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High school notebook: Southwest Air camp still going strong

BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND ROBERT PRZYBYLO Modified: June 30, 2011 at 5:30 pm •  Published: June 30, 2011

Mike Little might be gone, but his coaching legacy lives on in the Southwest Air quarterback-receiver camp he established in 1986.

Little and Jim Donnan, then the offensive coordinator at Oklahoma, started the camp, which will be held for the 26th year, and the first without Little, who died in January.

The youth camp will be held July 12-14 and the varsity camp is July 19-21 at Southern Nazarene University in Bethany, directed by Little's brother, Mark Little, and Rob Green, who coached under Mike Little at Putnam City West.

The camp costs $150 for high school players and $75 for middle school players. For more information, contact Mark Little at (405) 550-3507.


It won't just be a regular basketball combine Saturday at Douglass High. Though there will still be measurements and skill evaluations, it's going to get fun in the afternoon.

A top 20 game featuring the combine's standouts and notable players will also be played to conclude the day's activities, presented by Players scheduled to appear include Edmond Memorial's James and Jordan Woodard and Douglass star Stephen Clark, among others.

The combine will run from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Players can sign up at Registration is $40 in advance or $45 on Saturday.


The awards don't stop for Owasso's Dylan Bundy. The right-handed pitching star was named the All-USA Player of the Year by the USA Today on Wednesday.

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