High School: Attending Liberty Academy, Burkhead achieved the Most Improved Player title in 2012. Burkhead also helped her team become State Runners Up in volleyball. She also was named to the Honor Roll.
2012: Dupoint attended Coffeyville Community College, where he ran Cross Country for one year.
High School: A Elgin High School, Dupoint helped his team achieve regional champs in 2010 and 2011 for cross country and track. His senior year, Dupoint helps his team become state champs. Dupoint also became a state champ in the 3200, 3200 relay and grabbed runner up for pole-vaulting.
CHICKASHA – The Drovers won’t just host a quality soccer program this Sunday in Chickasha — the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma will host the Game of the Week and a national broadcasting crew.
The (18) Drover men will take on Bethel (Tenn.), a prominent program that is receiving votes nationally. Kick off is scheduled for 2 p.m. CST on Sept. 15 in Chickasha.
CHICKASHA – Perry Sansford came into the game looking for goal no. 1 of the season, and ended up getting the Drovers first hat trick of the season in a 7-0 shutout of Friends University on Tuesday night.
The Drovers, came out swinging and lit up the scoreboard against the Falcons, earning their second clean sheet.
Drovers (2-2) totaled 24 shots, while the defense held their own, only allowing six shots the entire game.
CHICKASHA – The Drover women soccer team looked to be heading to their third overtime game of the year when a goal by Friends University sealed the victory for the Falcons in the Tuesday night game.
Falcon Meagen Beals, who had three shots on the game, with two being saved by USAO goalkeeper Addie Lee, scored the game-winning goal.
The Drovers (0-4) had the advantage all night with the shot count, but ultimately fell off a set piece that went over the head of the goalkeeper. The leader for USAO in shots was junior Jade Ovendale, who had seven of the 16 Drover shots.
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