BETHANY — Mount St. Mary learned from last season's heartache. After falling in the Class 4A quarterfinals to Perkins-Tryon last season in the first state tournament appearance in program history, the Rockets experienced a new high Thursday night.
Whitney Jones put back her own missed shot with 23.1 seconds left to give Deer Creek the lead, then made a steal at the other end to preserve the second-ranked Antlers' 42-40 victory over Collinsville.
Ariel Williams broke a tie with a steal and layup with 19.2 seconds left, then sank two free throws with 5.6 seconds remaining as Tulsa East Central survived in the first round of the Class 5A girls state tournament with a hard-fought 54-50 decision over Del City.
BELLA VISTA — Rotnei Clarke didn’t finish his college career with the Arkansas basketball program, transferring to Butler after his junior season.
The departure didn't change the former Verdigris star's opinion of Arkansas, though.
Clarke, who has signed a 10-month contract to play his...
BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Tue, Jul 8, 2014
Londaryl Perry felt it was time for a fresh start after three years at Northeast.
Perry was officially named the new girls basketball coach at Putnam North on Monday, bringing him to the same school as his children.
“I honestly missed most of my son’s basketball career because I’m always at...
Foster Riley wrestled and played basketball the past four years for Northwest Classen. Earlier this spring, he graduated high school. Later this summer, he will report for basic training in the Army. And none of that would’ve happened without the Boys & Girls Club. When Riley heard that a...