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Lauren Carter

CHICKASHA– The final regular season whistle has gone off. The Drover women soccer team will clinch the sixth seed with a 3-0 victory over Northwood on Tuesday afternoon.

The Drovers (6-10, 5-5) came in to the day knowing they will be heading to postseason play were fighting for the sixth seed. With the win, the Drovers will be traveling on Saturday for the Sooner Athletic Conference tournament opener. The winner of the SAC Tournament...

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CHICKASHA – Despite an early lead, the Drover women could not overcome the No. 20 Oklahoma City Stars on Senior Day on Friday at Drover Pitch.

The Stars (12-4, 8-1) stopped a three-game shutout streak for the Drovers (5-10, 4-5).

In the first 15 minutes of the game, Jade Ovendale scored her 17th goal of the season off a pass by senior Linda Addo.

The Drovers maintained their lead through the half, but OCU’s...

Ryah Vyse

CHICKASHA– With the Drover women’s soccer team going into Tuesday afternoon’s game riding a two-game winning streak, the USAO defense came up big to make it three in a row.

The Drovers (5-9, 4-4) grab their season-high third win in a row in a 3-0 victory against Southwestern Assemblies of God in the Sooner Athletic Conference matchup in Waxahachie, Texas.

The shot count was heavily in the Drovers favor as the offense took 14...

Jade Ovendale

CHICKASHA– After a week of Drover dominance, Jade Ovendale has won her second Sooner Athletic Conference women’s soccer Offensive Player of the Week of the season.

Ovendale continued her scoring success of the 2013 season with five goals and one assist in the award week of Oct. 21-27. Including in the five-goal week was her second hat trick of the season against Southwestern Christian, which she scored all goals in the first half....

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CHICKASHA – The Drovers had no trouble against Southwestern Christian on Saturday afternoon, dominating the Eagles 6-0 thanks in part to a Jade Ovendale first-half hat trick.

It was the Drovers (4-9, 3-4) second conference shutout of the week, having toppled Mid-America Christian 3-0 on Tuesday.

The game was delayed 45 minutes due to rain and lightning in the Chickasha area, but within five minutes of kick off, Ovendale...

Linda Addo

OKLAHOMA CITY– The Drovers got the season’s first shutout against Mid-America with a score of 3-0 on Tuesday afternoon.

In the game, the Drovers couldn’t get many shots off, but they did not let that define them or the game.

The shot count in the first half was to the Evangels advantage as they had an 11 shots the USAO’s one, but it was the one that count for the Drovers as a game winner. Jade Ovendale took the Drovers only shot...

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CHICKASHA – A Drover rally just came too late on Saturday afternoon as the University of Science and Arts of Oklahoma dropped to Texas Wesleyan 2-1.

In a game that was a stalemate until nearly 70 minutes in, the Lady Rams (9-2-2, 3-2-1) found a way to top the Drovers (2-9, 1-4) in the end.

TWU’s Lauren Kee scored both for the Lady Rams, sliding them through the left side of the goal.

Trailing 2-0, USAO was able to answer...

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CHICKASHA – USAO’s Jade Ovendale was named Sooner Athletic Conference Offensive Player of the Week on Monday after netting four goals in two games.

After scoring the USAO’s only goal in a home loss to John Brown on Tuesday, Ovendale scored a hat trick — with an assist — to lead the Drovers to their first conference win on the road at Saint Gregory’s.

In total, Ovendale has 10 goals and four assists on the season, leading...

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CHICKASHA– The Drovers have been looking for win number one in the SAC for weeks and have received the win with a 5-2 victory at Saint Gregory’s.

Jade Ovendale, junior was the reason for the win as she was in the decision for all four first half goals. Ovendale was the scorer of three goals in the game and had an assist in the fourth goal to help the Drovers (2-8, 1-3) to the win.

The Drovers overall made an offensive push to...

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CHICKASHA – With the Drover women’s soccer season starting off less than ideal, senior Lauren Carter said that just makes the team want to work harder and follow through with all 90 minutes of a game.

‘It’s definitely been a rough start. Our record doesn’t really reflect us as a team I feel like,” Carter said. “We are really trying to come together as a team and finish the game strong and get another win.”