It is feared that a ‘second wave’ of COVID-19 infection cases has begun in the last couple of weeks. Several states nationally have experienced record spikes in new cases, sometimes daily. Oklahoma had its largest one-day total last week as 480 new virus cases were recorded.
These younger members in Sulphur basketball went through camps during the first weeks of June. They are, from left, back row, Jett Terry, Hayden Raymo, Trent Whitehead, Connor Sullivan, Colten Cole, Cooper Cole; front row, Landon Brown, Castin Tully, Drake Wood, Briar Davenport, Jax Jackson and Dax Lawrence.
The Sulphur boys basketball teams had a busy two weeks of summer camps earlier this month, going through workouts as restrictions were eased and Dogs from high school and junior high were able to get back on the court.
Sulphur’s Chase Todd has been a Bulldog for his entire life, first as a player and recently, as a coach and teacher for 11 years.
Six members of the Sulphur’s 2019 state runner-up track team, above, were named to the Oklahoma Track Coaches’ Association All-State team last week. The six, who are pictured above with other members of the 2029 runner-up team, are Kenzie Ruth, Makella Mobly, Jaidyn Vallandingham, Kyrtleigh Snow, Payton James and Faith Howe. At left is Sulphur head coach Terry Neal, far left and assistant coaches Emile Heitland, second from left, and Keith Garrett, far right. In top center is coach Tracy Eldred. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
Three members in this group track photo, taken at a meet last year, were named to the Oklahoma Track Coaches’ Association All-State team named last week. They are, from right, Tavius McDonald, TJ Todd, and Logan Smith. At left, is Trey Kiser, who graduated in 2019 and not eligible for this year’s team, but nevertheless had a stellar athletic career in Sulphur. He won fourth in the state 100 meter event last May to wrap up his career. Also making the All-State team were John Farrell and Kyle Stevenson, in single photos at left. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK
A host of Sulphur boys and girls track athletes were selected to the Oklahoma Track Coaches Association All-State team last week, honoring 11 individuals among the state’s best after their season’s were cut short.
Sulphur’s two-time state champion pole vaulter and academic award winner, Faith Howe, seated center, recently signed a letter of intent to attend Oklahoma State University. The signing ceremony was held at Sulphur High on June 1. Pictured with Faith are her parents, Patrick and Amy Howe, to her left and right and her grandparents, Pat and Marilyn Howe, standing from right. Also pictured, standing left, is Faith’s sister, Samantha. PHOTO BY SABRINA DUCK