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WILBURTON, OK 8 – Eastern Oklahoma State College’s Athletic Department is hosting multiple basketball camps designed to assist area youth develop and refine their skills.
The first camp of the summer will take place June 4-5 and is being held by Head Women’s Basketball Coach Brandon Taylor.

 

From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Taylor’s camp will see participants ages 6 through 9 focus on the fundamentals of basketball; and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. participants ages 10 to 15 will work on improving their athletic abilities. The cost to attend Taylor’s camp is $45.


Also, Head Men’s Basketball Scott Edgar is hosting two camps. Edgar’s first camp is scheduled for June 27-28 and the second for July 18-19. Both of Edgar’s camps will consist of three sessions intended for different age groups. Session A will take place from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. and is open to participants ages 6 to 9; Session B will from 1 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. and is open to ages 10 to 13; Session C will last from 6:30 p.m. to 8 p.m. for ages 14 to 18. The cost to attend either of Edgar’s camps is $20, regardless of the session.


All camps mentioned are open to both boys and girls and will take place in Wilburton at the C.C. Dunlap Fieldhouse. Participants are advised to bring good running shoes and wear athletic clothing. Concessions will be available for purchase.


To ensure safety, campers are not allowed to leave the premises early without direct correspondence between the parent and the camp director.


Registration for all events will begin 30 minutes prior to the beginning of each camp. Please make all checks payable to EOSC Foundation.

 

Visit the event calendar at eosc.edu for more information or to download camp enrollment forms.

 

Press release

 

WILBURTON, OK (May 22, 2018) – Eastern Oklahoma State College’s Athletic Department is hosting multiple basketball camps designed to assist area youth develop and refine their skills.
The first camp of the summer will take place June 4-5 and is being held by Head Women’s Basketball Coach Brandon Taylor. From 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., Taylor’s camp will see participants ages 6 through 9 focus on the fundamentals of basketball; and from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m. participants ages 10 to 15 will work on improving their athletic abilities. The cost to attend Taylor’s camp is $45.


In addition, Head Men’s Basketball Scott Edgar is hosting two camps. Edgar’s first camp is scheduled for June 27-28 from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., and the second camp for July 18-19 from 12:30 p.m. to 2 p.m. Both of Edgar’s camps are open to participants ages 6 to 13 and will cost $20 each.


All camps mentioned are open to both boys and girls and will take place in Wilburton at the C.C. Dunlap Fieldhouse. Participants are advised to bring good running shoes and wear athletic clothing. Concessions will be available for purchase.


To ensure safety, campers are not allowed to leave the premises early without direct correspondence between the parent and the camp director.


Registration for all events will begin 30 minutes prior to the beginning of each camp. Please make all checks payable to EOSC Foundation.

 

Visit the event calendar at eosc.edu for more information or to download camp enrollment forms.


The OK Freedom Girls basketball team won the Greg Swaim Big Time Challenge in Stillwater on Saturday May 19, 2018.


The team went 2-0 in pool play beating the Southside Shock (Tulsa) and Solid Rock Basketball (Edmond) and then beat Solid Rock again in overtime of the championship game.

 

 

Good Job!

 

 

Front Row L-R: Brayli Beason, Ryleigh Pierce, Sky Bluford, Brailey Francis, Jazzlyn Harrison; Back Row L-R: Kara Albert, Alexis Smith, Gracie Jones, Sadie Deiter, Sophie Pulice, Ariana Loggins

 

Saturday, 19 May 2018 17:55

Sooners Land No. 4 Seed at Big 12 Championship

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Tyler Pigg, Associate Director,  University of Oklahoma Athletics Communications

 

NORMAN – The Oklahoma baseball team will be the No. 4 seed in next week's Big 12 Championship at Oklahoma City's Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The Sooners finished fourth in the league standings with a 14-10 conference record and 34-21 mark overall.

 

Oklahoma faces No. 5 seed Baylor on Wednesday, May 23 at 9 a.m. CT. The Sooners swept the Bears earlier this in Norman. Baylor finished the regular season at 32-19 overall and 13-11 in the Big 12.

All-time, Oklahoma is 3-3 against Baylor in the Big 12 Championship. The two teams have not taken the field together in the postseason since 2013.

