Fred Dabney could see it coming.
Fred Dabney could see it coming.
We're talkin' softball
Maine to San Diego.
Mattingly and Canseco.
It's a bright, cool Sunday morning. The Oklahoma-Texas game, an annual football scrum for bragging rights over the Red River, isn't even 12 hours old yet.
As a high school quarterback at Lawton High, Aso Pogi said he never experienced a light-switch moment when he suddenly began reading defenses in motion.
There is a very good chance that in three years Elgin could be playing in a football district against MacArthur, Duncan, Altus, and maybe even Eisenhower, and that's exactly why the Elgin Board of
Heat-related illness is at the front of high school football coaches' minds this time every year, with intensity toward the season climbing right along with August temperatures.
We called her Meemaw, and Jan carried the name proudly.
It seems that the older this writer gets, the balance of good news to bad news starts swinging toward the bad side and that sure doesn't make me happy.
We are a long way from the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas in December but it looks like at least a pair of area cowboys are on their way to once again challenging for the PRCA gold buc
Lawton Public Schools is pleased to announce Eisenhower High School coach and athletic coordinator Bruce Harrington has claimed the 2015 National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS)
Cameron University's women's basketball team is off to a 4-1 start but the Aggies and Coach Tom Webb are still seeking answers to some pressing questions and hopefully they will learn th
Nate Gamet figures it won't take long to measure the worth of his Cameron University men's basketball team.
Sporting a 30 on his ACT and drawing interest from schools like Villanova, Rutgers, Ohio State and Miami, Delarosa has a bright future ahead of him.
Ethan Spurlock entered his senior season as one of Southwest Oklahoma's most productive players over a four-year period.
When Anthony Williams touched the ball for the first time this season, he closed his eyes.
OK, blink your eyes, then estimate how long you think that took? Now, blink them three times.
I swear I didn't touch the football, but I feel like someone punched me through the back of the endzone.
A 1953 radio broadcast lit a fire under Gene 'Coach' Waits.
My fishing background is pretty much like that of everyone in Southwest Oklahoma, either test out the old farm pond or head to one of the many area lakes.
There are a good many smiles on the faces of the members of the Grand National Horseman's Association because Lawton's continued growth just offers more and more prime opportunities for
What's the old saying, "to the victor go the spoils?"
(EDITOR'S NOTE: This is the third story in our follow-up series on the status of youth sports in Lawton. This week we talk about traveling teams vs.
There is just something special about a grandchild who can bring out emotional outbursts that most grown men seldom exhibit.
Well, on Wisconsin.
That's what it has come to. With just just two rounds left in the NCAA Tournament, Team Constitution can no longer root for Kentucky to win.
Janice Beach-Hardwick offices out of a quiet room attached to the Altus Junior High gymnasium now, organizing papers from her desk.
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