• BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Season family passes and reserved football tickets are on sale now. Get them before they run out.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

COWETA — Claremore and Catoosa battled it out at the Coweta Volleyball Tournament this past weekend. Catoosa won the head-to-head battle, but the Zebras went on to play Coweta in the tournament championship match, falling 20-25, 25-23, 15-13 in a third set thriller.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Verdigris stayed unbeaten and Oologah won three games at the Rogers State University Softball Festival, and Chelsea is now above .500 on a successful weekend of softball action in Rogers County.

  • Staff Reports

Chance Reavis and Stan Easterling caught two bass weighing 7.67 pounds, including one whopper weighing 5.75 pounds, which earned them first place and the Big Bass Award at Thursday evening’s Claremore Lake Jackpot Fishing Tournament.

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  • BY LARRY LARKIN Claremore Progress Sports

CLAREMORE — It was a long first day of school for the Claremore softball team this week. After having to find their way through the halls to new classrooms, the young ladies later had more problems finding their way around the base path.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

OKTAHA — Chelsea went 1-1 on day one of the Oktaha Softball Invitational Thursday, falling to the host team 7-1 before rallying for a 14-4 rout over Keys.

  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

CLAREMORE, Okla. – First-year head men's golf coach Steve Brown announced the 2017-18 fall schedule for the Hillcat men's golf team. RSU competes in four tournaments with trips in Texas, Kansas and Oklahoma.

  • Staff Reports

The Rogers State men’s soccer team will play in a pair of local preseason scrimmages beginning with an 11 a.m. scrimmage Saturday, Aug. 19 at the University of Tulsa, followed by a scrimmage at Northeastern State in Tahlequah beginning at 5:30 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 26.

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  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

WACO, Texas – The Rogers State women's cross country team was selected to finish fifth in the 2017 Heartland Conference preseason poll announced on Wednesday (Aug. 16) morning by the league office. The poll was selected by the conference's head coaches and sports information directors.

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  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

WACO, Texas — The Rogers State men's cross country team was picked to finish third in the 2017 Heartland Conference preseason poll announced on Wednesday (Aug. 16) morning by the league office. The poll was selected by the conference's head coaches and sports information directors.

  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

SALINA — After losing a tight five-set match to Verdigris Monday (16-14 in the fifth set), the Inola volleyball team responded with a four-set win on the road at Salina Tuesday evening.

  • Staff Reports

Tonight's home softball and volleyball games have been postponed due to the Claremore Open House. The Claremore softball team was schedule to host Inola, and the volleyball team was set to host Collinsville. Make-up dates will be announced at a later date.

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  • BY TIM HANSON RSU Sports Information

CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State women's golf team announced the addition of four student-athletes for the 2017-18 season.

John Bivins, age 71, shot a 71 at Heritage Hill Golf Course in Claremore recently. Congratulations John.

  • Staff Reports

Olien Taber and Ken Coats needed just one good one Thursday night to win the Claremore Lake Jackpot Fishing Tournament.

  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

CLAREMORE — Coweta started out fast and didn’t let up Thursday night as the Lady Tigers handed Claremore a 3-1 home-opening volleyball loss.

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  • BY LARRY LARKIN Claremore Progress Sports

CLAREMORE — Catching lightning in a bottle is hard enough one time. Doing it twice is near impossible. The Claremore Lady Zebras discovered this Thursday evening during a 7-4 softball defeat at the Lady Zebra complex.

  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

It was a tough test for Claremore’s new volleyball coach Victoria Giron in heading to Class 6A Sapulpa for the 2017 opener Tuesday night.

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  • BY GLENN HIBDON Claremore Progress Sports

VERDIGRIS – Verdigris hit two home runs and pitcher Jaysan Gibson allowed just two hits, powering the Lady Cardinals to their second softball victory of the season Tuesday against Lincoln Christian.

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  • BY LARRY LARKIN Claremore Progress Sports

CLAREMORE — It was the first game of the season and no matter what happens from now on, it will be hard to top what the Claremore Lady Zebras pulled off in Tuesday’s 2017 softball opener.

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  • BY JON POTTS Claremore Progress Sports

OOLOGAH — The Sequoyah Eagles rallied for a five-set victory (25-22, 23-25, 15-25, 25-19, 15-8) over the Oologah Mustangs in the season-opening volleyball match for both schools Monday.

  • TU Athletics

Place-kicker Redford Jones (5-10, 175), a former walk-on athlete, has handled placements for the last two years and is on the verge of becoming the school's all-time scoring leader. With 239 career points, Jones enters the 2017 season needing 60 points for the career record.

  • OKLAHOMA WILDLIFE DEPARTMENT

Birch: July 31. Elevation normal, water 80s and clear. White and striped bass hybrid fair on live shad and spoons at 15-25 ft in main lake. Channel catfish fair on chicken liver, powerbait, stinkbait and worms in channels, in coves and creek channels. Report submitted by Paul Welch, game war…

  • From Staff Reports

On a cool night with rain in the area, the fishing fanatics still headed to the weekly Claremore Lake Jackpot fishing tournament Thursday night.

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  • BY RICK HEATON rheaton@claremoreprogress.com

Claremore incoming sophomore Jack Vincent is setting himself up for a big running season after competing in the USATF Hershey National Junior Olympic Track and Field Championships at Rock Chalk Park at the University of Kansas July 24-30.

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