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WOSC Pioneer teammates, Luis Rodriguez, Rodrigo Montenegro, Tucker Lemay, Caleb Isaacs and Easton Hernandez.

Duke Basketball Coach Nick Gable

Derek Myers, new wrestling coach at Altus Public Schools, pictured with his wife, Kalyn, children, Kingston, left, and Lyncoln, and parents, Mark and Michelle.

Dr. Micheal Geiger, OD, Altus optometrist, addressed Club Scrub last month about the process of education and practice of optometry, as part of an ongoing program of local professionals talking to students interested in the medical field.

Natalie Blonien, AHS freshman

Juan Pimental and Chayce Bryant.

Tito Jones and Assistant Coach Matt Cartwright confer.

Jose Guillen, left, and catcher Rodrigo Montenegro, with pitcher Juan Pimental.

Jose Guillen and Chayce Bryant.

WOSC Pioneers Rodeo Team: left, Assistant Coach Mitch Davis, Blayne Horne, JC Yeahquo, Garret Elmore, Stran Morris, Jessen James, and LJ Yeahquo.

The Western Oklahoma State College (WOSC) Pioneers are heading to their 8th NJCAA Division II World Series in Enid at the David Allen Memorial Ball Park. A public send-off gathering will be near the ball field at 12:30 p.m. on Friday, May 28. The first game will be against Kirkwood at 1 p.m. on Saturday the 29th. The Pioneers won 5 straight games to come through the losers bracket, defeating Northern Oklahoma College, Tonkawa, 8-0; National Park College, 13-2; Northern Oklahoma College, Enid, 10-0; and University of Arkansas, Rich Mountain (twice), 9-2 and 6-1. The overall 2021 season record for the Western Pioneers is 41-12.

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