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According to the Albion Public School Facebook page


Congratulations to Zach Torres!


Torres was chosen as a member of the ORES ALL STATE TEAM.


Congratulations to Zach.


Pictured with Torres is basketball Coach Grant Glenn.

 

 

Congratulations to Karli Albert!

 

Karli is a Seventh Grader for the Shady Point Lady Warriors.


She was selected as one of the members of the Division III ORES All-Tournament Team on Saturday February 17, 2018,

 

The Divison III ORES Tournament was held at Shawnee High School.


Good Job!

Saturday, 17 February 2018 15:11

OU Women's Tennis - Sooners Roll Past Pacific, 6-1

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Sooners Roll Past Pacific, 6-1


NORMAN – The Oklahoma women’s tennis team picked up its third straight victory with a 6-1 win over Pacific Saturday at the Headington Family Tennis Center.


OU captured the doubles point to open the match with wins on courts three and one, then picked up singles victories on courts one, three, four, five and six to take the match.


"We’re really gaining confidence in each court," said head coach Audra Cohen. "The whole team is coming together in terms of getting to work at their position and doing whatever they can to win on their court and everyone has an opportunity to win on their court. I feel like we’re solidifying some holes that we may have earlier in January, and coming around to being confident on each court, which is really key."


In doubles action, Simran Sethi and Camila Romero rolled to a 6-1 victory over Dohee Lee and Yuki Asami on court three to get things started for the Sooners.


Jasmine Asghar and Christie Brigante captured the point for OU with a 6-2 win over Karina Vyrlan and Anneroos Nederstigt.


When play was halted, Skyler Miller and Malene Stripp led Dohee Lee and Yuki Asami, 5-4, from the No. 2 line.


Romero picked up the Sooners’ first singles win of the day with a 6-0, 6-1 victory over Ioana Popescu on court five.


"She’s gotten better with every match and more comfortable with dual matches," said Cohen of the freshman. "It’s always tricky to play dual matches after playing tournaments your whole life as an individual then all of the sudden you have the pressure of the team and a whole new environment. She’s handled it better as each match has gone on and to see her get off the court first today and really play her tennis from start to finish, doubles and singles, was really good for her.”


Brigante also rolled to a 6-0, 6-1, win on court three, taking down Lee for her third consecutive singles win.


Sethi made quick work Ramos Vinolas, 6-0, 6-1, from the No. 5 line. The senior has given up just to games in the last two matches she’s played.


ITA No. 18 Miyazaki also pushed her winning streak to three matches with a 6-1, 6-2, victory over Vyrlan in the one slot.


Stripp held on to win her match in a 10-point tiebreaker in lieu of a third set, defeating Nederstigt, 4-6, 6-1, 1-0 (4). In the superbreaker, Stripp traded games with Nederstigt before tying the frame at 4, then took over to capture the match. The win was good for the senior’s third consecutive singles victory.


Asghar fell to Maayan Sela, 7-5, 6-3, at No. 2. Sela remains undefeated on the year at 4-0 in singles.


The Sooners return to the Headington Family Tennis Center Friday, Feb. 23 to face USF at 5 p.m.



Singles Results
1. #18 Lily Miyazaki (OU) def. Karina Vyrlan (PAC) 6-1, 6-2
2. Maayan Sela (PAC) def. Jasmine Asghar (OU) 7-5, 6-3
3. Christiana Brigante (OU) def. Dohee Lee (PAC) 6-0, 6-1
4. Simran Kaur Sethi (OU) def. Anna Ramos Vinolas (PAC) 6-0, 6-1
5. Camila Romero (OU) def. Ioana Popescu (PAC) 6-0, 6-1
6. Malene Stripp (OU) def. Anneroos Nederstigt (PAC) 4-6, 6-1, 1-0 (10-4)


Doubles Results
1. Jasmine Asghar/Christiana Brigante (OU) def. Karina Vyrlan/Anneroos Nederstigt (PAC) 6-2
2. Skyler Miller/Malene Stripp (OU) vs. Maayan Sela/Sabrina Rodriguez (PAC) 4-4, unfinished
3. Simran Kaur Sethi/Camila Romero (OU) def. Dohee Lee/Yuki Asami (PAC) 6-1
Order of finish: Doubles (3,1); Singles (5, 3, 4, 1, 6, 2)

 

Wednesday, 14 February 2018 22:53

GAC TENNIS WEEKLY AWARDS (FEBRUARY 14)

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RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – The Great American Conference announced the league’s awards for the opening weekend of the tennis season. Oklahoma Baptist Alex Bowers earned the Women’s award and Harding’s Morgan Silvan won his second-straight Men’s honor.

