Big names help make camp success

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STANCESMarlow wrestling coaches are trying to help the program return to its glory days and they received a boost this year with a wrestling camp featuring mixed martial arts (MMA) world champion Johny Hendricks and University of Oklahoma assistant coach Michael Lightner, a Marlow native.

Black is new blue coach

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READY TO GOGinger Black may be the new softball coach at Bray-Doyle, but she is no stranger to the campus having spent time as a substitute teacher last year.
The Lady Donkeys began practice last week for the upcoming season with nine players on the high school team and five on the junior high.

Outlaws getting ready

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WORKING HARDFootball practice does not officially start until Aug. 11, but the Marlow Outlaws have been hard at work already to get ready or the upcoming season.
A few weeks ago, the Outlaws began summer workouts in the weight room. This month is seeing the coaches get together with quarterbacks, centers, and receivers to work on the passing game.

Babblin' Brooks - Really special kids

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It seems every month we are inundated with a particular month being named after some type of awareness. There are all types, but usually the ones that get the most attention are the ones related to health.

Looking ahead to future: Brooks focuses on faith, career

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TOP OF HIS GAMERyan Brooks has his priorities, and people may be surprised to hear wrestling is not at the top.
Home for the summer, the former Marlow High School standout used his dominance on the mat to get a scholarship, but is using his scholarship to prepare for the future.