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Am-Po undone by ranked Okarche
Both the No. 1 Lady Warriors and No. 20 Warriors were victorious in Amber tonight.
OKC Energy's Nielsen used to building soccer from scratch
If anyone knows how to break free from the bonds of obscurity, it is Jimmy Nielsen.
Minco's Overton signs with Bisons
Despite an injury to his right knee in the final game of his senior season, Jacob Overton will go on to play football in college.
Four from Alex sign to play at Northwestern Oklahoma
For the first time in eight years, a class of Alex seniors will move on to play football at a university.
Ninnekah splits games at home to Cement
The Ninnekah girls won a tight battle against Cement, while the Bulldogs bulldozed over the boys.
Switch to DE took Filer to NEO
TJ Filer's switch from linebacker to defensive end last season proved to be more important than originally thought.
Filer, Stringer among local players to commit on Signing Day
Many schools across the state will see off their top football players today, as National Signing Day comes to Grady schools.
Tuttle splits Senior Night games
The towering duo of Hope Dankins and Alicia Sandlin took Bridge Creek past Tuttle girls 48-32 on Senior Night for the Lady Tigers on Tuesday.
Longhorns begin playoff path at home
The Alex gym will host boys and girls District 4 games when Class A playoffs begin Feb. 14.
Narrow Latham win highlights Chickasha tourney
A dramatic ending to two full days of wrestling at the Chickasha Sports Arena included Chickasha senior Josh Latham narrowly preserving his undefeated record, an overtime win for Tuttle in the heavyweight final, and the removal of an assistant coach from the building.
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