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Varsity girls basketball: PC West scores first playoff win since 2005

Varsity girls basketball: PC West scores first playoff win since 2005

Tyritta Dixon

Tyritta Dixon

Smith remains undefeated in winning Class 6A west championship

Smith remains undefeated in winning Class 6A west championship

Stillwater claims Class 5A swimming championship

Stillwater claims Class 5A swimming championship

Piedmont's Conner St. John dresses as Darth Vader

Piedmont's Conner St. John dresses as Darth Vader

Norman North wins third straight Class 6A swimming title

Norman North wins third straight Class 6A swimming title

Varsity girls basketball: NW Classen tops Douglass

Varsity girls basketball: NW Classen tops Douglass

Stillwater win Class 6A wrestling championship

Stillwater win Class 6A wrestling championship

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  • Winter weather forces some basketball playoff postponements

    Jacob Unruh | Updated: 23 min ago

    Potential for winter weather across the state has already wreaked havoc on the high school basketball playoffs with a plethora of postponements for Friday’s games. The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association also bumped the start time for Saturday’s state wrestling championships to 4:30...

  • High school basketball results: Thursday, Feb. 26

    Updated: 16 hr ago

    Area Class A AREA I At Enid Event Center Arapaho-Butler 38, Ripley 33 Texhoma 55, Davenport 52 Calumet 37, Kremlin-Hillsdale 33 (girls) Garber 57, Vici 55, OT (girls) AREA II At Glenpool Frontier 55, Okarche 46 Okla. Christian Aca.

  • Girls basketball roundup: Putnam West gets first playoff win in a decade

    By Jacob Unruh | Published: Thu, Feb 26, 2015

    The 13th-ranked Patriots beat rival and 16th-ranked Putnam North 68-54 in the opening game of a Class 6A regional playoff to advance in the postseason for the first time in a decade.

  • High school wrestling: Putnam City's Zachary Moore aims to turn bad luck into state championship

    By Trent Shadid | Published: Thu, Feb 26, 2015

    “Having the bad luck that I’ve had in the past has motivated me this year to do everything I can to win,” said Moore, who has signed to wrestle at West Virginia and enters the Class 6A state tournament 29-0 at 145 pounds.

  • Daniel Orton: Fired for telling the truth

    Berry Tramel | Yesterday

    I occasionally get asked about writing a book. My answer is pat — when I find time to read a book, I’ll start finding time to write a book. But that’s for cheap laughs. The truth is, I’d be interested in writing a book, but I want a fresh topic. I mean, I could write […]

  • Taylor Roberts is a shooting star for Classen Comets

    By Jenni Carlson | Published: Wed, Feb 25, 2015

    A sophomore at Classen School of Advanced Studies, Roberts is a scoring machine. She is averaging a state-best 36.1 points per game as the prep playoffs kick into high gear. Small schools will decide state qualifiers this week while the big schools begin regionals.

  • High school basketball: Tyritta Dixon has nothing to hide anymore

    By Jacob Unruh | Published: Wed, Feb 25, 2015

    The truth that Dixon could not bear to share was featured in a Sports Illustrated article on homeless athletes, the publication of which brought to life her struggles to the nation, her community and her father, who had not known the depth of her situation until reading it.

  • Chris Stiles resigns as Mount St. Mary football coach

    Scott Wright | Published: Wed, Feb 25, 2015

    With his work as the director of advancement at Mount St. Mary needing more of his attention, Chris Stiles has decided to resign as the high school’s football coach. The school recently launched a multi-million-dollar campus improvement campaign under Stiles’ direction. “I have never thought of...

  • Arapaho-Butler, Calumet fans unite in playoffs

    Jacob Unruh | Published: Wed, Feb 25, 2015

    The students at Arapaho-Butler and Calumet have taken the basketball playoffs and made them a little more fun. The two schools have combined to cheer each other on throughout the playoffs, even creating T-shirts for this weekend’s area tournament in Enid. “We have great kids and I’m sure they do...

  • Putnam City West's Tyson Jolly sees rare late explosion in recruiting interest

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    California offered Tyson Jolly a scholarship on Monday, joining Tulsa, UTEP and SMU. Jolly was slow to emerge on the recruiting scene after health issues kept him off the court during some crucial evaluation times.

  • High school notebook: Carl Albert's Nathan Christmon to walk on at OSU

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT AND JACOB UNRUH | Published: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    A three-year starter at Carl Albert and one of the most reliable linebackers in the Oklahoma City metro area, Nathan Christmon III has accepted an invitation to be a preferred walk-on at Oklahoma State.

  • Tenn. prep girls basketball teams caught tanking, banned from postseason

    Published: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    Two Tennessee girls basketball high school teams have been pulled from the postseason for trying to lose a game to avoid the top-ranked team and improve their chances of advancing to the state tournament. Smyrna principal Rick Powell said both he and Riverdale principal Tom Nolan asked to...

  • Daniel Orton kicked out of Philippine Basketball Association for Manny Pacquiao comments

    Published: Tue, Feb 24, 2015

    Bishop McGuinness product and former NBA player Daniel Orton was in the news last week for making negative comments about boxing superstar and Filipino icon Manny Pacquiao Well, it cost Orton his job. Orton has reportedly been fined and kicked out of the Philippine Basketball Association...

  • Boys high school basketball: Southmoore's Dante Butler is The Oklahoman's Player of the Week

    By Scott Wright | Published: Mon, Feb 23, 2015

    “He’s a competitor,” Southmoore coach Wes Brown said. “He’s a very physical, strong point guard. Against Edmond Memorial, we had balanced scoring, and he did a great job of getting the ball to the right people.”

  • Girls high school basketball: Makayla Foy has Yukon playing good basketball

    By Jacob Unruh | Published: Mon, Feb 23, 2015

    Foy averaged 26 points in two wins last week, pushing Yukon’s record to 12-11 and completing a rare season sweep of rival Mustang to earn The Oklahoman’s Girls Basketball Player of the Week honors.





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