GLENPOOL – Can fate be anymore cruel?
With an array of options on offense, the Oklahoma State football team was cruising toward the end zone early in the second quarter against Kansas State.
NORMAN — The Sooner offense coach Lincoln Riley previously claimed to be only “a tick off” is so challenged that on the day it scored the fewest points of the Riley era for a second straight week, managing 95 fewer yards than the week before, too, the correct takeaway is no longer about the horribleness of that offense, but about how Oklahoma’s won four straight games to begin the season despite it.
VERDIGRIS – A brutal front line shot to kill in powering Verdigris to a 3-0 home volleyball victory over Rejoice Christian on Thursday night.
VERDIGRIS – Dominating all three phases of the game is always the goal in football, and Verdigris did just that against outmanned Miami.
For AJ Streeter, the simple yet effective idiom of "keep your eye on the ball" yielded positive results.
Editor’s note: Volleyball matches are played to 25, but two Verdigris points went erroneously unrecorded in the third set, leading to an inaccurate official score of 25-20. The score in the story reflects every point registered in the set.
You’ve seen how Claremore, Verdigris and Sequoyah fared in their Week 1 matchups, now let’s take a look at some of the other teams in the Progress area.
NORMAN — Oklahoma entered Saturday’s contest against Tulane as a 31-point favorite, and looked well on their way to covering that spread after taking a 37-14 halftime lead.
SPERRY — The Verdigris Cardinals opened the football season with a 28-0 shutout victory over the Sperry Pirates Friday night at Herrington Field.
VERDIGRIS – Junior Deaken Abbott ran for 158 yards and scored five touchdowns in leading Claremore Christian to a 42-16 victory over Foyil in eight-man football Friday night at the Verdigris Junior High field.
Senior first baseman Julia Hoffman rapped two of Claremore’s seven hits, but Coweta used one big inning in rolling to an 8-2 Class 5A softball victory Thursday at Lady Zebra Field.
TULSA—A second Top 5 opponent of the week did not make matters any easier for the Claremore High School volleyball team Thursday night.
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