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There’s few questions on the offensive side for Hilldale through four spring practices, a side of the ball they had a pretty good idea about coming into the spring with nine of 11 starters back on that side of the ball, including every lineman.

MAGNOLIA, Ark. — Northeastern State struggled on the mound and fell to 16th-ranked and No. 3 seed Henderson State, 11-6, Thursday in its first-ever NCAA Tournament appearance at Walker Stadium at Goodheart Field in the Central Region II Tournament opener.


FORT GIBSON —  Ryan Nolan’s welcome to coaching came courtesy of the supply chain — a helmet shortage. A portion of helmets on order haven’t come in. So some are starting the spring without them.

Muskogee senior Jose Nava signed with Bacone soccer  this week. Also with him is parents Daniel Nava and Nancy Nava, grandmother Colorro Nava and top, Gabe Nava.

Fort Gibson senior Ethan Briggs, with parents Doss and Michele Briggs, signed a basketball letter of intent with Central Christian in McPherson, Kan., this week

Muskogee senior Mesa Falleur signed a golf letter of intent to play at Missouri-Kansas City. He’s with his parents, Linda Falleur and Bill Falleur.

Fort Gibson senior Feather TwoShields signed a basketball letter of intent with Hesston College in Hesston, Kan.,  She’s with her parents Joseph TwoShields and Bennett TwoShields, along with Douglas TwoShields and Jolena Garner.

COLUMBUS (GA.) REGIONAL — Oklahoma State shot a 281 and after a hard charge by Georgia Tech on Tuesday, finds itself tied with the Yellowjackets after two rounds of the NCAA Columbus (Ohio) regional. Both area at 7-under 561, but Georgia Tech made up 10 shots on Tuesday with its 271.


TULSA, Okla. (AP) — Inside the clubhouse at Southern Hills is a sign that proudly signals its heritage with the phrase, “First to Five.” No other course has hosted the PGA Championship as many times.

Wagoner’s Class 4A No. 2 doubles pair of Daley and Perez made it to the consolation semifinals Saturday at the OSSAA Tennis Championships at Oklahoma City Tennis Center,  but were ultimately ousted in the seventh-place matchup.

Northeastern A&M scored the first four runs before a Connors rally came up short as the Cowboys were ousted from the Region II baseball tournament, 4-2 Saturday at Woodward.

EDMOND – No. 23 Northeastern State hit a pair of homers, but 14 hits and nine walks allowed for a 12-2 win in seven innings for No. 3 Central Missouri Friday evening to eliminate the RiverHawks out of the MIAA Tournament. 

Ryan Grider held a one-shot lead after multiple lightning delays and finally darkness on Friday at the All-Pro Tour’s Health and Wellness Real Okie Championship at Muskogee Golf Club.

Preston Callahan, Muskogee’s lone state rep, was 0-2 on Friday in Class 6A No. 1 singles iat the OSSAA Tennis Championships on Friday at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center.

Oktaha’s Gabe Hamilton, seated with head coach Kevin Rodden (second from left), Myles Thomas and Jason Edwards along with teammates standing, signed a letter of intent Wednesday to play baseball for Eastern.

CONNORS STATE 5, NEO 3 — Kaylee Johnson was 3-for-4 and drove in four runs for the Cowgirls in an NJCAA Region II first-round upset win of the Norse (31-20) at Piedmont. Connors (30-27) will take on Rich Mountain or Rose State at 4 p.m. on Friday.


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