Deer Creek is recognizing all active and former members of the military, along with federal, state and local police, fire and EMT departments with free admission during Saturday's four basketball games at the Deer Creek Performing Arts and Athletic Center.
To gain free admission, each person will be required to show their official ID.
Games begin at noon with McGuinness' girls team taking on Piedmont. The two schools will follow with the boys game at 1:30.
Deer Creek's girls team will play Mount St. Mary at 3 p.m. in a battle of top-five teams in Class 5A and 4A, with the boys following at 4:30 p.m.
NORMAN'S HOCKETT COMMITS TO OSU
Norman High senior kicker/punter Matt Hockett recently verbally committed to Oklahoma State, according to Norman High coach Greg Nation.
Nation said Hockett has committed as a preferred walk-on and his 4.0 GPA will likely land him an academic scholarship at OSU.
Hockett averaged 43 yards on 44 punts this season and registered 38 touchbacks with his 45 kickoffs. He was 7 of 12 on field-goal attempts with a long of 46 yards.
FORMER MWC PLAYER COMMITS TO KANSAS
Former Midwest City standout Ronnie Davis of Northeastern Oklahoma A&M has verbally committed to Kansas, according to the Midwest City coaching staff.
Davis, who played a variety of positions at Midwest City, has been a cornerback at NEO. The 6-foot-1, 170-pound Davis is part of a large class of players at NEO receiving Division I interest.
KELLEY'S GANDALL WINS GATORADE AWARD
Tulsa Kelley outside hitter Josie Gandall was named the Gatorade Oklahoma Volleyball Player of the Year, the organization announced.
The 6-foot senior recorded 465 kills, 345 digs, 67 service aces and 42 blocks while compiling a kill percentage of .476 as the Comets reached the Class 6A semifinals.
Gandall was also named an honorable mention Under Armour All-American.
DUNCAN SOFTBALL COACH HOSPITALIZED
Duncan softball coach Robert Cowan is in stable condition following a heart attack over the weekend, the Duncan Banner reports.
Cowan told the paper he hopes to be released from Oklahoma City's Integris Baptist Medical Center later this week after undergoing further tests.
He also told the Duncan Banner that the trouble stemmed from a stent placed 10 years ago.