Warren completes successful freshman softball campaign

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It did not take long for Abbey Warren of Marlow to make an impact for the Cameron University softball team.
During her freshman year Warren started 38 games, and played in 48 of Cameron’s 53 games. She had a .295 batting average with 32 runs, 33 hits, six doubles, four home runs, and 17 RBI. Her on-base percentage was .394.

Coffman seeks to extend career

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Trey CoffmanTrey Coffman is ready for another baseball adventure.
The former Marlow Outlaw recently completed his second and final year at Carl Albert State College in Poteau, and now hopes he can continue his career for two more years.

Rich looking to set more records

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Maci Rich definitely left a mark in her third year of track at Oklahoma Christian University in Edmond. In fact, her name is in the record books, and even written on track batons.

Yates adjusting to college game

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A WHOLE NEW LEVELWhen everyone on your team was a high school star like yourself, the level of competition can be a big jump from high school.
That was the case for former Marlow High School standout Nick Yates, who signed with Southwestern Oklahoma State University in Weatherford in 2015. Yates even had more obstacles than most of his teammates to overcome missing most of his senior year in high school due to an injury.

O’Dell signs with UCO

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ON THE DOTTED LINEBraeden O’Dell graduated Marlow in May as one of the most highly decorated athletes in school history. Now, he will get to showcase his talents at the next level.
Monday, O’Dell, who starred in four sports at the school, signed a letter-of-intent to play basketball at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond.