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Fergason's dream of gold is a matter of inches
In normal, every day life, an inch seems insignificant, like a speck of dust or a millisecond in time. But to Hanna Fergason, such a small distance might as well be the whole world.
Burrows takes fifth at 5A state
Chickasha junior Cody Burrows finished tied for fifth at the Class 5A State Tournament in Lawton, shooting an even par 72 in the final round on Tuesday.
Tuttle selects Ballard as Koons' replacement
Former Lincoln Christian assistant coach Brad Ballard has been chosen as Tuttle's new head football coach, replacing Philip Koons who resigned last month.
Reimers takes reins as new Lady Chicks coach
Veteran coach Kirk Reimers will take up the task of guiding an upward-trending Chickasha girls basketball program as the team's new head coach.
Jones' gold highlights local track finale
A busy weekend of track saw nine top three finishes from area schools and one gold.
Girls relays lead Lady Chicks to state
Chickasha will send eight competitors to the Class 5A State Meet in Yukon starting Friday after some best times were achieved at regionals.
Irish revenge ends Chickasha's season
It was the type of game Chickasha has won numerous times throughout this season, but this time it ended all so differently.
CHS track in form ahead of regionals
Chickasha athletes enter track regionals on the back of some of their best performances this season, a welcome trend as they join the race for state.
Chicks hold on for final day with McGuinness
After a four-run loss to Bishop McGuinness yesterday, the Fightin' Chicks mustered up the offense they needed to take the regional tournament to a decisive final day with an 8-2 win on Wednesday afternoon.
Controversy mars Lady Chicks playoff loss
A tense, hard fought playoff game was made even more so by a controversial outing for the match officials as Chickasha fell 2-1 to Weatherford in the first round of state playoffs.
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