Andrew Heaney knows there is plenty for him to work on, and he knows Triple-A is the best place to do that. The Putnam City and Oklahoma State product was sent back to New Orleans by the Miami Marlins last weekend after what he called a disappointing Major League Baseball debut.
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...
By Jenni Carlson, Staff Writer | Updated: Fri, Jun 20, 2014
Thursday night, when the scoreboard at Marlins Park in Miami rolled the starting pitchers and her son’s name appeared, Chris Kenney was quick to grab her cell phone and snap a photo. The image is a bit blurry, and you can’t really make out ANDREW HEANEY, but she considers it a keepsake. Your...
BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Sat, Jun 7, 2014
Tulsa Washington guard Kevin Sims scored 27 points for the Oklahoma All-Stars in a 116-112 overtime loss to Texas in the 49th annual Faith 7 game. Putnam City West’s Omega Harris added 21 points, while Del City’s Brett Cannon had 18 points and seven rebounds for Oklahoma.
With a daughter almost finished with college, and a son going in, Rick Harris decided it was time to step away from coaching and watch his kids play.
The Putnam City North boys basketball coach informed the school that he would step down from his position, though he plans to stay at the school...