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May 24, 2014

Area sports briefs

Eufaula ex ties for 15th

Former Oktaha Lady Tiger Kailey Campbellposted a final round 76 to finish in a tie for 15th at the NAIA Women’s Golf Championships on Friday in Lincoln, Neb.

Campbell, who plays for Oklahoma City University, carded a four-round total of 306 to help OCU to its second straight national championship. The Stars finished in a tie with SCAD-Savannah (Ga.) at 1,209 but won the title on the first playoff hole.

Rougher signs with Eastern

Muskogee basketball player Anthony King made his decision last week as to where he will play collegiately.

King signed a national letter of intent to play at Eastern State College in Wilburton.


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