Muskogee Youth Football will have a board meeting, 3 p.m, Sunday, March 7, at the Muskogee Quarterback Club building on the north end of Indian Bowl. This is a mandatory meeting for those wishing to coach in grades 1-7 or parents who wants to know more about the organization.
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Samantha Shanks had 17 points and 10th-ranked Webbers Falls punched its second state ticket in three seasons in a grinding 30-29 defensive battle against No. 8 Pittsburg in the Class B Area II consolation championship game Saturday night.
Kynzi London and Jordan Gann combined for 14 second-quarter points and fifth-ranked Fort Gibson used it to create an 18-3 run to take command and launch their way into the Class 4A Area III finals with a 61-40 victory over No. 16 Bridge Creek at Heritage Hall High School on Saturday night.
WARNER — For 2 1/2 quarters Saturday night, the Warner Lady Eagles battled tooth and nail against Class 2A’s second-ranked Howe Lady Lions.
The Hilldale boys trimmed an eight-point deficit in the second quarter to three at halftime, but an 11-4 run by Ada to start the third quarter pushed the Cougars’ lead to 10 at 41-31 and Ada was pretty much in control from that point on in defeating Hilldale 68-51 in the Class 4A Area IV reg…
Janet Willis, formerly of Piney, is a jack-of-all-trades. There’s not much she can’t do. From dressing up as Minnie Pearl for an “Opry” routine at a local venue to singing a great rendition of Patsy Cline favorites to gardening and selling the “fruits of her labor."
Balanced scoring and a reversal of fortune on the defensive perimeter helped Fort Gibson to a 68-50 win at Seminole in the Class 4A Area III regional semifinals Thursday.
Even if you’re just a local reader, with no real tie to Rougher Nation, you got to be hoping for Lynwood Wade and the Muskogee boys to roll a lucky seven Friday night — which would avoid extending a first-round basketball playoff knockout to seven consecutive years.
EMPORIA STATE 97, NSU 72 — Christian Cook in his first career start dropped this second 20-point performance of the season but the RiverHawks closed off their MIAA road slate with a loss at Emporia State.
WARNER — After a better than two-week break from Oklahoma Collegiate Conference play due to weather, the Connors State Cowboys ripped Redlands Community College 78-54 Wednesday night.
WACO, Texas — NaLyssa Smith scored 20 points, DiJonai Carrington had a double-double and No. 7 Baylor won its 10th game in a row, 70-51 over Oklahoma State on Wednesday night to move the Lady Bears closer to their 11th Big 12 regular-season title in a row.
Muskogee’s lone representative at the Class 6A state swim meet in Jenks is very much in position for a tall spot on the medals podium after Wednesday’s preliminaries.
After a slow start in the lighter weights on Saturday, Wagoner registered five regional champions in Monday’s wrapup of the Class 4A regional at Skiatook.
The performance of the 400-yard freestyle relay highlighted Fort Gibson’s first of two days at the Class 5A state swim meet Monday in Edmond.
After a pair of dominating performances on Sunday in Texas, Connors State returned north of the Red River for the start of a three-game homestand Monday.
TAHLEQUAH -- Behind a career night from Trey Sampson and 46 points from their bench, the RiverHawks completed a weekend sweep of intrastate rivals Central Oklahoma 96-89 on Sunday afternoon.
Grant Randall had three hits in four trips, including a leadoff home run in the first and a run-scoring triple as part of a 17-hit attack in a 13-1 win in game two and a sweep for Connors State of TCS Post Grad in a season-opening doubleheader Sunday in Melissa, Texas.
Bacone took charge in the second half after trailing 36-34 at the break and went on to post its third consecutive win, 80-73 over Baptist Bible College on Saturday at the Palmer Center.
Talk about living through historical events. It reminds me of that old proverb, “may you live in interesting times.”The flood of May 2019 had my wife and I surrounded at Greenleaf State Park.
For the most part, the 2021 high school baseball season, like most of its spring season counterparts, is a mystery to preview.
WICHITA, Kansas – Northeastern State (6-14 in MIAA) women's basketball had three players score in double figures and outrebounded Newman (3-16 in MIAA) by 20 in a 76-63 victory.
This Week's Circulars
61, Cherokee Artist, died Sunday 02/21/2021. Celebration of Patricia's Life, 2:00PM Wednesday, 02/24/2021 at Starnes Cemetery, Fort Gibson. Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Fort Gibson. Online condolences clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com
Frankie Dean, 82 of Muskogee, passed away February 19, 2021 in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma. She was born February 13, 1939 in Porum, Oklahoma, the daughter of Pershing and Nadine Maudie (Cole) Stephens. Frankie Retired from American Airlines as an inventory specialist after many years of service.…
74, Cable TV Operator, died Thursday 02/18/2021. Celebration of Leon's Life, 1:00PM Tuesday, 02/23/2021 at Fort Gibson Church of Christ. Clifford D Garrett Family Funeral Home and Cremation Service, Fort Gibson. Online condolences clifforddgarrettfamilyfh.com
J C Baughman, 75, of Muskogee passed away Tuesday, February 16, 2021 in Muskogee. J C was born in Indio, California on November 11, 1945 the son of Wilburn Baughman and Julia Baughman. J C lived in Muskogee for over 30 years. He was employed as a Roofer for many years and owned his own roofi…
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