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|Football Coach Rusty
Poindexter (and a few of his seniors) reflect on what a "clean"
bunch of kids they are ... as well as a "successful season"
despite their 2-8 record.
Editorial: I'll second that by saying it was a "remarkable season"
for a team that always made you think they could find a way to win ...
regardless of who they were playing or what the score was. And they made
it entertaining until the last play every week even if they did come up
a bit short on the scoreboard a few times.] -- Ted
of the 2003 Lady Cardinals Varsity Volleyball team were honored for their
3rd place finish at the State Tournament and a 28-10 record. Kristina Hoffman
and Brandy Moyers were announced as
All-State alternates. Third year Head Coach Art Smalyago and Coach Ogden made
Cardinal Varsity Softball teams have won 128 games in the last 4 years
under Coach Stan Irvine. The 2003 team above had 31 wins this year and their
only loss in the State Tournament was by 1 run to the eventual state champs.
Taylor Whisenhunt and Randon Powell were named to the All Conference team with
several other honorable mentions (Chasidy Austin, Jessica Colpitt, Erica Holly,
Lindsey Schultheiss and Whitney Whisenhunt). Tulsa 7 Conference Pitcher of the
Year was Kelli Dunagan who threw 5 no hitters and had 4 perfect games (no base
runners) this season.
Varsity Cheerleaders were introduced and thanked for their many contributions
to the football program this season.
C.H.S. Varsity Football team just completed their season Friday night.
They will likely not win many conference honors and their record alone does
not sound impressive ... but their hard work and determination was much appreciated
by the coaches and fans.
Freshman Volleyball Team with
Volleyballl Team 11-3
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