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Wagoner’s Kaden Charboneau and Collin Condict capped a memorable year at Wagoner with two wins in three matches and capped the Class 4A state tennis tournament with a 6-1, 6-3 win over Syvan Syribouth and Matthew Thompson of Elk City for seventh place in the 16-pair field.

Skyler Nelson hit a go-ahead two-run triple in the top of the ninth off Northeastern State reliever Dakodah Jones and Rogers State eliminated the RiverHawks in a two-game sweep of the best-of-three MIAA playoff series with an 8-6 win in Tahlequah.

Connors State’s hopes of extending its baseball season past the weekend were dealt a big blow Friday in a 12-2 loss to Eastern Oklahoma on Friday in the Region II tournament in Woodward.


Oktaha’s counterpunching ability on Thursday propelled the Tigers into the semifinals of the Class 2A state baseball tournament with an 8-3 quarterfinal win against the Calera Bulldogs on Palmer Field at Dolese Park in Oklahoma City.

Pitch count matters now more than ever in high school baseball.  So does pitching depth, and the coach with the deepest pockets in that respect stand a good shot at long-range playoff success. It also helps if you avoid the elimination bracket.

TULSA —  It may have taken longer, but Hilldale eventually got the goal it needed to beat Holland Hall, 1-0, in a quarterfinal game of the Class 4A boys soccer tournament Thursday night at Hardesty Field.

Three Fort Gibson Lady Tigers are college-bound in basketball: From left, Reese Webb signed to play at Murray State, Lexie Foutch as a preferred walk-on at the University of Tulsa and Abbye Porterfield to Coffeyville (Kan.) 

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