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Monday, Feb. 4th
Two Homicide Suspects Still on the Run
It was one week ago today that 18-year old Trey Adams was shot to death outside his Chickasha home. While Adams’ funeral is this afternoon authorities are still looking for two men wanted in connection with Adam's death. Dmillion Williams and Malcolm Jackson are still at large, and should be considered armed and dangerous. Four others are already in custody alleged to have conspired to kill Adams and all are charged with murder. Adams funeral will be at 2 o'clock this afternoon at Ferguson Funeral Home.
Filing Period Begins for Chickasha City Council Election
The filing period is underway for the spring Chickasha City Council election. For posts are up for election, including Tom Rose in Ward 1; Kimmie Loggins in Ward 2; Oscar Nelson in Ward 3; and Jim Hopkins in Ward 4. The filing period runs through Wednesday. Candidates will file at city hall. There is a $25 filing fee. The city council election will be held in April.
Council to Review Traffic Signal Management System
The council meets for one of its two regular meetings in February tonight. Among the issues to be reviewed is an agreement with a firm for a traffic signal central management system. The proposal calls for $30,000 in city funds to be paid to a company called Signal System Management of Oklahoma City. Hardware is currently being installed at a number of intersections along 4th Street, as officials work to improve traffic flow along that corridor. Other measures to be considered include waiving fees for several local youth sports groups to use the city's sports complex. The council is also to recognize Steven Adams with the Public Works Department as the city's employee of the month. The council meets at 6:30 tonight at City Hall.
Chix Neighborhood to be Without Water Wed. Morning
A portion of Chickasha will be without water for a few hours on Wednesday. Crews will be changing a master water meter in the south part of the city. This will impact the area between Fieldcrest Drive and Sheridan Place southwest of 16th and Country Club Road. Officials say there will be no water from about 9:00 a.m to noon.
Chickasha School Board Election is One Week Away
Three candidates are on the ballot in next week's Chickasha school board election. We'll be featuring each of the candidates during our news this week. One of the candidates is Tim Miller, a lifelong Chickasha resident who wants to give back to his community. Miller, a former employee of the school district, says the safety of the children is among his top priorities. He says he discovered an unnerving situation one day while working for the district.
Miller will face Laurie Allen and Bruce Storms in next week's election. Early voting is available this Thursday and Friday at the Grady County Election Board.
School Board Candidate Forum is Tuesday Night
By the way, a forum of all Chickasha school board candidates will be held tomorrow evening. The meet-and-greet will be held at the Canadian Valley Technology Center seminar center from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Robyn Morse and Cara Gerdes, who are running un-opposed for two other seats on the school board, are also expected to attend.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX is $55.26 per barrel.
London-based Brent crude is $61.87.
Natural gas is $2.73 per million BTUs.
Gold is $1,315 and silver is $15.75.
Saturday, Feb. 2nd
Suspect Faces Rape, Child Porn Charges
Here's a KOOL News follow-up to a story we first brought you earlier this week. Rush Springs police made an arrest in connection with a child pornography investigation, and prosecutors have filed formal charges against the suspect. On-line court records indicate that 23-year old Elijah Payne Higgins was arraigned in Grady County District Court on Friday on felony charges of rape and producing and distributing child porn. Higgins was arrested last Sunday evening. No details are available on what led to Higgins arrest. A judge set Higgins’ bond at $150,000 and he remains in jail. He's to announce his attorney later this month, with a preliminary hearing conference scheduled March 6th.
Hate Crime Alleged at Home for Special Needs Adults
A Chickasha man faces allegations of a hate crime, following a confrontation at a home for special needs adults. Grady County court documents indicate he used a racial slur and threatened to seriously injure a staff member. A Grady County deputy was summoned to the Sequoyah House near Amber Tuesday evening. The man was brandishing a fire extinguisher when the deputy arrived. The deputy's affidavit indicates that when he asked the suspect what was wrong, he said he did not like one of the staff members because she was black. Its alleged the man called her the "N" word, threatened to cut her throat, strangle her, and burn her using a lighter and an aerosol can. The victim was not hurt, and told the deputy she was used to the abuse. In custody is 28-year old Jeremiah John Paul Marshall. He's been charged with felony counts of conspiring to perform a violent act and attempted arson. His bond is $50,000. It's not clear if Marshall is a resident of the Sequoyah House.
