LAWTON - Both Cameron hoops teams took the floor at the Aggie gymnasium Saturday afternoon. They were happy to be home after going a combined 1-7 on the four-game road trip between the men and women.

The Lady Aggies took the floor against the St. Mary of San Antonio Lady Rattlers. After going 1-3 on the road trip, the Lady Aggies couldn’t get settled in and committed 14 turnovers.

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ELGIN - “Hard work beats talent when talent fails to work hard,” said Elgin High School’s new head football coach Rob Renshaw. After being unanimously hired by Elgin’s Board of

LAWTON - All three Lawton high achools opened up their season this week.

Lawton High’s girls were really never in the game and lost to a very good Midwest City team 67-33

The LHS boys were looking to pull off an upset of the number 5 ranked Midwest City Bombers and at the half were feeling pretty good about their goal.

Lawton High led Midwest City at the half, but the Bombers came on strong late and won 75-63.

 

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LAWTON - The Cameron Lady Aggies and Aggies opened Lone Star Conference play this week. The teams split 1-1 respectively.

The week opened up on Nov. 30 when the Aggies and Lady Aggies took to Cameron gymnasium to take on the Texas A&M Commerce Lions and Lady Lions. The Lady Aggies got out to an early lead. The score being 18-12 Cameron after the first qaurter.

The Lady Lions would battle back to make it 27-25 going into the half. A&M would lead most of the second half, but the Aggies would get hot late and push it into overtime. 

 

ELGIN - Imagine this. You’re walking into a football stadium, a basketball and volleyball gym, or a baseball and softball field and all you can see is a sea full of people wearing red.

There are no more places to sit and there is hardly any standing room left. A loud student section that is always dressed up with a theme, signs and posters everywhere, and fans yelling in the stands supporting their high school athletes – this is what it is like anytime you walk into an Elgin sporting event.

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