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FORT GIBSON – Sophomore Blane Scott led Fort Gibson with 17 points, 11 coming in the second half. as the Tigers turned a 38-26 halftime deficit to a 72-62 comeback win over the Catoosa Indians at John Harrison Fieldhouse Tuesday night.
WEBBERS FALLS -- It wasn’t real pretty, but the Webbers Falls Lady Warriors used tough defense to survive their first major test of the basketball season and in the process were crowed champions of the Arkansas River Shootout Tournament with a 36-25 win over Whitesboro, ranked No.7 in Class B.
Fort Gibson’s Seth Rowan poured in 19 points from the outside to lead all scorers, and big-men Ethan Briggs (17 points, 10 rebounds) and Weston Rouse (14 points, eight rebounds) combined for 21 points and 18 rebounds from the inside as the Tigers beat the Union JV 87-60 in the Hilldale Festi…
D’Andre Titsworth provide a fourth-quarter spark for Muskogee, but it wasn’t quite enough as the Roughers fell just short in an upset bid, losing to the Class 6A No.10-ranked Owasso Rams 65-60 Tuesday night at Ron D. Milam Gymnasium.
After a sluggish start, senior Brayson Lawson came off the bench for the Hilldale Hornets and hit a pair of 3-pointers that set the Hornets on the road to a 72-60 win over the Okmulgee Bulldogs at the Hilldale Event Center Monday night.
The Fort Gibson Tigers had a successful trip to ring in the New Year, taking third place among 24 schools from Texas, Oklahoma and Tennessee at the Texas Outlaw tournament in Allen, Texas, Friday and Saturday.
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Aside from two weeks of practice pounding on each other, Fort Gibson’s wrestlers will get a three-day break from in-house work to spend with their families, but to ring in the New Year, their coach gets them.
It is, as one coach repeated twice in closing out the pre-Christmas portion of the high school basketball season, a time of lessons to be learned.
Warner’s Tori French, left, goes eye to eye with Tanika Anderson of Will Rogers during the Eagle Up tournament at Warner on Saturday. French won the bout and her division at 230 pounds. Taylor Moore was fifth at 120 and Kaylie Lindsey sixth at 107. Fort Gibson had the other area varsity cham…
It was a rough night for the Hilldale Hornets at the middle weights as they fell to Warner 45-30 in a dual meet at the Hilldale Event Center as coach Daniel Llamas gets the third year of the Hilldale program going.
Muskogee Public Schools will introduce TeAna Tramel as its new high school volleyball coach — and second in program history — in a Wednesday press conference.
Hilldale’s Ty O’Neal recorded a double-double on the night and the game high 25 points with 10 rebounds, to lead the Hornets past the persistent Catoosa Indians 63-47 at the Hilldale Event Center on Tuesday night.
Foul trouble — some that was but wasn’t — may well have altered the course of the game for Hilldale in Saturday’s finals of the Okemah Tournament, where the Hornets lost 76-65 to Newcastle for their first loss in five outings.
BRAGGS 69, UNION CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 60 (B)— The Wildcats (6-4) got 23 from Tayten Chapa, including seven 3s, 20 from Jalen Melton, 15 from Austin Rowan and 11 from Connor Miller-Dause against the team they finished with in the Arkoma Tournament on Saturday, winning both games from the Fort Sm…
Brayson Lawson’s 31-point night led Hilldale to a championship spot in the Okemah Tournament on Friday as the Hornets blew by the tournament hosts 82-64.
This Week's Circulars
retired Muskogee Assistant Fire Chief, died Wednesday January 12, 2022. Graveside service 11 am Tuesday January 18, 2022 Fort Gibson National Cemetery. Viewing Monday 10 am to 8 pm at Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home of Muskogee.
Mignon M. Brooks,70, fell asleep in death January 9, 2022. Funeral Saturday, 11:00 AM, Timothy Baptist Church. Burial Monday, 12:30 PM, Fort Gibson National Cemetery. Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., Funeral Procession departs 12 Noon. biglowfunerals.com
Sandra Kay Lewis, 60, passed away January 6, 2022 in Irving, Texas. Service of Remembrance, Saturday, 2:00 PM, First Baptist Church-Central, Okmulgee. Burial will follow in Woodlawn Cemetery. Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., of Okmulgee. biglowfunerals.com
Maurice Maxwell, 66, resident of Muskogee, left this life on Tuesday, January 11, 2022. Service arrangements are pending with the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., of Muskogee. biglowfunerals.com
Michael Ray Weaver, 56, resident of Okmulgee, transitioned to everlasting memory on Sunday, January 9, 2022 from Oklahoma City. Service arrangements are pending with the Keith D. Biglow Funeral Directors, Inc., of Okmulgee. biglowfunerals.com
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