April 2nd, 2012
GUYMON - The lead changed sides multiple times on Saturday afternoon while the Tigers took on Liberal. Both teams had big rallies in the game, but the Tigers were able to hold off the Redskins one last time to get the 8-7 win.
The Tigers got out to the early lead with Kyle Caudell got on with a base hit. He then stole second and a base hit Gerardo Martinez advanced him to third. Austin Stonecipher got the first RBI of the day with a ground-out that scored Caudell.
GOODWELL - Wearing special pink jerseys to raise breast cancer awareness, the women of the Aggie softball team proved to have plenty of grit as they split the first two games of the four game series on Friday and went on to win both games Saturday against the Falcons from the Univ. of Texas of the Permian Basin to improve their season record to 18-19.
GOODWELL - The Oklahoma Panhandle State Univ. Aggies had victory within reach in two of the three games this weekend against Texas A&M International, but the Dustdevils swept up before leaving Goodwell.
After losing in a close one on Friday to Madill the Lady Tigers were hoping to bounce back on Saturday in two games to finish up their Chickasha tournament. Instead what they got was two close games and unfortunate finishes in shoot-outs.
Their first game was early Saturday morning against Elgin. The game was a close one from the very beginning Neither team was able to net a goal through regulation despite good scoring attempts.
GOODWELL â€” The Oklahoma Panhandle State University Aggies had victory within reach in two of the three games this weekend against Texas A&M
International, but the Dustdevils swept up before leaving Goodwell.
GOODWELL â€” Wearing special pink jerseys to raise breast cancer
awareness, the women of the OPSU Aggie softball team proved to have plenty of grit as they split the first two games of the four game series on Friday and went on to win both games Saturday against the Falcons from the University of Texas of the Permian Basin to improve their season record to 18-19.
CHICKASHA, Okla. â€” Back in action after a full nine days rest the Guymon High School girls soccer team took to the field again in the Chickasha tournament. The Guymon Junior Varsity team beat the Chickasha JV on Thursday night 1-0, unfortunately the varsity against Madill would not have as much luck.
For a young JV team featuring 12 girls that have never been to a soccer tournament, the win was very promising.
TURPIN - In just the second meet of the season so far, the Guymon girls track team has proven that they have some speed to contend with. As all the area teams gathered today at Turpin, the Lady Tigers came out with a second place team finish.
The meet started off really well for Guymon as their 800 meter relay finished first, in under two minutes at 1:52.94. In fact three of the four of the Tiger girlsâ€™ relays finished in first place. The 400 meter relay in 53.24 and the 1600 meter relay in 4:29.91.
TURPIN - While things didnâ€™t quite fair as well for the Guymon boys track team, Friday afternoonâ€™s meet was not without its moments of speed. Just like the girls this was the first meet that the Tigers had run in in the past week. Local area teams proved to be tough challenges for the Tigers. Their fifth place team finish behind Hooker, Beaver, Laverne and Boise City put them near the middle of the pack. Hooker meanwhile blew everyone away with 130 points.
HOOKER - The Bulldog bats got started early in the game against Turpin on Thursday. It only took three innings to rack up enough runs for the first, 11-1, win, that was aided by some stellar Hooker defense. Turpin had some chances in the second game with runners on to get some runs. They couldnâ€™t quite get the runs across and would lose the second one 9-1 in four innings as well.