County teams gear up for diamond season
Baseball season is just around the corner, with most area teams slated to begin play next week.
LG's Bates wins OKWA state title
Locust Grove youth heavyweight Caleb "Brokeleg" Bates was crowned the Oklahoma Kids Wrestling Association Division IV state championship Feb. 15 at the State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.
Pryor ends skid in time for playoffs
Ryan Ogg went for a career-high 24 points and 14 rebounds to help Pryor blow out visiting Grove, 59-38, at the Burdick Center in Pryor's regular-season finale Monday.
Grove spoils Tigerettes' senior night
The Pryor girls put out their best effort of the season to win for their two seniors Monday, but fell just short in a 42-35 loss to Grove on senior night at the Burdick Center.
Wrestling: Five Pirates, Wildcat headed to state
Five Locust Grove wrestlers and one Salina grappler will travel to Oklahoma City this weekend for the Class 4A and 3A State wrestling tournaments.
Maple, Pirates nab 6th district title
Head boys coach Ronnie Maple and Locust Grove captured their sixth-straight district championship Saturday night after bombing Miami, 65-38, while the LG girls grabbed their second-straight district title with a 60-44 win over Miami.
Colcord sweeps Chouteau in district final
Colcord knocked of visiting Chouteau in a pair of 2A district title games Saturday in Colcord.
3A district: Kansas overcomes Salina
Kansas' Lady Comets finally found a way to knock off Class 3A's No. 18 Salina, 47-43, at Kansas Saturday in the a district tournament final, while Salina's boys dropped a 66-51 decision to the Comets.
County swimmers compete at 5A state
Pryor and Adair's boys tied for 22nd at the 5A State swim meet Friday and Saturday at the Edmond Aquatic Center.
Coweta edges undermanned Pryor in OT
Anthony Martinez led Pryor with 10 points but his lay-up at the overtime buzzer rimmed out, granting Coweta a 41-39 win over a depleted Pryor team at the Burdick Center Friday in a Metro Lakes contest.
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