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HOLDING ALOFT

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HOLDING ALOFT the Conoco-Phillips traveling trophy are members of the Ponca City Wildcats after defeating Bartlesville 10-7 in Bartlesville Thursday night. The trophy goes to the Bartlesville-Ponca City winner each year.

HOLDING ALOFT the Conoco-Phillips traveling trophy are members of the Ponca City Wildcats after defeating  Bartlesville 10-7 in Bartlesville Thursday night. The trophy goes to the Bartlesville-Ponca City winner each year.

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Even some supporters are disappointed that COVID-19 bout didn’t humble Trump

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When Jose Antonio Reyes Dupont died in early September after a three-week battle with COVID-19, his son wanted to send the $10,000 funeral bill to President Donald Trump. Reyes, 84, was a lifelong Republican and diehard Trump supporter who believed the president when he said early in the pandemic that the nation had the virus “totally under control” and that it was no worse than the flu.
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PCPS Announces Wildcat of the Week Steven Faulkner

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The Heather Cannon Wildcat of the Week for Week #4 for the 2020-2021 School Year is Po-Hi Senior, Steven Faulkner. Superintendent Shelley Arrott said, "The Wildcat of the Week for Week #4, Steven Faulkner, consistently represents every characteristic of the Wildcat Way. As a 4th year Varsity Wildcat Basketball Player, Steven has demonstrated to every Wildcat what it takes to improve your game. Without doubt, he knows that it takes a strong work ethic, competing attitude and teamwork, and he proves he is committed to being best each day. Steven comes to Robson every morning at 5:30 to practice so he can master his craft as an effective shooter. Those who have watched him play basketball know he can knock down a three pointer with a soft touch. His smooth, free-flowing shot was developed through many hours and repetitions of practice. Coach McFarlin says that even when Steven practices, he does so with a high level of competitiveness, which is a great model for younger Wildcats to aspire. He spends lots of time mentoring younger players because he knows teamwork makes the dreamwork! Steven is selfless when it comes to being a team leader and it shows as the Wildcats have continually improved their team game the last few years!"