113: Jett Shell, Sallisaw
120: Connor Cline, Blackwell
126: Jamaree Swan, Perry
132: Matt Manley, Perry
138: Cory Vann, Inola
145: Kyle Knight, Cushing
152: Cameron Kirk, Pawhuska
160: Cole Courtney, Blackwell
170: Bo Gibson, Berryhill
182: Nathan Dowell, Newkirk
195: Kolbi Phillips, Vinita
220: Logan Byrd, Stilwell
Hvy: Jeff Byrd, Sallisaw
113: Gunnar Woodburn, Claremore
120: Calib Freeman, Claremore
126: Josh Walker, Union
132: Lukas Etchison, Muskogee
138: Patrick O’Brien, T. Edison
145: Tim Hamilton, Bartlesville
152: Zack Dobbins, Coweta
160: Ian Hammond, Sand Springs
170: Kyle Crutchmer, Union
182: Shelby Krout, Ponca City
195: Caleb Cotter, Sapulpa
220: Paul Wilson, Stillwater
Hvy: Travis Morgan, Stillwater
113: Eric Perry, Hobart
120: Tyler Tompkins, Newcastle
126: Trent Cantu, Tuttle
132: Aaron Hane, Piedmont
138: Steven Fernandez, Newcastle
145: Don Ervin, Weatherford
152: Sterling Hawkins, Tuttle
160: Cody Smith, Kingfisher
170: Garrison McCauley, Comanche
182: Austin Hodge, Little Axe
195: Hunter Winkle, Piedmont
220: Sir Walter Lynn, Little Axe
Hvy: Wayne Hartfield, Kingfisher
113: Fernando Tapia, Altus
120: Lloyd Crownover, Yukon
126: Kyle Garcia, Choctaw
132: Jemuel Duran, OC Southeast
138: Jazer Duran, OC Southeast
145: Matt Wilhite, Altus
152: Jamie Shawver, Del City
160: Garrett Henshaw, Yukon
170: Vincent Opuiyo, Western Heights
182: Nolan Boyd, Deer Creek
195: Hunter Long, Noble
220: Landry Chappell, Guthrie
Hvy: Evan McGee, Ardmore
Area teams prep for tourneys
Adair, Chouteau and Salina hoopsters will enter the Adair Invitational Tournament this week, while Pryor will travel to Inola for a the week-long Jerry Oquin Tournament.
Fantasy Football Forecast: Week 14
The Fantasy Forecast returns after a Thanksgiving feast.
Chouteau outlasts Salina for 2-0 start
The Chouteau Wildcats overcame a nine-point, first quarter deficit against Salina to squeak out a 57-50 win over their county rival at the old “C-Block” in Chouteau.
Kelley spoils Gilmore's Pryor debut
Despite a game-high 26 points from Robert Ross, Pryor couldn't give new head coach Russ Gilmore a win in his Tiger coaching debut, falling to Bishop Kelley 71-52 Tuesday night at the Burdick Center.
Kelley stuffs Pryor girls' comeback
Pryor's girls fought back from a 14-point second-half deficit but couldn't complete the comeback, dropping their season-opener 40-30 to Bishop Kelley Tuesday at the Burdick Center.
Ridgerunners drop LG in dual
The Locust Grove dual wrestling team began its season with a 42-34 loss to Class 5A’s No. 13 Grove Tuesday night.
Mayes County Football 2013: A review
The 2013 football season was undeniably a success for area football teams.
Plainview ends LG dream season
Locust Grove’s 12-game winning streak and playoff run came to an end Friday night after it fell to Plainview on the road, 41-12, in a Class 3A quarterfinal.
Adair drops nailbiter to Davis for second-straight season
Despite a huge first half from quarterback BJ Bradbury, the Adair Warriors couldn’t sustain a 13-point lead and fell — for the second year in a row — to Davis by one point in the Class 2A state quarterfinals, 28-27, Friday night.
Hardwood Pirates have high expectations
Locust Grove's boys and girls basketball teams prepare for their upcoming season.
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