Elgin’s Emily Poindexter catches a throw at first base as Eisenhower’s Tera Johnson tries to beat the throw. Poindexter went 3 for 3 to lead Elgin to a 9-0 win.
Elgin softball's top of the batting order is scary. Eisenhower found that out the hard way on Tuesday in a 9-0 defeat at home when the first four of Elgin's order combined to go 6 for 14 with five RBIs, four extra-base hits and all nine runs.
Cecelia Brown (4) makes a play at the net while Cache’s Amber Hoover (22) and Mac’s Whitney Brown (rear) look on. Cache totaled 20 aces and took down the Highlanders in straight sets.
Cache coach Kenny White asked Mariah Simpson to ditch her jump-serve earlier this season, but figured it would only be temporary. After the way the freshman served Tuesday, he may consider asking her to stay flat-footed in the future. 
Theater-goers stand in line outside of the Vaska to purchase tickets for “The Lawton Story” screening, which took place before the “Jesus Town USA” showing on Saturday.
Comanche County's own Holy City has made the international big screen in recent months with April's release of "Jesus Town USA," a film centering around the longest-running American passion play.
The Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra performs during its 2015-16 season opener, “An American Salute,” on Saturday. The orchestra’s music director and conductor is Jon Kalbfleisch.
The Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra kicked off its 2015-16 season, "Music, Music, Music!," with a resounding tribute to America and the Lawton community.
Tillman County Sheriff Bobby Whittington, right, and Deputy Tim Duncan were honored during the annual conference of the Oklahoma Sheriffs' Association in Oklahoma City. Whittington was named Sheriff of the Year and Duncan was recognized for the lifesaving effort of a suicidal man earlier this year.
FREDERICK  Tillman County has a law enforcement team led by a sheriff who recently was awarded a prestigious honor and a deputy recognized for a lifesaving effort.
Tearing it up on the Main Stage, Kalo added some fire to the blues during a sweltering version of Eric Clapton's "Crossroads" during last year's Medicine Park Blues Ball. Kalo will return this year with a performance on Saturday night.
Medicine Park will send off summer with the sound of the blues this weekend.
Elgin’s Emily Poindexter catches a throw at first base as Eisenhower’s Tera Johnson tries to beat the throw. Poindexter went 3 for 3 to lead Elgin to a 9-0 win.
Cecelia Brown (4) makes a play at the net while Cache’s Amber Hoover (22) and Mac’s Whitney Brown (rear) look on. Cache totaled 20 aces and took down the Highlanders in straight sets.
Theater-goers stand in line outside of the Vaska to purchase tickets for “The Lawton Story” screening, which took place before the “Jesus Town USA” showing on Saturday.
The Lawton Philharmonic Orchestra performs during its 2015-16 season opener, “An American Salute,” on Saturday. The orchestra’s music director and conductor is Jon Kalbfleisch.
Tillman County Sheriff Bobby Whittington, right, and Deputy Tim Duncan were honored during the annual conference of the Oklahoma Sheriffs' Association in Oklahoma City. Whittington was named Sheriff of the Year and Duncan was recognized for the lifesaving effort of a suicidal man earlier this year.
Tearing it up on the Main Stage, Kalo added some fire to the blues during a sweltering version of Eric Clapton's "Crossroads" during last year's Medicine Park Blues Ball. Kalo will return this year with a performance on Saturday night.

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