Archive - Mar 29, 2011
The Guymon Tigers claimed third place out of the eight teams in the Chickasha Tournament over the weekend as they went 2-2.
After beating Medill and losing to Duncan in pool play, the Tigers lost to Lawton Macarthur before turning around and beating Chickasha.
"In a predominately 5-A Tournament we feel we did well," Guymon assistant coach Aaron Rios said. "We were not happy about how we played Duncan on Friday but we played extremely well against Macarthur, they were just the better team that day.
"We got a great feel of what we are capable of and what we need to work on."
The Guymon Lady Tigers put together a strong performance at the Chickasha Tournament over the weekend, earning their first two wins of the season while going 2-2.
"The girls played really hard," Guymon coach Michelle Davis said. "We played some great teams and worked well together to build up their plays."
POOL PLAY GAME 1
GUYMON 2, ELGIN 1
The Lady Tigers (2-3-1) unleashed a barrage on Elgin, taking 25 shots, including seven on frame.
Cathy Martinez, 60, of Guymon; passed away Monday morning, March 28, 2011 at the Memorial Hospital of Texas County.
The daughter of Lucio and Josephine (Lopez) Rivera she was born on February 15, 1951 in Folsom, New Mexico.Â The family moved to Guymon from Folsom in 1965.
Cathy was united in marriage to Pedro âPeteâ Martinez on July 22, 1978 in Guymon.Â He preceded her in death on November 17, 2001.Â Cathy was a homemaker and member of the St. Peterâs Catholic Church.
She is preceded in death by her parents and her husband, Pete.
With the help of a nationally popular morning show, one ultra-athlete is on an adventure few would attempt.
âLive! With Regis and Kellyâ announced earlier last month, they were teaming up with ultramarathon runner, motivator and author Dean Karnazes in a 12-week, coast to coast, physical challenge. Karnazes has taken on the extreme challenge of running from California to New York, nearly 3,000 miles, to raise awareness of childhood obesity and inspire Americans to become active and healty.