HIGH SCHOOL BROADCASTS RETURN
— Tony Sellers, a former WWLS sportscaster, is returning to the broadcast booth to call Mustang High School football this season on KKNG-FM 93.3.
— Yukon High School games will be back on KINB-FM 105.3 for the second season. Cisco, a Wild 104.9 personality, will call the games with Kyle Head.
— Coverage of Moore High School football returns to KOKC-AM 1520 for its 20th season. J.D. Northcutt and Justin Rolland are back as the broadcast team.
— KREF-AM 1400 will be airing Norman and Norman North games, with the road game live and the home game on tape delay. Chris Joseph and Clay Spears will call Norman North games, and Andrew Himes and Andrew Gilman will broadcast Norman games.
— The Sports Animal radio network, including WWLS-FM 98.1, is carrying one or two high school games a week, including Tulsa Union at Jenks at 7 p.m. Friday. Announcers will vary by game, including Mark Rodgers, Gideon Hamilton and Kyle Head. Randy Heitz will host the “High School Game Night” scoreboard show following the Friday games. Heitz and Brian Aylor host “High School Spotlight” at 11 a.m. Sunday.
— Cox (channels 3 and 703) will have live coverage of the Tulsa Union-Jenks showdown at 7 p.m. Friday from TU's Chapman Stadium. KJRH-2 sports director Al Jerkens and Rod Thompson will call the game.
— N.D. Kalu, a former NFL defensive end who played at Rice, will be the analyst for the Savannah State-OSU telecast at 6 p.m. Saturday on Fox College Sports. Kevin Eschenfelder will do the play-by-play, and Erin Bajackson is the sideline reporter.
— The “OU Football Preview Show,” hosted by Al Eschbach and Rick Heath, is back for its fifth season. It airs at 5:30 p.m. Thursday and Friday and 10:30 a.m. Saturday on the Cox Channel (channels 3 and 703).
— CBS Sports Network has picked up NBA Development League telecasts, including 12 live regular-season games.
— Retired running back LaDainian Tomlinson has joined NFL Network as an analyst on the new “First on the Field” show, 6 to 8 a.m. Sundays. Melissa Stark, Sterling Sharpe and Michael Lombardi also are on the show.
— The NFL Network relives the New York Giants' run to the Super Bowl title in a one-hour special, “America's Game: 2011 New York Giants,” at 8 p.m. Tuesday.
— NBA TV will feature a one-hour special on Reggie Miller, the five-time NBA All-Star and current TNT analyst, at 6 p.m. Tuesday as part of more than 150 hours of weeklong Hall of Fame coverage.