Erik Horne
Online Sports Editor

Erik Horne joined The Oklahoman as a sports web editor/producer in September 2013, following a five-year stint at The Ardmoreite (Ardmore) – first as a sports writer, then sports editor. At The Ardmoreite, Horne reported on everything from prep sports, to rodeo, to OU pro days, to monster truck rallies.

A native of LaPlace, La. – located 25 miles west of New Orleans – Horne headed to Atlanta following high school, graduating from Oglethorpe University in 2007 as a four-year letterman in soccer. While in Atlanta, Horne worked two years as an intern then sports editor for SCORE Atlanta, providing coverage of the Atlanta Hawks, Atlanta Falcons and high schools in the Atlanta metro area.

Horne lives in Oklahoma City.

Top Stories

  • Class 4A boys: Fourth-quarter surge pushes Douglass past Elk City in semifinals

    Erik Horne | Updated: Fri, Mar 14, 2014

    YUKON – A new coach. A new collection of starters. Same result.

  • Blake Griffin throwing his name in the MVP race

    Erik Horne | Published: Thu, Mar 13, 2014

    It’s something that’s rarely, if ever, come up in the midst of KD vs.

  • Marcus Smart left off the Big 12 ballot by at least one writer

    erik horne | Published: Mon, Mar 10, 2014

    I appear to be in the minority on Marcus Smart, leaving him off my vote entirely. He received first-team honors from coaches and media. — Kellis Robinett (@KellisRobinett) March 10, 2014 Oklahoma State guard Marcus Smart was one of few players to receive All-Big 12 First Team and All-Big 12 Defensive Team honors from the coaches on Sunday. And Smart picked up more honors Monday, as the media selected him as a First Team All-Big 12 selection as well. Well, at least most of the media. Wichita Eagle and Kansas City Star writer Kellis Robinett admitted on Twitter that he left Smart off his ballot entirely when it came down to voting. When asked why, he explains that, too. @ErikHorneOK he missed 3 games, took himself out of a 4th with a technical and his team finished 8th. Thought others were more deserving. — Kellis Robinett (@KellisRobinett) March 10, 2014

  • Oklahoma City Thunder: Kevin Durant plays in sleeves; why can’t LeBron James?

    Erik Horne | Updated: Fri, Mar 7, 2014

    He’s the best basketball player in the world. He’s pretty much unstoppable.

  • Oklahoma State football: Tyler Patmon is alive and well

    Erik Horne | Published: Thu, Mar 6, 2014

    Rumors started going around on Twitter Wednesday evening that Oklahoma State defensive back Tyler Patmon had passed away on Wednesday.