Central High School baseball game played as active wildfire burns in background
On the evening of March 20, 2023, Jennifer Sanner captured some unbelievable photos and video at one of her twin son's high school baseball games as an active wildfire was ongoing in the background in what some would call "the most Oklahoma thing ever." The game was between Bray-Doyle High School and Central High School in the small town of Marlow, Oklahoma. Marlow is located in southern Oklahoma about an hour south-southwest of Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. After a brief delay in the game, officials decided to continue to play the game despite the ongoing fire in the fields behind the baseball stadium, because it was determined the fire was far enough away that everyone was still safe at the field, but they continued to monitor it. The local fire department did eventually get the fire out.
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