Sports

Tue
20
Jun

Corn Bible Athletes Excel at All-Star Game

Football standouts from across the state gathered in Miami, Oklahoma last week for the Oklahoma 8-man All-Star game, and among them were Corn Bible Academy’s Spencer Boese and James Vercellotti.

In addition, cheerleaders from across the state were selected to be a part of the cheer squad for the All-Star game. CBA cheer captains Amy Freeman and Bailee Brown were both honored by being named to the elite cheer squad.

The football players first converged in Miami last Tuesday for their first day of practice together. The two teams each held a two-hour practice on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday before the game itself took place on Saturday night.

 

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Tue
06
Jun

Knighten's HR in 17th Lifts Oklahoma Past Florida in Game 1

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Shay Knighten didn't let Oklahoma waste any more opportunities.

Her three-run homer off Kelly Barnhill in the top of the 17th inning gave the Sooners a 7-5 victory over Florida in Game 1 of the championship series on Monday night.

 

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Tue
06
Jun

Panthers Coach Says Cam Newton to Begin Throwing Next Week

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Cam Newton is almost ready to get back to work.

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said the six-year NFL veteran quarterback is ahead of schedule in his rehab from shoulder surgery and is expected to begin throwing next week at minicamp.

 

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Tue
23
May

Special Olympics

Hinton’s Briana Neis performing in the softball toss at the Special Olympics in Edmond on Wednesday, May 17.

 

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Tue
23
May

Baseball

Hinton Senior Dawson McLemore playing in the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association All- Star Baseball Game at Raider Park on Wednesday, May 17,

 

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Wed
17
May

All 13 SEC Softball Programs Earn NCAA Tournament Berths

KNOXVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The national championship hopes of every softball team in the Southeastern Conference remain very much alive heading into the NCAA Tournament.

All 13 SEC programs earned NCAA berths, a list headed by No. 1 overall seed Florida as it chases its third national title in four seasons.

"It just says a lot for the SEC, and I think it speaks to how the SEC approaches all their sports," Tennessee cohead coach Karen Weekly said. "The SEC expects to be great in everything they do, and they expect all their institutions to field competitive teams.

 

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Wed
17
May

Middle School Track Team Ends 2017 Season

By Chad Waters

Both the Hinton Comet 5th and 6th Grade Boys and Girls teams headed to Carnegie on May, 4, for its final track and field meet of the 2017 season.

Both teams competed against six other schools at the meet with the 5th and 6th grade girls team taking home a first-place trophy. The boys 5th and 6th grade teams finished as runner ups and 3rd place, as several Hinton boys and girls took home top-6 medals.

 

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Tue
09
May

New High School Wrestling Rules

The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) Wrestling Committee announced 11 new rule changes for high school wrestling on Tuesday, May 2.

This announcement came a year after the national leadership organization committee, based in Indianapolis, made six rule changes as officials are still searching for ways to make the sport safer and more appealing to the younger generation.

The most recognizable rule change will be with the wrestler’s uniform.

 

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Tue
02
May

Softball Season Ends at Regionals in Tushka

After winning its seventhstraight district championship last week, the Hinton Comets Slow-Pitch team made the three-hour trek to Tushka on Thursday, April 27, for its Regional Tournament.

The Lady Comets (18-18) were joined by the No. 1 team in Class 3A, Tushka (27-8), the No. 6 team, Ft. Towson (27-11), and the No. 16 team, Amber-Pocasset (10-8), as Hinton faced two of those teams at this year’s regionals.

Game 1: Hinton vs. Ft. Towson

In a low-scoring affair, the Lady Comets fell to Ft. Towson, 2-0, in the second game of the Regional Tournament, giving Hinton its second shutout loss of the season.

Both teams combined for nine hits, with five innings ending in three-straight outs for both teams.

Ft. Towson took advantage of a single led by a double in the 3rd inning to score its first run, eventually scoring its second run off an error in the bottom of the 6th.

 

Tue
02
May

Baseball Season Ends at Regional Tournament

After advancing past the District Tournament for the first time since 2012, the Hinton Comets baseball team headed to Fletcher for their Regional Tournament on Thursday, April 27.

The Hinton Comets (15- 13) were joined by three teams at their Regional Tournament, host team Fletcher (No. 8 in Class A), Amber-Pocasset (No. 9 in Class A), and Sterling.

Game 1: Hinton vs. Fletcher on Thursday, April 27

Both teams were strong on the mound, giving up a combined eight hits in the firstround game. However, two of the Comets three errors, which came in the 2nd inning, would end up costing Hinton in its 3-1 loss to Fletcher.

 

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