Wilson Eagles basketball


Record Home Away Win % PF PA
1 - 0 0 - 0 1 - 0 1.000 69 38


Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2013-12-16 @ Waurika W 69 - 38
2014-02-07 vs Waurika -


Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Keedric Emerson 3 12 6-6 190 PF

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CU men's basketball: Homegrown trio ready for final run

Oct 3, 2015
On the court, Josh Scott has been trying to shake Wesley Gordon since the pair barely were teenagers.Off the court, it seems Scott will find Gordon even more difficult to shake. Not even a forced divorce sometime in March, when their time together with the University of Colorado men's basketball team comes to an end, will do the trick."I'm still going to see him a lot after this year," Gordon...

Newspapers in Phoenix, Payson win top honors

Sep 26, 2015
CHANDLER, Ariz. (AP) — The Arizona Republic and Payson Roundup took home the top awards at the 2015 Arizona Newspaper Association annual meeting Saturday.The Payson Roundup won newspaper of the year in the non-daily category, while the Republic claimed first place among dailies.Reporters for the two papers also were named journalists of the year, Alexis Bechman in Payson and Dennis Wagner for...

Padres to hold Bill Walton Basketball Festival at Petco Park

Sep 22, 2015
SAN DIEGO (AP) — The San Diego Padres figure if they're going to plop a basketball court onto the field at Petco Park, they better have Bill Walton involved somehow.The Padres and the Hall of Famer on Tuesday announced the Bill Walton Basketball Festival beginning Nov. 30 and culminating with a game between San Diego and San Diego State on Dec. 5.The court will be set up between third base and...

Knoxville travelblog: Riding with the Vol Navy

Sep 12, 2015
Quite a Friday. The day began in the fog of the Tennessee River valley, with a trip aboard the Vol Navy. The day ended in a Knoxville hot spot in which I kept seeing people I knew. In between, I went to the edge of Branson East. A wild, wild day on the eve of OU-Tennessee. Let’s get right to it. VOL NAVY In 1962, then-Tennessee radio voice George Mooney decided to boat to the game. Neyland...

Prep football: Mustang quarterback Chandler Garrett's path is no passing fancy

Sep 3, 2015
CHANDLER GARRETT — No one embodies prep passing quite like Chandler Garrett. He plays for the program that has thrown the ball as much as any over the last two decades. He is one of the best players in the state, already committing to Wyoming. He is the face. Look at him now, though, and you would never guess what he has seen.

AP-NH--New Hampshire News Digest 6 pm, NH

Aug 28, 2015
Upcoming New Hampshire news from The Associated Press for Friday, Aug. 28, 2015.Good afternoon. Here's a look at how AP's general news coverage is shaping up today in New Hampshire. Questions about today's coverage plans are welcome, and should be directed to Northern New England Correspondent Rik Stevens at 603-224-3327 or rstevens@ap.org.A reminder this information is not for publication or...

Recruits bolster Eagle hoop hopes for U-turn

Jul 22, 2015
Regardless of the reasons, Mark Molder emphasized last year’s major downturn by the Oklahoma Wesleyan University men’s basketball team was strictly an anomaly.The Eagles struggled through a rebuilding, injury-plagued 7-23 season — their first single-digit win campaign in several years.Bolstered by a promising recruiting class — and his first-full year in charge of the program — Molder is...

Freshman Terrence Phillips brings leadership skills to Missouri basketball team

Jul 20, 2015
Missouri hopes freshman point guard Terrence Phillips’ name becomes synonymous with leadership before his time in Columbia is finished.Shouldering the leadership burden has always been Phillips’ default setting, so the Tigers hope it continues during the next few years.“I’m trying to be a leader out here as hard as I can and motivate my guys when we get tired playing pickup just to push and...

Mudiay shines for Nuggets in Las Vegas Summer League

Jul 18, 2015
LAS VEGAS (AP) — As one of the top basketball prospects of his high school class, Emmanuel Mudiay's game was scouted and scrutinized as much as anyone while he played in Texas.And yet when the NBA's Las Vegas Summer League opened, the point guard born in the Democratic Republic of Congo remained one of the league's great mysteries.Mudiay bypassed college to spend last year in China, playing in...

St. Joseph Country Club prepares to host MGA's Stroke Play Championship

Jul 14, 2015
Some of the best players competing in the Missouri Golf Association annual events reside in Northwest Missouri.Over the past handful of years, the likes of Harry Roberts, Brian Haskell and Brad Nurski have all won marquee events on the MGA Tour.Starting today, that trio, along with many other locals, will have a chance to showcase their talents across the best in the state as the Missouri...

Rookie Emmanuel Mudiay turning heads in practice

Jul 6, 2015
DENVER (AP) — One practice in and Denver Nuggets point guard Emmanuel Mudiay is already talking titles.An NBA Summer League crown, anyway. Got to love rookies.New coach Michael Malone certainly does — especially this one. Mudiay, the seventh overall pick in the draft last month, already is forming quite a bond with his coach, who flat-out told Mudiay that this was his team.This summer in Las...

State's football recruiting class growing at unprecedented rate

Jun 23, 2015
Offers are flowing in like the state has never seen, and several more players could still land a D-I opportunity.

Scholar-Athlete: Bios of all the school winners

Jun 20, 2015
BETHANY: KYLE DUKE Athletics: First-team Little All-City and coaches’ all-state in football as a senior. Second-team all-conference in soccer. Also played varsity baseball. Academics: Weighted grade point average of 4.1. ACT score of 24. National Honor Society. Special Olympics volunteer. College: Oklahoma Also nominated: Dustin Bielich, Maddie Flemmons BETHEL: CLINT SIMMONS Athletics:...