 

Oklahoma has twice won the Big 12 Championship. The Sooners won the inaugural tournament in 1997 and followed with a title in 2013. Oklahoma is 36-35 in 21 Big 12 Championships and is one of just two teams to qualify for all 22 in the league's history.

 

Wednesday, May 23
Session One
Game 1: No. 4 Oklahoma vs. No. 5 Baylor - 9 a.m.
Game 2: No. 1 Texas vs. No. 8 Kansas - 12:30 p.m.

 

Session Two
Game 3: No. 2 Oklahoma State vs. No. 7 West Virginia - 4 p.m.
Game 4: No. 3 Texas Tech vs. No. 6 TCU - 7:30 p.m.

 

Thursday, May 24
Session Three
Game 5: Game 1 Loser vs. Game 2 Loser - 9 a.m.
Game 6: Game 3 Loser vs. Game 4 Loser - 12:30 p.m.

 

Session Four
Game 7: Game 1 Winner vs. Game 2 Winner - 4 p.m.
Game 8: Game 3 Winner vs. Game 4 Winner - 7:30 p.m.

 

Friday, May 25


Session Five
Game 9: Game 7 Loser vs. Game 5 Winner - 3:15 p.m.
Game 10: Game 8 Loser vs. Game 6 Winner - 7 p.m.

 

Saturday, May 26


Session Six
Game 11: Game 7 Winner vs. Game 9 Winner – 9 a.m.
Game 12: Game 8 Winner vs. Game 10 Winner - 12:30 p.m.

 

Session Seven
*Game 13: Winner Game 11 vs. Loser Game 11, If Necessary - 4 p.m.
**Game 14: Winner Game 12 vs. Loser Game 12, If Necessary*** - 7:30 p.m.

 

Sunday, May 27


Session Eight


Game 15: Championship Game - 1 p.m.

Times listed in Central.

*Game 13 will be necessary if the winner of Game 9 also wins Game 11.
**Game 14 will be necessary if the winner of Game 10 also wins Game 12.
***If Game 13 is unnecessary, Game 14 will be played at 4:30 p.m. rather than 7:30 p.m.

 



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Carl Albert State College’s third baseman, Ben Klutts of Poteau, Okla., has been chosen as one of nine NJCAA Region II Division II baseball players to receive the 2018 Gold Glove Award.

 

The Gold Glove Award is a benchmark for athletic performance and a standard of excellence held by Region II Division II coaches, according to Randy Graves, CASC Athletic Director.

 

Ben Klutts is the third player in CASC baseball history to earn the Regional Gold Glove Award.

 

“I’ve been thoroughly impressed with Ben’s performance throughout his first year in collegiate baseball,” said Tyler Guthrie..... ‘He’s sure-handed and has a really strong arm for third base. Not only is Ben a wonderful player who is sure to have ample opportunities to sign with universities next year — but he’s an even better student and all-around person.”

Thursday, 10 May 2018 07:33

CASC Sallisaw Golf Scramble set for May 19

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Press release

 

The sixteenth-annual Cherokee Nation – Carl Albert State College Scholarship Scramble is set for Saturday, May 19 at Shadow Creek Country Club in Sallisaw, Okla.

 

The four-person team, 18-hole scramble will begin with registration at 8 a.m. and tee-off at 9 a.m.


Golfers will have the opportunity to help provide scholarships to area students attending CASC through their $50 per person entry fee or their $200 per team fee. The registration fee includes a golf cart, greens fees, lunch, beverages and a prize bag for each golfer.

 

“This event is the highlight of my year,” said Paul Marshall, event organizer. “There is no better event than a golf tournament and no better cause than funding local scholarships.”

 

The first-place team will receive a $600 prize, the second-place team will take home $460 prize and there will be a wild card drawing for the third-place prize of $300. Additional prizes will be awarded for longest putt, longest drive and closest to the pin.

 

Pre-registration is required, contact Paul Marshall to reserve your place in the scramble at 918-776-9242.

 

The sixteenth-annual Cherokee Nation – Carl Albert State College Scholarship Scramble is set for Saturday, May 19 at Shadow Creek Country Club in Sallisaw, Okla.

