Pryor finishes dual season at 14-7
A shorthanded Pryor team went 1-1 Tuesday night in a triagonal at Jay to finish 14-7 in duals on the season.
Salina takes two at Chelsea
Salina's Cale Backward and Colton Burgess combined for 60 points as the Wildcats outlasted Chelsea Tuesday, and the Salina girls won their 10th game in 11 tries.
Adair wins rematch with Chouteau
Adair's hoopsters swept Chouteau Tuesday night at home.
Dual State: LG to face Plainview in quarterfinal
The fifth-ranked Locust Grove wrestlers will head to Cushing Saturday as one of eight 3A qualifiers for the dual state tournament.
Pirates split with top-10 Fort Gibson squads
The No. 11 Locust Grove boys upset No. 6 Fort Gibson at home Tuesday, while the eigth-ranked Lady Pirates squandered a 12-point lead and lost in overtime to the top-ranked Lady Tigers.
Pryor boys win 4th straight
Defense was the name of the game for the Pryor boys Tuesday, as they held Metro Lakes rival Collinsville to just two fourth-quarter points in a 42-31 win at the Burdick Center.
Salina stuns LG with late rally
Salina sophomore Cassi Barry hit a go-ahead lay-up with 28.6 seconds to play and the Lady Wildcats shocked Class 4A No. 8 Locust Grove, 51-50, Monday at Salina. In the boys game, Locust Grove's Tyler Rowland scored 22 points in a 71-50 rout of the Wildcats.
The Porter Report
When Oklahoma State sophomore Marcus Smart took offense to something Texas Tech fan Jeff Orr said during the Cowboys' loss in Lubbock Saturday, things went from bad to worse for the promising point guard.
Frailey's big second half propels Pryor
Danny Frailey scored 16 points and corralled nine rebounds, both game-highs, in the second half to power Pryor past Tahlequah 67-39 in a Metro Lakes Conference game at the Burdick Center Saturday.
No rest, no problem: Wildcats roar past Trojans
Salina's hoop squads finished off a three-day marathon with big wins over Caney Valley Friday.
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