Farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience:
*Colby Sartin, 33, of Oklahoma City helped Heritage Hall High School take the boys state tennis championship in 1998, while also winning the No. 2 doubles title. He was on The Oklahoman's All-City team and Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State squad. The University of Oklahoma graduate, who had degrees in accounting and marketing, liked to golf on the side.
*Marvin Hamilton, 80, was a basketball, track and football coach at several Oklahoma schools, including Terrell, Davenport, Randlett, Healdton, Cache, Lone Grove and his alma mater, Tishomingo. A family obituary said the Southeastern Oklahoma State alum kept in touch with many of his former athletes throughout his life.
*Dr. Susan Kennedy won the Oklahoma State Junior Golf Championship in 1964 and 1965. Qualified for the USGA Women's Amateur in '64 and 1984. The Muskogee High graduate was inducted into the school's athletic hall of fame. The dermatologist, who was born in Oklahoma City, was a Tucson, Ariz., resident at the time of death at age 65.
*Maysville resident Tommy Stephens III died at age 45. Stephens was a bull-rider since high school. He raised greyhounds and bucking bulls. One of Stevens' bulls, Tommy Boy, was among the livestock in a recent PBR event.
*Jay Ford, 79, of Bartlesville was a competitive shooter who hand made his rifles.
*Stonewall native Benny Sharp was a state runner-up wrestler in 1953 for Classen High School. The award-winning engineer for Lucent Technologies died at age 78 after a short battle with cancer.