Claremore Daily Progress

High School Sports

High School Sports
  • SequoyahVsSallisawweb.jpg Sallisaw drops Sequoyah, 28-7

    A nightmarish second half performance proved fatal for the Sequoyah Eagles Friday night in their home opener against Sallisaw.
    After battling the Black Diamonds to a 7-7 intermission stalemate, the Eagles’ offense simply evaporated in the second half, fueling a 28-7 loss to the visitors.

    September 14, 2013 1 Photo

  • FoyilVsChelseaweb.jpg Chelsea rolls past Foyil

    Chelsea doubled up Rogers County rival Foyil 36-18 Friday night at McGregor Field.
    Damien McLeod finished with 209 yards rushing on 33 carries and scored three touchdowns for the Green Dragons (1-1).

    September 14, 2013 1 Photo

  • Zebras hungry for victory

    Every setback is a setup for an even greater comeback.
    That’s been the motto all season long for the Claremore Zebra football team.
    “We’ve been close in a lot of games,” Zebra head coach Rob Gilbreath said, “... just haven’t been able to finish or catch a break.”
    At 7:30 p.m. tonight in Grove, the Zebras are hoping to get a heavy monkey off their back and end a two-game losing in District 5A-4 play.

    October 20, 2011

  • Verdigris, Metro Christian tangle for shot at District 3A-6 title

    The best two Class 3A teams in the Tulsa-Metro area clash tonight for a shot at a district championship.
    Metro Christian (7-0 overall, 3-0 District 3A-6) hosts Verdigris (7-0 overall, 4-0 district) at 7:30 p.m. in what is expected to be an offensive shootout.

    October 20, 2011

  • Oologah opens 4A State Softball Tourney against No. 4 Purcell

    The quest for the Class 4A state softball championship begins today for the No. 10 Oologah Lady Mustangs.
    Back in the spotlight for the first time since 1999, the Lady Mustangs square off at 1 p.m. against No. 4 Purcell (34-4).

    October 13, 2011

  • No. 2 Catoosa rides winning streak into Jay

    Second-ranked Catoosa has a not so secret weapon it uses to annihilate opponents on the football field. An offensive line averaging 260 pounds per man blasts holes through enemy defenses that allow standout running backs Cole Scheulen and Levi Browning to roam free.

    October 13, 2011