This summer has been anything but ordinary for young athletes across the state, but for Seiling’s Hudson Hamar, Brock Gore, Jacob Colvard and Jaron Hunter, they finally got to compete on the hardwood for the 3T’s travel team. The squad traveled to Oklahoma City last weekend to play in the Oklahoma Roundball Fourth Annual Challenge, where they won four out of their five games to earn second place at the event.
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While many of the travel teams in Oklahoma started their summer schedules in early June, the 3T’s high school boys’ team chose to hold off until the end of the month before hitting the hardwood. Seiling’s Braxton Hamar and Noah Hammons are competing for 3T’s again this summer, and took part in their first tournament in Oklahoma City this past weekend.
The Seiling 14U softball team traveled to Elk City for a doubleheader against Merritt and Elk City last week. While the girls dropped the first contest to the Lady Oilers, the defeated the hometown Elkettes to move to 3-3 on the season.
The Oklahoma Cross Country and Track Coaches Association released their 2020 All-State Track Team, naming Seiling’s Brya Nyberg on the Class A Girls’ Team in early June. Despite the track season being cancelled due to the spread of COVID-19, the coaches decided to honor those athletes who were expected to have big years in track and field by putting these rosters together.
While athletes across the state are finally getting to participate in workouts and games, Seiling’s Ethan Louthan has been competing with his travel team for three weeks now on the baseball diamond. This past week, Louthan and Skills Baseball 17U took part in the 2020 Perfect Game Baseball Association’s 17U Open in Oklahoma City.