Collinsville, Oklahoma
May 10, 2010
Miscellaneous News

Curtis Finishes With Record
26 RSU Homers /

Regional Tennis Trip /
Regional Track Results

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RSU Softball Season Completed -- Collinsville Freshman Linsey Curtis Had RSU Season Record 26 Homers

Linsey Curtis hit her 26th home run of the year for the RSU softball team in the 6th inning of a 14-4 win over St. Gregory's in Oklahoma City May 4, 2010.

The RSU Hillcats completed the 2010 regular season at 35-24 and qualified for the SAC tournament.

May 7, 2010 - Southern Nazarene Shut Out RSU Softball Cats, 3-0. Rogers State struggled to get the bats going and was shutout 3-0 by Southern Nazarene in the opening round of the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament Friday at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City. The Hillcats managed just four hits against SNU starter Jordan Simmons and dropped into the elimination bracket of the six-team tournament.

May 7, 2010 - Lady Rangers Eliminate Rogers State, 4-1. Northwestern Oklahoma State bounced Rogers State from the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament with a 4-1 victory Friday night at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

Rogers State (35-26, 16-19) will lose no seniors from a 2010 club that won 35 games and reached the postseason for the third straight year.

For more information on Hillcat Softball visit
Regional Track Results
CHS Boys:

100m - Houa Yang - 5th
400m - John Pinney - 5th
800m - Isaac Dyer - 4th
Long Jump - Tyler Tabor - 6th
High Jump - Kendall Curtis - 3rd; Stepheen Sisk - T5th
Pole Vault - Jake Barton - 5th
Shot - Max Kolosha - 1st; Steve Majike - 2nd
Disc - Max Kolosha - 4th
400m relay - Houa Yang, John Oinney, Michael Anderson, Andrew Thompson - 6th
1600m relay - John Pinney, Tyley Tabor, Andrew Thompson, Isaac Dyer - 3rd
3200m relay - Isaac Dyer, Andrew Thompson, Tyler Tabor, Jayce Crowder - 4th
CHS Girls:

800m - Jenny Dyer 4th
1600m - Jenny Dyer - 1st; Hayley Taylor - 5th
3200m - Jenny Dyer - 1st; Hayley Taylor - 3rd
100m hurdles - Casey Dickinson - 6th
Long Jump - Ashley Koopmans - 4th; Casey Dickinson - 6th
Shot - Randi Gilmartin - 5th
Disc - Randi Gilmartin - 3rd; Alissa Wilson - 4th
400m relay - Mercades Jessie, Chelsea Scott, Amy Fry, Casey Dickinson - 6th
800m relay - Elizabeth Blissit, Ashley Koopmans, Amy Fry, Casey Dickinson - 6th
3200m relay - Jenny Dyer, Elizabeth Blissit, Hayley Taylor, Taylor Captain - 3rd
Submitted by Coach Kelly Anderson 5/10/2010
CHS Tennis Roadtrip
I saw the CHS Boys Tennis team loading into a school van Sunday (as I arrived for the Chorus Wizard of Oz performance). They are headed to the Regional Tournament and hope to get in their matches despite the rainy weather forecast Monday. Sorry, I forgot to ask where they were going and schedule just says TBA. -- Ted
More RSU Softball: Sooner Athletic Conference Postseason Awards
Junior centerfielder Brittany White earned first-team all-conference accolades. The Ashdown, Ark., native hit. 397 with a team-leading 31 stolen bases. White led the Hillcats with 11 doubles and three triples while also driving in 24 runs.
Freshmen Linsey Curtis and Ashlie Fauchier joined White on the all-conference second team. Curtis re-wrote the RSU record books with 26 home runs and 80 RBI during her first season on the Hill. The Collinsville, Okla., product posted an .851 slugging percentage and tallied 154 total bases
From RSU Sports Information office 5/10/2010

Linsey Curtis