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Sports Brief: April 14

Eagle Update

Oklahoma Christian baseball defeated West Texas A&M at home on April 8 thanks to excellent pitching and clutch hitting. The final score was 7 to 5. 

Oklahoma Christian is in 11th place in the Lone Star Conference and only five games behind the Conference tournament cutoff of eighth place. With three series remaining, the Eagles still have the time to knock down some of the opponents ahead of them.

Oklahoma Christian will travel to Eastern New Mexico next weekend, with the series opening on Friday at 4 p.m.

Track and field spent the weekend in Wichita, Kansas, at the KT Woodman Classic, which gathered forty teams together from different levels of college competition.

Owen Pearce and Dylan Burrows both placed top five in the 1500 meters, finishing fourth and fifth with times of 3:51.42 and 3:51.44 respectively.

Torrion Montgomery won the long jump with a 7.18 meter jump, which converts to 23 feet and 5 inches.


The NBA postseason appears wide open, with numerous teams capable of reaching the finals.

In the Western Conference, teams like the Phoenix Suns, the Golden State Warriors, the Los Angeles Clippers and the Los Angeles Lakers lie not only just outside the top two seeds owned by the Denver Nuggets and the Memphis Grizzlies, but they are also loaded with skill and experience.

The Milwaukee Bucks, the Boston Celtics and the Philadelphia 76ers are favorites in the Eastern Conference, but the Cleveland Browns and the New York Knicks have also performed well this season.

The NBA Finals start on June 1, with Game 7 scheduled for June 18 if the series progresses that far.

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