Lady Oilers make it 100 in a row

Eliza Jeffrey’s sign at the conclusion of Saturday’s game was the only marker of Central Plains’ 100th-consecutive win. The Lady Oilers defeated Concordia — a much larger school — 72-25.

Photo by Mike Courson

The Oiler Way does not leave much room for vanity. With a 92ndstraight win, the Central Plains girls moved to No. 2 on the state’s all-time consecutive-win list. But there’s something nice about a round number.

Saturday night in Concordia, without much fanfare, the Lady Oilers secured their 100th consecutive win with a 72-25 rout of the Panthers.

“Right now we’re just focused on Meade,” said Lady Oiler coach Pat Stiles.“All year long we’ve just talked about getting ready for the next game. That’s the most important game. I don’t think the girls think about it too much. When everything is done they’ll be able to look back and say,‘Wow, that was pretty cool.’”

 

 

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