Ninnekah Police Seek Home Break-in Suspects
Ninnekah police are looking for three suspects in connection with a break-in of a home. According to the department's Facebook page, the break-in took place early Tuesday morning, Jan. 29th. Several credit cards were taken and later used in Chickasha. Authorities have posted pictures of two of the suspects and an extended cab pick-up taken from video surveillance on the department's Facebook page. Photos of the third suspect may be posted later. Police are asking anyone with information to contact Ninnekah authorities by calling 405-222-0882 or Grady County Crimestoppers at 405-224-TIPS.
Pauline Spangler Passes Away
Pauline Spangler has died. The wife of decorated WW II veteran Gordon Spangler passed away yesterday at 98 years old. Born in Minco in 1920, she worked for the City of Chickasha as a young woman, serving as secretary to the mayor and as city clerk. She worked at Borden General Hospital during WWII while Gordon was in the 45th Division. She then worked at the Chickasha Hospital and Clinic where she became an accredited records technician. She started working at Grady Memorial before it opened and worked as a registered records administrator, who was responsible for several hospitals in the region. Gordon and Pauline were active square dancers traveling to several countries. She was inducted into the USAO Hall of Fame last year. Survivors include her husband Gordon; daughter Gordona Snow; Daughter Mandy Keller and husband Richard and their families. Funeral will be at 1:30 p.m. next Saturday, Feb. 9th at Epworth Methodist Church with burial at the Friendship Cemetery in Pocasset. Arrangements are with McRay Funeral Home.
Annual Swine Show Set for Grady County Fairgrounds
There's another big livestock show going on at the Grady County Fairgrounds this weekend. It's the Team Purebred swine show, with about 130 youth from 12 states exhibiting their animals. Dakota Moyers with the non-profit group expects about 400 hogs to be shown. The youth are competing for $150 awarded to each breed champion, as well as grand champion prizes and a one-year lease of a stock trailer. This spring show has been held in Chickasha the last four or five years, held the first weekend in February. A similar show is held every fall in Duncan. Team Purebred holds similar shows in Mississippi, Iowa, and Maryland. The two-day show starts at noon today. Admission is free for those who want to watch the show.
Talk Show Topics
Here's what we're talking about this weekend. Three individuals running for Chickasha school board are guests on our KOOL Konversation. Laurie Allen, Bruce Storms, and Tim Miller are on the show. On Real Estate Today with John Mosley, we'll talk to USAO softball coach Jadyn Wallis, as her defending NAIA National Champion team is about to start their 2019 season. We have links to both programs under the Community tab on this website.
Friday, Feb. 1st
Investigator Says Teens Conspired Deadly Crime
As the family of Trey Adams plans his funeral, some startling news from investigators about the teenagers arrested in connection with his death. In a news conference yesterday, OSBI Special Agent Lynn Williams told reporters-
Williams said it was all set up through the social media app, Snap Chat. The teens conspired at an Oklahoma City motel to meet with Adams to buy some marijuana. When they arrived in Chickasha two teens climbed in the back of the pickup. When Adams came out of his house and approached the pickup, the teen identified as Dmillion Williams is alleged to have jumped up and opened fire, shooting Adams three times. Williams, who goes by the nickname of NinePoint, and Malcolm Jackson who goes by Highlife, are still on the run. They are considered armed and dangerous. Four teens are in custody on murder complaints. They are Troy Jennings, Brooklyn Nelson, Vivian Sanders, and Montana Simpkins. All from the Oklahoma City area.
Trey Adams Funeral is Monday
In the meantime, the funeral for Trey Adams will be on Monday. Adams just turned 18 the day after Christmas. Family members say he was a happy-go-lucky person with a contagious smile. The service will be at 2:00 p.m. Monday at Ferguson Funeral home, with burial in the Alex Cemetery.
Warrant Issued in Hammer Attack
Caddo County authorities are looking for an Anadarko man accused of beating a man in the head with a hammer. An arrest warrant was issued for 31-year old John Edgar Topaum. The attack occurred before dawn Wednesday morning. The condition of the victim is not known. The warrant is for assault and battery with a dangerous weapon, after former conviction of a felony. On-line records show that Topaum pleaded guilty to previous felony and misdemeanor drug and assault charges dating back to 2013. If convicted on this most recent charge, he could be sentenced to 10 years to life in prison.
