Classen SAS senior Jetta Smith became the first girls basketball player from the school to sign a National Letter of Intent on Friday, signing with Colby Community College (Kan.).
Smith, a 6-foot-1 center, averaged 10 points and 8.3 rebounds per game this season.
Classen had its most successful season in school history, advancing to the area tournament.
DEL CITY’S LAMB SIGNS WITH OCU WRESTLING
Del City 132-pound state champion Clayton Lamb signed last week to wrestle at Oklahoma City University.
Lamb went 33-7 while winning a Class 5A state title in his senior year and earning The Oklahoman’s second-team All-City honors. He was a two-time state placer for the Eagles and will represent the Large West this summer as the 132-pound All-State selection.
Lamb will join an OCU program entering its eighth year of existence competing at the NAIA level.
MUSTANG BASEBALL TO HONOR VETERANS
The Mustang baseball team will honor military veterans on Monday.
Military members past and present will receive special recognition at the Broncos Veterans Appreciation Day games against Choctaw, with first pitch scheduled for 4:30 p.m.
CO-OPS COLLIDE IN TOURNAMENT FINAL
In a crazy turn of events, five schools and seven towns were represented in the championship game of the Sayre baseball tournament Saturday due to schools forming co-ops.
The co-op of Cheyenne/Reydon-Arnett beat Hydro-Eakly-Arapaho-Butler 15-7 to win the championship.
This is the first season both co-ops have been formed.