The six wrestlers who represented the Henryetta Youth Wrestling team at the OKWA State Championship proudly display their medals. Pictured in no order are Braxton England (6th in Div. IV, 105lbs.); Jardyn Miller (8th place in Div. IV, 160 lbs.); Cash Faulkner; Tayler Hamric, Keegan Hamric, and Madison Byroads.
Failing to rally their offense, the Lady Knights extended their losing streak to seven games Tuesday with a 51-40 loss to the Beggs Lady Demons. Never truly hitting their stride against the Lady Demons, the Lady Knights couldn’t find the right offensive momentum in the first half.
The Dragons fought in the first round of the Class A Regional Tournament Thursday. To see full results of the Dewar boys’ journey, check next Wednesday’s edition of the Henryetta Free-Lance.
The Henryetta High School Track team took two Lady Knights and five Knights, along with three boys’ relay teams, to the Enid/Chisholm Indoor track meet over the weekend. Competing against over 20 schools, the Henryetta track team began their pre-season with good results.
Okmulgee County Schools are preparing for District battle tonight, including Morris, Okmulgee, Preston and Henryetta. All four schools will meet their first opponent of the postseason, while Beggs High School’s basketball teams will face off in their district contest Saturday night.