Edmond North kicker Quinton Conaway will sign with Oregon next week as a preferred walk-on, choosing the Ducks over a chance to walk on at Oklahoma State. “My dad works for Amazon a lot closer to there,” Conaway said. “And I like the climate a lot more there.” Conaway has a powerful leg and put […]
It's like something from a sports movie: A teen in a basketball uniform makes an improbable shot, then gets hoisted on the shoulders of his teammates while the crowd cheers and chants his name.
But Nicholas Bennett, a senior at North Hall High School in Gainesville, Georgia, didn't hit a...
Harrah 86, Luther 51
John Marshall 67, Oklahoma Christian 65, OT
Allen 70, Sasakwa 33
Central Sallisaw 54, Webbers Falls 48
Dewar 50, Weleetka 38
Keyes 53, Hardesty 19
Latta 52, Atoka 43
Leflore 57, Buffalo Valley 29
Wins aren’t necessarily easy to come by with the young Lions team, but the longtime coach is just happy to be back around what she loves. For a small period of time, it appeared basketball was gone forever.
Midwest City defensive lineman DeMikal Harrison continues to pick up interest since verbally committing to UTEP last weekend. North Texas offered earlier this week, and Tulsa joined the mix with an offer on Thursday, Harrison told The Oklahoman. The 6-foot-5, 290-pounder played defensive end for...
Five former Oklahoma high school baseball stars and three Los Angeles Dodgers prospects highlight ESPN baseball insider Keith Law’s Top 100 prospects list released Thursday morning. The two-part list is Insider access only, but can be found here and here. Former Broken Arrow star and Oklahoma...
With a full team effort that included standout performances from several freshmen, the Edmond Memorial girls won the Edmond City Swim Championship Tuesday night at the Mitch Park YMCA.
Micheala Seely, Katie Callahan, Sydney Parker and Kellie Fischer — all freshmen — won individual events for...
By Scott Wright and Jacob Unruh | Published: Wed, Jan 28, 2015
It was an interesting move considering that the Dragons had exceeded outsiders’ expectations this past season. Purcell won seven straight games, including impressive wins over Washington and Jones, to finish 7-4. All four losses came against teams that made the playoffs.
The National Federation of State High School Associations recently announced the 2014 State Coach of the Year Award winners for Oklahoma, along with honoring former football coach Milt Bassett with one of the highest awards presented by the NFHS. The coach of the year winners include basketball,...
Bethany 56, Bridge Creek 54, OT
Bethel 45, Konawa 35
Carl Albert 63, Shawnee 51
Cashion 75, Okeene 51
Centennial 69, John Marshall 47
Chandler 42, Prague 38
Chr. Heritage 48, Oklahoma Christian 46
Community Chr. 67, Elmore City 34
Crossings Christian 43, Mount...