• Cache players tell Outside the Lines coach designed play to injure opponent

    jacob unruh | Updated: 2 hr ago

    Cache senior Jamie Bonnarens and former player Mia Niedo both told ESPN’s Outside the Lines that Cache coach Kenny White did design and orchestrate a play intended to injure an opponent last year. Bonnarens and Niedo both signed affidavits last fall saying White designed the play weeks before aimed at Elgin’s Jentry Holt with the intent “to break her nose.” Sunday morning was the first time the two have spoken publicly about the incident. “We’re going to throw the ball at her,” Niedo recalls White saying. “If it hits her in the face, it hits her in the face. It’s not going to look like purpose, but aim for her nose and she won’t be there again.

  • High school basketball: Results for Saturday, February 13

    Published: Sun, Feb 14, 2016

    Saturday, February 13 high school basketball results

  • Dual state wrestling notebook: Perry wins with final-match fall

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    Dalton Hamaker's pin extends Perry’s streak of Class 3A dual state wrestling championships to eight.

  • Dual state wrestling: Choctaw wins first title since 1997 with upset of Sand Springs

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    Doubters were still thick when the Yellowjackets took the mat against favored Sand Springs at Firelake Arena on Saturday evening.

  • High school basketball: Results for Friday, February 12

    Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    Friday, February 12 high school basketball results.

  • High school wrestling: Dual State results for Friday, February 12

    Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    Day one results from Dual State

  • Boys basketball roundup: Grason Wright's free throw seals special win for Putnam City

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    In legendary PC coach A.D. Burtschi’s final home game, Wright made a free throw with no time on the clock to give the Pirates a dramatic 60-59 win.

  • Girls basketball roundup: Putnam City pulls out tough win on Senior Night

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Published: Sat, Feb 13, 2016

    Putnam City senior NaShyla Hammons scored 29 points, including a late basket that put the 16th-ranked Pirates (14-8) on top for good. Another senior, Carrington Small, scored 14.

  • High school basketball: Dozens of former players turn out to salute retiring Putnam City coach A.D. Burtschi

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Feb 12, 2016

    Capping the night in dramatic fashion, senior Grason Wright made a free throw with no time remaining on the clock to give Burtschi his 753rd career victory, 60-59 over Putnam City West.

  • Dual state wrestling notebook: Westmoore falls short of upsetting No. 1 Sand Springs

    By Jacob Unruh Staff Writer junruh@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Feb 12, 2016

    The top-ranked Sandites held on for a 28-25 victory over Westmoore in the Class 6A dual state wrestling quarterfinals at Firelake Arena.

  • High school basketball: Jentry Holt files lawsuit vs. Cache coach Kenny White, Cache administrators

    By Jacob Unruh, Staff Writer, junruh@oklahoman.com | Published: Fri, Feb 12, 2016

    Former Elgin standout and current Oklahoma State women's basketball player Jentry Holt filed a lawsuit Wednesday against Cache girls basketball coach Kenny White and Cache administrators one year after she was hit in the face with a basketball during a game on Feb. 10, 2015. Holt and her father, Gary Holt, allege White designed and orchestrated an in-bounds play to injure her. Jentry Holt is seeking more than $10,000 in damages as well as attorney fees. The lawsuit was filed in Comanche County District Court on the one-year anniversary of the game. According to the Lawton Constitution, Holt claims in the lawsuit she suffered bodily injuries, severe emotional distress, mental pain and anguish and other damages

  • Once-dominant Dover picking up the pieces one month after school fire

    By Jacob Unruh Staff Writer junruh@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    One month after a school fire burned to the ground the high school and middle school, the sign is a reminder of a successful period for the town when an uncertain future awaits.

