"Go Tigers, go!"
"Go Tigers, go!"
Chelsea Heidebrecht has played in the Oklahoma high school playoffs and she enjoyed Harding University's run to the NCAA Division II Final Four, however, she had come to the conclusion that it was
CARNEGIE Walking off the field after the Wildcats' second-round playoff loss to eventual Class B State champion Shattuck last November, Carnegie head football coach Jim Harvey was straddling the f
ENID An early deficit can kill a team's momentum and confidence.
Abbey Phelps loves tennis and has proven on the court to be the best prep singles player in Lawton.
Rodney DeLong's journey as a softball coach took him to the east coast for a year, then to Nashville for a year but now the Lawton native is back closer to home after being named the new head softb
Another weekend of tournaments for the Southwest Shockers has come and gone, and it certainly provided the teams an idea of where they need to improve.
Fifty yards away from the chaotic Elgin baseball team dogpile at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City there stood a group of young boys no older than 12 with their eyes gleaming as brigh
It didn't take long to realize that new Lawton Soccer Club President Jennifer Greenwood is all about the players and making sure they learn the skills they need to compete and most importantly, hav
Lawton's 580 RollerGirls fell to 1-5 for the season after losing a tough home bout Saturday night to Hidden Tracks.
Those who follow elite softball know that pitching is probably the most important part of any program and to that point Cameron head coach Dennis Furr is going to great lengths to make sure the Agg
Spring practice and summer weight workouts are always important when you start talking about big-school football in Oklahoma, but for Eisenhower's program, the stakes are even higher when it comes
Several Lawton and area soccer players will be competing for the West when the Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association hosts its All-State games starting tonight at Broken Arrow High School.
It's another warm summer night in Oklahoma and with baseball tournaments in full swing for the coming two months, the Southwest Shockers' dugout is loose and chirpy as usual.
It was an all-Shockers final at the Jim Walton Tournament on Sunday, with both teams having to make furious comebacks in the semifinals to advance.
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) Oklahoma came through under pressure so often in recent years at the Women's College World Series.
The Sooners' moment never came on Sunday.
Once the sun ducked behind towering clouds and a large anvil moving in from the west to steadily drop the scorching temperature, the Red Southwest Shockers' bats still remained hot.
Behind Connor Thaxton's 5 RBIs, the Shockers Black team got two victories at Cameron's McCord Field on Friday to win Pool B.
MacArthur High School baseball coach Rodney DeLong has scheduled a pair of camps this summer to help young players improve their skills and prepare them to take on any challenge they might face in
Hits were served on a platter courtesy of the Red Southwest Shockers on Thursday morning at Cameron University's McCord Field.
The Jim Walton Tournament kicked off on Thursday at MacArthur and Cameron University's McCord Field, and though the Southwest Shockers experienced much success during opening day, one of the three
Cameron University men's basketball team will host a number of camps this summer for the community's youth with dates coming up soon in June and July.
MEERS What makes an event special is often the setting itself.
The high school baseball season isn't quite over for select MacArthur players.
MEERS Last year, cyclist David Jennings looked up and saw a sign for the Tour de Meers and told himself, 'I'm gonna do that next year.'
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