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The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association board of directors by a 7-6 vote Friday rejected the association’s plan with COVID-19 guidelines to restart high school activities beginning June 1. The outcome turns control back to local schools, who can proceed with normal summer activities.

The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association’s board of directors will have a meeting today to discuss the Summer Activities Plan.

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The Oklahoma Coaches Association released its All State teams for boys and girls golf, tennis and trainers on Monday and three area players made the East girls golf squad. Jordan Clayborn and Jade Kuykendall from Hilldale made the East squad along with Jaci Nixon from Eufaula.

Despite most and in some cases, all of the 2020 soccer season not played this spring, the Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association still came up with an all-state list, based on body of work over a high school career with coach’s nominations.

A recent U.S. Cellular Community Connections award recipient, Tulsa Elite 2010 was able to raise their goal of $1,000 in sponsorship support to help cover costs for travel, equipment and tournament fees. The team is made of Muskogee and Tahlequah area players.  From left to right, back row: …


Muskogee junior Ty Williams apparently isn't stretching out a decision on where he'll play college football, even as that list of offers seemed to build daily.

Jeff Walker is leaving Porter girls basketball to become the head girls coach at Berryhill, which approved his hire in a meeting Thursday.

BETHANY — Whether it was the fact the two teams played a year ago with a state berth on the line, or the fact Hilldale had a year’s exposure to playing in the tournament, the Lady Hornets came out loose in Thursday’s Class 4A quarterfinal game at Southern Nazarene University’s Sawyer Center.

From day one he’s always been a super competitor and fighter. He would battle against Shaquille O’Neal. In the fall he’d scrimmage teams better and bigger than you. He was a great coach but a great father to these kids, counseling kids, helping them any way he could. It was pretty rough for …

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Haskell boys basketball coach Wes Hayes has died, a source close to the family confirmed to the Phoenix. He was 48.


Soaking in the emotion of the moment in a dark room adjacent to his office, Terry Scott couldn’t recall the minister who came in and prayed for him and his program earlier in the day.

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65, Auto Parts Salesman, passed away Wednesday, May 19, 2020. Service Info: 11AM, Tuesday, May 26, 2020 at Greenhill Cemetery Pavilion. Cornerstone Funeral Home & Crematory