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Thunder throttle the Pacers
OKLAHOMA CITY — Coming to the end of a five-game road trip, the Indiana Pacers were looking to close it out with a bang. Taking on Oklahoma City in their own court qualified as the bang they were looking for. However, the Pacers ran head ...
Timberwolves say cohesiveness is only a matter of time
When Norman North opened its season against Edmond Memorial Tuesday night, for much of the game the Timberwolves looked nothing like the team that advanced to the state tournament a year ago. Despite returning all five starters, the ...
Sooners secure solid victory ahead of Duke
The idea was to get ready for Duke. At the very least, eventually, the Oklahoma women made way for the second-ranked Blue Devils, clearing out Western Illinois 97-80 Wednesday night at Lloyd Noble Center....
First few tournaments on ice
The weather has done more than just postpone the OSSAA’s championship football games. It’s also forced the cancellation of several basketball tournaments this weekend....
Veteran coach working to breathe new life into Moore girls’ program
Rhonda Fields wanted back in. A year into her retirement from coaching, she was ready to get back onto the court. There was only one problem. Fields didn’t have a job to go back to. After coaching for 30 years and amassing a 489-306 ...
Westmoore outlasts NHS, 68-58 in season opener; NHS girls fall to Westmoore
How much talent the Norman High and Westmoore boys are able to throw out on the floor will only be understood over the course of the season. Already understood, following Tuesday night’s season opener, is the idea that each squad should ...
North boys fall just short of upset against Edmond Memorial
Norman North made one thing clear Tuesday night. The new-look Timberwolves can play defense, they can shoot and they can play with the defending state champions in Edmond Memorial....
North girls overcome slow start to win season opener
Norman North coach Jeff Blough said the biggest challenge for his team would be how they handled going from the “hunters” to the “hunted.” The Timberwolves entered Tuesday’s season opener against rival Edmond Memorial ranked fourth in the ...
Time now for young T-Wolves?
For coach Bryan Merritt, the preseason has been one whirlwind. He’s spent the last several months setting up a schedule, implementing and teaching his system to his new players, and then doing the same thing again when football ended....
Prep basketball preview
After a run to the state tournament a year ago, expectations are high for the Norman North girls. The Timberwolves are ranked fourth in the state and return everyone from a year ago. Tonight’s opening-night game is a showdown with ...
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