Nov
25

Basketball Game Changed

Corn, OKLA — The CBA vs. Hammon basketball game to be held on Saturday, December 6th, has been moved to Tuesday, December 16th. The home basketball games begin with a JV boy’s game at 5:00 p.m. followed by varsity games at 6:30 p.m.

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Mark Thiessen
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Nov
20

CBA Wins Regional Academic Contest

CBA Academic Team

Corn, OKLA — The Corn Bible Academy academic team competed against eleven schools in the OSSAA region three academic competition on Saturday, November 15. The Crusaders were ranked 3rd in the region and faced their first opponent, the team from Arapaho-Butler in the quarterfinal round. The Crusaders outscored their opponent in the first half by a score of 120-90 and extended their lead in the second half to win by a score of 230-160. In the semifinals, the Crusaders faced the 2nd ranked team in the region, the Cheyenne Bears. The Crusaders had a strong first half leading by a score of 120-70 and were able to hold on for the win in spite of being outscored 40-80 in the final quarter. The final score was CBA 200, Cheyenne 170. The semifinal win advanced the Crusaders to the regional finals against the Mt. View-Gotebo Tigers. The Crusaders outscored the Tigers by a score of 130-50 in the first half and finished with a strong second half to win by a score of 250-50, earning the regional championship trophy. The Crusaders were led by senior Wesley Javorsky, the top scorer for the regional tournament, who averaged 96 points per game. Other CBA team members are seniors Joel Kliewer, Riley Kliewer, and Chandler Smith; junior Hannah Hays; and Sophomores Bria Jasmer and Carter Smith. Next up for the Crusaders is the area academic contest on January 17th.

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Nov
19

Crusaders End Season With a Win

Corn, OKLA — The CBA Crusader football team travelled to Duke on Friday, November 7th, for their final regular season game. The Crusaders scored first and went on to extend their lead to the final score of 32-6. The Crusaders needed some help in order to make the playoffs, but with the Ryan Cowboys victory over the Mt. View Tigers, the Crusaders were knocked out of the playoffs in District C-2. The Crusaders end the season at 4-4 in district C-2 and 4-5 overall. CBA coaches want to thank all the parents who helped throughout the season including concession stand workers, gate keepers, clock keepers, announcers, line judges, and all the other tasks that are needed to make the season a success.

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Todd Smith
580.343.2262

 

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Nov
12

Basketball Schedule Time Change

Corn, OKLA — The first home varsity basketball game to be held on Friday, November 21 against Sweetwater will start at 5:30 p.m. instead of the usual 6:30 p.m. start time.

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Mark Thiessen
580.343.2262

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Nov
10

Crusader Basketball Season Begins

Corn, OKLA — The CBA basketball teams open with the junior high at Binger on November 10th and the high school to open their season hosting Sweetwater on November 21st. The junior high girls are coached by Dora Miller. The junior high boys are coached by Asa Zoschke. In the varsity, the high school boys are coached by Asa Zoschke and the high school girls are coached by Sandra Cloud. All Corn Bible Academy fans are encouraged to come out and cheer on the Crusaders.

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Mark Thiessen
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Oct
20

Seniors to present The Treasure of Shiver River

Corn, OKLA — Scoop O’Mally , our Jordan Penner, has his hands full, watching and waiting for the next breaking story for his local paper.  It’s the dead of winter and Cattlemen come to the Lucky Hotel from all over the territory, bringing their cattle into town for the cattle auction, but it’s hard to drive cattle when their horns are frozen.  Lotta Luck, a semi-reformed gambler known to us as Regan Wherritt, runs the hotel and takes care of her patrons.  Everyone is waiting for the arrival of only auctioneer in the area, Rusty Nail and his son, Bent, who are brought to life by Mitchell Graf and Joel Kliewer.  Scoop’s only hoping that there is a juicy story in here somewhere.
Soon, the nasty scoundrel Rod Enreel, a.k.a. Wesley Javorsky, will most certainly take over the Shiver River Ranch and find the hidden treasure if Colonel Sanders, our Brendon White, can’t sell his cattle to come up with the mortgage money owed against his ranch.  The do-gooder, Marshal Marshall Law, local lawman otherwise known as Riley Kliewer would love to propose marriage to the colonel’s daughter Heidi Claire, (actually Cassie Oliver) but he can’t.  Yet.  He’s made a promise.  Will the black-hearted villain Rod Enreel beat him to it?  This evil serpent has a series of plans, one being to marry the optimistic sweetheart of the ranch and then do her in and abscond with the treasure and his romance novel-loving partner-in-crime, Paige Turner, or our beautiful Morgan Leppke.  Also in cahoots with the dark one is con artist, Dr. Ophelia Payne, played by Aevry Hayes, who has as many accents as the United Nations.  She tricks the auctioneer into thinking he’s a dog, halting the auction.
Oh to be sure, others are also looking for the buried treasure.  The colonel and a couple of prospecting brothers, Orin Gold and an ex-sea pirate known only as Captain (Chandler Smith and Michael Boese) have worked together for years searching for the treasure but to no avail.  Oh, there’s a story here for sure, and Scoop will find it because his readers want to know.
Join the senior class and witness first-hand The Treasure of Shiver River by Flip Kobler and Cindy Marcus on Saturday, November 1.  The juniors are willing to feed you with a Mexican Feast at 5pm and the show will start at 7pm.  If you prefer, matinees will run both Thursday and Friday (October 30 and 31) at 1pm.

