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<p>Young Guns won the Ring Tournament in Del City this past weekend, taking first out of nine teams. The Young Guns brought home a first-place trophy and rings. The team is comprised of girls from surrounding areas, including: Front (from left) — Ericka Calderon (Greenwood), Natalie Scherry (Van Buren), Emily Tuck (Greenwood), and Lisa Moore (Cedarville). Back — coach Neisha Gladness, Shakyrah Gladness (Spiro), Shandri Jackson (Vian), Dache’ Benge (Spiro), Chloe Ulrich (Spiro), Haley Bake (Cedarville), Lucy Shelly (Cedarville), and coach Terry Moore.</p>

Young Guns won the Ring Tournament in Del City this past weekend, taking first out of nine teams. The Young Guns brought home a first-place trophy and rings. The team is comprised of girls from surrounding areas, including: Front (from left) — Ericka Calderon (Greenwood), Natalie Scherry (Van Buren), Emily Tuck (Greenwood), and Lisa Moore (Cedarville). Back — coach Neisha Gladness, Shakyrah Gladness (Spiro), Shandri Jackson (Vian), Dache’ Benge (Spiro), Chloe Ulrich (Spiro), Haley Bake (Cedarville), Lucy Shelly (Cedarville), and coach Terry Moore.

Young Guns won the Ring Tournament in Del City this past weekend, taking first out of nine teams. The Young Guns brought home a first-place trophy and rings. The team is comprised of girls from surrounding areas, including: Front (from left) — Ericka Calderon (Greenwood), Natalie Scherry (Van Buren), Emily Tuck (Greenwood), and Lisa Moore (Cedarville). Back — coach Neisha Gladness, Shakyrah Gladness (Spiro), Shandri Jackson (Vian), Dache’ Benge (Spiro), Chloe Ulrich (Spiro), Haley Bake (Cedarville), Lucy Shelly (Cedarville), and coach Terry Moore.

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