Oklahoma scene: Barons' Mark Arcobello likely out for rest of regular season

The Barons’ big-time scorer is out with a shoulder injury, although he could return if Oklahoma City qualifies for the American Hockey League playoffs. The Edmonton Oilers recalled Barons forward Will Acton on Monday to replace injured Luke Gazdic.
From Staff Reports Published: March 31, 2014
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Annie Combs of Oklahoma Baptist University was chosen as Sooner Athletic Conference Softball Player of the Week. The freshman from Tuttle was 11 of 18 at the plate, including six doubles and two homers. Combs also scored eight times and drove in nine....The SAC picked Kelcie Wolf of Mid-America Christian as Pitcher of the Week. The Blanchard product threw 182/3 scoreless innings with 21 strikeouts and three walks as the Evangels won two games.

•Oklahoma Baptist teammates Stacy Warrior and Paige Kannady were named SAC Women’s Track and Field Athletes of the Week. Warrior, a former Wewoka standout, won the 400 in an NAIA-best 55.49 seconds at the OBU Open. She was also on the 4x400 relay, which won in 3:51.14....Kannady, a junior from Kingfisher, was second in the discus at 44.97 meters.

•OBU also had the top-two Sooner Conference athletes for men’s track. Former Star Spencer standout Kenneth Combs posted the best NAIA times in the 100 (10.38 seconds) and 200 meters (20.93 seconds)....Sophomore Jordan Patterson won the long jump at the OBU Open with a B qualifying standard of 7.08 meters.

James Marchesani of Oklahoma City U. was picked SAC Men’s Golfer of the Week. The senior shot rounds of 70, 70 and 69 to place second individually and lead the Stars to the Battle At Primm team championship.

Robert Santana of Mid-America Christian was chosen as SAC Baseball Pitcher of the Week, and teammate Ryan Moseley was the Player of the Week. Santana matched a career high with 16 strikeouts in a 6-1, one-hit win over St. Gregory’s....Moseley, a freshman from Claremore, had six RBIs in a victory over McPherson (Kan.).

Sabrina Attaway of Oklahoma Baptist was named Defensive Player of the Week by the National Women’s Lacrosse League. The sophomore goaltender made 14 saves and five ground balls in a 12-11 win over the University of Dallas.