Transition the key for Pryor boys hoops
‘Transition’ really is the perfect word to sum up new head boys coach Russ Gilmore’s approach to Pryor basketball in 2013.
Gilmore brings winning ways to Pryor
Russ Gilmore will sit at the end of the Pryor boys bench Dec. 3 for his first game as a head basketball coach in the state of Oklahoma. Outside the Sooner State? That's a different story entirely.
The Porter Report
Adair head football coach Mark Lippe talks with Chuck Porter about the Warriors' upcoming quarterfinal matchup at Davis.
Football previews: Playoffs, Round 3
Locust Grove travels to Plainview for a contest between two unbeaten teams; Adair travels to Davis settle an old score.
A Fine choice
Pryor Times readers have voted Locust Grove sophomore quarterback Mason Fine as the 2013 Mayes County Football Player of the Year.
Lady Tigers seek stability
As Pryor head girls basketball coach Kim Barth begins her third season at the helm of the Lady Tiger program, she'll have plenty of young faces looking back at her in the huddle.
Chouteau sweeps Okay in season-openers
Karlee Alberty nailed a game-winning buzzer-beater for the Chouteau girls; Arlis Alsip's 21 points pace Wildcats past Mustangs.
MacArthur's late TD eliminates Pryor
Korie Robinson scored on runs of 21, five and seven yards, the last with 3:58 to play, to give Lawton MacArthur a 19-15 win over Pryor in the Class 5A quarterfinals Saturday.
LG handles Berryhill, moves to quarterfinals
Locust Grove improved to 12-0 with a 30-8 win over Berryhill at Leonard Yarborough Stadium Saturday despite a severe weather postponement.
Brand-new feel for Chouteau in 2013-14
Chouteau head basketball coaches Travis Wheeler and Don Cochran discuss the 2013-14 upcoming basketball seasons.
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