OKWU set Saturday to host 20th Indian All-State tilts

Jun 19, 2015
Some people just talk about the challenges of helping to develop the next generation of leaders.Others do something about it.Dr. Carol Nice Conner and Dr. Joe L. Conner are definitely doers.From a bull session two decades ago with a close friend about the lower-than-average high school graduation rates among Indian students in Oklahoma blossomed the concept of an annual all-star basketball game...

Ex-Giants RB Wilson set to make pro debut in triple jump

Jun 11, 2015
NEW YORK (AP) — His football career cut short, David Wilson found competition anywhere he could: pool, Uno, Connect Four.Now he finally gets to compete for real for the first time since his final NFL game in October 2013. The former New York Giants running back is set to make his pro debut in track and field in the triple jump at Saturday's Adidas Grand Prix.The meet is part of the Diamond...

High school notebook: Patrick Cudjoe takes over John Marshall basketball

May 27, 2015
Patrick Cudjoe’s basketball coaching career began as an assistant at John Marshall, working under legendary coaches Tommy Griffin and Charles Davis nearly 30 years ago.

Rosters set for 22nd annual Big All-City basketball games

May 27, 2015
The 22nd annual Big All-City basketball games are scheduled to begin at 6:30 p.m. Thursday night at Del City High School. The girls will tip off first, with the boys to follow. A 3-point contest will be held at halftime of the girls game, with 3-point and slam dunk contests at halftime of the boys […]

Vintage TV series on DVD this week

May 16, 2015
Don Rickles’ “CPO Sharkey” sitcom and “The Colbys” are on DVD for the first time, along with reissues of “Battlestar Galactica” and “The Wild Wild West.”

Collected Wisdom of Big 12 official Paul Wilson

May 2, 2015
Norman resident sits in relative anonymity through every OU women’s basketball home game

High school notebook: Norman North's Ben Barrett sets state record in 1,600 meters

Apr 30, 2015
Barrett ran the 1,600 meters in 4:09.97 Thursday afternoon in the Central Oklahoma Athletic Conference meet at Deer Creek, breaking the state record, which had been set earlier this year by Deer Creek’s Bryce Balenseifen.

High school notebook: Kansas offers, Duke interested in Norman North's Trae Young

Apr 27, 2015
Young, playing this summer for MOKAN Elite out of the Kansas City area, put on an impressive showing over the weekend at a Nike AAU Tournament in Lexington, Ky., that has resulted in some of the top programs in the country joining the pursuit of the 6-foot-1 point guard.

High school notebook: Del City quarterback Terry Wilson gets Nebraska offer

Apr 21, 2015
The offer is the biggest so far for the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Terry Wilson, who also has offers from Indiana, Houston, Memphis and four other programs. Colorado is also showing strong interest recently.

Missouri basketball adds junior-college teammates Russell Woods, Martavian Payne

Apr 18, 2015
John A. Logan College teammates Russell Woods and Martavian Payne committed to Missouri on Saturday during an official visit, a source confirmed to The Star.With the additions of Payne, a 6-foot-2 shooting guard from St. Louis, and Woods, a 6-8 forward from Chicago, the Tigers have one available scholarship as the roster is currently constructed.Payne essentially had made up his mind before the...

TRACK AND FIELD: Permian sweeps district medals in girls discus

Apr 17, 2015
MIDLAND Calyha Brown and Kiairah Franklin are cousins, but Brown jokingly calls Franklin “mom” because she’s two years older and protective of the ninth-grader. Brown calls Dakota Langston “sister,” and not because they’re blood related but because that’s her best friend.The three Permian High School track and field athletes resembled a happy, prideful family early Thursday afternoon at...

Timeline Ties Newspaper, Community

Apr 17, 2015
The newspaper and community are bound inextricably one to another, with The Daily Star-Journal today continuing the work of the newspaper’s forebearers by holding up a mirror into which the community sees its reflection, good or ill, accurately.Dates and events provided herein – each footnoted and provided to the Johnson County Historical Society – are taken from a variety of sources, with most...

Recruiting is top priority for MU's Kim Anderson in offseason

Apr 13, 2015
There is immense pressure for Missouri basketball coach Kim Anderson to get things right this offseason.Nobody knows it better than Anderson, who played at MU during 1974-77 and was the Big Eight co-player of the year as a senior.The Tigers are coming off one of the worst seasons in program history, a 9-23 campaign that saw records set for most losses in program history and the longest losing...

Questions and Answers with Bob West on his career as News sports editor

Apr 11, 2015
Bob West has moved on in his life.Thursday yhe Port Arthur News sports department for the first time since 1972 no longer had West as a full time employee.It was about a month ago when these questions were first presented to West and instead of a story it was correctly determined the best way for the answers is for Bob West to once again on a Sunday say it in his own words.So how did you get to...

The Oklahoman Super 5 Girls Basketball: How family helped Aaliyah Wilson develop her style of play

Apr 11, 2015
SUPER 5 PLAYER OF THE YEAR — Basketball games in the backyard of the Wilson home oftentimes get pretty physical, especially when Muskogee star Aaliyah Wilson is facing her mom Sheri. And Sheri’s not the only member of the family who’s been a big influence on Aaliyah’s basketball education.

Oklahoma football: Former Sooner football players to participate in benefit basketball game

Apr 9, 2015
Proceeds benefit the Find A Way Foundation, a charity founded by former Sooner Corey Wilson that is dedicated to helping people cope with spinal cord injuries.

Breanna Stewart, Jewell Loyd top AP women's All-America team

Mar 31, 2015
Breanna Stewart is among the best players in women's basketball, and she never takes it for granted.Connecticut's star junior earned All-America honors from The Associated Press for the second straight season Tuesday. She was a unanimous choice for the second consecutive year."It means a lot because it means each season you've gotten better and been productive on the court," Stewart said.Notre...