LAWTON, OK — The Fletcher girls and Big Pasture boys look to retain their titles as Comanche County Tournament champions as play gets underway at the Great Plains Coliseum on Monday. With Caddo and Stephens also hosting their annual county tournaments, it's one of the busiest and most exciting weeks of the sporting year in Southwest Oklahoma.
LAWTON, OK — In an eerily familiar scene, the Cameron women once again couldn't quite finish off rival Midwestern State, just four days after losing to the Mustangs on the road.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation’s SHOT Show is the largest trade show of its kind in the world, and it kicks off this week in Vegas. Each year the shooting, hunting and outdoor industry shows off the latest and greatest products in an $8 billion industry.
LAWTON, OK — In a tuneup for next week's county tournaments, some of the top small schools in Southwest Oklahoma gathered at the Great Plains Coliseum on Saturday for the Coaches vs. Cancer Hoops Festival.
CACHE — Two young football players from Cache's 10U football team were recently selected to represent the state of Oklahoma in an all-star showcase.
OKLAHOMA CITY, OK — Dozens of young basketball players got the chance to live out a dream Friday when MacArthur faced Duncan at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the home of the Oklahoma City Thunder.
LAWTON, OK — As is the biennial tradition, the OSSAA revealed its football districts for the next two seasons, and several area teams will be facing tougher roads ahead.
LAWTON, OK — Two Southwest Oklahoma schools are allowing their high school basketball teams to experience the big time as Duncan and MacArthur face off at "The Thunderdome" today.
WICHITA FALLS, TX — Maighan Hedge scored 28 points but it wasn't enough to help Cameron overcome poor shooting in the second half of a loss to rival Midwestern State.
LAWTON, OK — The first meeting of the season between MacArthur and Eisenhower saw one game come down to the final shot, while the other was marked by transition baskets for the visitors from the east side.
LAWTON, OK — The 2020 Capital Improvements Program may be full of new projects, but it also will contain mainstays of previous sales tax proposals — upgrades to water and sewer lines.
LAWTON, OK — The Anadarko girls and MacArthur boys rolled to titles in the MidFirst Warrior Classic, highlighting a busy final day of tournaments for local teams.
LAWTON, OK — Cameron out-rebounded St. Edward's 51-30, while Maighan Hedge and Jazmin Luster each had career highs in points as the Aggies claimed an 81-73 win on Saturday.
LAWTON, OK — Cameron was unable to deal with the powerful post game of St. Edward's on Saturday night, leading to the Aggies' second loss in three days.
The New Year brings promise and hope for high scores and a lot of strikes for those of us in the bowling world and judging from scores from the first week, this could be a good year.
NORMAN – The Oklahoma women’s basketball team used a second-half spark to keep its Big 12 momentum going with an 81-72 win over Iowa State Saturday. After trailing at halftime, Taylor Robertson and Madi Williams poured in points in double figures to spur the offense.
LAWTON, OK — After many teams breezed through first-round matchups, the semifinal rounds of local tournaments provided more exciting action.
LAWTON, OK — A busy tournament weekend got off to a good start for many local teams. Some — like the boys and girls teams from MacArthur and Cyril — breezed through the opening round. Others, like the Anadarko boys and both Fletcher squads, had to work a little harder.
A quick start and solid ball handling were key ingredients Thursday as St. Mary’s University earned an 86-72 Lone Star Conference men’s basketball victory over Cameron University in the Aggies’ Gym.
LAWTON, OK — Two slumps of 15 consecutive missed shots torpedoed whatever chance Cameron had of coming back against the visiting Rattlers on Thursday.
LAWTON, OK — While county tournaments for Comanche, Caddo and Stephens are still more than a week away, there will be plenty of local high school basketball action at three tournaments in the northern/northeastern part of the area.
LAWTON, OK — Cameron returns to Aggie Gym for two games over the next three days, beginning tonight against St. Mary's of San Antonio.
LAWTON, OK — While the Eisenhower girls overcame a sluggish start to remind everyone why they've made three consecutive state tournament appearances, the Lawton High boys served notice that they are a force to be reckoned with in Lawton (and around the state).
MacArthur girls snared away a little measure of revenge, getting a clutch 57-40 road victory over Class 5A's No. 1 team Piedmont, the program that knocked the Highlanders out of the playoffs last year and had beaten Mac earlier this season.
Although Lawton High and Eisenhower began their basketball seasons more than a month ago, the season really begins in earnest tonight when the two local rivals meet at Wolverine Gym.
WALTERS, OK — Racing has been in Vic Penrod's blood since he was a child. And after more than 20 years of drag racing professionally, Penrod attained championship glory, though he had to survive a nail-biting finish to do so.
TYLER, TX — By jumping out to a 15-1 start, the Cameron men made it clear they had no plans of letting UT Tyler extend the Aggies' losing streak to five games.
TYLER, TX — The Cameron women attempted an incredible 37 3-pointers on Saturday. Even more incredibly, the Aggies connected nearly half of them, breaking the school record in a win over UT Tyler.
LAWTON, OK/WICHITA FALLS, TX — Mission Broadcasting blacked out DISH customers’ access to its local channels in 18 markets across 16 states, according to a press release from DISH Network on Friday.
One of those affected channels is KJTL, the Wichita Falls-based FOX affiliate.
TYLER, TX — After tough losses on Thursday, the Aggies, both men and women, hit the hardwood against another Lone Star Conference divisional opponent on Saturday.
COMMERCE, Texas — In its first Lone Star Conference division contest, the Aggie men’s basketball team lost a hard-fought battle to A&M-Commerce on Thursday night, 73-69.
COMMERCE, TX — Facing a team the top 10 of the national rankings, Cameron headed into the fourth quarter trailing by just two possessions. However, the offense failed to produce the way it had in other recent games and the Aggie women dropped their third straight game.
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- Woman found dead Jan. 6 identified
- LHS teacher/football coach accused of showing porn, allowing disturbing acts in class
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- ADA offers up to $60K for new warrant officers
- Second Wright's Donut location opens
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