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Roshelle Wherritt
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Oct
08

Fall Concert October 14

Corn, OKLA — The Corn Bible Academy music department will present their annual Fall Concert at 7:00 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14, in the CBA gymnasium. The program will focus on the theme of God Bless America and will include patriotic and religious numbers. Musical numbers will be presented by the high school band, high school choir, junior high band and choir and several small groups. The groups are directed by Charles Regier and Todd Smith. Before the concert, from 5:00 p.m. until 6:45 p.m., the CBA school board will be serving a pancake supper in the cafeteria. All parents and supporters of CBA are invited to come and enjoy an evening of food, fellowship, and entertainment.

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Mark Thiessen
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Oct
07

Anatomy Class Visits Museum

CBA Anatomy Class

Corn, OKLA — On September 30th, the Corn Bible Academy anatomy class took a field trip to The Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City for an outside the classroom experience in science. Osteology, or the study of bones, is commonly used in TV programs such as C.S.I. to identify or verify criminal activity. The museum, the only one of this type in the United States, has a unique collection of over 300 animal and human skeletons on display. The students enjoyed standing inside a rhino skeleton and identifying and comparing various vertebrate skeletons as they toured the facility. The second part of the visit involved an activity similar to that done by a homicide detective. The students and their instructor, Sandra Cloud, had the privilege of participating in a crime-based lab activity using human skulls. The class was taught by the staff of the museum and was designed to enable students to determine the cause of death and the age of the victim in a number of human skulls that had experienced various types of trauma. In addition to the interesting things seen at the museum, the students gained insight into various careers that use the biological sciences.

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Morgan Leppke
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Oct
07

Crusaders Lose at Home

Corn, OKLA — Corn Bible Academy saw their record drop to 1-3 in district C-2 on Friday night, October 3rd, as they were outscored by the Mountain View-Gotebo Tigers. The game was close for most of the contest, with Mountain View ahead at the end of the first half by a score of 6-0. The Tigers scored again in the third quarter to go ahead by a score to 12-0.  The Crusaders then rose to the challenge, put together a drive, and scored on an 11 yard pass play from Dylan Schmidt to Mitchell Graf. The Crusaders were unable to stop the Tigers in the 4th quarter, however, as they added 2 more touchdowns making the final score Tigers 24, Crusaders 6. Jordan Penner was the leading receiver for CBA with 71 yards on 5 receptions.  Leading tacklers for the game were Mitchell Graf with 14, Rueben Marrufo and Dylan Schmidt with 12, and Michael Boese and Andre Miller  with 10. The loss drops the Crusaders to 1 and 4 for the year and makes this week’s game with Temple a must win if the Crusaders hope to make the playoffs. Game time is 7:30 p.m. at Crusader Park.

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Todd Smith
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Oct
07

Crusaders End Volleyball Season at Regionals

Corn , OKLA — The #11 ranked CBA Lady Crusaders entered the volleyball playoffs with a record of 16-13 as they travelled to Community Christian School in Norman for regional competition. Their first opponents were the Millwood Falcons and the Crusaders were victorious in three straight games by scores of 25-6, 25-12, and 25-12. The win advanced the Crusaders to the regional finals against the top ranked team in the region, the Community Christian Royals. The first game battled back and forth as both team were in the lead at some point during the match with the Crusaders losing by a score of 22-25. CBA finished the day and the season with scores of 22-25 and 20-25 for the second and third game. Coach Basinger was proud of the team and the improvement made during the season. The Crusaders were a young team and anticipate more success in the 2015 season.

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Mark Thiessen
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