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LAWTON, OK — The early part of the season hasn't been too kind to the Cameron women's basketball team, who has to face another tough opponent tonight in defending national championship runner-up Southwestern Oklahoma State. However, the Aggies get the pleasure of finally playing in front of their home fans.

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EDMOND–Cameron’s women’s basketball team could not keep up with the high-powered Central Oklahoma offense on Saturday, falling, 107-58, to its in-state foe.

LAWTON, OK — Basketball season in Lawton officially kicks off Saturday when the Eisenhower basketball teams start the season hosting Enid. Daniel Wall returns for his fifth season as the girls head coach while Wade Wallace begins his tenure as the Ike boys coach.

WICHITA, KS — Despite 18 points from Tyler Williams, the Cameron men couldn't overcome poor shooting against the Newman Jets, falling 65-57, dropping the Aggies to 0-4 on the young season.

After falling to in-state foe Southwestern Oklahoma State over the weekend, the Cameron mens basketball team, still in search of its first win of the 2019-20 season, heads to the Sunflower State to face Newman on Wednesday.

For the first time, the Dr. Green Memorial Banquet was held for the local high school basketball teams, as former Oklahoma guard and Eisenhower assistant Shannon Carter gave student-athletes from each of the three Lawton high schools lessons about building good habits on and off the court. 

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Although football may still be drawing the headlines, basketball is right around the corner. And Eisenhower will celebrate the beginning of basketball season with its annual "Eagle Madness" kickoff event Thursday.

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While Lawton High and Eisenhower play for respect against highly-ranked opponents, MacArthur could seal a playoff berth with a win in Duncan tonight.

LAWTON — This season hasn’t quite worked out the way the Lawton Wolverines planned, and one of the main reasons is turnovers according to Lawton High head football coach Ryan Breeze.

LAWTON — High school football coach Ryan Breeze summed up last Thursday’s defeat to Stillwater in the only way that made any sense given the final result, “we got our butts kicked.”

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LAWTON — Head football coach Ryan Breeze said the team’s performance last Thursday against Putnam City West was the type of performance he has wanted to see from his team all year.

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