Three Sulphur Lady Dogs wore the red and white for the last time this past weekend, as they helped their team to a 12-1 win at the Oklahoma Fastpitch Coaches’ Association All-State game at Oklahoma Christian on Saturday.
With sports coming to a halt for the rest of the school year and for an unknown time, I thought it would be cool to do some different things and continue to check in on former Sulphur athletes and what they are doing now. This will be the fourth part of a
Lady Bulldog four-sport star, Makella Mobly, is shown above raining down a three-point shot in a basketball game and above right and below right she is shown competing in track and softball respectively. Mobly added to her long list of accomplishments this week by being named as the Oklahoma Coaches’ Association Female Athlete of the Year for 2019-2020.
Sulphur senior Makella Mobly has a list of accomplishments as long as any athlete you’ve ever seen.
OKLAHOMA CITY, May 26, 2020 — Gerald Jaquith lived a frugal, unassuming life. A math teacher who’d retired from Ringwood High School, he was still driving the Ford truck he’d bought in 1986 when he died last summer in an accident on his Waynoka farm at the age of 78.
ABOVE: Harley Beesley, who will enter her senior year this fall, fires off a pitch in a game last fall as the Lady Bulldogs began their softball campaign.
ABOVE RIGHT: Sulphur quarterback Reese Ratchford, who will begin his junior year this fall, is shown in action during a game last season. Both players will join a host of their teammates as the Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs get back into action with on-campus activitynext week following the COVID-19 pandemic.
As things around the state of Oklahoma start to begin to get back to normal, or something of that nature, Sulphur athletics is right there with the rest of society.