 

GAC WOMEN’S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Alex Bowers, Oklahoma Baptist, Jr., Duncan, Oklahoma
Bowers picked up two wins as the Lady Bison opened the spring season with a 6-3 victory against Washburn, the No. 9 team in the ITA Regional Rankings. She paired with Caroline Abbe to defeat Aly Burr and Madison Lysaught, 8-3, at No. 3 doubles and beat Alysha Nowacki in straight sets at the No. 4 position.

 

GAC MEN’S TENNIS PLAYER OF THE WEEK – Morgan Salvan, Harding, Fr., Millau, France
Salvan scored three singles wins and three doubles victories last week. After posting easy victories against Hendrix, he and Alejandro Sendra registered a doubles win against Drury’s Sebastien Amato/Gregor Kokalj, the No. 6 team in Division II, the highest-ranked doubles NCAA team Harding ever defeated. He earned two more points against Nebraska-Kearney.

 

NOTABLE WOMEN’S NOMINEES
- Arisa Takanshi, Jr., Harding (Went 3-0 in singles play, improved to 6-0 in dual singles matches this season)

 

NOTABLE MEN’S NOMINEES
- Lucas Castelo, Jr., Oklahoma Baptist (Earned singles and doubles wins against No. 19 Washburn)

 

Saturday, 10 February 2018 18:17

Shady Point Lady Warriors ORES Consolation winners

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Congratulations to the Shady Point Lady Warriors, they beat the Monroe Lady Eagles 37-24 to win the ORES East Area Consolation Championship.

 


The Lady Warriors will advance to the ORES State Tournament at Earlsboro High School Thursday February 15th against Pleasant Grove  in Shawnee, Oklahoma.

 


Good Job Girls!

Tuesday, 06 February 2018 16:59

Davidson signs with EOSC

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Howe, Oklahoma - Senior Abigail Davidson from Howe High School has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Eastern Oklahoma State College Mountaineers in Wilburton.


Joining Davidson in the signing were Howe Coaches, Shannon Stubbs, Mike Womack, her pitching coach Stacy Gibson, Howe coach, Chris Brown, and Abigail's family - Michael and Jennifer Davidson, sister Micah and brother, Dakota.

 

Congratulations!

Saturday, 03 February 2018 16:49

Bison Open with Combined Perfecto

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SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist baseball fans were treated to history Friday as the Bison got their first combined perfect game in a 12-0 rout of Manhattan Christian.

 

Albertus Barber, Thomas Shroder and Mychal Yarbor combined for 18 strikeouts over seven innings without allowing a runner to reach base in any fashion.

 

Barber struck out eight batters, catching seven of those on called third strikes. Shroder came on in the fourth and went three innings, striking out seven. Mychal Yarbor struck out the side in the seventh.

 

Barber is credited with the win.

 

OBU had one other perfect game, that coming in 2005 with Tabor Woolard getting the better of Peru State. Bison pitchers have been in two other combined no-hitters, including one last year when Carson McPherson, Zach Fowler, Blake Whitehead, Jace Wilkins and Nick Burnham combined for a no-hitter with three walks.

 

OBU’s last no-hitter was by McPherson, also last season, at Northwestern.

 

The Bison scored the only run it needed in the first inning when Brett Berghammer walked, stole second and scored on a single by Josh Timms.

 

OBU added two in the third on back-to-back RBI doubles by Berghammer and Brett Bloomfield. Bloomfield added an RBI single in the fourth to make it 4-0.

 

Jake Gozzo doubled and scored on a triple by Garrett McKee for a 5-0 Bison lead in the fifth.

 

The Bison left no doubt after a seven-run sixth inning. Juan Gonzalez started the scoring with a sacrifice fly, Roy Verdejo added an RBI single and two more runs crossed on a triple by Brock Carter. McKee added an RBI single and later scored on a wild pitch. Landon Harper drew a bases-loaded walk for the final run of the game.

 

OBU rounded up 13 hits, including two each by Bloomfield, Timms, Gozzo, Carter and McKee.

 

The win was the 20th in a row for the program, dating back to April 11 of last season.

 

The Bison and Manhattan Christian square off again Saturday in a 1 p.m. doubleheader.

