NOC Enid's Pulley to face sisters

Northern Oklahoma College Enid's McKenna Pulley drives past Oklahoma Wesleyan JV's Summer Milligan Nov. 9 at the Mabee Center. (Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle)
Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle
Northern Oklahoma College Enid's McKenna Pulley drives past Oklahoma Wesleyan JV's Summer Milligan Nov. 9 at the Mabee Center. (Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle) Billy Hefton / Enid News & Eagle

There will be a little bit of a family feud tonight when the Northern Oklahoma College Enid Lady Jets face the traveling Oklahoma Elite at 5 at the Mabee Center.

Lady Jet sophomore McKenna Pulley will be going against her sisters and ex-Lady Jets Kaitlyn and Kyndal.

"It will be a fun rivalry,'' said NOC Enid head coach Scott Morris. "They're a very tight-knit family, but they are also competitive. I know she is looking forward to it. When it comes time to play the game they are all going to be serious and focused on competing.''

 

The Elite, composed of players generally from 20 to 25 years, offer the Lady Jets a different kind of challenge. Ex-Jet Vanessa Bledsoe also will be facing her former team.

"They have a much better skill level than the the teams we have faced,'' Morris said. "They are all former college players. They will definitely be able to play.''

Full story available at the Enid News and Eagle