Archive - Nov 11, 2011
The regular season has come to an end and it is time to look back and review what we saw. Itâ€™s also the perfect time to compare and determine what and who made up the best of the 2011 high school football season.
STORY OF THE YEAR
No competition, the most interesting story in area this season was the Hooker Bulldogs going from a team that had won one game in three years to a playoff team.
The buzz around mixed martial arts has been growing in Guymon since the sport was introduced to the Oklahoma Panhandle in July.
When Extreme Cagefighting Competition returned in August for its second event, it saw the crowd at the Texas County Activity Center double. Event organizer MarkAnthony Baca expects to see that type of growth again Saturday as ECC returns for â€śGuymon Beatdown XXIV.â€ť
It was a strong start to the season for the Guymon Jr. High girlsâ€™ basketball program, which dominated at Liberal South in Liberal, Kan. on Tuesday.
The Guymon eighth-grade A team jumped out to a six-point lead in the first quarter and never looked back, topping Liberal, 39-17.
Guymonâ€™s Brooke Arledge led all scorers with 14 points, while Shay Henry added eight and Brittney Belden and Kaylem La Brue each chipped in with four points.
The Lady Tigers play again today as they take on Dumas.
GUYMON 8TH (B) 30, LIBERAL SOUTH (B) 6