 

 

 

Ray Fink, Director of Athletics Communications, Oklahoma Baptist University

Wednesday, 24 January 2018 22:42

OU Regents Approve North Video Board Upgrade

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Mike Houck | Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma

 

NORMAN — The fan experience at Oklahoma football games is getting another upgrade with the addition of a new state-of-the-art video display on the north end of the stadium. The OU Board of Regents approved the acquisition and installation of the project on Wednesday.

 

The installation of the new north board is expected to begin this spring and will be ready for the start of the 2018 season. The display will be similar to the technology and resolution of the south end board, which was installed prior to the 2016 season. Picture clarity will receive a significant upgrade as the pixel resolution will more than double over the previous board.

 

At 2,356 square feet (38 feet high by 62 feet wide), the north board will be more than three times larger than the current board located in that space and taller than the old south board that was removed prior to the 2016 season. The new board will be similar to what many Sooner fans witnessed at the Rose Bowl and will replicate the video space that is dedicated to live action and replays on the current south board.

 

The amount of space dedicated to game action and replays will be similar to what appears in the center block of the south board.

 

"This has been part of our master plan for some time and we're delighted to get the new high-definition board in place," said Joe Castiglione, vice president and athletics director at OU. "This will provide a greatly-improved fan experience especially for those seated in the south end zone. We're already discussing the programming of the new board and will focus almost exclusively on live action and replays."

 

Brandon Meier, associate athletics director for broadcasting and the director at SoonerVision, underscored Castiglione's description of the board's use.

 

"We know that a fan's greatest desire with any video board is to see high quality replays, and that will be our direction," Meier said. "Other game information will still be available on ribbon boards and other boards in the stadium, but the north board will be free of anything that would infringe on seeing game action. And this new board and the amount of space we dedicate to similar video on the south board will be roughly the same. In terms of seeing game action and replays, everyone in the stadium will enjoy a similar experience."

 

The athletics department also plans to add new LED boards, one each in the in-stadium concessions plazas located in the southwest and southeast corners of the stadium. They will be used for informational purposes.




Tuesday, 23 January 2018 17:06

Riley Hires Shane Beamer as Assistant Coach

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Submitted by Mike Houck, Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma Athletics Department

 

NORMAN — University of Oklahoma head football coach Lincoln Riley announced Tuesday the hiring of assistant coach Shane Beamer, who served as special teams coordinator and tight ends coach at Georgia the last two seasons. Beamer will be OU's assistant head coach for offense and will coach the team's tight ends and H-backs. Riley said Beamer will also work with assistant coach Jay Boulware in overseeing the Sooners' special teams.

 

The hiring, made possible by a recent NCAA measure that allows programs to add a 10th on-field assistant coach, is pending approval by the OU Board of Regents.

 

Beamer, who served as associate head coach and running backs coach at Virginia Tech for five years (2011-15) before joining Georgia's staff, was also an assistant coach at South Carolina (2007-10) and Mississippi State (2004-06).

 

"I'm really, really excited to add Shane to our staff," said Riley. "He's a great coach with proven success who brings a wealth of experience from his time at Georgia, Virginia Tech, South Carolina and Mississippi State. He's a tremendous person and recruiter, and will do nothing but add to the great staff that we already have. We're very excited to welcome Shane and his family to Norman."

 

Beamer, who played at Virginia Tech in the late 1990s under his father, Frank, indicated he can't wait to get started at OU.

 

"My family and I couldn't be more excited about joining the Oklahoma family," commented Beamer. "I have a lot of respect for Lincoln Riley as a coach and as a person. We're excited about joining up with him going forward.

 

"I had a great job at the University of Georgia and they've been great to me. At the end of the day, the opportunity to work with Coach Riley and the rest of the staff at Oklahoma was one that I didn't feel like my family and I could pass up. Lincoln's reputation as an offensive mind and as a head coach is second to none. It's exciting for me to be learn from him and his system."

 

 

Georgia posted a 21-7 combined record the last two seasons, including a 13-2 mark in 2017 when the Bulldogs won the SEC Championship Game, beat OU 54-48 in overtime in the College Football Playoff Semifinal at the Rose Bowl, and lost 26-23 to Alabama in overtime in the CFP National Championship Game.

 

"I had a lot of respect for the Oklahoma program going into our game at the Rose Bowl, but had even more respect after playing the game," added Beamer. "I'm just excited to join up and be a part of it."

