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Last Friday the Edmond North Boys and Girls Cross Country teams competed at Choctaw. The Boys placed 2nd and the Girls would come in 3rd at Choctaw Creek Park. The top 3 team finishers for the boys were; Tyler Goza 17:53 Yadon Bowman 18:13 Jaden Redmon 18:52 The top 3 team finishers for the girls were: Tally Smith 21:27 Lily Thomas 22:38 Hannah Jackson 23:07 Both teams will be running again this Saturday in Norman at the OK Runner Classic....

9/17/2019

Edmond Memorial High School News

For today’s student-athletes, sometimes the biggest challenge doesn’t lie on the field, track or court but rather inside the classroom. As academic rigor intensifies, many student-athletes may find themselves overwhelmed and even exhausted. On top of that, think about how often you hear about a student-athlete being suspended from play until his/her grades are up. It’s a problem that affects a number of student-athletes across the country— but not all of them. Student-athletes like JJ Ruff are examples of dominance in the classroom and on the field. Ruff, a senior, plays football and track at Edmond Memorial High School. In his spare time, you can find him practicing drums or piano. Academic wise, he holds a 4.0 GPA and received a 34 on the ACT. “I take academics very seriously,” Ruff said. “I know no matter how far I take my athletic career that eventually it’s going to end and I’ll have to rely on where my academics got me.” Heading into his final football season with the Bulldogs, you’ll find Ruff on the field splitting time between wide-receiver and cornerback. He says it doesn’t matter which position he’s playing, what matters is if he’s on the field or not. “I just love to play,” he said. “It’s a ton of fun to get in the endzone, but it’s also fun to get to be the hammer and hit people. I honestly can’t pick.” Ruff stated his main goal for this season isn’t just to lead Edmond into a bounce back season, but rather to enjoy his senior year and leave a positive impact on Edmond Memorial High School. “I want to cherish every moment this year,” he said. “This could be my last year playing football, so I just want to help my team reach our goals and be the best we can be. I want to leave a legacy that other people will want to follow.” When the time comes that Ruff hangs up his cleats for the final time, it’s safe to say that he’ll leave a great legacy at Edmond Memorial. ...

9/17/2019

Edmond North High School News

Edmond North picked up their first victory of the year last night in an Edlam battle against the Memorial Bulldogs. It was Edmond North's second victory over the Bulldogs in the last three years. This one coming on the road in Memorial's brand new stadium. The Huskies pulled out to a 14-0 1st quarter lead with two TD passes by Colby Entwiste. Lennon Schadegg and hauled in the first TD, capitalizing on a interception by sophomore Lebron Jones. Entwistle would then find Junior Eythan Graham on a 79 yard TD completion. Memorial would answer back with two touchdowns of their own to tie the game going into halftime. North would again take advantage of another big play by Lebron Jones when he blocked a punt that gave the Huskies the ball deep in Bulldog territory. Entwistle found Zach Russell on a swing pass and Russell took it in from 14 yards out. Memorial would answer back in the 4th, but Jeffery Moore and Ethan Betchan both got a piece of the extra point attempt to block it, and that would be the difference in the game. Entwistle finished with 236 yards through the air, with 106 of those going to Ryan Mann. Mann made a huge 21 yard catch in the 4th quarter between 3 defenders on a 3rd and long to extend a Husky drive. North will be back in action on September 27th when they travel to play the Putnam City North Panthers. ...

9/14/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

After playing together for 4 years on the same side of the net, three former Lady Wolves volleyball players found themselves split up for the first time. The University of Central Oklahoma (UCO) hosted Oklahoma Baptist University (OBU) on Wednesday Sept. 11 for a matchup where OBU has not defeated the Oklahoma rivals since 1987. Teammates Rylen Moore (OBU), Nalani McCrary and Kaeli Robinson (UCO) faced off against each other with the Bison of OBU coming out on top, winning 3 sets to 1. Click on the link below to read more about the match. Several of their teammates from the year before came out in support of their friends. Anastassiya Barakhoyeva was the only one missing, because she is playing volleyball in California. "Thank you to all of the Santa Fe family who came out to support OBU and UCO tonight. Once a wolf, always a wolf!" (https://obubison.com/news/2019/9/11/womens-volleyball-bison-claim-historic-road-win.aspx) (pictured left to right) Nicole Snider, Nalani McCrary, Ryli Mills-Thomas, Rylen Moore, Lauren McCarty, and Kaeli Robinson)...

