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Tiger rally falls short in loss to Elk City

February 8, 2015

GUYMON — A last second 3-pointer bounced off the rim at the buzzer and a Guymon rally fell just short as Elk City handed the Tigers their second straight loss, 59-56, Saturday night.

The Tigers (13-7) never led as the Elks (10-9) stayed one step ahead.

See full recap Monday.

Tiger swimmers perform well at regionals

February 8, 2015

Eight of Guymon High School's 12 swimmers qualified for the OSSAA state swim meet based on their results at the 5A West Regional meet in Edmond Friday and Saturday.

The girls and boys each placed 6th in the team standings, but had several first and second place finishes.

The girls 200-yard individual medley relay team of Aly Freeland, Kaelyn Carter, Sarah Fowler and Ryanne Landes placed first in the region with a time of 2:00.13

The 200 freestyle relay team of Kaelyn Carter, Ryanne Landes, Aly Freeland and Sarah Fowler placed second in 1:50.01.

Tigers torch Turpin, 67-29

February 4, 2015

TURPIN — After a slow start the Guymon Tigers dominated the Turpin Cardinals winning big, 67-29.

With a balanced offensive attack that saw ten Tigers score, with eight scoring at least five. Derek Portillo led all scorers with 13, including three treys. Carter Nash added 12 as the only other Tiger to reach double figures.

Tigers stave off Hugoton rally in 5-point win

January 31, 2015

GUYMON — The Hugoton Eagles almost completed an improbable comeback at Guymon Friday night. Down 19 entering the fourth quarter, the Eagles rallied to within three points three times in the final 2:23 of the game.
But two free throws by Mason LeGrange and two by Derek Portillo with 14 seconds left kept the Eagles at arm’s-length and propelled the Tigers to a 63-58 win. Portillo was 4-for-4 from the line in the final minute.

“I’d be willing to say those free throws won us the ballgame,” Guymon coach Troy Cox said. “I really feel lucky to get out of there with that one, to be honest.”

Hugoton turns Guymon’s Pink-out Blue

January 31, 2015

GUYMON — For about eight minutes, Friday night, the Guymon High School Lady Tigers payed toe-to-toe with the No. 3 4A team in Kansas.
But Hugoton’s press wore down the Lady Tigers in a 66-30 win over Guymon at Guymon High School.

“They’re very good, they’re fast, they can shoot it well, they play together,” Guymon head coach Tyler Chapman said. “That’s why they are number three in the state of Kansas in Class 4A.”

Tigers roll over Elkhart, 70-24

January 28, 2015

GUYMON — The Guymon Tigers jumped to a 26-3 lead over Elkhart on Tuesday night and were never threatened in a dominating 70-24 win over the Kansas visitors. Guymon was coming off a tough loss to Mannford in the championship of the North Country Tournament.

“The guys are playing really well right now,” head coach Troy Cox said.

See more in the Wednesday edition.

No. 14 Lady Tigers blast Elkhart

January 28, 2015

GUYMON — Senior Hannah Watson nailed a pair of 3-pointers in the opening moments of Tuesday night’s Guymon Lady Tigers battle with visiting Elkhart, Kan., setting the tone for what would become an easy Lady Tigers win, 65-30. With the win, Guymon improves to 11-5 on the season.
Not a bad rebound from Saturday’s loss to No. 1 (2A) Alva in the championship of the North Country Tournament.
“Defense definitely created our offense,” Guymon head coach Tyler Chapman said. “I thought we handled their pressure well, early, and got us some easy buckets.

Texhoma boys, Hooker girls win third place trophies in Texhoma

January 28, 2015

TEXHOMA — Kyra Cathcart scored a game-high 28 points as the Hooker Lady Bulldogs took home the the third place trophy at the Texhoma tournament with a 52-24 win over Boise City on Monday.

The Lady Bulldogs led 15-3 after the first quarter as Jordan Pritchard set the tone with a 3-pointer to open it. Hooker was up 34-9 at the half.
Taelor Parker scored 7 for Hooker, Pritchard 6, Naomi Rodriguez 5, Francis Ugarte 4, Gissel Ugarte 2.

Addison Munsch led Boise City with an uncharacteristically low 8 points.

Lady Devils overcome sluggish first quarter in win over Felt for Texhoma tournament title

January 28, 2015

TEXHOMA — Braelyn Beattie and Sarah Murphy combined for 35 of Texhoma’s 52 points as the Lady Devils overcame a slow first quarter to post a 52-39 win over Felt on Saturday night to capture the Texhoma Invitational Tournament championship.

Felt played for the title after Follett, Texas was unable to play due to UIL rules.

The Lady Bulldogs initially opened up a small lead on the Lady Devils. pulling out to a 12-6 advantage in the first quarter before Texhoma pulled back to within a point by the end of the period. Sarah Murphy, Randi Yates and Bryanna Smith sparked the rally.

Late free throws lift Felt over Hooker for boys title at Texhoma tournament

January 28, 2015

TEXHOMA — Felt’s Sergio Marquez calmly sank two free throws with 13 seconds left to give the Bulldogs a 47-46 win over the Hooker Bulldogs in the championship of the Texhoma Invitational Tournament on Monday night. Jacob Johnson drained a three at the buzzer, but Hooker fell a point shy.

The game lived up to its billing as a dog fight as the score was tied at 10 after the first eight minutes. Dawson Metcalf and Dayton Metcalf kept the game tied at 4 early on, but Felt took a quick 8-4 lead behind Braden Schnaufer and Jorge Rosas.

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