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The summer tennis program came to an end this week with a celebration and tournament.
tennis slideYounger tennis students enjoyed snacks and a water slide Thursday while the older students showed off their skills in a series of tournaments.
“This was a great summer,” said coach Dustin Mosco. We had a lot of kids that turned out and introduced some new children to the sport. Our older students will be making a great addition to our school teams.”
In the Friday tournaments, Jordan Osterdock took first in the 18 and under boys singles. He was followed by John Ritter in second, Josh Osterdock third and Grant Holder in fourth.
Kellyn Lollis was the first place winner in the 18 and under girls singles with Tamra Smith placing second and Andrea Wade in third.
The 18 and under doubles saw the brother team of Josh and Jordan Osterdock take first with 6-4 wins over Grant Holder and John Ritter.
The 14 and under girls singles had Storm Miller winning first, Avalynn Cantrell in second and Kiera Montgomery in third place.
Nick Hudson was the 14 and under boys single champion with Jaden Herring in second and Blaze Hill taking third.
The 14 and under doubles finished with Blaze Hill and Brighton Cantrell in first and the team of Seth Hudson and Gavin Williams second.

Next Monday, football and cheerleading signups will be held for the Dewar Pee Wee football season.
The signups are set at 6 p.m. in the Dewar school cafeteria and costs $50. It is open to youngsters from first through sixth grade.
All football players need to bring their birth certificates. Cheerleaders are not required to have their birth certificate.

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The Henryetta Chaos stormed ahead this weekend to become the 8 and Under state champions in the OK Kids tournament.
That title victory was a real thrill for the Henryetta girls since they downed the Stigler Shock girls who had won in an earlier match. That loss put the Chaos into the number two seed in the gold bracket.
Henryetta won over Red Oak 10-8 then enjoyed a commanding 14-9 win over the Durant Cubs to go into the finals.
Facing the Shock in the championship, the Henryetta team won 8-3 for the title.
Showing off their championship rings are: Front Row (L-R): Kamryn Baughman, Madison Rock, Cialee Watkins, Emma Hinkle, Raigen Randall and Peyton Farrow. Middle Row (L-R): Keegan Hamric, Emmery Hall, Shyan Snelson , Lexi Greenhaw, Korbyn Anderson, Raygin Thomas and Alyssa Baughman (Bat Girl). Coaches (L-R): Reggie Stanton, Chance Hinkle, Danny Hoover and Darren Rock.(Head Coach)

HHS golfer Skylar Smallwood spent this past week watching ladies golf at its best.skylar smallwood
Smallwood, daughter of Joe and Laurie Smallwood, was one of the volunteers at the Northwest Arkansas LPGA championship at Rogers.
She was tasked with carrying the standards for three days. Those standards bore the name of the three-member group and how they were progressing.
Even though Skylar was not involved in the spectacular final round, she did see some of the top names in golf.
The tournament ended with Japan’s Nasa Hataoka blazing through the course with 21-under.
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Saturday was a perfect day for golf as six teams vied for top honors in the annual Henryetta Lions Club tournament.
The team of Trent Miller, Randy Massey, Michael Miller and Zack Taylor captured first with a blazing score of 60 in 18 holes.
Placing second were Matt, Orville, Brandon and Warren followed by Brian, Patty, Dale and Larry in third place.
The closest to the pin title went to Orville while Zack captured longest drive.