It’s one of those weeks where everything is preceeded by “weather permitting.”

The Stillwater High wrestlers’ scheduled dual at Bartlesville tonight was called off on Monday. Doug Chesbro’s squad will try and get on the mat Thursday when Enid visits SHS Fieldhouse.

“We will try to re-schedule it, but it’s hard to find a place to squeeze it in this time of year,” said Chesbro, whose squad is 0-1 after last week’s loss to Sapulpa. “You want to get these kids as many matches as possible.”

The dual with Enid is the final date before the holiday break.

SHS basketball games at Enid were “to-be-determined” as of Monday night. Icy roads forced the cancelation of school in Enid, but there is a possibility tonight’s games will be played with the girls tipping off at 6:30 p.m.

The Lady Pioneers are 0-2 after last Friday’s 58-44 loss at Edmond North. Jasmine Smith is averaging 20 points per game and coming off a career-high 22-point outing against North.

Enid is 4-1 after a third place finish at the Altus Tournament over the weekend. The Pacers returned its top three scorers from a 14-9 squad a year ago — Dysyan Malone, Natasha Flynn and Tia Morris.

Enid’s boys (3-2) lost to Ardmore in the semifinals of the Arvest/Conoco Tournament in Bartlesville on Friday but bounced back to beat Tulsa Rogers for third on Saturday.

Nick Choate, a 6-3 senior, and Chance Cravens, a 6-4 junior, lead the Plainsmen, who finished 14-11 a year ago.

Michael Davis’ Pioneers bounced back from a tough loss at fourth-ranked Jenks with a win over Edmond North. Senior Jamell Cormier scored 29 points to lead SHS, while Sean Morgan knocked down four three-point field goals and finished with 17 points.

Senior Robert Dalcour scored a career-high 21 points in the opener.

Kurt Goebel’s swimmers are scheduled to host Enid on Thursday.

Of course, everything depends on Mother Nature this week.

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