Sulphur’s Korie Allensworth had won about every award a senior girls basketball player could win thus far.
Sulphur-Davis Elks’ Bunny Shootout Golf Tournament, originally scheduled for the Saturday before Easter and later moved into June due to the COVID -19 outbreak, now has a new date, according to Heath Hancock, director of golf.
PHOTO ABOVE BY SABRINA DUCK Two-time state champion vaulter, Faith Howe, recently signed a letter of intent to attend Oklahoma State University. Howe was poised to win a third state title this spring and was gunning for a new state record, but the COVID-19 virus dashed those dreams. Above, Howe is shown winning the 2019 vault title and at left (in inset) is her senior photo.
For Sulphur senior Faith Howe, this certainly isn’t how she envisioned her senior year finishing.
Sulphur senior Makella Mobly continued to add to her list of sports’ honors last week, as she was named the Region 5 Female Athlete of the Year.
Korie Allensworth fires off a shot as the Lady Bulldogs took on Byng in Chesapeake Arena in January.
Lady Bulldog guard Payton James fires off a three-pointer as Sulphur beat Byng to open a new decade in the Chesapeake Arena in early January. PHOTOS BY SABRINA DUCK
Lady Bulldog guard Makella Mobly drives the baseline as the Sulphur girls stormed to the title in Lindsay in early January.
The five Sulphur senior girls’ basketball players brought home even more awards last week, as each was honored by the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association, led by all-state selection Korie Allensworth.