 

The four-person team, 18-hole scramble will begin with registration at 8 a.m. and tee-off at 9 a.m.


Golfers will have the opportunity to help provide scholarships to area students attending CASC through their $50 per person entry fee or their $200 per team fee. The registration fee includes a golf cart, greens fees, lunch, beverages and a prize bag for each golfer.

 

“This event is the highlight of my year,” said Paul Marshall, event organizer. “There is no better event than a golf tournament and no better cause than funding local scholarships.”

 

The first-place team will receive a $600 prize, the second-place team will take home $460 prize and there will be a wild card drawing for the third-place prize of $300. Additional prizes will be awarded for longest putt, longest drive and closest to the pin.

 

Pre-registration is required, contact Paul Marshall to reserve your place in the scramble at 918-776-9242.

 

 

 

Golf Sponosors

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CASC representatives accept sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Scholarship Golf Scramble from the Cherokee Nation. Pictured from left to right, Terri Cox, Bryan Warner, Daniel Smith, Jaime Henson, Tara Vest, and Kristin Peerson.

 

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CASC's Kristin Peerson accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Golf Scramble from Fullbright Auto Wash.

 

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Terri Cox, left, accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Golf Scramble from Sallisaw Equine Clinic's Gary White, DVM.

 

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Kristin Peerson, center, accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Golf Scramble from Bootleggers Liquor.

Pictured from left to right: Tiffany Ellis, Kristin Peerson, and Leandra Fields.

 

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Kristin Peerson, right, accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Scholarship Golf Scramble from Shannon Vann, State Farm Hole Sponsor.

 

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Paul Marshall, right, accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Scholarship Golf Scramble from Randall Baker, longtime supporter of the event.

 

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Paul Marshall, left, accepts sponsorship for CASC Sallisaw Golf Scramble from Tracy Baker of the Sallisaw Tag Agency.

Press release

 

Four Carl Albert State College softball players have been named to the NJCAA All-Region, Region II Teams.

 

Kyla Brown, of Wister. Okla., has been named to the First Team as an All-Region Catcher; Katie McCullar, of Red Oak, Okla., has been named to the Second Team as an All-Region Infielder; Nikki Harrison, of Waldron, Ark., has received Honorable Mention as an All-Region Infielder; Lindsey Eveld, of Ft. Smith, Ark., has received Honorable Mention as an All-Region Pitcher.

 

These athletes are selected by regional coaches for their athletic performance and statistics throughout the spring season. Nine softball teams throughout Arkansas and Oklahoma compete in the Region II division, ensuring a highly competitive selection process for the Region II Teams.

 

This is the first time in several years that CASC has had four players named to the Region II Teams.

 

“The competition in our division is remarkable,” said David Holt, CASC Head Softball Coach. “To have one athlete voted to an All-Region team is the highest accomplishment for a coach; to have four athletes selected, well that’s a true testament to the caliber of our student athletes and I could not be more proud of our ladies.”

 

 

Press release

 

ENID, Okla. - Southern Arkansas secured its fifth Great American Conference Baseball Championship title as the Muleriders defeated Oklahoma Baptist, 16-3, on Tuesday from David Allen Memorial Ballpark. Mulerider Austin Baker earned Tournament MVP honors.

 

The Muleriders (36-17) needed two wins on Tuesday to win the title and opened the day with a 5-2 win thanks in large part to the pitching of Dillon Lawrence. In the second game, they fell behind 3-1 early before scoring the final 15 runs, 13 of which came in the sixth inning.

 

After tying the game with a pair of two-out hits in the fifth inning, the Muleriders sent 18 hitters to the plate in the sixth. Jake Tisevich gave SAU the lead with a run-scoring single and Cortland McPherson plated two with a single to right. Cole Boyd hit his third home run of the tournament to double the SAU advantage to 9-3.

 

The final seven Mulerider runs in the inning all came with two out. Zach Muldoon scored on a wild pitch. Jacob Richardson produced a two-run single; Dakota Wright drove home Tisevich and Richardson with a single to left; Boyd notched his second hit of the frame, a single to score McPherson, and designated hitter James Trevanion capped the rally with a run-scoring single.

