Hilldale finally opens its faspitch season on Friday at a Broken Arrow Tournament that has been reduced in teams due to COVID-19 concerns.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association at its regular monthly meeting on Wednesday took no action in its agenda item on discussing a change of course of fall sports as scheduled.
Looking around the area as prep fastpitch, barring any issues with the elephant in the diamond that has already sent one program home as the season beckons:
Though in and of itself rests no trophy it holds, Sequoyah High School had returned to a familiar plateau of success a year ago in May when it wrestled our “School of the Year” nod away from Fort Gibson, which had let the dust settle on it for six consecutive years.
The Muskogee Public Schools Athletic Department has fully transitioned to digital ticketing for high school, junior high, and Rougher Youth Sports Academy (RYSA) athletic events for the 2020-2021 school year. Tickets and passes went on sale Monday and continue at www.muskogeeathletics.com/ht…
The Cherokee Nation in response to COVID-19 has withdrawn Sequoyah High School and underclasses from fall sports athletic competition for the first nine weeks of the school year.
Oktaha athletic physicals will be given at school on Tuesday, Aug. 4. Cost is $25. Parent must sign the physical form, which can be found on the school website (oktahaschool.com) under athletics.
Playing where he'll play college ball at the University of Central Oklahoma, Fort Gibson's Conner Calavan scored 11 points as the East beat the West 89-84 in the Large School game of the Oklahoma Basketball Coaches All-State Games in Edmond.
SHAWNEE – NSU incoming freshman Blake Corn highlighted the East defense Saturday in the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association All-State game.
His team denied a chance to defend its American Legion state championship due to the call of the Oklahoma state commander and the national office, Three Rivers Bandits coach Mike Whitten has only a next-door neighbor to measure himself against.
Layne Ailshie of Fort Gibson shot a 7-over 78 to win the overall girls title Monday at the South Central Junior PGA Muskogee Classic, played at Muskogee Golf Club.
The curiosity of some reporters was piqued when the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced a media teleconference to update everyone on the status of fall sports. With the last OSSAA event being a discussion with school administrators on Monday, what became of Thursday’s …
EDMOND – No one knew what to expect from the Checotah Wildcats playing in their first state tournament game.
Mesa Falleur, a Muskogee High junior, made a short run Tuesday as the Oklahoma Golf Association State Amateur Championship played through its Rounds of 64 and 32 on Tuesday.
SKIATOOK — It’s been a long wait, but Bobby Jefferson and the Muskogee Roughers were finally dealt a winning hand here Saturday at Skiatook High School’s Johnson Activity Center.
WARNER — Warner’s deep stable of running backs rolled up a season-high 488 yards on the ground here Friday night, making its first home playoff game since 1998 a footloose and fancy free 40-6 romp over the Yale Bulldogs in the opening round of the Class A tournament.
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62, died Saturday August 8, 2020. Funeral service will be 10:00 am Wednesday August 12, 2020 at Lescher-Millsap Funeral Home in Muskogee. Interment will follow at South Bethel Cemetery in Braggs.
- Police Investigate man found unconscious
- Fort Gibson woman charged with embezzling more than $200,000
- Oktaha positive COVID tests postpone ball openers, including fastpitch with Muskogee
- MHS student tests positive for COVID-19; Hilldale also has case
- Bids approved for new MHS stadium
- Anonymous mail sent to councilor prompts second police probe
- Alford remembered as 'true public servant'
- Cherokee Nation offers Eyeglass Program to all Cherokee Nation citizens beginning Aug. 17
- COVID-19, fall plan on OSSAA table Wednesday
- HASHMARKS: Pitching to play ball: a letter to the decision makers