Mustang makes it 10-for-10With a pair of tournament victories this week, the Mustang girls golf team has recorded the top score at all 10 tournaments (nine outright and one tie) it has played this season. The Broncos won the Metro Conference and west regional tournaments on Monday and Tuesday, respectively.
Senior Karson Bizzell earned medalist honors with a 75 in the conference tournament at Fairfax Golf Club in Edmond, becoming the third Mustang player to win a tournament this year, along with sophomores June Tigert and Charter Lawson. "The girls have had a great season and accomplished a lot,” coach Rodney Henning said. "We have one more goal to reach and that is winning a state championship next week. We know it will be tough but feel if we play well, we have as good a chance as anyone.” The Class 6A girls state tournament is May 5-6 at the Oaks Country Club in Tulsa.
Foster going back to footballFormer Guthrie star Donte’ Foster has decided to make a switch again. About 10 months after deciding to forego walking on to Oklahoma State’s football team in favor of playing basketball at Seminole State, Foster is heading back to football. Foster signed earlier this week with Ohio, where he’ll have four years of eligibility with Frank Solich’s team. "On the field, Donte’ will be a big addition to our wide receiver corps and he’s also proven to be an exemplary individual off the field as well,” Solich said in a release. "We’re very excited to have Donte’ in Athens and we think he has a tremendous future here.” Foster was all-state in both football and basketball at Guthrie, racking up 80 catches for 1,408 yards and 25 touchdowns during his last two seasons with the Bluejays. He gained national recognition after hitting a shot in the Carl Albert tournament as a senior that made its way to ESPN. At Seminole, Foster averaged 12.8 points, 7.8 rebounds, 2.1 steals and 1.8 assists, helping the Trojans to the Region II finals.
Huskies take another crownThe Bishop McGuinness girls tennis team swept the field Tuesday, and the Edmond North boys returned the favor Wednesday, winning all the titles at the Bishop McGuinness Tournament. The Huskies showed they are ready for state, winning two of the titles in super tie-breakers. No. 1 singles player Nick Jordan beat Deer Creek’s Jordan Phillips, while the No. 1 doubles team of Baylor Spring and Nate Roper edged out the Irish duo of Jonathan Kraft and John Byrne.