Tahlequah Daily Press

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August 30, 2013

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Shock set to return to Sequoyah

Sequoyah graduate Angel Goodrich and the Tulsa Shock will travel to Tahlequah for a team practice at noon Tuesday at The Place Where They Play gym.

“We are excited to have the Tulsa Shock and Sequoyah’s own Angel Goodrich returning to play for her biggest supporters,” said Marcus Crittenden, Sequoyah’s athletic director. “Angel is an excellent role model for our students and an inspiration for student athletes, especially our girls. We are so proud of Angel’s accomplishments and grateful for her continued relationship with Sequoyah High School.”

The event is open to the public, and school groups are also welcome to attend the free event. Tulsa Shock’s team mascot, Volt, and the Shock girls will also be on campus.

For more information, please contact Crittenden at (918) 453-5177.

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