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The Henryetta Knights had Christmas come early Tuesday in the form of two monetary donations that will go a long way toward some much needed equipment.
Jennifer and Dillin Munholland presented HHS football coach Lance Beck with a check then that was followed up with notification that former Hen and pro football player Troy Aikman would be providing $10,000 to the program. A planned FaceTime call from Aikman to Beck was unable to be completed.
The presentations were made at the start of the HHS 7 on 7 passing tournament.
“This money is something that will give our program a real boost,” Beck said. “We have been trying to raise money to replace a lot of our old weightlifting equipment and buy new helmets and jerseys as well as other items for the team.”
A third donation involving former OU head football coach Bob Stoops was an air and surface purification device.
The Vollard Air and Surface Pro is said to be able to reduce over 99 percent of COVID particles within three minutes as well as removing other bacteria, dust, soot and airborne contaminates.
Presented by Sustainable Solutions managing partner Steve McKinney, the equipment is going to be autographed by Stoops and will be placed in the football field house by the end of the month. Stoops is a partner in the company.

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