High school notebook: Yukon to host underclassmen combine

By Scott Wright and Robert Przybylo, Staff Writers Published: May 25, 2011
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The Schuman National Underclassmen Combine will pass through the area this weekend with a stop at Yukon High School.

The NUC includes typical combine workouts, like the 40-yard dash, bench press, etc., as well as positional skill work and a showcase event for the top performers.

Combine training begins at 4 p.m. on Friday, followed by position skill training at 5:30 and a recruiting seminar at 7.

Combines begin at 8 a.m. Saturday morning, with the exception of next year's seniors. Their combine will start at 1 p.m.

Further information is available at www.nationalunderclassmen.com.

DANSBY ON THE ROAD BACK

Carl Albert quarterback Dillan Dansby was finding his groove last year when he tore his ACL in a Week 3 win against Duncan. Forced to sit out the rest of the year, Dansby had been eager to get back out on the field. He got that chance this week as the Titans practiced for three days, and Dansby said he felt fine.

“It was great to be back out there,” Dansby said. “This is where it starts. We have a lot of guys gone that were great leaders, and now we need to step into those roles.”

The biggest obstacle will be on the offensive line, and coach Gary Rose knows that. Rose said only one starter is returning from last year.

BROKEN ARROW RANKED NO. 1 NATIONALLY

The Broken Arrow baseball team, led by star Archie Bradley and spurred by beating Owasso in the Class 6A state championship game, has moved to the No. 1 national ranking by Rivals.com.The Tigers were No. 9 in the last ranking, while the Rams were No. 1. Owasso fell to No. 5.

Edmond Santa Fe was the only other Oklahoma team in the rankings at No. 90.

BIG ALL-CITY BASKETBALL GAME FRIDAY

Drew Smith and Chris Stevenson will get one last game on their home court when the Big All-City boys basketball game tips off Friday night at Del City.

Smith and Stevenson will be part of a strong East squad that includes five players who were in the Class 6A title game in Edmond Memorial's Obi Emegano and Jared Jobe, and the Midwest City trio of Greg Austin and twin brothers Cortrael and Cortrez Colbert.



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