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Baseball Vikings drop pair to Cisco

CISCO — Despite a two-run homer from Ray Henderson-Lozano in the second game, Grayson College was unable to bounce back from a walkoff Game 1 loss against Cisco College, dropping both ends of a NTJCAC doubleheader on Saturday, 4-3 and 5-3.

ECU trips Storm in extra innings

DURANT — Southeastern got a pair of game-tying home runs from Logan Terwilliger and Brandon Grimsley, but the Savage Storm was unable to find that magic again in the bottom of the 11th inning in a 9-7 loss to rival East Central in the series opener on Saturday afternoon.

Grayson softball sweeps twin bill

HILLSBORO — Megan Rosewell pitched a three-hitter in Game 1 and followed that up with a five-inning one-hit shutout as Grayson College swept a NTJCAC softball doubleheader from Hill College on Saturday, 6-1 and 8-0, to end the regular season for the Lady Vikings.

Foster, James lead Storm to 3rd place

HOT SPRINGS, Ark. — Southeastern stormed back in the final round by going seven-under as a team thanks to a pair of scores in the 60s, including a hole-in-one by Pottsboro’s Hayden Foster, to finish third at the Great American Conference Championship.

Storm sweep GAC net championships

BENTONVILLE, Ark. — After posting back-to-back regular-season men’s conference championships, No. 24 Southeastern finally broke through in the postseason with a 5-4 win over rival No. 38 East Central to collect its first ever Great American Conference postseason championship on Saturday afternoon.

Vikings close in on crown with sweep

Kyle Weatherly fired a two-hit shutout with 12 strikeouts and no walks in the opener, and Ray Henderson-Lozano’s 5-for-5, four-RBI showing with a homer and three doubles in the second game powered Grayson College to an NTJCAC sweep of Temple College on Wednesday at Dub Hayes Field, 3-0 and 9-2.

SE splits Senior Day doubleheader

DURANT — Southeastern and No. 20 Southern Arkansas combined for 36 runs over two games as the teams split a Saturday doubleheader with the Muleriders taking Game 1, 15-10, before the Savage Storm answered with a 9-2 win in the series finale.

Chaney signs with Ashland

Whitesboro senior Brent Chaney signed his national letter of intent to run track for Ashland (Ohio) University. He chose the nationally ranked Division II program over Western State (Colorado), Tarleton State and Grand Valley State. He will run the 400 meter hurdles and on the 4x400 relay for Ashland. Chaney qualified for the Class 3A state track meet as a junior, finishing eighth in the 300 hurdles.

Morris to throw for Tarleton State

Whitesboro senior Mikayla Morris signed her national letter of intent to compete in track and field for Tarleton State University. She chose the TexAnns over UT-San Antonio and Cowley Junior College in Kansas. She will throw the shot put, discus and javelin at Tarleton. Morris is a three-time state qualifier who was the state runner-up in the discus as a sophomore and placed fifth last spring as a junior.

Denison’s Marr signs letter with ACU

During his senior season Drew Marr wasn’t able to play one sport and he took on the challenge of a new one. But his main sport, baseball, was always the target after he tore the ACL in his left knee sliding into home plate in early June.