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It Was A Tough Week For Shawnee Wolves Sports

 

October 10, 2019

Countywide & Sun/Jacob Factor

Mia Gipp puts the ball in play and later scores on an RBI from Laynie Rimer.

Shawnee sports had a tough week.

The Lady Wolves' fast pitch team at Jenks Monday couldn't stop the Lady Trojans from putting seven runs on the board, but the Trojans were successful in keeping the Lady Wolves from scoring.

Tatum Sparks, Carly Torbett and Kali Kasterke were the only Lady Wolves to get hits.

Stormee Reed and Annica Anderson split the game as pitchers. Stormee pitched one strikeout and Anderson pitched five.

Thursday two Lady Wolves teams played at home.

Countywide & Sun/Jacob Factor

Bailee McIntosh sets up the ball in action last week.

The volleyball team couldn't stand up to Bishop McGuinness, falling 9-25, 16-25 and 17-25.

The fast pitch team didn't fare much better against Carl Albert, getting run ruled in the fifth inning 12-2.

Mia Gipp scored on an RBI out from Laynie Rimer, and Scotlyn Wilson scored on Tatum Sparks' right-field double, the only Shawnee hit of the game.

The Wolves' football team traveled to Ponca City Friday night, where they were defeated 21-7.

Scout Cawvey scored the Wolves' lone touchdown on a 29-yard pass from Karson Conaway.

The Wolves are now 1-4, with no district wins so far.

They play Tulsa's Booker T. Washington Friday for the homecoming game.

 

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