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Just before winter break, the Charles Page High School wrestling team ventured to Kansas City and saw some of the nation’s best wrestlers. It was a learning experience, and the Sandites made sure to reflect that Tuesday, Jan. 7 at Clyde Boyd Middle School. Returning to the mats for the first time in 2020, the Sandites cruised past Bixby, 55-18, while dropping only three matches along the way. “All of our guys wrestled hard,” Sand Springs coach Jarrod Patterson said. “We came away with wins in all the close matches.”...

1/13/2020

ENID — Marlo Fox found himself with three fouls before the end of the first quarter. Davon Richardson found himself in the same spot before halftime. Charles Page High School found itself in need some players to fill the void, and sure enough there were plenty that did. Jaden Hurd scored 14 points and had seven rebounds to lead Class 6A No. 6 Sand Springs to a 61-36 victory over Bixby in the championship game of the Enid Holiday Classic....

1/2/2020

STILLWATER -- A few Stillwater forfeits and some victories with bonus points helped Class 6A No. 7 Sand Springs escape Stillwater with a 36-31 victory to open the wrestling season Tuesday, Dec. 3 on the road. “I thought the boys wrestled hard,” Sand Springs coach Jarrod Patterson. “It was our first time competing this year, so there were a lot of mistakes that we need to do better as a team.” After falling behind 8-0 through the first two weights, Sand Springs (1-0) rebounded with wins at 120 pounds (Caden Vaughn) and Seth Jones (126). Vaughn scored a win by fall over Stillwater’s Henry Warren, and Jones followed with a 6-0 win over Cade Nicholas....

12/7/2019

The Sand Springs boys basketball team started the season outscoring Ponca City by seven points in both the first and second quarters. The Sandites were cruising en route to a 14-point lead at halftime, and they eventually recorded a 75-64 victory over the Wildcats. But Sand Springs’ performance left something to be desired, Sand Springs coach Eric Savage said. “Really disappointed in our team’s lack of focus and loss of composure in the fourth quarter,” Savage said. “We have a lot of work to do.”...

12/2/2019

On tap for 2019-2020 The Charles Page High School boys will take the hardwood with three returning players this season. Davon Richardson, Josh Minney and Mario Fox return to the lineup after being in last season’s starting lineup. The Sandites figure to be major players in the Class 6A basketball landscape during the 2019-2020 campaign. “We’ve built some momentum the last several years,” Sand Springs coach Eric Savage said. “We are just taking baby steps from where we came from and just slowly build each year.” Quick look back The Sandites burst out of the gates last season, winning nine of their first 10 games. Sand Springs enjoyed wins over Broken Arrow (twice), Muskogee (twice), Northwest Classen and plenty others during regular season play. In two regular season tournaments, the Sandites finished third at the Veterans Arena tournament at Tulsa Memorial and second at the Duncan Invitational. In playoff action, Sand Springs bulldozed Enid and Southmoore to claim a regional championship — the team’s first since 1962. In area play, the Sandites came up short of the state tournament with back-to-back losses to Sapulpa and Putnam City North. Richardson, a 6-foot-4 senior guard, averaged 16 points per game last season. Minney (6-5 senior forward) and Fox (5-10 junior guard) combined to average 19 points per contest last season....

11/25/2019

Sand Springs was tasked with taking down the district’s top team if it wanted to stay home for the playoffs. Sure enough, the Sandites knocked off Owasso and will now have teams arriving at their field with a state tournament berth up for grabs. The win over the Rams assured the Sandites of finishing ahead of Jenks in District 6A-3 and hosting Enid, Sapulpa and Choctaw in regional tournament play. ...

10/7/2019

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