 

In his first season at Georgia, two of his players earned SEC All-Freshman honors: tight end Isaac Nauta and kicker Rodrigo Blankenship. In 2017, the Bulldogs ranked eighth nationally in net punting average (41.7 yards, after ranking 112th in 2016 at 34.9 yards) and 20th nationally in kickoff return average (23.5 yards). Georgia also improved 76 spots from 2016 in kickoff return defense, allowing 19.5 yards per return to rank 40th. Additionally, Georgia blocked four kicks on the year. Its three blocked field goals ranked as third most in school history. Blankenship made 21 of his 24 field goal attempts (87.5 percent) and led the SEC in PAT percentage, while punter Cameron Nizalek's 42.0-yard net average was the second-best mark in school history. Also, returner Mecole Hardman led the SEC in punt return average (11.8 yards) and ranked second in kickoff return average (25.3 yards).

 

In his first year as an assistant coach at Virginia Tech, Beamer provided mentorship to David Wilson, who broke the school's single-season rushing record and was named an AP All-American and the ACC's Player of the Year, and went on to be selected in the first round of the NFL Draft by the New York Giants. In 2013, his group of running backs didn't fumble the ball in 350 combined attempts, marking the first time in his father's tenure for the feat. His 2014 group suffered through several injuries that hampered production, but tailback J.C. Coleman stepped up late in the season and earned Military Bowl MVP honors, a game in which Shane Beamer served as the acting head coach while his father watched from the press box following throat surgery.

 

At South Carolina, Beamer coordinated the special teams and coached outside linebackers. In his final two years in Columbia, he also served as recruiting coordinator. He was nominated for the 2009 Frank Broyles Award, which goes to the assistant coach of the year.

 

In 2009, Beamer's special teams units recorded five blocked kicks, tying for the SEC lead and tying for the eighth-highest total in the nation. Beamer helped coach a defensive unit that ranked third in the SEC and 15th in the country in total defense, and second in the league and eighth in the country in passing defense.

 

Beamer joined the South Carolina staff in 2007, coaching the outside linebackers and serving as the co-coordinator of special teams in his first season in Columbia. He worked with the cornerbacks in his second campaign. That 2008 unit was one of the most productive on the field as they were part of a defensive squad that finished the regular season ranked second in the nation in pass defense and 13th in total defense.

 

Beamer's first class as South Carolina's recruiting coordinator (2009) was ranked as the nation's 12th-best class by both Rivals.com and Scout.com, and the 2010 and 2011 recruiting classes were again ranked in the top 25.

 

Beamer was hired by Mississippi State in January 2004 to coach the Bulldog cornerbacks. In his first two seasons at MSU he guided three defensive backs to SEC All-Freshman Team accolades. He made the move to running backs coach in the spring of 2006 and coached running back Anthony Dixon to SEC All-Freshman honors. He also served as the program's recruiting coordinator.

 

Prior to Mississippi State, Beamer spent three seasons (2001-03) as a graduate assistant at Tennessee, helping with the cornerbacks, coaching the placekickers, punters and long snappers, and assisting in all special teams areas. He also oversaw game opponent scouting and earned a master's degree in sport management in December 2003.

 

Before joining the staff at Tennessee, Beamer worked one season (2000) as a graduate assistant at Georgia Tech, helping with the Yellow Jacket quarterbacks and wide receivers.

 

Beamer earned his bachelor's degree from Virginia Tech in 1999 and was the Hokies' starting long snapper for three seasons. He also contributed as a wide receiver. He played on four bowl teams and three Big East Conference championship squads.

 

He concluded his college playing career by helping the 1999 Hokies to a No. 2 final regular-season ranking and a berth in the national championship game against Florida State in the Sugar Bowl.

 

Born in Charleston, S.C., Beamer is married to the former Emily Gladney, a Starkville, Miss., native. The couple has two daughters, Sutton and Olivia, and a son, Hunter.





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Thursday, 18 January 2018 21:13

Mayfield Named 2017 Manning Award Winner

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NORMAN — Chalk up another major honor for Baker Mayfield. The former Oklahoma quarterback on Thursday was named winner of the 2017 Manning Award, which was created by the Allstate Sugar Bowl to honor the college football accomplishments of Archie, Peyton and Eli Manning. It is the only quarterback award that takes into consideration the candidates' bowl performances in its balloting. The award is voted on by a panel of local and national media, as well as each of the Mannings.

