2013: Adams was the Drovers’ starting catcher in nearly every game of the season as a redshirt sophomore. At the plate, he was a strong batter, averaging .307 and recording 46 hits on the season. He was second on the team in doubles with 15. Also solid behind the plate, Adams ended the season with a fielding percentage of .990. Adams is one of two returning starters for the 2014 season. Against Bacone, Adams hit a walk-off two-RBI homer in a late rally for the win.
Funeral Mass for Helen Elizabeth Powers, 92, of Chickasha, Oklahoma will be held at 10 a.m., Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012 at the Holy Name Catholic Church. Helen Elizabeth Powers was born Sept. 20, 1919 in Chickasha, the daughter of William Patrick and Mary Fauntleroy (Downey) Sullivan. She died Jan. 3, 2012 in Oklahoma City. She and John Semion Powers were married Aug. 3, 1942. He preceded her in death in 1949. Helen graduated from Oklahoma College for Women and received her Masters Degree from Oklahoma University. She taught kindergarten at St. Joseph Academy until 1958.
Mrs. Donna Kaye (Kitchens) (Austin) Long, 78, of Norman, passed away at home Saturday, Dec. 10, 2011. Memorial services will be 2:30 p.m. Sunday at Havenbrook Funeral Home chapel. Kaye was born in Chickasha on Oct. 17, 1933. She received a bachelors degree in education at Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha and her masters degree from OU in education administration.
Avis Williams Harris died January 2, 2012, in Oklahoma City at the age of 100. She was born on July 16, 1911 in Fletcher, Oklahoma to Joel and Laura Williams. After graduating from Fletcher High School in 1929, she attended the Oklahoma College for Women in Chickasha, Oklahoma. While in Chickasha, she met Haskell Harris and they were married in December of 1930. They were married for 71 years until Haskell's death in 2002. Avis devoted her life to her family and her church. She was a longtime member of Trinity Baptist Church and Quail Springs Baptist Church.
CHICKASHA — The Drover men delivered yet another home win on Saturday afternoon, defeating the Saint Gregory's Cavaliers at home despite a rough start.
The Drovers trailed the entire first half before forcing a tie less than a minute before halftime. The Drovers took their first lead of the game a few minutes into the second half, a lead they maintained — except for three ties — all but once.
USAO’s last nine points of the game came off free throws. The Drovers won the game 66-60.