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Pryor head soccer coach Kirk Emerine gives some insight into the upcoming seasons of Tiger and Lady Tiger soccer.
The swim programs for Pryor and Adair were definitely in a rebuilding stage this year after losing several seniors, but Coach Traci Johnson laid a good foundation.
Salina will open its 2014 baseball season ranked No. 6 in Class 3A, according to the first polls published Tuesday on OSSAArankings.com.
Trying to plan your basketball watching weekend? The Times has every area tournament that features a local team covered. Here's are some predictions for this weekend's games.
Locust Grove senior Cub Yeager made history Saturday night in Oklahoma City by capturing his third straight-state title, while his head coach Johnny Cook was named Coach of the Year.
Pryor senior Cody Foos racked up a runner-up finish at 138 pounds, Kelvin Grubbs brought home bronze at 145 and Pryor finished 13th as a team at the Class 5A state wrestling tournament this weekend in Oklahoma City.
The top-ranked Adair girls blazed past Chelsea, 70-23, to claim a 3A regional tournament title, while the Adair boys fell to Nowata, 51-47.
Salina senior and lone state qualifier, Cullen Patterson, fell just short of a Class 3A state title in Oklahoma City Saturday after falling to Owen Simpson of Tonkawa, 8-6, in a 120-pound final.
Locust Grove's hoopsters have advanced to a pair of area consolation brackets beginning Thursday in Claremore.
The Chouteau Wildcats, led by Champ Bridges’ 17 points and a relentless defense that forced numerous turnovers, defeated the Colcord Hornets 53-37 Saturday afternoon.