4 SPORTS - 22 CHAMPIONSHIPS!
27 NJCAA All-Americans
71 Academic All-Americans
Thursday March 3rd:
The Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets men's basketball season came to an end at the NJCAA Region II Basketball Tournament in Shawnee, OK. The Jets were defeated by Northeastern Oklahoma A&M 88-69. The Jets end the season with a record of 19-11.
Wednesday March 2nd:
The Jets advanced to the NJCAA Region II Semi-Finals after defeating Carl Albert State College 57-47. They will play Redlands Community College at 3pm on Friday March 4th at St. Gregory's University in Shawnee, OK. The game can be heard on KCRC 1390.
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NOC Enid Jets baseball defeated Butler County Community College 7-3 and improve their record to 16-1 on the season. Sophomore, Justin Brown, hit for the cycle in leading the Jets to victory.
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Northern Oklahoma College Enid sports players of the week are Jesus Izquierdo, basketball; Brooke Huffman, softball; and Will Sprayberry, baseball.
Coaches made the selections for the week ending Feb. 28.
According to Connor Brooks, assistant men’s basketball coach, Izquierdo scored 18 points against Eastern Oklahoma State College at Wilburton Feb. 22 and tallied 24 points Feb. 25 against Connors State College in Enid.
Izquierdo is a 6’4” freshman from Yaracuy, Venezuela, and a graduate of Sunrise Christian Academy, Bel Aire, Kan.
Assistant softball coach Garrett Hannah described Huffman as “a key player for our team this past week as we travelled to Colby, Coffeyville and Frank Phillips.
“She went 7-12 with 2 doubles and a triple while driving in 3 runs and scoring 4 times. She has had tremendous success this season as she is our Designated Player most of the time but also comes in late in the game to pinch-hit and give us a boost when we need it the most. While Brooke is successful on the softball field, she continues to do the same in the classroom, boasting a 3.4 GPA.”
Huffman is a freshman from McLoud and a graduate of McLoud High School.
“Over the past weekend Will hit .563, with 2 home runs, 2 doubles, a triple and 9 RBI’s,” assistant baseball coach Scott Mansfield said. “He helped lead our team to a 4-0 record this weekend with wins over Metropolitan Community College-Longview at Lee Summitt, Mo., and Hesston (Kan.) College.”
Sprayberry is a sophomore outfielder from Moore and a graduate of Moore High School.
Ty Lazenby of Glencoe has been named Northern Oklahoma College Enid men’s basketball player of the week, according to Greg Shamburg, Jets head men’s coach.
“Ty scored 14 points in our win over NEO and had 26 points in our win over Western,” reported assistant men’s coach Connor Brooks.
Lazenby is a 6’5” freshman and a graduate of Glencoe High School.