Class 3A state champion Heritage Hall took home three of the four major District 3A-1 awards recently, with star Tevin McDaniel being named the MVP.
Coach Brett Bogert was named Coach of the Year and powerful running back Terrell Love was named the Offensive Player of the Year.
Cushing’s Levi Herren was named the Defensive Player of the Year.
KINGFISHER -- The Chisholm Trail Museum in Kingfisher will be hosting its annual Santas of the World event at the Seay Mansion, 605 Zellers Avenue, from 2 to 4 p.m. on Dec. 6.
The event is open to the public free of charge. There will live music performed by students from the Harding Fine Arts Academy in Oklahoma City along with live dulcimer music performed by Wayne Cantwell's Traditional Music of the Open Prairie.
The Santas of the World Group was started in 2005, as a program for the Oklahoma Historical Society. It consisted of seven people who researched stories about gift bringers from around the world in a historical context.
They now have 30 plus who participate in these events.
BY KYLE SCHWAB Staff Writer firstname.lastname@example.org | Published: Fri, Aug 14, 2015
Carla Jean Hill, 50, of Waukomis, a former nursing home caretaker in Hennessey, Oklahoma, was charged with one count of felony abuse by caretaker Thursday in Kingfisher County District Court. She is accused of abusing a 90-year-old resident.
The biggest question surrounding Heritage Hall is who will play quarterback.
Chargers coach Brett Bogert said he feels fortunate to have three options with senior Michael McMullen, junior Devin Crawford and sophomore Blake Adams.
“They’re all capable of playing it, which is good,” Bogert said. “It’s just hard to figure out that many reps in the short time we get, especially here because have to split practices.”
Bogert said Adams resembles the same athleticism former star Connor McGinnis featured. Crawford moved from Marlow in the offseason.
Bogert added that he hopes to have a starter named by the team’s scrimmage against Lincoln Christian, Cascia Hall and Locust Grove on Aug. 28.