Wildcats trump Warriors in late action
Bret Fite threw a complete game and doubled twice to help his cause in Salina's 9-3 win over Adair Friday.
Pryor boys, Adair girls runners-up at Miami
Pryor took home a silver finish in the boys 4A/5A division at a track meet in Miami Thursday; the Adair girls were also runners-up in the Class 3A and under division.
Tigerettes win second straight in overtime
The Pryor girls soccer team improved to 8-4 on the season and 4-2 in District 5A-3 with a 2-1 overtime victory at Metro Christian Thursday night.
Rogers named to academic all-state roster
Adair senior Rendi Rogers has been named a 2014 Academic All-Stater by the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association.
Football notepad: Fowler finds new role at Salina
Salina Public Schools announced this week that head football coach and athletic director Kyle Fowler will take over as the principal at Salina High School; Pryor adds NOAH to slate.
Chouteau sweeps in home return
After three weeks on the road, Chouteau returned home to a pair of wins in the early part of the week.
Soccer: Hale edges Pryor in shootout
Pryor’s postseason hopes all but ended Tuesday with a 5-4 shootout loss to Nathan Hale at Tiger Stadium.
Baseball roundup: Pryor skid reaches 3 games
Pryor dropped its third-consecutive non-district contest Tuesday, a 12-2 run-rule decision at Booker T. Washington; Adair run-rules Caney Valley; Wagoner shuts out Locust Grove.
Errors doom Salina against No. 8 Metro Christian
Salina spotted Metro Christian a seven-run lead and the Wildcats' late rally came up short, as the Patriots left Sam Baker Stadium Tuesday with a 9-5 win.
LG cleans house, ousts four coaches
Locust Grove High School has relieved head wrestling coach Johnny Cook and head boys basketball coach Ronnie Maple of their coaching duties, school sources said Tuesday.
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