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CATOOSA — For the second time this season, Claremore met up with Bishop Kelley in tournament action.

  • BY TYLER PALMATEER CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN — The California version of Baker Mayfield looks like a fun guy, even by his standards.

  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

CLAREMORE, Okla. – Five Hillcats scored in double figures as a balanced attack led the Rogers State men's basketball team to an 85-68 victory over St. Mary's on Thursday (Jan. 18) at the Claremore Expo Center. RSU earned their fourth straight win and moved to 4-2 in the Heartland Conference …

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TUCSON, Ariz. – Rogers State's baseball team received votes in the 2018 Collegiate Baseball NCAA Division II Preseason National Poll as announced by the Collegiate Baseball Newspaper.

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CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State women's basketball team shot a sizzling 52.2 percent and pulled away for a 75-66 win over St. Mary's on Thursday (Jan. 18) at the Claremore Expo Center. The victory snapped a six-game losing streak for the Hillcats. RSU moved to 5-11 and earned its first H…

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MIAMI, Okla. — The Claremore boys opened the NEO High School Basketball Invitational with a 62-53 victory over Roland in Thursday's Boys Gold Bracket.

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CATOOSA – The deep freeze earlier in the week seemed to have a carryover effect as the Claremore Lady Zebras helped open the 52nd annual Port City Classic Thursday morning.

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CLEVELAND — The basketball gods were not messing around. Not even two minutes in, and they were already toying with Oklahoma City Thunder defensive stopper Andre Roberson.

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CLAREMORE — Most athletic programs like to schedule cupcakes for their homecoming celebrations, guaranteeing a certain victory.

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COLLINSVILLE — If it weren’t for the long ball, Tuesday’s basketball game at Collinsville could have gotten out of hand for the host school.

  • BY JOHN McKELVEY CNHI Sports Oklahoma

MANHATTAN, Kan. — After a whistle with 3:32 left in No. 4 Oklahoma's stunning 87-69 loss to Kansas State point guard Trae Young fired a 3-pointer.

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COLLINSVILLE — The Claremore girls basketball team has had some big games against Collinsville in past seasons. Some of those games were to determine which team would make the state tournament. And the Lady Zebras usually came out on top in those games.

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NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — The Tennessee Titans believe the potential reward from quarterback Marcus Mariota working with his third head coach in his fourth NFL season outweighs the risk of change.

  • BY JOHN MCKELVEY CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN — Oklahoma forward Brady Manek sat next to his coach, Lon Kruger, and answered questions, not defiantly, but as if this was any other game, and his performance like any other this season.

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AUSTIN, Texas –The Rogers State men's basketball team built a 14-point edge in the second half and held on for a 91-88 win at St. Edward's on Saturday (Jan. 13) at the Recreation and Convocation Center. The Hillcats won their third straight game and moved to 12-5 and 3-2 in the Heartland Con…

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AUSTIN, Texas – The Rogers State women's basketball team scored the opening seven points at St. Edward's, but the Hilltoppers rallied with a big second period to defeat the Hillcats, 67-61, on Saturday (Jan. 13) at the Recreation and Convocation Center.

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  • BY GLENN HIBDON Claremore Progress Sports

VERDIGRIS – Damon Phelps’ three-point shot at the buzzer came up just short, allowing Verdigris to escape with a 70-67 upset victory over Class 4A 11th-ranked Catoosa Friday night at Jack Collins Sports Complex.

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Claremore Christian used an 8-2 run in the second and an eight-point differential in the fourth to beat Wright Christian 34-21 Friday night.

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TAHLEQUAH — Every Metro Lakes Conference game has its importance, but as the season wears on, any win is more important as far as playoff seeding.

  • BY JASON ELMQUIST CNHI Sports Oklahoma

Oklahoma State football coach Mike Gundy announced defensive coordinator Glenn Spencer will not be retained on Thursday afternoon.

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HOUSTON — Martins Igbanu scored a career-high 27 points for Tulsa, but Houston hit an American Athletic Conference record 18 3-pointers en route to a 104-72 win over the visiting Golden Hurricane on Thursday night at H&PE Arena.