Tahlequah Daily Press

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August 13, 2013

RiverHawks begin fall camp

NSU practice report

(Continued)

Clean bill of health

The best of news of the day for the RiverHawks occurred on the health front. There were no noticeable injuries, aside from defensive back Steven Hooper of Broken Arrow nursing a couple of cramps toward the end of practice.

In fact, the person in the most pain on the first day may have been Evans, who said he had a rib out of place and was going to get it fixed.

“My rib is hurting,” he said. “I’ve never gone through practice with a rib injury. I’m going to see a chiropractor, and hopefully Dr. (Breanna) Batey will get me fixed up, and I’ll be ready to go (on Tuesday).”

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