The Ponca City Lady Cats softball team held off a late charge by Stillwater this week to pull off a 6-5 victory at the West Middle School softball field. The Lady Cats let 6-3 going into the seventh inning.
Spencer Rattler is the next man up in the Oklahoma quarterback factory. Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley named Rattler the starter over Tanner Mordecai on Tuesday heading into the fifth-ranked Sooners’ opener Sept.
Watt’s Up? Tonight, take a tour through your house with all the lights out. See all those digital clocks and glowing red and green “eyes” staring back at you? That’s proof positive your household appliances are sucking energy and spending your money, even when you’re asleep.
Last week the Chicago Cubs set a record when each of the three outfielders hit two home runs in the same game. The trio, Jason Heyward, Ian Happ and Kyle Schwarber, solidified their place in the MLB record books with this hitting accomplishment.
CLAREMORE -- The Ponca City Wildcats 11th and 12th grade boys team won the title in last weekend’s Sequoyah Invitational Cross Country event. Meanwhile, the 9th and 10th grade boys team finished second.
HITTING THE ball back over the net is Ponca City’s Kaitlin Hagar (10) during a Thursday match between the Enid and Ponca City junior varsity volleyball teams. In matches at Robson Field House, Enid won the varsity contest in four sets, the Ponca City junior varsity won in three sets and the Enid ninth grade team won in three sets.
GOING TO the floor to make a return is Jocelyn Gonzalez of Ponca City during a Thursday match between the Enid and Ponca City junior varsity teams. Enid’s varsity defeated Ponca City in four sets, Ponca City’s junior varsity won in three sets and Enid won the ninth grade match in three sets. This photo was provided by Larry Williams.
A year removed from placing eighth at the NJCAA Division I National Cross Country Championship, the Cowley College women’s cross country team has its sights on a national title after making the move to NJCAA Division II competition.