Booth fills Pirates' baseball vacancy
Locust Grove has named John Booth as its fifth head high school baseball coach in as many years.
Pryor youth camp draws talent, new blood
Former Locust Grove head coach Johnny Cook was on hand Wednesday morning to lead a session of the Pryor Summer Skills Wrestling Camp at the Burdick Center.
- Pryor Summer Wrestling Skills Camp (photo gallery) Pryor hosted its third-annual Summer Wrestling Skills Camp this week at the Burdick Center.
Chouteau the perfect fit for Tramel
The man behind Chouteau's baseball turnaround will step into the dugout across campus this fall in his first season as the Ladycat softball coach.
The Porter Report
Sometimes, the best drive of a round of golf can be the drive back home.
Henson named second-team All-American
Pryor junior Spencer Henson was named a second-team All-American by Louisville Slugger for his outstanding 2014 sophomore season.
Local prospect riding minor league roller coaster
Former Locust Grove right-hander Adrian Houser is experiencing the ups and downs of trying to achieve his dream of playing Major League Baseball.
Ledoux earns stripes in the summer
Pryor righthander Conley Ledoux cemented his spot as the go-to pitcher for his head coach Gerald Osborne over the summer, and Osborne turned to him once again in the last game of the short season.
Putting up points
Thirteen hours separate Pryor from Muskegon, Mich., but that didn't stop Pryor head football coach Jason Freeman from starting a partnership with the top-flight coaches there.
Four Pirates earn national team look
Locust Grove football players Jason Pirtle, Mason Fine, Jaren Dirtseller and Will Bates have been chosen by USA Football to attend tryouts for the International Team July 21-26 in at Towson University.
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