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Henson leads Tigers past Edison
Spencer Henson threw six hitless innings and doubled twice to boost Pryor past Tulsa Edison, 9-0, Tuesday night at American Legion Memorial Field.
Pryor splits with Collinsville on Sr. Night
Freshman Whitney Jackson scored twice for Pryor to give the Tigerettes a 3-1 win over Collinsville in their season finale Tuesday at Tiger Stadium.
Jimenez' goal lifts LG to first-ever win
The Locust Grove girls soccer team captured the school’s first win Monday night since the program was started in 2012.
Baseball roundup: Wildcats stymie Nowata
Salina collected a 7-2 win over Nowata in Class 3A baseball action Tuesday; Chouteau feasting before postseason; Miami rallies to top LG.
Five Tiger wrestlers strike mat gold
Five Pryor wrestlers won championships in Greco wrestling at the Tulsa Union Oklahoma National team qualifier Saturday.
Salina welcomes World of Outlaws
The World of Outlaws STP Sprint Car Series will make its lone appearance in the state of Oklahoma this Friday at Salina Highbanks Speedway.
Yeager named All-Metro first-team
Several Mayes County athletes were named to Tulsa World All-Metro teams last week, led by first-team wrestler Cub Yeager.
Salina Invitational opens Thursday
Salina and Locust Grove will co-host the 2014 Salina Invitaional Tournament starting Thursday.
Tennis: Three Tigers earn Metro Lakes honors
Cody Moore, Freddie Mendoza and Katarina Webster were each named to Metro Lakes Conference all-conference tennis teams last week.
Baseball: Chouteau moves to 22-5
The Chouteau Wildcats swept a doubleheader with Foyil to improve to 22-5 Friday.
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