Soccer is growing.
Soccer is growing.
A tough season just got tougher for the 580 Rollergirls after losing Saturday night to the Oklahoma City Roller Derby Tornado Alley squad, 296-55.
EDMOND A putt shall set you free.
EDMOND Bogeys don't matter much to Gene Sauers these days.
That mindset says a lot about where he's been and where he is now.
There once was a gruff old city editor who always taught us to listen to people because when readers are complaining about something, then there is probably a good reason behind that disgust.
It would be impossible to rank all the great athletes and coaches who have contributed to the many successes achieved by Lawtonians.
EDMOND (AP) Colin Montgomerie thought it would be tough to keep his advantage from the first round at the U.S. Senior Open, and it was.
EDMOND Forty years ago, Esteban Toledo would've been considered a long shot to even be in Edmond this week.
His whole life has been a long shot.
What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.
But this week Cameron basketball star Craig Foster would rather have what he does there reverberate for a while.
Rocky Walcher couldn't believe his luck.
SOUTHPORT, England (AP) As much as Michelle Wie prefers to look forward, this is one week when it's tempting to get caught up in the past.
EDMOND Turning 50 is a milestone no matter what.
Last week's Thunder column pertaining to the NBA draft brought quite the response from readers. In fact, it generated more emails than any other column yours truly has ever written.
Zach Johnson has been hired as Cameron University's cross-country head coach, the school announced Monday.
A wink and a smile.
One benefit of Craig Benson taking the football head coaching position at Duncan this past winter was the close proximity it created with family who lived in Southwest Oklahoma.
At some point, Eagle Fixico would like to see this come to an end.
Bill Hunt is a walking encyclopedia of Cache.
While there are several different manners in how cities organize their youth sports programs, the common thread involves several levels of promotion, ranging from hand-delivered fliers a
With the sound of thunder and firecrackers rumbling in the distance, Southwest Shockers Red and Lawton-based Oklahoma Sting made their own noise at Eagle Field on Independence Day.
Chances for walk-off wins normally don't come along more than once a game, but the Southwest Shockers had three chances before they finally converted in the Fab 5 Festival on Thursday.
Braydon Albert is giving whole new meaning to the split-finger fastball.
Why not give Missouri transfer Dorial Green-Beckham a chance to prove his time spent wreaking havoc, on and off the field in Columbia was an aberration.
Oklahoma fought the good fight as long as it could, but it's finally succumb to the epidemic sweeping college football.
The Oklahoma City Thunder must relish being labeled an underdog because the front office hasn't done anything in years to remove that label despite having the resources.
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