Sports

Hydro-Eakly girls win tournament

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The Hydro-Eakly Lady Bobcats basketball team won three games this week and won the West Central tournament for the second year in a row. In the first round Tuesday, they defeated Corn Bible Academy 76-33.

Thomas football players honored

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The Thomas-Fay-Custer Terriers football team had a special season, finishing runner-up in Class A. With all this success, Thomas also had five seniors receive awards and five players were named to the District A-1 First team All-District.

Kind words convince Lady Bulldog to play at SWOSU

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SWOSU basketball player Maddy North said she knew for sure she wanted to play basketball for SWOSU when coach Kelsi Musick said a few kind words to North. “I was getting recruited by other colleges, but SWOSU just seemed like the right fit,” North said.

Lady Bulldogs now 6-0 to start season

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Lauren Ramey recorded new season-highs with 19 points and 7 rebounds while Makyra Tramble poured in 20 points to help the SWOSU women’s basketball team move to 6-0 on the year and 2-0 against Southeastern with a 77-67 win at the Bloomer Sullivan Arena in Durant Thursday.

SWOSU men drop two straight

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After starting the season off 3-0, the SWOSU men’s basketball team has dropped two straight games following an 85-65 loss to Southeastern Oklahoma State Thursday evening at Bloomer Sullivan Arena in Durant.

SWOSU women now No. 13 in latest poll

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EDMOND — The Lady Bulldog basketball team has moved up eight spots in the latest D2SIDA Media Poll, earning a national ranking of No. 13 heading into the second round of Great American Conference Divisional Play.

SWOSU soccer picked second in GAC

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RUSSELLVILLE, Arkansas — The defending Great American Conference Champion SWOSU soccer team has been picked to finish second in the league during the upcoming 2021 spring season. The preseason coaches poll was announced this week by the conference office.

Team remains positive in days of COVID

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The SWOSU Lady Bulldogs Cross Country team has faced challenges during the COVID-19 pandemic, but head coach Jenifer Johnson said the team will remain positive. “I expect our girls to do the best they can with a positive attitude in the 2021 season,” Johnson said.