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Claremore seniors have Zebras back in the State Tournament for first time since 1995
Hillcats split with USAO in softball
Rogers State University freshman designated player Linsey Curtis was held to two hits in nine at-bats, but it was her second hit in Game 2 that spoke volumes about her season.
“Whatever it takes.” That’s the only way to describe the heartbeat of the 2009-10 Claremore Zebras.
Rogers State women’s golf places 8th in opener
The Rogers State women’s golf team opened up the spring schedule with an eighth place finish at the East Central University/Oak Hills Women’s Collegiate Invitational Golf Tournament.
Zebras skipper collects 500th victory
Base hits were few and the runs plentiful as Claremore presented Brent Payne his 500th victory as a high school baseball coach.
Verdigris downs Victory Christian 40-24
The Verdigris Cardinals moved to within one game of a state tournament berth with a 40-24 triumph over Victory Christian on Friday afternoon in Whitey Ford Fieldhouse.
Verdigris advances in 3A area tournament
The Verdigris Cardinals survived to play another day with a 56-37 area tournament victory over Kellyville on Thursday afternoon in Whitey Ford Fieldhouse.
‘Seniority’ rules in Claremore dugout
If there is one thing that Claremore Zebras head baseball coach Brent Payne respects about his team, it’s their to commitment to excellence.
TENNIS- Claremore girls tie Washington
The Claremore High School tennis teams opened spring play with a stellar performance Wednesday afternoon against Booker T. Washington.
Lady Zebras stay alive
Claremore's Lady Zebras have claimed a berth at the state tournament a record 11 straight times. Coach Mark Campbell and his girls took another step toward making it an even dozen Thursday night.
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