Sports

Tue
15
Apr

Cordell Soccer Celebrates Senior Night

Cordell’s senior soccer players played their last two games in Cordell this past week, losing to Elk City and Weatherford. They ended their week, though, with a win over Madill’s JV team. Tuesday, April 8, saw the Lady Blue Devils fall to Elk City 7-1, despite a strong first-half performance. McCrea Courtney scored the Lady Blue Devils’ only goal.
 
Tue
15
Apr

Isbell Highlights Strong Showing For Cordell Track

Competing against over 40 schools and over 900 athletes at Okeene, the Cordell track and field team put up a strong performance and even netted a pair of medals. Two girls brought home medals, led by Kylee Isbell’s second-place performance in the 100-meter dash, which had over 70 competing in the event.
 
Tue
15
Apr

Relay For Life Softball Tournament Was Big Success

It was a great day for softball Saturday, April 12, at the Gregory Ball Park in Cordell! The Washita County Relay For Life softball tournament was a huge success, and we want to extend our appreciation to everyone who helped to make it successful! We had 12 teams and used two fields with a total of 22 games! We had teams from Cordell, Bessie, Colony, Clinton, Arapaho, Mountain View and Burns Flat!
 
Tue
08
Apr

Honors keep coming for the Cordell Lady Blue Devil Basketball team

Honors keep coming for the Cordell Lady Blue Devil Basketball team, this time for Coach Jana Rogers who has been named the 2014 Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association West Coach of the Year. Darcie (Dick) Fuller was named West Assistant Coach of the Year.
 
Tue
08
Apr

Cordell Baseball Improves Record At Am-Po Classic

Despite participating in a tournament selected specifically for the difficult schedule, the Cordell Blue Devil baseball team managed to improve to 7-4 as of April 6, 2014. Monday, March 31, saw the Blue Devils travel to Hollis, where their bats exploded in a 15-1 win. Retsyn Ootton hit a home run with three RBIs, while Micah Waters contributed three RBIs and Bryce Waldrop contributed two. Others to bat in runs were Preston Switzer and Alec Pankhurst.
 
Tue
08
Apr

Cordell Track Races At First Meet

Fierce competition and first meet jitters did not keep the Cordell track and field teams from competing well at Cache Friday, April 4. Kylee Isbell was the top individual finisher for Cordell, taking 11th in the 400 meter run with a time of 67.46 seconds. Isbell also finished 15th in the 200 meter dash with a time of 28.6 seconds. Other top finishers for the Lady Blue Devils were Addison Kliewer, who finished 20th in the 400 meter, and the 1,600 meter relay team, which finished fourth.
 
Tue
01
Apr

Gabbie Parsons was named District Co-MVP

Gabbie Parsons was named District Co-MVP and was named to the All-State Basketball Team. She was one of seven Cordell athletes to earn individual honors.
 
Tue
01
Apr

Cordell Baseball Takes Second Place At Shortgrass Tournament

With only five days of practice before opening day, the Cordell Blue Devils began their season with a game against one of the top-ranked teams in the state. Though they lost their opening game, the trial by fire proved useful for the Blue Devils, who possess a record of four and two after one week. In a difficult situation, the Blue Devils just did not look ready to take on the thirteenth-ranked team in the state on opening day, as they lost to Mangum 9-0 Monday, March 24.
 
Tue
01
Apr

Parsons Named To All-State Team

After a wildly successful season, the awards continue to pile up for the Cordell Lady Blue Devils, as Gabbie Parsons was named to the All-State team, Parsons, Sydnee Sealey and Morgen Price were named to the All-Region team, and Parsons, Sealey, Price, Cherokee Mitchell and Lauren Russ were named All-District. Parsons was also named co-MVP of the district. Parsons, who was earlier named to the Daily Oklahoman’s All-State Tournament team, was the offensive catalyst for the Lady Blue Devils throughout the season, regularly leading the team in points. Her ability to score from anywhere on the floor was crucial for the Lady Blue Devils in the playoffs, when transition buckets were less common. She also provided solid defense, rebounding and ball-handling.
 
Tue
25
Mar

Craig Villarreal signs to play football at Briar Cliff University

Burns Flat Dill City football player Craig Villarreal (first row, center) signs his letter of intent to play football at Briar Cliff University. He will play offensive guard for the Chargers.Seated with Craig are his parents Rod and Paula. Standing are, from the left: Patrick Bronn, former Burns Flat-Dill City Coach; Scott Renken, current Burns Flat-Dill City Coach; Scott O’Hara, Burns Flat-Dill City Coach in 2012; and Morgan Villarreal, Craig’s sister.

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