RSU Softball Career
| CLAREMORE, Okla.
- The Rogers State softball team ended its season on Wednesday afternoon,
falling to top-seeded Williams Baptist (Ark.) in the NAIA Opening Round-Rogers
State Bracket championship game.
Seven Hillcat seniors played their final game in RSU red and blue. Niki Keck, Shona Guerrero, Ashlee Dillman, Shelby Brogdon, Linsey Curtis, Katrina Loy and Ashlie Fauchier made immense contributions to the program during their time on College Hill.
Rogers State (40-18) ended its season and Head Coach Mark Dicus era as the teams skipper came to an end. The team reached 40 wins for the first time in Dicus five-year reign and made their first national tournament appearance.
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about RSU softball visit www.rsuhillcats.com.
Cardinal Softball Camp (May 28-29-30)
Camp MAY 28th, 29th, & 30th
CAMP STAFF: The High School Coaching staff assisted by the High School Softball Team. Head coach: Mike Henry. Assistants: Rhonda Rogers, Ryan Frame and Michelle Sparks.
COST: The cost to attend the camp will be $45 per camper. Families with more than one camper pay $20 for each extra child. This fee includes instruction, a camp T-shirt, and awards given to outstanding performances on completion of various competitions. *Call for info on team costs.
SCHEDULE: Camp will
include the 10U, 8U, & 6Us in the morning sessions, the 15Us
and the 12Us in the evening sessions.
GOALS: To cover every aspect of the game of softball (defensively and offensively) and to recognize the importance of playing as a team. The girls will be put through a series of exercises and drills in different areas of the game. Please wear appropriate clothing for practicing.
EQUIPMENT: Softball glove, bat, helmet, and shoes for outdoors and indoors if weather is bad.
print entry form below and mail in or call in enrollment by May 23rd
FFA Members Recognized
at the 87th State Convention
Michaela Branen and her 1st place
State Proficiency Award Plaque
FFA members traveled to Oklahoma City on April 30, 2013. We had several
members who we would like to recognize for their efforts and achievements.
First of all, Michaela Branen and Brianna McKinney both received their
State FFA Degree which is an honor that only a few hundred students
receive each year out of approximately 24,000 members in the state.
Three members, Dustin Burch, Michaela Branen, and Brianna McKinney received
a career passport in Animal Science- Animal Production Assistant. This
award requires each student to pass a comprehensive test over the topic
area with a score of at least 80%. Upon passing the test the Oklahoma
Department of Careertech deems these individuals knowledgeable enough
to be an efficient worker in the field.
Dustin Burch and Colt Compton
Brianna Mckinney, Dustin Burch, and Michaela Branen with their Career Passport Awards