 

Baker collected 12 hits in the tournament, one shy of the single-year record. He hit .522 with a home run - the game-changing grand slam against Henderson State on Monday - and eight RBI. Boyd, McPherson and Lawrence also represented the Muleriders on the All-Tournament Team. Boyd accumulated a tournament-leading 20 total bases. McPherson drove in nine RBI and Lawrence’s win in Tuesday’s opener forced the if necessary game.

 

Josh Timms, who hit his third home run of the tournament in the fourth inning for the Bison (31-17), earned All-Tournament recognition along with his teammates Juan Gonzalez and Thomas Shroder. Arkansas Tech’s Cody Wescott and Hayes Cox, Henderson State’s Joseph Shepherd and Zack Gray plus Southwestern Oklahoma State’s Alex Pimental filled out the All-Tournament Team.

 

With the win, Southern Arkansas earned the automatic bid into the NCAA Regional. The Muleriders, along with the GAC’s at-large hopefuls, will learn their postseason fate during the NCAA.com Selection Show, set to stream at 9 p.m. on Sunday.

 

Press release

 

 

The sixteenth-annual Cherokee Nation - Carl Albert State College Scholarship Scramble is set for Saturday, May 19 at Shadow Creek Country Club in Sallisaw, Okla.

 


The four-person team, 18-hole scramble will begin with registration at 8 a.m. and tee-off at 9 a.m. Golfers will have the opportunity to help provide scholarships to area students attending CASC through their $50 per person entry fee or their $200 per team fee. The registration fee includes a golf cart, greens fees, lunch, beverages and a prize bag for each golfer.


“This event is the highlight of my year,” said Paul Marshall, event organizer. “There is no better event than a golf tournament and no better cause than funding local scholarships.”


The first-place team will receive a $600 prize, the second-place team will take home $460 prize and there will be a wild card drawing for the third-place prize of $300. Additional prizes will be awarded for longest putt, longest drive and closest to the pin.


Pre-registration is required, contact Paul Marshall to reserve your place in the scramble at 918-776-9242.

 



 

 

ENID, Oklahoma – Arkansas Tech third baseman Cody Wescott had a banner day at the plate, leading the fifth-seeded Wonder Boys to a 9-3 victory against Southern Arkansas in the second game of the 2018 Great American Conference Baseball Championships. Freshman and All-GAC Honorable Mention Hayes Cox provided eight strong innings on the hill to earn his ninth win of the year.

 

Arkansas Tech (28-21) took advantage of two early errors by the Muleriders (32-17) and scored four runs in the top of the first inning. Following a double off the bat of Harry Gard, the Wonder Boys capitalized on miscue by catcher Zach Muldoon and second baseman Austin Baker on consecutive plays. Wescott then hit a double to left that scored a pair of runs. A sacrifice fly from Korey Thompson scored Mark Vaughn to put Southern Arkansas in a 4-0 hole.

 

The Wonder Boys got an impressive performance on the mound from Cox who threw eight-plus innings, allowing five hits and two earned runs while striking out seven. He carried a shutout into the ninth inning before SAU touched him up for a pair of runs.

 

Michael Post drove in a fifth ATU run in the top of the fourth inning when he found a gap in left-center for an RBI triple. Tech found consistent success against GAC Pitcher of the Year Hunter Vasquez, as the Wonder Boys tagged the right-hander for nine hits and four earned runs over his 5.2 innings of work.

 

Wescott went 3-for-5 at the plate as he took Vasquez deep in the fifth inning for a two-run home run to extend the Wonder Boys lead to 7-0.

 

The third baseman added to his productive day when he ripped his second double of the day off the brick wall in left in a seventh inning that produced Tech’s final two runs of the contest.

 

After SAU’s Cortland McPherson hit a two-run home in the top of the ninth, Tech head coach Dave Dawson made the move to the bullpen for Isaac Hale. He worked through a two-out rally and secured a trip to the winner’s bracket.

 

With the win, Arkansas Tech will face the winner of Oklahoma Baptist-Henderson State on Sunday at 7:30 p.m. while Southern Arkansas will play Arkansas-Monticello in the tournament’s first elimination game Sunday at 12:30 p.m.