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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

All-State Week begins with golf Monday, July 24, ends with football game Friday, July 28

  • OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT

Bell Cow: July 17. Lake elevation normal is with water temperature at 91 degrees and murky. Channel catfish slow on stinkbait and worms along shorelines. Report submitted by Gary Emmons, game warden stationed in Lincoln County.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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The Oklahoma City Thunder agreeing with 2015 second-round pick Dakari Johnson to a two-year contract gives the team another big man to add to a rotation that should already have plenty. 

  • BY FRED KATZ CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have a chance to own one of the NBA’s thriftiest defenses. And that’s not just because of an infusion of new personnel.

  • BY FRED KATZ CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Thunder have signed former second-round pick Dakari Johnson to a two-year guaranteed contract, The Vertical's Shams Charania reports. 

  • BY JASON ELMQUIST CNHI Sports Oklahoma

FRISCO, Texas – Oklahoma State is looking for its first Heisman Trophy winner since Barry Sanders, and this may be the year the drought comes to an end.

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The preseason accolades continue to pour in for Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph, who was added Wednesday to the national watch lists for the 2017 Johnny Unitas Golden Arm Award and the 2017 Davey O'Brien National Quarterback Award.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Two years ago, shortly after a freak skiing accident severely injured and eventually took his right hand, Parker Price was introduced to the home football crowd at a Claremore Zebras home game during his extensive recovery. On Parker Price Night, those in attendance donated money to the Pric…

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Thunder have signed former second-round pick Dakari Johnson to a two-year guaranteed contract, The Vertical's Shams Charania reports. 

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Claremore High School will stay in Class 5A for another two-year cycle, according to the tentative results from the recent Average Daily Membership (ADM) numbers coming from the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association website.

  • Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Utah Jazz have one of the NBA’s most raucous crowds. But for the team’s newly signed big man, fans in Salt Lake might as well be showing up with encouraging tips and orange slices.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

New girls basketball coach is used to being in tradition-rich programs

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

John Collins, Jr., a leading name in the sport of Funny Car drag racing, passed away Friday, July 14 at the Claremore Indian Hospital after a short battle with cancer.

  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

CLAREMORE, Okla. – Rogers State head women's soccer coach Scott Parkinson announced the schedule for the 2017 women's soccer season. The Hillcats play 10 regular season home matches and two scrimmages at Soldier Field in the 2017 campaign.

  • BY TYLER PALMATEER CNHI Sports Oklahoma

FRISCO, Texas — Lincoln Riley didn’t detail his specific philosophy on dealing with officials when a disagreement arises.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have a chance to own one of the NBA’s thriftiest defenses. And that’s not just because of an infusion of new personnel.

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  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

CLAREMORE, Okla. – Rogers State head men's soccer coach Derek Larkin announced the schedule for the 2017 men's soccer season. The Hillcats play eight home matches at Soldier Field and start the season with a Colorado road trip against two Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference teams, one of the …

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Claremore High School volleyball coach Victoria Giron has now conducted her first official practice as the Lady Zebras’ new leader. And on Aug. 8, she will lead her team across Tulsa to Sapulpa for the season opener.

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LONDON (AP) — After Roger Federer closed out a Wimbledon final that was more of a coronation than a contest with an ace, he sat in his changeover chair and wiped away tears.

  • BY FRED KATZ CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Longtime Oklahoma City Thunder big man Nick Collison still has some backdoor passes left in him.

  • BY FRED KATZ CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder have made the Andre Roberson re-signing official, the team announced Friday.

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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Buddy Hield found himself in-between just this July: Dynamic enough to be one of the best players at Las Vegas Summer League but not quite dominant enough to skip it altogether.

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Olien Taber and Ken Coats won Thursday’s Claremore Lake Jackpot bass fishing tournament with two fish weighing 8.63 pounds, one of which won the Big Bass award at 5.67 pounds. Second place went to Brandon Bradfield and Steven Dowty with two fish weighing 8.00 pounds. Third place went to John…

  • Associated Press

LONDON (AP) — Roger Federer is here once more, back in a Wimbledon final for the 11th time, back on the verge of an eighth championship at the All England Club, more than any man has collected in the storied, century-plus history of the place.

  • Oklahoma Wildlife Department

Bell Cow: July 10. Elevation normal, water 87 and murky. Channel catfish slow on shrimp and stinkbait around docks. Crappie slow on jigs around docks. Report submitted by Gary Emmons, game warden stationed in Lincoln County.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

In a little more than a week, the best recently graduated high school athletes in the state will converge on the Tulsa Metro area for the annual Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Games.

  • By Tyler Palmateer | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — People bustled in and out of Jones Assembly, a quaint-but-hip social haunt on Oklahoma City’s burgeoning Film Row, which will host a handful of popular music acts in the coming months.

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