An intracity regional final is set to take place tonight after Eisenhower and MacArthur both took care of business Monday night. Mac (10-14) hung on to beat Piedmont, 60-56, thanks to an early fourth quarter run in the first semifinal matchup. Ike (19-4) then had no trouble disposing of Durant, 86-44, in the nightcap.
CACHE  Fort Cobb's young Mustangs are growing up. Getting 56 combined points from sophomores Greyden Steinmetz and Cameron Hines, top-ranked Fort Cobb also turned to defense in a 70-51 win over No. 7 Tipton, winning the Class B Area III championship and earning a trip to next week's Class B State Tournament.
PIEDMONT  Nothing No. 4 Piedmont did offensively during Monday night's Class 5A Regional final game against No. 15 Eisenhower was pretty until it mattered most.
 Municipal Judge Nathan Johnson, left, offers the constitutional and statutory oaths of office to three City Council members who began their terms Monday, including new Ward 6 Councilwoman Cherry Phillips. From left are Phillips, Mayor Fred Fitch, Ward 7 Councilman Stanley Haywood and Ward 8 Councilman Doug Wells. Former Ward 6 Councilman Richard Zarle is in the background.
The Lawton City Council welcomed its newest member Monday as city business owner Cherry Phillips took her seat as the Ward 6 council representative.
Dairy judge Christy Jennings, left, of Crescent poses a question to Sterling fourth-grader Taryn Quickle, 10, about her Brown Swiss heifer during the junior showman competition of the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo on Monday.
It's been many years since anyone from Elgin has entered the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo's dairy cattle show, which has long been the domain of Sterling and Fletcher. But one brave soul who dared to be different walked away with the prize for Supreme Heifer on Monday.
Firefighters from Cache and Indiahoma battle a large and explosive fire that destroyed a home and its contents late Sunday at 606 West B in Cache. Although the fire was extinguished within two hours, Cache Fire Chief Dale Winham said firefighters were on the scene for over 4 hours to prevent the blaze from spreading beyond the house.
CACHE  A massive structure fire punctuated by explosions destroyed a house and its contents late Sunday. The blaze was reported at 10:10 p.m. at a home at 606 W. B, which was fully involved when firefighters arrived.
 Municipal Judge Nathan Johnson, left, offers the constitutional and statutory oaths of office to three City Council members who began their terms Monday, including new Ward 6 Councilwoman Cherry Phillips. From left are Phillips, Mayor Fred Fitch, Ward 7 Councilman Stanley Haywood and Ward 8 Councilman Doug Wells. Former Ward 6 Councilman Richard Zarle is in the background.
Dairy judge Christy Jennings, left, of Crescent poses a question to Sterling fourth-grader Taryn Quickle, 10, about her Brown Swiss heifer during the junior showman competition of the Comanche County Spring Fair & Livestock Expo on Monday.
Firefighters from Cache and Indiahoma battle a large and explosive fire that destroyed a home and its contents late Sunday at 606 West B in Cache. Although the fire was extinguished within two hours, Cache Fire Chief Dale Winham said firefighters were on the scene for over 4 hours to prevent the blaze from spreading beyond the house.

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