Groundhog Pancakes with Optimists
The Chickasha Optimist Club is hosting its annual Groundhog Day Pancake Day today. It’s all-you-can-eat pancakes and sausage plus coffee, juice, and milk. Tickets are $5 with kids five-and-under, free. Pancake Day runs until 1:00 this afternoon at First Baptist Church at 4th and Colorado.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX is $53.79.
London-based Brent crude is $61.89.
Natural gas is $2.81 per million BTUs.
Gold is $1,325 and silver is $16.01.
Thursday, Jan. 31st
Arrests Made, 2 Sought in Connection With Chix Homicide
Four teenagers are behind bars and authorities are looking for two armed and dangerous teens in connected with the shooting death of a Chickasha man. Trey Adams, also a teenager at just 18-years old, was shot and killed just outside his Chickasha home early Monday. The OSBI says in custody is 19-year old Troy Jennings of McLoud; 16-year old Brooklyn Nelson of Oklahoma City; and 15-year old Vivian Sanders of Newalla, all of whom were booked into the Grady County Jail. Also arrested was 15-year-old Montana Simpson of Norman who was booked into the Caddo County Jail in Anadarko. All are being held on complaints of first-degree murder. Two other suspects are being sought. They are 18-year old Dmillion Williams, also known as NinePoint, and 18-year old Malcolm Jackson, also known as Highlife. Investigators say both should be considered armed and dangerous. Anyone with information is asked to contact the OSBI by calling 800-522-8017 or local police. You can also call the Grady County Crimestoppers at 405-224-TIPS.
'Inappropriate Communication' Alleged in Chix School
An employee of Chickasha Public Schools is accused of having inappropriate communication with a female student. KOOL News has obtained a copy of letter to parents believed to have originated from Superintendent Jack Herron and Middle School Principal Debbie Davis. The letter states that the employee has been removed from the school pending a full investigation. Chickasha police were notified and the letter states that school officials are cooperating fully with local law enforcement. The name of the accused employee was not disclosed. It wasn’t clear if the employee has been arrested. The also states that the safety and security of students is among the district’s highest priorities. The letter asked parents to contact administrators if they feel their children have had inappropriate communications with any school employee.
Crash Victim Trapped For Hours Before Being Freed
A Grady County man is hospitalized after being trapped in his pickup for 3 ½ hours after he ran off the road, hit a tree, and overturned. 27-year old Tyler Hicks of Alex suffered head, arm, leg, and internal injuries. A passer-by discovered the crash and called it in. Alex and Chickasha firefighters used the Jaws of Life to get Hicks out of the truck. Hicks was air-lifted to an Oklahoma City hospital where he was last in good condition. The accident happened about 11:00 a.m. Wednesday just north of Alex. The trooper investigating the crash said Hicks blacked out before running off the road.
Woman Faces Dog-Napping Charge
A dog-napping investigation leads to an arrest and a misdemeanor charge filed against a Chickasha woman. Chickasha police were called to a home last month where a woman said her long-haired dachshund had been stolen. The dog was later found wandering in to Grady Memorial Hospital, where a woman waiting on a patient asked to hold the dog. The woman wrapped up the dog in a blanket and took it with her. Police reviewed the hospital surveillance video and recognized the woman. During an interview, she told police she was going to put the dog’s picture on Facebook to try to find the owner. However, she told police the dog had run away. A few days later, the dog's owner got a message from someone saying that they had her dog, and they would give it back to her if she wouldn’t get police involved. The owner said OK, but called police anyway. Police arrested 55-year old Margaret Diane Chaney and she is charged with larceny of animals. She's out of jail after posting bond. The case has been placed on the March 8th misdemeanor docket in Grady County District Court.
School Board Candidate Meet-and-Greet Set
A forum for Chickasha residents to meet all the candidates running for school board is scheduled for next week. There are three candidates running for Office No. 2. They are Bruce Storms, Laurie Allen and Tim Miller. Two other candidates who ran un-opposed for school board posts, Cara Gerdes and Robyn Morse, are also expected to attend. This is a come-and-go event, and each candidate will have time to discuss their platforms. The forum will be Tuesday, Feb. 5th, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at Canadian Valley Technology Center. The school board election is the following week, Tuesday, Feb. 12th.
