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Oklahoma scene: Judge rules against Brayden Scott's attempt to overturn OSSAA ruling

Sequoyah-Tahlequah QB remains ineligible, but attorney's next move is the Oklahoma Supreme Court.
From Tulsa World and Staff Reports Published: November 8, 2012

Lonnie Nichols, who coached the Cameron University basketball program for four successful seasons, will return to coach an alumni team against the Aggies' current varsity at 2 p.m. Saturday in Lawton. Alums from the late 1960s to the 2000s will play for Nichols, who guided the men's team to a 116-26 record. Cameron won the 1980 NAIA championship, beating No. 1-ranked Alabama State in the final. A year earlier, Cameron entered the national tournament ranked No. 1, but that team lost in the third round.

The alumni-varsity game will be free of admission charge. The Cameron Athletic Department will collect coats and canned goods for the Lawton Area Food Bank.


Members of the Oklahoma men's tennis team are back to Norman after a snowstorm affected travel to Flushing, N.Y. The Sooners were scheduled to play in the USTA/ITA National Indoor Championships; the tournament is still being played for those who were already in town. Guillermo Alcorta, Axel Alvarez Llamas, Costin Paval and Dane Webb were scheduled to play in either the singles or doubles draws.

“It's disappointing for the guys not to be able to compete this weekend,” Sooners coach John Roddick said. “It was a great accomplishment to have that many players qualify for the tournament. We'll just have to finish up practice in the fall working hard.”


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