, Muskogee, OK

December 5, 2012

Sports briefs

Phoenix wire reports

MHS QB Club sets booster meeting

Muskogee High Quarterback Club will meet at 6 p.m. Wednesday at the hospitality room at Indian Bowl to elect new booster club officers. Contact: Mark Garrett, (918) 781-3702.

Bacone releases baseball schedule

Bacone baseball coach J.T. Severe revealed the 2013 baseball schedule which features 53 games with 33 home contests.

Bacone begins the season with a single game against Saint Gregory’s on Jan. 29. The Warriors follow with a three-game home stand versus Friends University, Feb. 2-3, before traveling to Oklahoma Wesleyan on Feb. 5.

The regular season concludes against Oklahoma Baptist on Apr. 21.

CSC women rout St. Gregory’s

The Connors State women rolled to an easy 107-33 victory over visiting St. Gregory’s Junior Varsity Tuesday night at Melvin Self Field House.

Raven Massey led the Cowgirls’ scoring with 24 points, with Kami Bunch adding 17 and Sha’ Georgia Williams 14 points. All 11 Cowgirls (7-4) got into the scoring against St. Gregory’s.

Tulsa dismisses AD

TULSA – Tulsa University has fired athletic director Ross Parmley, who was named in the federal investigation into an alleged bookie in Oklahoma City.

Tulsa President Steadman Upham says Parmley told him in October 2011 that he was cooperating in an FBI investigation related to the gambling case, this when Parmley was still interim AD. He was formally named to the post in January.

Upham says Parmley assured him he hadn’t gambled on sports beyond friendly golf games, but Upham says he learned late last month that Parmley “had not been truthful.” The school put Parmley on administrative leave on Nov. 27.

Upham says the private university is cooperating with the NCAA.