Regional Food Bank Schedules Chickasha Stop
The Regional Food Bank will be in Chickasha today to provide food boxes for local federal government employees affected by the recent government shutdown. That will be from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. this afternoon and evening at the Grady County Fairgrounds. Individuals will have to show their federal identification.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX is up to $54.23 per barrel.
London-based Brent crude is $61.65.
Natural gas is down to $2.85 per million BTUs.
Gold is $1,327 and silver tops $16 to $16.10.
Wednesday, Jan. 30th
Lawton Murder Suspect Arrested Near Cyril
A state trooper arrests a Lawton murder suspect in Cyril. Johnny Ray Jones was being sought in connection with a homicide that took place in Lawton early Tuesday morning. KSWO-TV reports that a woman called 911 and told police that a man shot her boyfriend and her brother. The woman's boyfriend, 32-year old Joshua Seavert, later died at the hospital. Her brother was also hospitalized, however his condition unknown. Jones’ hometown was not immediately known. He had two outstanding misdemeanor warrants out of Comanche County after Lawton police arrested him just last month for drug possession and reckless handling of a firearm.
Pursuit Lands Missouri Man in Jail
A Missouri man is arrested and charged with felony for trying to elude a state trooper near Amber. 27-year old Albert Gingerich remains in the Grady County Jail on a $25,000 bond. A probable cause affidavit from the trooper indicates he was on routine patrol east of Amber last Friday, when his radar indicated the driver of a pick-up was speeding. The driver failed to pull over, and speeds reached near 80 miles per hour on a gravel county road. The trooper said the driver put other motorists at risk during the chase. The driver finally pulled over where he was taken into custody without incident. The affidavit also indicates Gingerich has a loaded 9mm in the pickup, but he did have a valid conceal and carry permit out of Missouri.
Continental Prez Says SpringBoard Just Getting Started
Continental Resources officials say the company's SpringBoard project in the SCOOP should continue to do well into 2019. In a conference call with investors, Continental president Jack Stark anticipates oil production will increase 10 percent between the third quarters of 2018 and 2019. The website www.okenergytoday.com quotes Stark as saying the geology of the SpringBoard is well-defined based on the available data, and that the current locations are prolific flowing wells. The company has completed 18 of 335 wells it plans to drill in the region. Stark said the average daily initial production of each well is nearly 1,300 barrels of oil-equivalent, which is in-line with what officials expected.
Leading State Democrat Blasts Governor's Education Move
State Rep. David Perryman (D-Chickasha) is criticizing Gov. Kevin Stitt's plan to combine the duties of the governor's education adviser with those of the Secretary of State. Perryman is the Minority Floor Leader in the State House of Representatives. In a prepared statement, Perryman said that if the governor intends to focus on education, he should provide additional resources, rather than decrease the amount of time his adviser will have to help solve problems facing the state's education system. Perryman says more voices with public education experience are needed at the table, not less. While Perryman says he respects Secretary of State Michael Rogers, his background is in private education. Perryman said he's concerned that fewer advocates for public education are among the governor's advisers.
Regional Food Bank Mobile Food Banks Open Today
The Regional Food Bank will be in Anadarko later today for the first of its mobile food banks to help federal government employees hurt by the recent government shutdown. Food boxes will be given to those with federal employment identification at the Anadarko High School from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. tonight. Pasta, cereal, peanut butter, fresh produce, frozen protein, canned vegetables and meat, and bread will be available. A similar mobile food bank will be in Chickasha tomorrow at the Grady County Fairgrounds, also from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.
Library Friends Prepare for Chocolate Celebration
With Valentine’s Day just a couple of weeks away, the Friends of the Chickasha Public Library are preparing for their annual Chocolate Celebration. This 7th annual celebration will again benefit the library and its many programs and needs. Individuals will be able to choose from nearly 4,000 servings of chocolate. Participating groups are asked to prepare at least 200 servings of chocolate goodies. Tickets are $6 per person and allows holders to pick six servings. There will be a lot of bake-sale type items at the celebration as well. The chocolate celebration is Tuesday, Feb. 12th from 5-7 p.m. at Epworth Methodist Church.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX is up to $53.31 per barrel.
