Sports

Tue
25
Sep
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Blue Devil Football Falls To Merritt

Homecoming Frid y w s   w shout for Cordell  s r in c nceled the  nnu l p r de  nd   big, experienced Merritt te m h nded the Blue Devils   28 to 0 loss on the field. “We  re struggling,” s id Cordell He d Footb ll co ch Dustin Be sley.

“We  re   young te m but  re working h rd, go out  nd prep re every week,  nd  re showing improvement.” Be sley s id the Merritt te m is one of the best te ms in the district  nd it showed Frid y night. “We ch nged our offense up to t ke  dv nt ge of our personnel  nd went to the wishbone,” he expl ined. “I felt like th t would give us the best shot  t   win.” Be sley s id the te m h s only four returning seniors,  nd the l ck of experience in some key positions shows.

“We  re st rting six sophomores,” he noted, “ nd we just don’t h ve enough experience to  void some ment l mist kes.”

 

Tue
18
Sep
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Blue Devils Routed at Thomas

The Cordell Blue Devils traveled to Thomas to take on the Terriers in their last non-district game Friday night.

Thomas came out strong, racking up 26 points in the first quarter on their way to a 40-6 victory over the Blue Devils. Cordell struggled early offensively with senior Drayton Maddox assuming the quarterback position and sophomore Dane Corbin moving into the backfield at running back.

The Blue Devils turned the ball over twice in the opening quarter, leaving a short field for the more experienced Terrier offense. Thomas capitalized on the Blue Devils’ missteps to score on runs of 8, 10, and 9 yards. The Terriers rounded out the first quarter scoring with a 58 yard pass to bring the score to 26-0 at the end of the quarter. In the second period. the Blue Devils began to adjust and moved the ball in the run game.

The Thomas defense, however, would not allow them to cross the goal line in the half.

 

 

Tue
18
Sep
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CBA 7th Graders Spend “Service Day” in Cordell

Last Friday, Corn Bible Academy students spent their “service day” working in several nearby communities. The seventh-graders were assigned to Cordell where some helped at the Judah house while others picked up trash around the courthouse and at the park.

Since that job didn’t take long, they asked if they could work on the post office lawn, weeding and raking, a job that kept them busy for the rest of the school day. Several citizens of Cordell dropped by to encourage them, even bringing equipment and drinks. It was a warm day, but a beautiful one, and the students enjoyed doing something for the town

 

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Tue
11
Sep
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CBA Volleyball team takes the Silver Bracket at Chickasha Tournament

Pictured (l to r): Coach Erin Basinger, Jenna Nelson, Kimberly Javorsky, Abigayle Reimer, Sofia Schmidt, Kennedy Listak, Kaysa Carpenter, Coach Emily Dick, Brooklen Roberts, Katelyn Gossen

 

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Tue
04
Sep
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Blue Devils Fall Short In Home Debut

The Blue Devils came up short again this week in another grinding matchup against the Okeene Whippets. The boys fought hard before the home crowd, but a few crucial mistakes from the Devils and clutch plays by Okeene proved to be the difference. Head coach Dustin Beasley noted,

“We really played hard but a few mistakes at inopportune times cost us the game.” Beasley continued, “I am really proud of the kids. They continue to improve each week.” Okeene would draw first blood, scoring on 4th and goal after a sustained drive in the first quarter. After a successful extra point the score was 0-7.

 

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Tue
28
Aug
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Cordell Drops Season Opener at Mooreland

The Cordell Blue Devils fell 6-8 to Mooreland Friday night in the season opener. The game was a grinding brawl filled with turnovers and missteps on both sides. In the end the difference in the score would be a Blue Devil error turned into a safety for the Bearcats.

Coach Dustin Beasley had mixed feelings on the performance. “We played hard, but we made too many mistakes,” Coach Beasley commented.

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Tue
07
Aug
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Cordell Blue Devil Fall Sports 2018

2018 Cordell HS Football Schedule

Date Opponent Location
Aug 24 Mooreland Away
Aug 31 Okeene Home
Sept 7 Open
Sept 14 Thomas Away
Sept 21 Merritt Home
Sept 28 Sayre Away
Oct 5 Hinton Home
 

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Tue
10
Jul
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Burns Flat-Dill City Elementary Holds Track Meet

The BF-DC elementary held their end of school track meet in Burns Flat. Schools participating were Cordell, Canute, and Hydro-Eakly.

The Burns Flat-Dill City elementary won first place in the track meet with 266.5 total points. Winning second place was Cordell elementary with 236 points. Canute won third place with 226 points, and Hydro-Eakly won fourth with 225.5 points. BF-DC fourth grade girls came in third place with 50.5 points, and boys came in third with 29 points giving the fourth grade 79.5 pts. for third place. BF-DC fifth grade girls came in third with 44.5 pts.

The fifth grade boys won third place with 33 pts. giving fifth grade team third place with 77.5 pts. BF-DC sixth grade girls placed first with 59 pts. and boys placed first with 50.5 pts. totaling to 109.5 pts. for first place among the sixth grade teams.

 

Tue
03
Jul
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Cordell High School Baseball • Summer 2018

Raydon Kuehne

 

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Tue
26
Jun
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Code Blue Crossfit offers alternative to traditional workouts

Last June Jason and Candace Dudgeon opened Code Blue Crossfit at 111 South College Street, just off the square in Cordell. Code Blue offers the CrossFit strength and conditioning program which consists mainly of a mix of aerobic exercise, calisthenics, and weightlifting. Hourlong classes typically include a warm-up, a skill development segment, the high-intensity “workout of the day” (or WOD), and a period of individual or group stretching. Performance on each WOD is often scored and/or ranked to encourage competition and to track individual progress. The Dudgeon’s journey to Code Blue Crossfit began three years ago when both Jason and Candace started CrossFit training in Clinton.

 

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