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Cowgirls open against Cyclones
STILLWATER — From this point on anything is possible. Jim Littell and the Oklahoma State Cowgirls know that....
Santa Fe knocks North into area consolation game
CHOCTAW — Norman North dominated most of the stat sheet. The Timberwolves had more field goals than Edmond Santa Fe. They forced the Wolves into 25 turnovers while giving it away just 12 times themselves....
North’s Kolar commits to Oklahoma St.
John Kolar became the second Norman North quarterback in the last year to commit to a major college when he announced his commitment to Oklahoma State earlier in the week. Earlier this year Oklahoma State offered Kolar, who stepped in at ...
Tigers again walk tight-rope in opening win
MUSTANG — Of course, it was another one-goal victory. It wouldn’t be right for a Norman High boys team coached by the ageless Gordon Drummond to open a season any differently....
Westmoore’s Sydney Chastain pulled the rebound and drove coast to coast. She got all the way to Putnam City’s basket and jumped into the contact on her way....
Tigers have faith
Norman High wasn’t supposed to be playing tonight. The Tigers were the team that showed up to every game and played hard and stuck with the opposing team before losing late....
SaberCats survive with rally past Eagles
EDMOND — Heading into the postseason, Southmoore was not playing well. While still trying to regain the form from earlier in the season, it was now on the verge of being sent home much earlier than expected....
Expectations have never been higher for talent-rich T-Wolves
The tip of Norman’s soccer spear has come from various sources....
T-Wolves aren’t content just to make state tournament
As soon as Norman North was bounced from last year’s state tournament in the quarterfinals, the T-Wolves set a goal for themselves. Returning every starter from that squad, they vowed to make it back to the state tournament and take it a ...
Clash on the horizon
The Norman high school soccer season, which now includes six varsity programs, as Community Christian School is now fielding both a boys and girls varsity program, complete with an OSSAA district assignment in 4A-4, kicks off tonight when ...
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