London-based Brent crude is up to $61.32.
Natural gas is up to $2.95 per million BTUs.
Gold is $1,138 and silver is $15.95.
Tuesday, Jan. 29th
Chickasha Homicide Investigation Continues
There have been no new developments reported in the investigation of the shooting death of a young Chickasha man. 18-year old Trey Adams was found shot to death just outside his home early Monday morning. Adams’ girlfriend discovered his body. Adams had attended Chickasha and Alex schools over the last few years. He was about to be a father, as his girlfriend is expecting their child this summer. Authorities are asking anyone with information to send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org
Anonymous tips may also be made to the Grady County Crimestoppers hotline at 405-224-TIPS.
Man Pleads Guilty to 2017 Chickasha Murder
A man charged with murder in connection with the shooting death of Chickasha man two years ago has pleaded guilty. 30-year old Steven Levon Lail, Jr. of Blanchard was to go on trial in Grady County District Court this week. Instead, he entered the guilty plea last Friday. Lail was one of two men arrested in connection with the shooting death of Dan Beall, III at his home in the 400 block of East Ada Sipuel in August of 2017. Lail's sentencing is scheduled for this Friday afternoon. The second man, 32-year old Rico Lamar Doss of Chickasha, is also charged with murder in connection with Beall's death. Doss may enter a plea next week.
Deputies Find Lots of Stolen Equipment, Vehicles
Grady County authorities say they have recovered thousands upon thousands of dollars in stolen equipment and machinery taken in recent thefts from several counties. Grady County Undersheriff Phil Blevins said the equipment was found after a search warrant was issued for property south of Winter Creek Golf and Country Club. Blevins says the stolen equipment is worth at least $250,000. That includes a $100,000 sky-lift. The equipment had been taken from locations in Grady, Garvin, McClain, Oklahoma, and Kingfisher counties. Most of the equipment has been returned to the rightful owners. Blevins had hoped to find some equipment recently stolen from a Bridge Creek home, but unfortunately none of that equipment was at this location. Blevins said they continue looking for suspects in connection with both of these investigations.
Regional Food Bank to Help Federal Employees
Federal employees who were off work for a month because of the partial government shutdown are back at work now, at least through Feb. 15th. The workers aren't expected to get their back pay until later this week. Many groups are still reaching out to help the families who have gone without a paycheck since Christmas. Those groups include the Regional Food Bank. The agency will have mobile food distribution sites in Chickasha and Anadarko later this week to help. They'll receive a variety of foods to include cereal, peanut butter, canned vegetables and meat, fresh produce, pasta, and bread. In Anadarko, the distribution will be tomorrow (Wednesday, Jan. 30th) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Anadarko High School. In Chickasha, the distribution will be Thursday (January 31st) from 5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Grady County Fairgrounds. Individuals will have to show their federal identification in order to receive assistance.
ODOT Projects to Affect Chickasha, Blanchard Traffic
Some highway projects by State Department of Transportation contractors will affect traffic in Chickasha and Blanchard. In Chickasha, contractors will be making upgrades to the west viaduct on U.S. Highway 62 near 16th Street. Traffic will be down to one lane in each direction for a bridge rehabilitation project. That will be a lengthy project, lasting perhaps until August or September. In Blanchard, traffic on State Highway 76 will be affected by a couple of guardrail projects on Thursday, Jan. 31st only. The first is between Highway 74B and 280th Street from 10:00 a.m. to 1 p.m, and the second is from Stone Road to the H.E. Bailey Turnpike from 1:30 to 4:00 p.m. Traffic will be down to one lane on both projects and flaggers will be on site. ODOT recommends that motorists find alternate routes or face lengthy delays.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX is $51.99 per barrel.
London-based Brent Crude is $59.93.
Natural gas is $2.91 per million BTUs.
Gold is $1,313 and silver is $15.89.
Monday, Jan. 28th
Body Found Near Downtown Chickasha Restaurant
Story updated at 11:00 a.m.
