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has released the third round football playoff matchups, and a pair of area teams are going to be on the road for the first time this postseason.

Now, the Yellowjackets will be looking to outlast a solid Tonkawa team (8-2) at home at 7 p.m. on Friday to earn a berth in the Class A quarterfinals. This season would be the Yellowjackets’ third trip to the quarterfinals since 2016.

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A practice and teaching seminar, aimed at promoting the growing sport of arm wrestling, will be held at Enid Axe at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Nov. 21, 2021.

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With a red-hot Boise City coming to town on Friday, Timberlake head coach Brian Severin said the team will need to stay focused on the task at hand if they want to advance.

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Garber has managed to advance to the second round of the playoffs on the heels of its best season in the last decade. The Wolverines next challenge: defending Class B state champion Dewar, on the road, Friday.

After securing their second-straight district title with a 60-34 win over Covington-Douglas last Friday, the Pioneer Mustangs will host Drumright for the first round of the playoffs at 7 p.m. on Friday at Pioneer High School.

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🔶◆ Oklahoma State University reached out to Enid native Harold Holden about creating a statue of Barry Sanders with a specific pose that will be unveiled on Saturday, Nov. 13, two hours before the Cowboys kickoff against TCU.

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Enid head coach Rashuan Woods said after the game that he’s pleased that his team can be competitive against the some of the top teams in the district, but he wants to see his team take the next step to win some of those games.

The Plainsmen couldn’t get over the hump after weathering another slow start, eventually falling to Edmond Santa Fe 35-25 on the road.

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❝It’s very important for them, because they won’t play another game in the home stadium. It’s special for them, as it should be. You just want to really cherish the moment as much as you can.❞ — Enid head coach Rashaun Woods
 

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Pioneer’s ace pitcher is taking her talents to the next level, signing a letter of intent to play college softball at the University of Sciences and Arts of Oklahoma on Wednesday at Pioneer High School.

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The Lady Mustangs’ success on the diamond this season got the attention of area coaches, who awarded them top honors on the 2021 Enid News & Eagle All-Northwest Oklahoma fastpitch softball team.

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With four games remaining in the season, the Plainsmen have brought themselves back to .500, snapping a three-game losing streak and avoiding a mid-season collapse similar to the one that de-railed them in 2020.

ENID, Okla. — The Plainsmen have a chance to get their season back on track with a road win over district foe Westmoore on Thursday, but it will have to do it on a shortened week of practice.

The 2022 season of The Basketball League will see the introduction of 17 new teams including a new in-state rival for the defending-champion Outlaws, the Potawatomi Fire.

During a week in which most other Class B schools are preparing for their upcoming district opponents, Class B Independent Oklahoma Bible Academy is trying to remain focused on themselves during their transition season.

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It was Pioneer’s first loss since falling 8-0 at home to the Lady Broncs in the season opener. Kremlin-Hillsdale head coach Brad Hawkins said both teams had a lot to gain from a late-season matchup between two of the top teams in Class A and Class B.

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The Plainsmen couldn’t overcome an explosive Trojan offensive attack, giving up 28 first half points on their way to a 49-6 loss in the district opener Friday night.

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WAUKOMIS — Felix Teal’s 85-yard kickoff return for a touchdown proved to be the back-breaker as unbeaten Laverne handed Pioneer its first loss of the season, 38-14 Thursday night at Mustang Field.

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After finishing with double-digit wins and a trip to the Class B semifinals in 2020, the Pioneer Mustangs are hoping they have what it takes to make a deeper playoff run this season.

The Trojans were held to 130 yards of total offense, while giving up 617 yards to the Rams and 421 yards passing. It was Oklahoma Bible Academy’s first loss since making the transition to playing as an independent in 8-man football.

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