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Guymon 8th graders continue play at Hooker Tournament Thursday

November 20, 2014

Courtney Fox dribble drives around a Hooker defender in 8th grade basketball action last week. The Lady Tiger 8th graders play Thursday at the Hooker Tournament.

Texhoma travels to No. 3 Apache to open playoffs

November 13, 2014

TEXHOMA — The Texhoma Red Devils are in a familiar spot: the only Texas County football team in the post-season. The Red Devils are in by virtue of a 12-7 win over Hooker last week, earning them the fourth and final playoff spot out of District A-1.

Their reward is a trip to Apache to take on the third-ranked Warriors, champions of District A-2.

See full story in Thursday's edition.

Texhoma takes final playoff spot with 12-7 win over Hooker

November 8, 2014

TEXHOMA — With their backs against the wall and the season on the line, the Texhoma Red Devils responded.

Texhoma captured the fourth and final spot on the Class A playoffs with a 12-7 win over Hooker, Friday night in the regular-season finale at Wheatbowl Stadium.

The game was dominated by missed opportunities for both teams, but moreso for the Bulldogs.

See the weekend paper for more.

Guymon, Goodwell, Turpin boys hoops teams scrimmage Thursday afternoon

November 6, 2014

Head over to Guymon High School today to get a preview of the Guymon, Goodwell and Turpin boys basketball teams as they scrimmage beginning at 4:30.

Battle of quarterbacks Friday as Hooker visits Texhoma with the playoffs on the line

November 6, 2014

The Texhoma-Hooker football tivalry has a new dimension this season — a chance for the winner to capture the fourth and final playoff spot in District A-1. The top three spots are secured — Thomas, Fairview and Mooreland — which leaves Texhoma, Hooker and Beaver all 3-3 in district.
The Dusters finish off against Mooreland.

The game Friday at Wheatbowl Stadium will feature two teams that like to establish the pass, with Texhoma’s Nathan Knitg and Hooker’s Dayton Metcalf calling the signals.

Guymon boys third, girls fifth at state CC meet

November 2, 2014

EDMOND — The Guymon boys cross country team was led by a 12th place finish by Derek Portillo and captured third in the state at the Class 5A state meet Saturday at Santa Fe High School. Deer Creek-Edmond swept both the boys and girls team championships as Bryce Balenseifen won individual gold with a time of 15:19, 24 seconds ahead of second place Mason Bivens of Duncan.

See full story in Monday's issue.

Piedmont hands Guymon 37-6 loss

November 1, 2014

GUYMON — The Piedmont Wildcats converted seven Guymon turnovers into 21 points and picked up a key 37-6 District 5A-2 win over the Tigers, Friday night at Carl & Lou McKinnon Field.

The Wildcats (3-6 overall, 3-3 district) effectively shut down Guymon’s running game, holding the Tigers (1-8, 1-5) to minus-23 yards on 22 rushing plays.

See full story in the weekend paper.

Friday Night Recap: Texhoma win over Fairview heats up District A-1 playoff race; Guymon running game strong in loss; Hooker offense shines

October 27, 2014

Texhoma’s 27-26 come-from-behind win in Fairview not only gave Thomas-Fay-Custer sole possession of first place in the District A-1 standings, it created a 3-way race for third between Texhoma, Hooker and Mooreland.
And if Hooker can knock off Fairview at home this week, and Texhoma can take care of Mooreland on the road, the Red Devils, Bulldogs and Fairview would be tied for second heading into the final week of the season Nov. 7th.

See full story in Monday's issue.

Tigers second, Lady Tigers third in regional meet

October 27, 2014

NORMAN — The Guymon Cross Country teams are headed to state after strong finishes Saturday at the 5A West Regional.

The Guymon boys finished second in the region, while the Lady Tigers placed third.

See more in Monday's issue.

Bulldogs repeat as state champion; Lady Dogs 2nd

October 27, 2014

SHAWNEE, Okla. — Hooker High School head cross country coach Stan Katchel didn’t know he had won his second straight state cross country championship until a reporter from FOX Sports Oklahoma pulled him aside for an interview.

The coach was rightfully concerned about one of his runners who had collapsed at the finish line and needed medical attention.
The runner, Junior Amador, will be OK, and today, the Hooker Bulldogs celebrate a dominating performance for their second consecutive state championship.

Hooker’s 1-2 punch also produced a state runner-up finish for the Lady Bulldogs.


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