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No. 2 Flying Queens eliminate Panhandle State, 99-62, in SAC Tourney opener

Second-ranked Wayland Baptist exploded for 30 first-quarter points and went on to post a comfortable 99-62 win over Oklahoma-Panhandle State in the opening round of the Sooner Athletic Conference Tournament on Tuesday evening in Hutcherson Center.
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Top-seeded Queens, 3rd-seeded Pioneers to host SAC Tourney opening games

Wayland Baptist's Flying Queens and Pioneers this week will host first-round games at 6 p.m. Tuesday and Wednesday, respectively, in the first round of the Sooner Athletic Conference basketball tournaments.
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More schedule adjustments caused by weather

The latest casualties are the final regular-season basketball games for the No. 2 Flying Queens after Saturday afternoon's doubleheader against Mid-America Christian was cancelled.
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Games cancelled due to weather

The threat of inclement weather has caused the cancellation of multiple Wayland Baptist University events in the coming days.
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Moment of silence observed for Redins

A moment of silence was held before Thursday night's Wayland Baptist women's basketball game for two legends in Flying Queens basketball, Wilda and Harley Redin, for whom the playing surface inside Hutcherson Center is named.
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Youngsters help No. 2 Queens to easy win

Young Flying Queens Tayjanna McGhee-Pleasant, Kaylee Rendon and Kylie Ellsworth all posted career scoring bests to lead No. 2 Wayland Baptist to a 95-46 romp over Texas Wesleyan in Sooner Athletic Conference women's basketball action Saturday afternoon in Hutcherson Center.
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Second-ranked Flying Queens down SAGU, 108-78

Jenna Cooper and Kaylee Edgemon scored 21 points each and Wayland Baptist eclipsed the century mark for the second time in three games.
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Edgemon, Brown, Cooper pace Flying Queens

The Wayland Baptist Flying Queens scored 32 first-quarter points on their way to a 90-75 victory over Langston here Saturday (01/30/2021) afternoon.
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HFQF President Pickens Price pays tribute to Wilda Redin

As President of the Hutcherson Flying Queens Foundation, I am sad to report that our beloved Wilda Hutcherson Redin died on January 26, 2021, after battling complications from the Covid-19 virus.
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Wilda Hutcherson Redin remembered as ‘Queen of Queens’

"When I think of Wilda, the first word that comes to mind is 'giving.' It made her so happy to do things for other people," Queens coach Alesha Ellis said.
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Wilda Redin Obituary

Wilda Hutcherson Redin, 99, of Plainview, went to be with her Lord and Savior on January 26, 2021, after a battle with complications from the Covid-19 virus.
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Flying Queens roll to 106-39 win in Kansas

Five players scored in double figures and Wayland Baptist hit 11 3-pointers as the No. 2 Flying Queens rolled to a 106-39 Sooner Athletic Conference victory over Central Christian here Thursday night.
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