 

Mayfield, OU's first Manning Award winner, got the nod over fellow finalists J.T. Barrett (Ohio State), Kelly Bryant (Clemson), Sam Darnold (USC), Jalen Hurts (Alabama), Lamar Jackson (Louisville), Trace McSorley (Penn State), McKenzie Milton (UCF), Mason Rudolph (Oklahoma State), Jarrett Stidham (Auburn) and Khalil Tate (Arizona).

 

"I would like to thank the Allstate Sugar Bowl for creating this award in our family's name 14 years ago," said Archie Manning. "It is an honor to have our name associated with the top quarterback in the nation each year. I would also like to congratulate Baker Mayfield, who capped a tremendous career with an outstanding senior season to earn this honor. To say he took a different path to success would be an understatement. I doubt there's ever been a player who walked on to two different teams and reached this level of success."

 

A native of Austin, Texas, Mayfield led the Sooners to a 12-2 record in 2017, a third consecutive Big 12 title, a No. 2 seed in the College Football Playoff and a No. 3 final AP ranking. He set the FBS single-season record for passing efficiency with a rating of 198.9, breaking his own standard of 196.4 that he set in 2016.

 

Mayfield also led the FBS in 2017 in completion percentage (.705), points responsible for (296) and yards per pass attempt (11.5). He set the OU single-season record for total offense (4,938 yards), while his completion percentage and 43 touchdown passes rank second best in school single-season annals, and his 4,627 passing yards rank third.

 

Mayfield, who set a school record with four Big 12 Offensive Player of the Week honors in 2017, threw for a school-record 598 yards in a win at Oklahoma State on Nov. 4. He also set an OU record for consecutive completions to start a game, connecting on his first 16 throws in the Sept. 2 season opener against UTEP.

 

For his career, Mayfield, who started out at Texas Tech in 2013, set Big 12 records for yards per pass attempt (9.7), consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass (40) and touchdowns responsible for (152). He ranks second all-time in the league in passing TDs (131), passing efficiency rating (175.4) and total offense (15,690 yards).

 

Mayfield, who will compete in the Reese's Senior Bowl on Jan. 27 (1:30 p.m. CT on NFL Network), also set the FBS record for consecutive games with at least two TD passes (each of his final 27 contests). He ranks second in FBS history in career passing efficiency rating, third in yards per attempt, tied for fourth in TD passes, fifth in total offense and seventh in career passing yards (14,607).

 

In its first 14 years, the Manning Award has recognized the top names in college football. It has honored quarterbacks from 12 different schools and from four different conferences. The Big 12 Conference (Mayfield, Vince Young, Colt McCoy and Robert Griffin III) joins the Southeastern Conference (Johnny Manziel, Cam Newton, JaMarcus Russell and Tim Tebow) and the Atlantic Coast Conference (Deshaun Watson twice, Matt Ryan and Jameis Winston) with four Manning Award winners each.

 

On Dec. 9, Mayfield became OU's sixth Heisman Trophy winner. The unanimous first-team All-American and Big 12 Offensive Player of the Year also won the Maxwell Award, the Davey O'Brien Award, and Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award, and was AP, Sporting News and Walter Camp Player of the Year.

