It was a tough week for the Sulphur Lady Dogs, as they lost both contests after a week off due to COVID protocols.
After a week off due to COVID issues, the Sulphur boys came back with almost no practice and lost a tough close overtime game to Kingston on Friday night and to Prague on Saturday.
Sulphur added two more allstaters to the school’s historic ledger last week, as senior lineman Garrett Trett and Sage Borders each made the West squad, selected by the Oklahoma Coaches Association.
Shallen Mershon, left, and Owen West, competed in last week’s Dickson powerlifting meet, Mershon placing third in her class and West winning second.
OKLAHOMA CITY (Jan. 27, 2021) – High school students across Oklahoma met virtually with State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister on Tuesday to offer insight on how their learning experiences have changed since the COVID-19 pandemic, urging greater support for mental health and more resources for teachers. The 97 students are part of her 2021 Student Advisory Council to suggest how public education can recover from learning loss and others issues emerging over the past year.