(A Chickasha-area teen has died as the result of a gunshout would to the chest. The OSBI and Chickasha police identify the victim as Arnold "Trey" Adams. Authorities are trying to determine a motive and find any suspects)
Investigators are at the scene of a body discovered near the Dairy Queen restaurant in downtown Chickasha early this morning. Police were dispatched to the area about 3:40 this morning. KOOL-RANCH News was on the scene where the body of a fully-clothed unidentified male was lying in a grassy area behind the former Murphy's Liquor Store and Line Creek. The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation has been called in to help with the investigation. No details are being released as the investigation is just getting underway.
Arrest Made in Rush Springs Child Porn Investigation
A child porn investigation in Rush Springs has one man behind bars this morning. A 23-year old man is jailed on complaints which include soliciting sex with a minor by technology, possession of child porn, and possession of a controlled dangerous substance with intent to distribute. We won't release the name of the suspect unless prosecutors file formal charges against him.
Traffic Stop in Blanchard Finds Pot, Weapons
In Blanchard, police find more than 100 grams of pot following a traffic stop. On its Facebook page, authorities posted a photograph of the marijuana, two handguns, and scales seized from the vehicle following the stop. The post wasn't specific about why the traffic stop was made, only that it took place early Sunday morning. The post indicates the driver was arrested on a number of complaints, and a passenger was also taken into custody for outstanding warrants.
Jury Duty Canceled This Week, But it's On for Next
If you received a letter to report for jury duty in Grady County District Court this morning, you're excused. All the cases that were set to go to trial this week have been resolved, so no juries are needed this week. However, if you received a Grady County jury duty notice for NEXT week, starting Feb. 4th, you will have to report.
Cheniere Energy to Pay Dividends
In energy news, the company wanting to build a 200-mile natural gas pipeline through the region has declared a cash dividend for its shareholders. Cheniere Energy Partners will pay out 59 cents a share which is part of an annualized distribution of $2.36 per share. The payment will be made to shareholders of record as of Feb. 6th, with the payments to be made Feb. 14th. Cheniere will build the pipeline from Kingfisher, through the STACK and SCOOP plays to the Durant area. The pipeline will link up with one already in place which sends natural gas to the Gulf Coast, where it’s transformed to liquified natural gas and exported.
Energy and Metals
Crude oil on the NYMEX down slightly for the week, to $53.69 per barrel.
London-based Brent crude also down, to $61.64.
Natural gas with an off week as well, down to $3.17 per million BTUs.
Gold breaks the $1,300 barrier to $1,306; Silver is $15.73.
Grady County Basketball Tournament Results
Minco boys and Amber-Pocasset girls win championships at the 101st Grady County High School Basketball tournament over the weekend. Minco boys (No. 4 in Class 2A) defeated unranked Amber-Pocasset, 64-51. Sophomore Cooper Shirley led Minco with 23 points, while another sophomore, Nick Burchfield had 13 points. Ampo managed to hold 6-7 Minco senior Dayken Rackley to 13 points. Ampo’s big post player, 6-5 junior, Skylar Croskey, led the Panthers with 18 points, while senior Kale Kennedy scored 12 points. Ampo girls (No. 11 in Class 2A) won their second straight tournament and 21st overall with a 52-36 win over unranked Rush Springs. Ampo freshman Devynn Harris led all scorers with 19 points while sophomore Caton Muncy added 16. Rush Springs senior Bailey Beard had 10 points in the loss.
Caddo County Tournament Results
In the Caddo County Tournament, Cyril boys (No. 6 in Class A) defeated Carnegie (No. 9 in Class 2A), 72-49. Cyril defeated top-ranked Ft. Cobb-Broxton in the semi-finals, 61-57. In a top-10 match-up in the girls championship, Ft. Cobb-Broxton (No. 8 in Class A) kept Cyril (No. 4 in Class A) from winning its 4th straight county title. Ft. Cobb-Broxton takes a 37-34 win.
Heart of Oklahoma Tournament Results
Anadarko girls (No. 5 in 4A) defeated Sulphur (No. 6 in 3A) 46-35 to win the Heart of Oklahoma tournament in Purcell. It was the first loss of the year for Sulphur. Anadarko boys (No. 4 in 4A) lost the boy’s title in Purcell to unranked Plainview, 56-48. Plainview improves to 11-5 with the win.