Parkinson accepts OWU position, will leave CHS in May
Chickasha boys soccer head coach Scott Parkinson has accepted an assistant coaching position with Oklahoma Wesleyan University and will exit the Fightin' Chicks program at the end of the season.
Verden comeback wins Panther Classic
Verden baseball heads into a big week for Grady County teams with their tails up after a comeback win in the Panther Classic championship game.
Rush hit by late Roff runs in 3rd place loss
Rush Springs held on for six innings to come within touching distance of a third place finish, but Roff only needed one to take that away.
Panthers put Cordell to the sword in conso win
Putting some previous struggles behind them, Amber-Pocasset performed like they had a point to prove in their 6-0 win over Cordell to take the consolation prize in the Panther Classic on Saturday.
Am-Po advance, Rush struggle in run-filled Panther Classic
Second round games in the Panther Classic were anything but low scoring as Amber-Pocasset , Lookeba-Sickles and Cordell relied on offense to advance in the afternoon games.
Redskins hold off Cordell comeback
An early lead almost collapsed for Rush Springs, but they held on against Cordell to advance 4-3 into the Panther Classic semifinals.
Thunder end Spurs streak in home win
Oklahoma City overturned an early deficit to bring San Antonio’s 20-game winning streak crashing down with a 106-94 win in a battle of the top two in the Western Conference on Thursday.
Local teams vie for Panther Classic
Amber-Pocasset, Verden and Rush Springs represent the local talent competing in the Panther Baseball Classic starting today.
CHS girls honored at conference, state level
On top of being apart of the first Chickasha girls team to reach state in nearly two decades, some Lady Chicks came away from this season with conference and all-state honors.
Fightin' Chicks fight back in Carl Albert clash
If attitude makes the difference, Chickasha can put a valuable win over Carl Albert down to an overnight mood swing.
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