Sports

Tue
23
May

Drivers from across the region find their way to Creek County Speedway

By J. D. Meisner

Racing action will be fast and furious as drivers from across the region come to play in the dirt at the Creek County Speedway this Friday and Saturday. On Friday, May 26, racers will be looking to finish strong during the Randy Wheeler Memorial, part of the fast-five series and a popular doublepoint night for drivers.

According to speedway General Manager Steve Gran, this will be the fifth annual Randy Wheeler Memorial race, in honor of one of the track's four-wheeler riders, Randy Wheeler.

 

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Thu
18
May

Kind of a big deal

The Tulsa 7 Conference traveling trophy will make its home at Bristow High School for the next school year. This is the seventh year for the traveling trophy and the first year Bristow has won it. Points are given to the teams within the conference for sports and academic performance, excluding football. Bristow tied with Cushing with 76 total points. The tie breaker was determined by the number of points in boys and girls track. Bristow was first in both areas.

Teams within the conference are Berryhill, Cleveland, Cushing, Mannford, Perkins and Bristow. Pictured with the trophy are Bristow High School coaches. Back row from left, Scott Hall, Ray Tankersley, Matt Morgan and Brett Jones and front row from left, Shannon Hilburn, Howard Moore and Will Evans.

 

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Tue
16
May

Wildflower Run / Tabouleh Fest 2017

308 runners participated in the 30th annual Wildflower 5K Run Saturday through the streets of Bristow

 

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Thu
11
May

Hopkins, Brown play in state tennis meet

By J. D. Meisner

Lady Pirate Head Tennis Coach Ray Tankersley couldn't be happier with the efforts of his two singles players this season.

Senior Jayden Hopkins, who has only been playing for two years, made it to state competition in 1-singles and finished in the top 12.

Hopkins lost her first match to Caroly Jarrett from Harding Prep 0-6, 0-6. Jarrett went on to take the third spot overall.

 

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Wed
10
May

Olive golfers qualify for state tournaments

by J. D. Meisner

The Olive High School girls golf team finished 9th overall after two days of competition at the Class 2A state golf tournament at the Aqua Canyon Golf course in Guthrie last week.

Heidi Hanks shot a 101 Wednesday and a 99 on Thursday for a total of 200 and a 28th individual ranking among the top 76 golfers in class 2A.

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Wed
10
May

Creek County Speedway results for Friday, May 5

Junior Sprints
A Feature 1 (15 Laps):
1. 12G-Joshua Gentry [7]
2. 52-Hayden Mabe [5]
3. 73-Jase Mosley [6]
4. 23-Journey Hunt [1]
5. 70G-Gavin Tipton [8]
6. 00-Parker Scheulen [3]

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Wed
10
May

Pirate track takes state runner-up trophy

by J. D. Meisner

The Bristow High School boys track team were runners up at the Class 3A state track finals this past weekend in Catoosa.

The Pirates posted strong finishes in more than half the events and six individual team members qualified to compete in the Meet of Champions.

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Wed
10
May

Bristow Pirate soccer team sqaures off against Victory Christian

by J. D. Meisner

In late April, the 5-1 Bristow Pirate Soccer team squared off with the 5-1 Victory Christian Conquerors to determine who would claim the third spot in District 4A- 5 and it turned out to be a war. Bristow Pirates boys’ soccer would not be conquered this day by Victory Christian. The Pirates and Conquerors of Victory Christian went head to head to fight for the third place in the district, and it was everything expected when two talented teams meet.

The first half saw many opportunities for the Pirates as Grant Mahaney, Connor Corwin, Zach Gaskins, Christian Sourjohn, and Jacob Spyres all had shots on goal that would not find the back the net. The defense line of Gaskins, C. J. Smith, Kyle Roenner, and Kagen Webb and the goal keeper, T. J. Evans foiled every scoring opportunity taken by the Conquerors and the game remained scoreless at the half.

Wed
10
May

May 15 is last day to apply for Oklahoma controlled hunts

Monday, May 15 is the last day applications can be submitted for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation's popular Controlled Hunts program.

For $5, sportsmen can put their name in the running for this special slate of uniqueto- Oklahoma draw hunts for deer, elk, antelope and turkey. Some of the available hunts are once-in-a-lifetime opportunities. Others include hunts on Department or other government- owned or managed lands where unrestricted hunting would pose safety concerns or where overharvest might occur.

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Thu
04
May

Hornet season ends

by J. D. Meisner

The Depew Hornet baseball team's run at a state playoff appearance was cut short at regional competition by a tough Union City Tigers squad.

April 27

Depew 19 Okarche 9

The Hornets got off to a strong start at regionals last Thursday with a 19-9 win over the Okarche Warriors, thanks in part to junior Steve Quinones, who drove in four runners with a double in the first, a single in the fourth, and a home run in the seventh.

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