November 22nd, 2014
TEXHOMA â€” Sarah Murphy drained a game-high 28 points to keep the Texhoma Lady Red Devils in the game on an otherwise poor shooting night for Texhoma as the Lady Red held off pesky Boise City 52-47 Friday night.
Murphy did most of her damage in the fourth quarter as Texhoma (1-0) relinquished a 26-22 halftime lead and trailed 35-34 entering the fourth.
Texhoma led by as much as six late in the second, but went cold in the third quarter, and Boise Cityâ€™s Addison Munsch and Destiny Spell hit some key shots to pull the Lady Wildcats (0-1) into the lead at 3:44 of the third.
TEXHOMA â€” Dylan Koehn and Mychael Johnson each scored 19 points and Moises Garay 10 to lead the Texhoma Red Devils to a 60-43 win over Boise City, Friday night.
The win was solid despite both teams one week removed from first-round football playoff losses.
It took Boise City a bit longer to get on track.
â€śWe had a great start, great start in the first half,â€ť Texhoma head coach Greg Higgins said. â€śBoise Cityâ€™s a great team. Theyâ€™re a good offensive team, they play good defense, they mix up their defenses and traps. Theyâ€™re a good team.â€ť
TYRONE â€” The Tyrone Bobcats opened the 2014-2015 campaign in mid-season form, easily handling a young and inexperienced Hardesty squad, 79-12 on Thursday night.
â€śYou could just tell they were an inexperienced team,â€ť Tyrone coach Clay Witt said of the Bison. â€śWe were jumping inside the lanes early, but then we tried to back off, tried to work on some other things.
â€śItâ€™s early in the season for both teams, we want to help them, theyâ€™re our neighbors, help them get better and theyâ€™re helping us get better.â€ť
TYRONE â€” Tyrone High School freshman Paige Brown was as cool as the other side of the pillow, Thursday night. Brown calmly sank two free throws with one second left in the season-opener against Hardesty to ice her teamâ€™s 43-41 win.
Hardesty (0-1) led throughout the middle two quarters after Tyrone (1-0) took a 9-6 lead after the first eight minutes of the season.
DATE: November 21, 2014
SUBJECT: Explosion at Gas Plant
POINT OF CONTACT: Grant Wadley, Assistant Fire Chief/PIO
EXPLOSION RESULTS IN TWO WORKERS CRITICALLY BURNED
An explosion occurred Thursday afternoon at DCP Straight Compressor station located at mile 32N and County Rd. 7. Both injured were transferred to Lubbock. The road passing the station will be closed for the remainder of the evening. Updates will follow as information becomes available.
An explosion occurred Thursday afternoon at DCP Straight Compressor station located at mile 32N and County Rd. 7. Two believed to be injured. The road passing the station will be closed for the remainder of the evening. Updates will follow as information becomes available.
Courtney Fox dribble drives around a Hooker defender in 8th grade basketball action last week. The Lady Tiger 8th graders play Thursday at the Hooker Tournament.
Goodwell Police Department Chief Andrew Ramirez presented statistics, advice and basic self-defense techniques for women to prevent sexual assault Monday at the Oklahoma Panhandle State University ballroom, located inside the campus student union.
The class offered periodically is based on the S.P.E.A.R. System, or Spontaneous Protection Enabling Accelerated Response. This system uses natural flinches and reactions to fear or violence and hones them into effective tactical choices against attackers.
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For the past seven years, local growers and producers have gathered on the sidewalk in front of the Texas County courthouse to share the fruits of their collective labors with the community. The location affords shoppers plenty of parking and sellers excellent visibility.
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