9/12/2019

Edmond Memorial High School News

Instructions from Mr. Rose and Coach Roberts on Friday night's football game parking, seating and other inportant information. ***Special note: For all varsity games at Memorial this year, we have partnered with Project 66 / Regional Food Bank of Oklahoma and welcome all guests at our game to participate in this special opportunity to serve our community by donating non-perishable food items. There will be collection boxes at all stadium entry gates this season. Thank you in advance for your generosity!*** This Friday (September 13th) is our first EDLAM football game to be played at our OWN (mostly finished) stadium with Edmond MEMORIAL playing Edmond NORTH with a kickoff time of 7:00. Concessions and Restrooms will be available on the Home side only until construction is completed. Students are to clear the campus immediately following the game and confirm that rides are on site for pick-up at a pre-determined meeting location during 4th quarter of the game. THERE IS NO DROP OFF OR PICK UP AT THE STADIUM ENTRANCE. Tickets are $5.00 per person, grades K - adult, cash only (no checks or cards accepted). Purchase at Home or Away ticket window at the stadium on game night OR at the Finance Office at both schools through Friday afternoon. Due to long lines at last week’s game, we STRONGLY encourage pre-purchasing tickets for students (and parents) or purchasing student activity passes! (NOTE: There is NO RE-ENTRY for students at any game! For safety reasons, students may not leave stadium during game & return without purchasing another ticket.) The HOME team may utilize any of the following PASSES. Patrons holding these passes may go directly to the gate (not ticket booth). The AWAY team may use all EXCEPT student activity or adult punch cards. Faculty Passes can only be obtained at the employee’s home site prior to game day and must be shown at the gate each game. (Dependents living in the home must be listed on back or card) Student Activity Passes are stickers which adhere to the back of the ID badge and must be purchased at the Finance Office. Cost is $25 for student athletes, $40 for all other students, and pass holder gains admission to all HOME sports activities except state tournaments. Guest Activity Punch Cards may be used by any guests with the holder. Cost is $40 per 10 tickets (punches) and may be purchased at the Finance Office or at the gate on game days for most sports. Senior Citizen passes may only be obtained at the EPS district office at Danforth & Kelly during business hours. Must be a current Edmond resident and show both a current utility bill and driver’s license/ID. OSSAA/OCA Coaches’ Passes gain admission for the card holder only (ID required) For visitors, Conference Faculty Passes honored for employee only with ID. Parking and Traffic Flow: We anticipate a very large crowd for the historic first EDLAM game in our new stadium and are providing DOOR TO DOOR SHUTTLE SERVICE for this event! Our Shuttle Service will run continuous loops from the parking lots of both Central Middle School and 1st Presbyterian Church on Rankin to/from Memorial starting at 5:30pm. All campus parking at Memorial is located at the Freshman Academy or West Lot only. The Welcome Center on the Home side and an area of the southeast lot near the Visitors gate are reserved for Disabled Parking and require either a state issued hang tag or plates. Whether riding the shuttle or parking on our campus, please arrive early! Follow the link EDLAM Game Day Traffic Flow/Parking Map to see the EMHS map for important instructions on where to park, designated pedestrian only areas, directional flow for traffic, and where you will be directed to exit after the game. Edmond Police Officers will be on site to assist with traffic direction and control of stoplights to help clear campus. (THANK YOU, EPD, for your help!) PARENT DROP OFF/ PICK UP may ONLY be done in FRONT of EMHS @ Welcome Center off 15th Street (NOT by the stadium entrance) or in BACK @ Freshman Academy off Scott Street. You must access the south side of campus the Pine Oak stoplight just east of the stadium or Edgewood Drive just west of the softball field lights! Pedestrian paths to the stadium lead from the West Lot around the Welcome Center in Front or through the breezeway between the Freshman Academy and Main Building. Reminder: If you are picking up a student after the game, you will NOT be able to pull up near the stadium entrance. Please have a specific meeting site planned before the game. The dress theme for this week’s student (and parent) section is “WHITE OUT.” Let’s pack the stands with Bulldog Colors and Bulldog Spirit for this unique, first-time ever event! Come cheer on our MEMORIAL BULLDOGS as they compete against Edmond NORTH High School! Per EPS and stadium rules, no pets, NO outside food or drinks may be brought into the stadium and the use of alcohol or tobacco (including smokeless or vapes) is strictly prohibited. Buy your tickets or passes NOW to avoid the line, park @ Rankin locations & ride the shuttle, and enjoy a night of amazing EDLAM school spirit! ...

9/12/2019

Edmond North High School News

The Edmond North Softball Team picked up two wins in the last two nights with dominating 14-1 & 15-1 victories over Lawton and Putnam City. Two huge offensive nights and two solid pitching performances keyed the Lady Husky wins. Lawton (Monday)- North got multiple hit nights from Kamryn Garvie, Emily Deramus, Gracie Carpenter, and Channing Lipe. Carpenter led the Huskies with a triple 4 RBI. Jacee Minter got the win throwing 5 innings and only giving up 1 hit to the Wolverines. Putnam City (Tuesday)- The hits kept coming against PC, Abby Hunter and Riah Smith both had 3 hits a piece, and Emily Deramus contributed 4 of her own along with 5 RBI in the 15-1 victory. Senior Evy Aud went 2-5 on the night and had 3 RBIs of her own. Morgan Thomas pitched 7 strong innings, giving up 5 hits and striking out 4 Lady Pirates. North will take the field again on Thursday when they take on Memorial at Edmond North. JV @ 5:00 Varsity @ 6:30. ...

9/11/2019

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