Being a player in the World Cup comes with a busy schedule.
Courtney Dike can attest.
The Edmond North alum and Oklahoma State standout traded emails with me a couple of times Monday. I was working on a column about Lisa Miley, the woman who first coached Dike and had to convince her parents to let her play soccer. I wanted to see if Dike would answer some questions about the road that led her to be part of the Nigerian national team, and she agreed that she would.
But around 10:45 Monday evening, she emailed to say that she was in a team meeting that never seemed to end.
A couple hours later -- and well past our deadline -- she emailed again to say that the team went from practice into a
BY JENNI CARLSON Columnist firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Mon, Jun 15, 2015
After all, without Lisa Miley, Dike might not be where she is today. The standout high school career at Edmond North? The college scholarship to Oklahoma State, where she has two years remaining? The selection to the Nigerian national team and her first international cap last Friday against Sweden?
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Mar 24, 2015
Austin Eckroat wasn’t even in kindergarten yet the last time Edmond North didn’t win the Class 6A boys golf championship. Tyson Reeder was just a first-grader. And they don’t want to see that reign end on their watch.
The father of a 15-year-old freshman at Edmond North High School has written an open letter to the former student police allege to have threatened mass casualties at the school, Today.com reports.
A spokeswoman for the Edmond police department said Friday that bomb-making materials were found during a search of the former Edmond student's home.
You can read Charles Martin's letter here.