You can now have more than one favorite in the NewsOK Varsity Stats app. Multiple favorites gives you quick and easy access to all of your favorite Football teams.
Clicking on the "Make Favorite" button at the top of any team page will add that team to your list of favorites.
Once you have chosen at least one favorite (or if you already had a favorite), you will have a new menu option "My Team". This menu will give you quick access to all of your favorite teams.
There is also a new "My Teams Page", in the "My Teams" menu, click the option "My Teams (Favorites) Page", this will take you to the "My Teams" page where yoy can get a quick overview of your teams. Clicking on any of the teams listed here will take you to that teams page.
On the new "My Teams Page", click the "Edit My Teams" button. You can delete any of the teams you no longer want to keep as a favorite.
Note: To add a new team, click the "Make Favorite" on the team page.
Wallace suffered a knee injury in last week’s game against Dallas Greenhill. MRI results remain unknown.
High school notebook: Casady quarterback T'Quan Wallace is out this week
By Jacob Unruh | Oct 8, 2014
Casady quarterback T’Quan Wallace’s future remains up in the air after suffering a knee injury last week in the Cyclones’ 36-8 win over Dallas Greenhill.
But it is certain that he will miss this week’s game against Forth Worth Country Day.
“We’re still waiting on MRI results,” Casady coach Koby Scoville said, “but he’s definitely out this week.”
Casady will turn to senior receiver Colin Morris and sophomore Dillon Rhodes during Wallace’s absence. Morris guided the Cyclones last week following Wallace’s injury.
A week to prepare as the starter should only help him improve.
“Doesn’t’ change much,” Scoville said. “Colin’s a good athlete and he can handle it. We’re just coaching him up. We need all the kids to step up.”
OSSAA MAKES DONATION TO SPECIAL OLYMPICS
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association officially formed a partnership with Special Olympics Oklahoma last month and then made a $2,500 donation to the organization during Wednesday’s board of directors meeting.
The OSSAA plans to donate leftover equipment following each season to Special Olympics.
Also, the OSSAA will host a unified volleyball match of Special Olympics athletes and able-bodied athletes before Saturday’s Class 3A and Class 4A championship matches at Westmoore High School. The match will feature two teams from Yukon.
REPORT: HOLLIS ATHLETE, TEAMMATE’S PARENT GET IN ALTERCATION
A practice late last month turned ugly for Hollis when senior quarterback Khalil Johnson was attacked by a parent of a teammate during practice, KSWO-TV in Lawton reports.
Johnson, 19, allegedly approached the parent’s vehicle during a water break after hearing rumors the parent called him by a derogatory term. The news station reports that witnesses saw the parent get out of his vehicle, grab Johnson by his shoulder pads and neck when Johnson attempted to defend himself. The report says another teammate stepped in and pushed the parent to the ground.
No charges have been filed by the district attorney’s office in Harmon County. The school has since banned the parent from school property, including home football games. The parent plans to appeal the school’s ban Thursday morning to the Hollis Board of Education.
Hollis won the Class A state championship last season and is 5-0 this season.