Sports

Lady Terriers drop game at BFDC, 6-4

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BURNS FLAT—a run in each the bottom of the third and bottom of the fourth were the difference in the game, as Burns Flat-Dill City beat Thomas-Fay-Custer 6-4. Thomas started out the top of the first scoring 2 runs.

Hydro sports

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Josh Jennings/WDN Cade Berkey won the boys race at the Western Oklahoma Showcase Josh Jennings/WDN Kira Berkey finished ninth at the Western Oklahoma Showcase at Rader Park. Josh Burton/WDN Kolson Tharp and the Hydro-Eakly Bobcats finished this weekend 2-2 at a tournament in Hammon.

Cache tops Weatherford 5-2 in district play

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Cache took the lead early and didn’t let it go Thursday against Weatherford, beating the Lady Eagles 5-2. The Lady Bulldogs fell to Tuttle Saturday, so both Weatherford and Cache have 3 losses in district play on the season.

Lady Eagles get back on the winning track

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YUKON — The Weatherford Lady Eagles volleyball team bounced back from losing to Oklahoma Bible last week as they beat Southwest Covenant on the road 3-1 Thursday. “I am so proud of the girls,” coach Sandi Barr said.

Big Ten football to resume October 23-24

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The Big Ten Council of Presidents and Chancellors (COP/C) adopted significant medical protocols including daily antigen testing, enhanced cardiac screening and an enhanced data-driven approach when making decisions about practice/ competition.

5-hit shutout

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Weatherford’s 3 hits were enough to piece together a 3-0 win against Anadarko Monday. Anadarko got 5 hits, but Weatherford pitcher Meliah Brown didn’t give up any runs, pitching a 7-inning shutout.

Weatherford falls to OBA 3-1

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The Weatherford Lady Eagles volleyball team suffered defeat to Oklahoma Bible Academy Monday. “I think we were slow to the game and struggled to get going early,” coach Sandi Barr said.

Football contest

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The winners of the Weatherford Daily News football contest for the first week were announced Tuesday. Keller Cantrell, of Weatherford, took first place, picking 21 of 23 games correctly, missing the tiebreaker by 1 point and receiving 50 “football bucks.” Larry Adler, of Weatherford, came in second, picking 20 of 23 games correctly, missing the tiebreaker by 1 point and receiving 20 “football bucks” for second place.