Sports

Blue Devils sports: The week in review

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GIRLS BASKETBALL The Lady Blue Devils went 0-3 last week, unable to bring home a single win. After a week of being pressed hard by some of the top teams in the district, Head Coach Jana Rogers believes her team will be stronger and develop better endurance.

Cordell drops close contest

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Senior Brady Reimer flies toward the hoop in a game against Mountain View Saturday. The Cordell Blue Devils played the Mountain View Tigers, and the teams went back and forth pulling ahead of one another, but the Tigers ultimately came out on top. Reimer was the top shooter in this game for Cordell, scoring 14, and Kray Rogers added 10.

The Blue Devil Beat

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The Cordell Beacon’s Blue Devil Beat is proud to bring you weekly updates on many school activities, such as upcoming games, fundraisers, club meetings, and much more. This special section will keep you updated on all of the important things happening in and around our school. We will feature interviews from teachers, coaches, and students, giving you an inside look on what is going on at Cordell Public Schools.

Featured Athlete: How Bode Gallagher became a Blue Devil

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Senior Bode Gallagher is a “do-it-all” kind of athlete, making himself well known by Cordell football and basketball audiences since 2014. The Gallagher family moved to Cordell from Enid in the summer between Bode’s sixth- and seventh-grade years.

All-District honors pour in for football team

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The Cordell Blue Devils football team’s season ended with a loss in the second round of the playoffs, but their strong showing netted the team several All-District A-2 honors. All six seniors received honors, with Raydon Kuehne, Dane Corbin, Bode Gallagher and Adden Zanghi receiving MVP and Player of the Year honors.