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Tyrone, Turpin to renew football rivalry, Friday

September 3, 2014

TYRONE - The last time Tyrone squared off with Turpin on the football field, many of the current players’ parents were just children, cell phones were something from a science fiction movie, the Internet didn’t exist and MTV actually played music.

A whole new generation will renew the old Tyrone-Turpin football rivalry Friday night when the Cardinals pay a visit to Bobcat Field for the 2014 season-opener.

Guymon boys dominate Hooker cross country meet

August 31, 2014

HOOKER — Thursday was a good day for a run.

The Guymon junior and Senior High School cross country team thought so, too, dominating the Hooker meet. The junior and senior high boys each placed first in the team standings, while the junior high girls were second and high school girls third.

“We took over 100 total runners and had a very good outing for our first meet of the season,” said head coach Andy Brown. “We brought home a total of 24 medals."

The varsity boys won the meet for the third straight year, edging out Hooker by four points in a competitive race. Beaver placed third.

Experienced Tiger cross country opens season today

August 28, 2014

GUYMON — Every coach of every sport comes into each new season excited about their team’s prospects. But Guymon High School cross country coach Andy Brown has a good reason to be excited.

The Guymon boys return every runner who competed on varsity last year with the exception of one. The girls lost two seniors from last year, but gain two experienced freshmen who were strong for the junior high team the last two years.

The season starts today at 5:30 p.m. in Hooker.

Garay is Athlete of the Week sponsored by Bank of the Panhandle

August 28, 2014

Betty Garay • Texhoma

Freshman pitcher retired 11 batters in a row while throwing a perfect game in 3-2/3 innings of relief Tuesday against Hooker. Six of those 11 outs were strike outs. Garay struck out 15 batters in four games Saturday at the Beaver Tournament while posting a 2-2 record and throwing more than 100 pitches in a 7-3 win over Guymon.

Head Over Heels cheerleaders earn scholarship

August 28, 2014

Eric Johnson and Jake Strain of Elite Physical Therapy present $2,000 to Crystal Aranda, Jaclyn Vasquez and Tiffany Molina, Wednesday. Aranda chose Jaclyn and Tiffany for the $2,000 scholarship for a variety of reasons, including exceptional work ethic, commitment and drive for the sport of cheerleading. Aranda said the girls are wonderful “bigs” to the younger cheerleaders. They have a solid foundation of sill level, and on the blue mat, they lead by example.

Texhoma Junior High holds off Hooker rally

August 27, 2014

Texhoma’s Sarah Ferguson tags Hooker's Hayli Burge at second during Tuesday’s junior high game in Hooker. Burge was safe on the play. The Texhoma Lady Red Devils jumped to a 7-3 lead on Hooker, but the Lady Dogs rallied to within one run before the tying run was thrown out at the plate to end the game and give Texhoma a 7-6 win. (Staff photo/Shawn Yorks)

Texhoma handles Hooker 16-6

August 27, 2014

HOOKER — The Texhoma Lady Red Devils spotted Hooker a 6-3 lead after the first inning of Tuesday’s game in Hooker. But that would be all, as the Lady Red downed Hooker 16-6.

See more in Wednesday's issue.

Texhoma takes second in Panhandle Shootout

August 25, 2014

The Texhoma Lady Red Devils placed second at the Panhandle Shootout in Beaver on Saturday. The ladies downed Buffalo and Guymon before falling twice to Beaver. (Courtesy photo)

Lady Bulldogs down Goodwell-Keyes; Hooker Jr. High wins

August 20, 2014

HOOKER — The Hooker Lady Bulldogs found its winning form again on Tuesday afternoon, downing Goodwell-Keyes 14-7 on a hot, blustery day at the Hooker HIgh School athletic complex.

See more in Wednesday's paper.

Fort Elliott hands Lady Tigers first loss

August 15, 2014

GUYMON — The Guymon Lady Tigers volleyball team seemed headed for their second straight win Thursday afternoon against Briscoe (Texas) Fort Elliott. The ladies showed some heart in the first game, rallying late to post a 25-20 win.

See full story in Friday's edition.

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