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McLEOD, Texas — McLeod's Keldyn Schubert has qualified for the Class 2A state track meet for the third time in his high school career in the 300 meter hurdles.

Schubert will competed this year, not having a junior season due to COVID-19 and after claiming the silver medal his sophomore year.

His story begins before that, though. When Schubert was a fourth grader, he was at track practice one day with his parents and told them he'd go to state in hurdles one day.

Little did they know then that he'd qualify for the event every year in high school. Even though his ticket was punched as the "Wild Card" he'll be entering the competition with the 5th fastest time for the season.

The star Longhorns earned his ticket to the state touranament as a wild card. He was the fifth-fastest time in the event.

Schubert also will compete in the boys All-Star basketball game in San Antonio late this year.

Kennedy going to state

HUGHES SPRINGS, Texas —Hughes Springs' talented Adriana Kennedy has qualified in the triple jump for the state track and field championships. Kennedy placed third in the regional meet at Whitehouse.

Kennedy leaped 36-3 3/4 to earn a berth in the state meet.

Kennedy also competed in the 800 relay and 4/400 relay, but both failed to qualify.

Recruiting

Brown to visit OU

NORMAN, Okla. — The Oklahoma Sooners received some good news from the recruiting trail earlier in the week. Soon, the world of recruiting will see several restrictions lifted.

This will allow, among other things, prospects to begin taking their in-person official visits. One recruit who has locked-in his trip to Norman is Texarkana, Texas, defensive lineman Derrick Brown.

The talented pass rusher and edge defender announced via social media he'd be on campus from September 17-19.

Currently, that weekend in September is set for the Sooners to host Nebraska.

College golf

Middle Tenn. wins third

TEXARKANA, Ark. The Conference USA Men's Golf Championship trophy is headed back to the 'Boro, as the Middle Tennessee Blue Raiders successfully defended their 2018 and 2019 titles to complete the 3-peat this week. on the Texarkana Country Club course.

Head Coach Mark McEntire's bunch put on a dominating performance in the match play finals, defeating North Texas. 3-0. with leads in the two suspended matches as well.

Senior Tanner Owens had the honor of closing it out for the Blue Raiders, and did so with an eagle on the Par-5 16th hole to clinch the match 4&2 and his third title as a Blue Raider.

Michael Barnard was the first Blue Raider on the board for the second day in a row, claiming an impressive 5&3 win after a 3&2 win in the semifinals.

Freshman Kevin Jegers set the table for Owens with a dominant 6&4 win, closing out his match quickly after his semifinal match was suspended before he could claim a win.

Connor McKay and Owen Stamper, who both won their semifinal matches, were in control as well as each were 3-up in their respective matches before they were suspended after Owens completed the title defense.

With the Blue Raiders further solidifying their standing as the class of the league after a third consecutive C-USA title, they now await their destination for their fourth consecutive trip to NCAA Regionals.

This year's Regional sites are The Sagamore Club in Noblesville, Ind., hosted by Ball State; Seminole Legacy Golf Club in Tallahassee, Fla., hosted by Florida State; Championship Course at UNM in Albuquerque, N.M., hosted by New Mexico; Karsten Creek Golf Club in Stillwater, Okla., hosted by Oklahoma State; Golf Club of Tennessee in Kingston Springs, Tenn., hosted by Vanderbilt; and Tumble Creek Golf & Country Club in Cle Elum, Wash., hosted by Washington.

The NCAA Regional selection show takes place next Wednesday, May 5, at 1 p.m. and is televised on the Golf Channel, while Regionals will be played May 17-19.

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