Yukon's Lane Wallace shot 69-75 to win the boys 12-14 age group by two shots.
STILLWATER'S WICKLINE HEALTHY, READY TO GO
Stillwater senior offensive lineman Kelby Wickline didn't think he could play this season.
Wickline, the son of Oklahoma State offensive line coach Joe Wickline, had been dealing with an elbow impingement for the better part of nine months. But he rehabbed successfully over the summer in Dallas.
“My elbow was great, and I gained some weight so I was like why not just give it one more try and play with my team one more time,” said Wickline, who added 30 pounds to his 6-foot-4 frame.
Wickline returning gives Stillwater depth up front to allow younger players more time to develop.
“We were so thin on the offensive line and the defensive line,” Stillwater coach Tucker Barnard said. “We had some of those kids we were training both ways, and we're still training them both ways, but it just gives us an opportunity to add some depth.
“He makes us a lot better on the offensive line immediately.”
Wickline is already receiving interest from Arkansas State, Houston, Louisiana Tech and North Texas.
LAWTON IKE SPUTTERS OFFENSIVELY
After running the spread-option offense for multiple years, Lawton Eisenhower coach Boone Copeland felt it was time to change the offense this season based on personnel.
Quarterback Bentley Bross is back, but the players around him work well in the traditional spread offense.
But the new look didn't bode well to start Thursday's scrimmage against Westmoore with the Eagles failing to score early and falling behind four touchdowns.
“It's so different than what we've been doing,” Copeland said. “We're trying to speed the pace up, and that's all fine and good until you don't make first downs and you're putting the defense back up there.”
Lawton Ike ended up losing the half-game scrimmage, 28-13.
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