— Three Chickasha High School powerlifters earned medals at a meet Friday in Yukon. John Phillips won the 275 pound class, squatting 500 pounds, bench pressing 335 pounds and dead lifting 530 pounds. Shaq Oliver was second in the 145 pound class lifting 275 pounds on squat, 245 pounds on bench and 315 pounds on dead lift. Austin Valdez was third in the 220 class with a squat of 385, bench of 255 and dead lift of 460 pounds. There were 17 schools and approximately 250 athletes present at the meet, which was the last before regionals this Friday in Anadarko.
Stilwell appoints JT Cobble as head coach
Stilwell High School has announced Chickasha offensive coordinator JT Cobble will become their head football coach effective this fall.
Lady Chicks stay unbeaten in district
Few times are better to be flying high for the Chickasha girls than right now.
Fergason on state path after personal best
Perhaps it was the familiar surroundings that helped Hanna Fergason to a personal best on Tuesday.
Four-run sixth takes CHS past Ardmore
The Fightin' Chicks are getting a lot of mileage out of their fourth and fifth batting spots.
Chicks on leaps and bounds ahead of meet
Chickasha hosts its track meet Tuesday on the back of another solid weekend.
Verden edges Union City to take back Grady crown
For the first time in two years, Union City's stranglehold on Grady County baseball was broken.
Union City outlasts Rush Springs in marathon semifinal
A 12-inning marathon is tough on everyone, but it will have been even tougher on Rush Springs.
Owls set consolation final spot with win over Dibble
Ninnekah will play for the Grady County consolation title after dumping Dibble out of the tournament 6-1 on Friday.
Panthers edge Demons to take last semifinal spot
The hosts left it late, but Amber-Pocasset finally made it through to the semifinals of the Grady County Tournament 5-4 against Dibble in nine innings on Thursday night.
Tigers come back to advance to Grady County semis
Verden has become accustomed to winning at this year's Grady County Tournament hosts Amber. Three wins at that exact field in last week's Panther Classic was followed up by a 5-2 come from behind victory against Ninnekah on Thursday. The Owls made it difficult for them, coming back from an early run to take the lead.
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