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Tigers’ chance at upset over No. 1 Trojans slips away
MUSTANG — It may be forgivable, yet nor is it the best recipe for posting an upset tantalizingly within reach. Consider it a lesson learned for the Norman High boys....
Southmoore tries to build on hot start at Big Cat Classic
The Southmoore slowpitch softball has gotten off to a blazing start to the season. After sweeping Putnam City North in a pair of games Monday, the SaberCats moved to 11-0 on the season and are ranked No. 2 in the state. “I think the key ...
Gaylor settling in to new job with Jags
It didn’t take Westmoore’s new skipper long to get into the groove of his new job. After being officially approved by the Moore Schools Board of Directors as the Jaguars’ head football coach, Adam Gaylor can be found at the school three ...
Tigers begin brutal stretch in schedule with Trojans
While the rest of the Tigers and Timberwolves continue to spend time away from the game pitch, the NHS boys are about to be very busy, getting in three games — including a couple of doozies — before district play begins next week....
T-Wolves not afraid of adversity on the diamond
Ten games into the season, Norman North has already faced its share of adversity. The defending state runner-up has dealt with injuries, travel and tough losses in a 6-4 start, a stretch in which coach Brian Aylor has seen both positives ...
Thunder manhandle Nuggets in blowout victory
OKLAHOMA CITY — Caron Butler has been in Oklahoma City less than a month. When he signed on as a free agent March 1, he had already played for six other teams in his career. Despite that, Butler said his transition has been seamless ...
Bedlam grudge match goes to Cowboys’ Perry
OKLAHOMA CITY — Andrew Howe wanted one more shot. The Oklahoma senior endured multiple surgeries to earn another chance to win a national championship. Howe got his shot Saturday in his own backyard when he faced Oklahoma State’s Chris ...
It’s an all-Bedlam final for the 174-pound title
OKLAHOMA CITY — Andrew Howe is the last one standing. Of the eight Oklahoma Sooners who began the weekend with dreams of carrying home a championship, the 174-pounder is the only one with a chance to still make it happen....
Iowa’s Ramos rolls into finals with pin over Schopp
Tony Ramos is a no-excuse kind of guy. Even though the 133-pounder from Iowa had announced he would get married this year, he knew that it would not affect his game on the wrestling mat....
Big game from bigs would be big
Oklahoma is the No. 11 seed in the Lincoln Regional and DePaul is the No. 7 seed. The Sooners enter with an 18-14 record, a 9-9 Big 12 record and are only 8-9 over their last 17 games. The Blue Demons enter Saturday’s 12:30 p.m. NCAA ...
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