  • OSU offers Tulsa Memorial's Isaiah Thomas on busy recruiting day around state

    scott wright | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    When he woke up Thursday morning, Tulsa Memorial’s Isaiah Thomas didn’t have a single Division I scholarship offer. By nightfall, he had four — two from the SEC and two from the Big 12, including Oklahoma State. The Cowboys were the fourth program of the day to offer the 6-foot-5, 230-pound junior defensive end prospect, following Missouri, Tennessee and Iowa State. Aside from Thomas, scholarship offers were flowing into the state at a steady pace Thursday as recruiting efforts begin to pick up for the class of 2017. John Marshall defensive back Justin Broiles added offers from Houston, SMU and Colorado State, giving him seven overall and five in the last four days, with Kansas State and

  • High school basketball: Once-dominant Dover picking up the pieces one month after school fire

    By Jacob Unruh Staff Writer junruh@oklahoman.com | Published: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    One month after a school fire burned to the ground the high school and middle school, the sign is a reminder of a successful period for the town when an uncertain future awaits.

  • Outside the Lines report coming Sunday regarding Cache-Elgin incident

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    ESPN’s Outside the Lines has a special report during Sunday morning’s episode regarding the incident one year ago in which Cache girls basketball coach Kenny White allegedly designed and orchestrated a play to injure Elgin senior Jentry Holt. The episode airs at 8 a.m. and includes interviews from current Cache senior Jamie Bonnarens and former Cache player Mia Niedo, both of whom have signed affidavits that White designed the play. You can watch the short preview here. Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association attorney Mark Grossman has plans to interview Bonnarens with her family Friday to complete a third investigation into the incident. On Feb.

  • The Oklahoman's Spring Sports Media Day set for Wednesday

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    The Oklahoman’s annual Spring Sports Media Day is set for Wednesday, Feb. 17, at Bishop McGuinness High School. The event will be held in the lobby of the gymnasium, beginning at 3:30 p.m. and ending at 7:30. The school is located at 801 Northwest 50th Street in Oklahoma City. Each Oklahoma City-area high school participating in baseball, soccer, track, golf, tennis and slowpitch softball is encouraged to bring athletes to meet The Oklahoman’s high school coverage team for interviews, videos and photos that will be used throughout the upcoming season.

  • Edmond North wrestlers determined to 'Win for Colton'

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    Mourning the loss of their teammate, and seeing their coach grieving the loss of his son, the Edmond North wrestlers came together with one goal: Win for Colton.

  • Wes Welker Foundation grant applications due by Monday

    scott wright | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    The Wes Welker Foundation will give away its millionth dollar this spring, and the application deadline for schools and organizations in the Oklahoma City area is coming up. Grant applications for the spring cycle are due Monday, and can be found at www.weswelkerfoundation.com. Full grant guidelines can be found on the website as well. The organization has given more than $900,000 to 28 area athletic-focused groups, including high schools, middle schools, charter schools and the Boys and Girls Club of Oklahoma City. Some of the basic guidelines for grants include: *Organizations must be consistent with the foundation mission to influence at-risk youth by encouraging their full potential through athletics and

  • Prep Parade: Eddie Paul watched the Super Bowl with unique sense of pride

    By Scott Wright Staff Writer swright@oklahoman.com | Updated: Thu, Feb 11, 2016

    Watching Super Bowl MVP Von Miller terrorize the Carolina Panthers on Sunday gave Eddie Paul flashbacks — in a good way.

  • Edmond's Arya Bahreini is a beacon of hope for Iranian community

    By Jenni Carlson Columnist jcarlson@oklahoman.com | Published: Wed, Feb 10, 2016

    Arya Bahreini will run the biggest race of his life this weekend. The U.S. Olympic marathon trials. He knows he has very little chance to win. He's only 22, the youngest runner in the field. He's a marathoning newbie, having run the 26.2-mile distance only twice. But he knows, too, that no other runner will have any more support. It won't come only from Edmond, where he grew up and graduated from Edmond Santa Fe High, or from Oklahoma City University, where he is finishing up a biomedical science degree and runs cross country and track. His support will also come from Iranians far and wide.




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