Enid wins 4 golds at Yukon meet
Enid claimed four gold medals at the Enduro Educational track meet Thursday.
- Chisholm girls qualify for regional golf
- NOC alumni to have function at ballpark
- NOC baseball rivalry set back to today
- Radio-TV for 4-25-15
Back in Memphis, Grizzlies want to keep home edge
The Grizzlies are happy to be back in Memphis, where they finished the regular season by winning a franchise-record 14 straight games.
They brought home-court advantage.
OSSAA and religion mix a strange brew
The recently completed Merrifield Office Plus invitational prep baseball tournament provided area fans with an entertaining dose of small-school baseball played at a top-of-the-line facility at David Allen Memorial Ballpark. It also provided a strong reminder of what happens when tournaments are hamstrung by antiquated rules.
Jerame Littell, son of OSU coach Jim, now part of a different Bedlam
Jerame Littell, the son of Oklahoma State women’s basketball head coach Jim Littell, grew up around the Oklahoma-OSU Bedlam rivalry in Stillwater.
Mustangs right, right on time
The Pioneer Mustangs have picked up another injury.
Coach David Riesen will wear a walking boot on his right foot for two weeks, the treatment for a pulled calf muscle during the Merrifield Office Plus Invitational.
Clemson’s Swinney won’t change after complaint
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney said Wednesday he wouldn’t change procedures after the Freedom From Religion Foundation’s letter of complaint expressing concerns about the football program’s connection to the coach’s Christian religion.
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