Sports

Thu
19
Oct

Hornets, Bulldogs preparing for war tonight in Depew

by J. D. Meisner

The 7-0 Depew Hornets will host their Route 66 rivals, the 7-0 Davenport Bulldogs tonight at the Hornet's Nest where Head Coach Neal Bacon is anticipating a recordsetting crowd.

“This should be a great game for the fans, between two teams that are evenly matched,” he said. “It will be a standing room only crowd and may be the highest attendance game in Depew history.”

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Thu
19
Oct

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation fishing report for Oct. 18

Hefner: Oct. 17. Elevation above normal, water 75 and clear. Crappie good on minnows and jigs along the dam. White bass and striped bass hybrids good on grubs, jigs and lipless baits along the dam and around points. Channel catfish fair on cut bait and live bait along the dam and docks.

Ft. Gibson: Oct. 12. Elevation above normal, water 74 and stained. Blue, channel and flathead catfish good on live shad and shad in the main lake and river channel. White bass slow on crankbaits and in-line spinnerbaits along flats, the main lake and points. Crappie fair on hair jigs, jigs and tube jigs at 5-15 ft. around docks, points and rocks.

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Tue
17
Oct

Hornets destroy Rockets 56-6

by J. D. Meisner

Although favored to win by just a few points, the Depew Hornets ignored the predictions and clobbered the formerly unbeaten Prue Rockets Friday with a 56-6 victory led by a stifling defensive effort and an overwhelming offensive charge led by junior quarterback Brody Parrick.

Parrick found some success in the air, completing three of four passes with one touchdown and no interceptions, but it was on the ground where Parrick and the Hornets gave Prue the what for.

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Tue
17
Oct

Pirates pluck Eagles, 36-12

by J. D. Meisner

Despite costly turnovers Friday, the Pirate football team came away with a 36-12 road win over the Morris Eagles and improved their record to 6-1 overall and 4-0 in District 3A-6.

“Morris was an ugly win but a win nonetheless,” said Pirate Head Coach Brett Jones. We had three turnovers which led to one of their touchdowns. We can't keep doing that and expect to be a successful team. When we weren't turning it over, we did really well offensively.”

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Tue
17
Oct

Pirate cross country runners qualify for state

by J. D. Meisner

Bristow's Ashley Watt took first place and was named overall female champion at the Tulsa Seven Conference high school cross country meet held earlier this month at O'Brien Park, in Tulsa.

Bristow boys cross country runner Jason Bigpond placed second at the same meet and Pirate runners Mitchell Thompson and Jacob Moore placed third and fourth, respectively.

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Fri
13
Oct

Lady Pirates named to all-conference team

Although the Lady Pirates are rebuilding under the leadership of first-year head coach Brittany Robison, three members of the team were recognized for their on-field performances.

Robison said conference coaches named junior catcher Ally Alcorn and junior shortstop Kylee Burns as all-conference players and gave honorable mention to sophomore centerfielder Mollee Mason.

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Fri
13
Oct

Depew Hornets face undefeated Prue tonight

The 6-0 Depew Hornet Football team will face their toughest challenge this season when they travel to Prue to take on the Rockets.

The Rockets are also undefeated this season and sit on a 7-0 record, which places them in the top spot in District B-7, just ahead of the Hornets.

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Tue
10
Oct

Hornets ruin Warriors 60-6

by J. D. Meisner

The Depew Hornets could do no wrong Friday, during their 60-6 homecoming rout of the Oaks Mission Warriors.

The Hornets set the tone immediately when sophomore speedster Gage Parrick took the rock 85 yards for a touchdown on the opening kick.

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Tue
10
Oct

Pirates take Keys, lock up Cougars 39-20

by J. D. Meisner

It was homecoming last week in Bristow, which meant the visiting undefeated Keys Cougars found themselves in hostile waters with a more raucous than usual hometown crowd rooting on their Pirates at Hafer Field.

The Pirates delivered – doling out the same kind of punishment they have been handing out all season and coming away with a 39-20 win over the Cougars.

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Thu
05
Oct

Depew Hornets host Oaks tonight

by J. D. Meisner

The unbeaten Depew Hornets (5-0), will take on the winless Oaks Mission Warriors (0-5) tonight in a non conference matchup in Depew.

Depew Head Football Coach Neal Bacon says that if his Hornets can keep pressure on the Oaks Mission Warriors' quarterback and contain him on the inside, his offense will take care of the rest.

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