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Game of life: Joey Fowler was a standout musician and football player

Former Westmoore standout played football at Texas Tech and Central Oklahoma, but was also an All-State saxophone player.
by Scott Munn Published: July 8, 2013

*Richard Henderson, 35, played football and wrestled in the 1990s at Hinton High School. ... Donovan Boutwell, 45, was an honorable mention All-State wrestler at 168 pounds for Kingfisher High School. He also played football for the Yellowjackets. ... Newcastle resident Bob Williamson, 84, coached youth sports. ... Emil Novak, 95, of Oklahoma City coached youth basketball and softball. Also coached the Baptist Temple softball team in the 1960s and 1970s. ... Oklahoma City native Julia Dorr Floyd, 73, was a cheerleader at Northwest Classen High School and the University of Oklahoma. ... Bonnie Hall Sudberry Jennings, 94, was the 1937 football homecoming queen at Checotah High School. ... James Chambers, 89, of Yukon was an avid golfer who shot a 72 at age 72. ... Vicky Jennings, 54, of Oklahoma City was a member of the Oklahoma State marching band. ... Robert Moore, 53, of Oklahoma City raced cars; a longtime member of the Sports Car Club of America. ... Edmond native Jordan Jarrell, 28, played basketball at St. John's Military School in Salina, Kan.

by Scott Munn
Sports Assistant Editor
Scott Munn joined The Oklahoman/Oklahoma City Times sports staffs in October 1982. He spent a year as a formcharter, three years on the desk and 16 as a reporter. Scott has spent the last nine years as an evening assistant sports editor. Scott's...
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Catching up with AD Franch

Former Oklahoma State goalkeeper AD Franch is faring well in the National Women's Soccer League. The All-American plays for the Western New York Flash, who selected Franch No. 1 in the 2013 NWSL Draft. The rookie is the league's No. 4-ranked stopper with a 6-3-5 record and .929 saves percentage. Franch has 61 saves and four shutouts.


The sports scene 10, 20 and 30 years ago Tuesday:


The New York Yankees were without their starting middle infield for a game against the Cleveland Indians. Derek Jeter and Alfonso Soriano were sidelined with hand injuries. They were hit with pitches the day before by Boston's Pedro Martinez. ... The NCAA denied an informal request by Kentucky for another year of eligibility for Sam Bowie. The 7-foot center had missed two seasons due to a stress fracture in his left shinbone.


Norman sprint car driver Bruce Jennings set a State Fair Speedway record by winning a sixth consecutive A feature. Jennings' standings lead ballooned to more than 600 points over brother Rickey Jennings, who was second in the championship hunt. ... Rafael Palmeiro had a two-run homer and collected four RBIs as Texas beat Toronto, 4-2. Palmeiro extended his hit streak to 11 games.


Kelvin Bryant's touchdown in overtime lifted the Philadelphia Stars to a 44-38 victory over the Chicago Blitz in a U.S. Football League semifinal. ... Mark Kerlin, Billy Sautter and Horst Fleps scored goals as the Oklahoma City Slickers beat the Detroit Express 3-1 in a soccer game before 4,331 fans in the Silverdome.


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