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Road Warriors

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Off to one of its best starts under head coach Davee Deaton, El Reno High School’s softball team remains undefeated with a 6-1 win at Duncan last week. The win
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Clock strikes zero

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The clock has hit zero.

El Reno High School’s football team will open up the 2019 season Friday at Memorial Stadium with only one scrimmage under its belt.

“It’s here and we’ve got to get four good days of practice in this week before we open the season,” said El Reno head coach Chuck Atchison.

Friday’s game completes a two-game contract with Poteau in which the schools play in what the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association deems as Zero Week.

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Indians FB to host Clinton, Ike on Friday

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Football will have a very vanilla feel for El Reno High School come Friday night as the Indians host a triangular scrimmage with both Clinton and Lawton Eisenhower.

The event was originally set for just Clinton and will serve as the Indians only preseason work.

El Reno opens the 2019 season Aug. 30 with a home game against Poteau.

“I’m just looking for effort and people running to the football. We are not going to scheme either team, just go out there and run our plays,” said El Reno head coach Chuck Atchison.

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From the sidelines: Beard proves with a simple act her school spirit carries on past high school playing days

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School pride, some graduates say, is lost once a student leaves the hallowed halls of high school and enters college or the real world.

If that is a true statement, someone forgot to ask Massey Beard.

The 2018 graduate of El Reno High School begins her second year at Southern Nazarene University and her first term in the nursing program after a year of medical-related basic courses.