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According to the Albion Public School Facebook page Congratulations to Zach Torres! Torres was chosen as a member of the ORES ALL STATE TEAM. Congratulations to Zach. Pictured with Torres is basketball Coach Grant Glenn.
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According to the Albion Public School Facebook page Congratulations to Zach Torres! Torres was chosen as a member of the ORES ALL STATE TEAM. ...
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Press release   Sooners Roll Past Pacific, 6-1 NORMAN – The Oklahoma women’s tennis team picked up its third straight victory with a 6-1 win over Pacific Saturday at the Headington Family Tennis Center. OU captured the doubles point ...
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Press release   Sooners Roll Past Pacific, 6-1 NORMAN – The Oklahoma women’s tennis team picked up its third straight victory with a 6-1 ...
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    Congratulations to Karli Albert!   Karli is a Seventh Grader for the Shady Point Lady Warriors. She was selected as one of the members of the Division III ORES All-Tournament Team on Saturday February 17, 2018, ...
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    Congratulations to Karli Albert!   Karli is a Seventh Grader for the Shady Point Lady Warriors. She was selected as ...
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Press release   RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – The Great American Conference announced the league’s awards for the opening weekend of the tennis season. Oklahoma Baptist Alex Bowers earned the Women’s award and Harding’s Morgan Silvan won his ...
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Press release   RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – The Great American Conference announced the league’s awards for the opening weekend of the tennis ...
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  Congratulations to the Shady Point Lady Warriors, they beat the Monroe Lady Eagles 37-24 to win the ORES East Area Consolation Championship.   The Lady Warriors will advance to the ORES State Tournament at Earlsboro High School ...
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  Congratulations to the Shady Point Lady Warriors, they beat the Monroe Lady Eagles 37-24 to win the ORES East Area Consolation ...
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    Howe, Oklahoma - Senior Abigail Davidson from Howe High School has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Eastern Oklahoma State College Mountaineers in Wilburton. Joining Davidson in the signing were Howe Coaches, ...
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    Howe, Oklahoma - Senior Abigail Davidson from Howe High School has signed a letter of intent to play softball for the Eastern ...
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OBU Press release   SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist baseball fans were treated to history Friday as the Bison got their first combined perfect game in a 12-0 rout of Manhattan Christian.   Albertus Barber, Thomas Shroder and Mychal ...
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OBU Press release   SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist baseball fans were treated to history Friday as the Bison got their first combined perfect ...
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Mike Houck | Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma   NORMAN — The fan experience at Oklahoma football games is getting another upgrade with the addition of a new state-of-the-art video display on the north end of ...
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Mike Houck | Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma   NORMAN — The fan experience at Oklahoma football games is ...
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Submitted by Mike Houck, Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma Athletics Department   NORMAN — University of Oklahoma head football coach Lincoln Riley announced Tuesday the hiring of assistant coach Shane Beamer, ...
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Submitted by Mike Houck, Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma Athletics Department   NORMAN — University of ...
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Press release   NORMAN — Chalk up another major honor for Baker Mayfield. The former Oklahoma quarterback on Thursday was named winner of the 2017 Manning Award, which was created by the Allstate Sugar Bowl to honor the college football ...
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Press release   NORMAN — Chalk up another major honor for Baker Mayfield. The former Oklahoma quarterback on Thursday was named winner of ...
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The Howe Lady Lions and Hodgen Bulldogs claimed their championship title at the 2018 Junior High LCT Saturday. The Lady Lions defeated the Pocola Lady Indians in the finals 54-32. The Hodgen Bulldogs won their championship game with a 22-point win ...
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The Howe Lady Lions and Hodgen Bulldogs claimed their championship title at the 2018 Junior High LCT Saturday. The Lady Lions defeated the Pocola ...
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The 2018 LeFlore County Basketball Tournament will be January 15-20 at Panama, Heavener and Spiro High Schools and CASC. The top three seeded girls' teams (Howe, Poteau and Pocola) and top three seeded boys' teams (Talihina, Spiro and Howe) drew a ...
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The 2018 LeFlore County Basketball Tournament will be January 15-20 at Panama, Heavener and Spiro High Schools and CASC. The top three seeded girls' ...
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Press release   RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Following a second-straight trip to the NCAA Division II Softball National Championships, Southern Arkansas will enter 2018 as the preseason favorite in the Great American Conference, the league ...
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Press release   RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – Following a second-straight trip to the NCAA Division II Softball National Championships, Southern ...
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Monday’s games Boys Spiro 33, Wister 17Whitesboro 53, Monroe 38Arkoma 41, Howe 31Fanshawe 33, Bokoshe 22Hodgen 59, Fanshawe 18Panama 64, Heavener 41Leflore 43, Talihina 31Pocola 62, Shady Point 15Poteau PKMS 45, Cameron 11 Girls Heavener ...
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Monday’s games Boys Spiro 33, Wister 17Whitesboro 53, Monroe 38Arkoma 41, Howe 31Fanshawe 33, Bokoshe 22Hodgen 59, Fanshawe 18Panama 64, ...
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Mike Houck | Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma Athletics Department   Ricketts, Reed Make World Championship Roster   NORMAN — USA Softball announced Saturday that University of Oklahoma head ...
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Mike Houck | Assistant AD/Strategic Communications, University of Oklahoma Athletics Department   Ricketts, Reed Make World Championship ...
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Written by Ray Fink, Director of Athletics Communications, Oklahoma Baptist University     SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist got double-doubles from Chandler Rickey and Vladimir Nemcok in a 100-93 win over Harding Saturday.   ...
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Written by Ray Fink, Director of Athletics Communications, Oklahoma Baptist University     SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist got ...
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