VERDIGRIS — Austin Neal slammed three hits, including a home run, and Sloan Roller also homered, igniting Verdigris to a 13-4 win over Tulsa Victory Christian in the opening round of the Spring Break Tournament on Tuesday at Cardinal Field.

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OKLAHOMA CITY — About 90 minutes before his team took the court to face Miami Monday night inside Chesapeake Energy Arena, Thunder coach Billy Donovan took all of Oklahoma City’s recent struggles and cast them positively.

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CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State Softball team picked up a doubleheader split with Lubbock Christian University on Wednesday at the Diamond Sports Complex, picking up a convincing run-rule victory in game one before falling in the seventh in game two 9-7.

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The hits (and runs) just keep on coming for the Claremore Zebras. For the third straight game, the Z’s sprayed the field with a bevy of singles and recorded a 14-1 run-ruled five-inning victory over Glenpool Monday at Legion Field.

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There was no power party this time. Claremore simply played a game of tag, pitter-pattering its way to a 13-5 victory over Sequoyah Friday night at Legion Field.

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Boys:  Finished 18-8.  Metro Lakes Conference champion.  Bray Glenn was Metro Lakes player of the year, Caison Hartloff made first team, and Tommy Nolan was coach of the year.  Eliminated with 68-60 loss to Tulsa Edison in the area playoffs on March 1.

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JENKS – When Edison made a move, Claremore had an answer. Until the final two minutes.

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CATOOSA - The No. 14 Verdigris Cardinals fell 50-29 against the top-ranked Muldrow Bulldogs in a Class 4A area girls basketball consolation championship game Saturday at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.

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OWASSO – Claremore appeared headed toward a state tournament berth and then an unfortunate blip crashed the plan.

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Webster Marble was born in Wisconsin in 1854 but grew up in the wilds of Michigan. He was a hunter, trapper, fisherman and a professional timberman. He was a man of the outdoors, and he knew what kinds of tools a man of the outdoors needed. Thankfully, he was a creative genius, as well as a …

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SKIATOOK – With a more balanced scoring attack and adequate defensive pressure, the Claremore Lady Zebras moved within a step of qualifying for the Class 5A state tournament Thursday night at Brooks Walton Activity Center.

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CATOOSA - It was a battle of ranked Rogers County rivals in the Class 4A area girls basketball playoffs Friday afternoon at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.

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CATOOSA - The No.14 Verdigris Cardinals beat the Checotah Wildcats 41-30 in the Class 4A girls area basketball playoffs Thursday afternoon at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.

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PRYOR – If only Abbey Cox had received some early scoring help. If only Claremore hadn’t committed so many turnovers. If only the first quarter wasn’t so lackluster for the Lady Zebras.  Maybe Pryor would not have won 49-38 and secured the Class 5A-4 regional championship Saturday at Burdick…

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CATOOSA - It was a split decision for the Catoosa Indians in the Class 4A regional consolation championship games Saturday afternoon at the Catoosa Indian Activity Center.

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Sequoyah Senior Wyatt Townsend is surrounded by his family as he signs his National Letter of Intent to play football at Bethany College, in Lindsborg Kan. Pictured with Wyatt (L-R): Back Row: Makenzie Masterson and Britton Townsend. Front Row: Jackie Townsend, Wyatt Townsend, David Townsend…

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CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State Softball program and head coach Andrea Vaughan have announced a schedule change to this week's home opener at the Diamond Sports Complex.

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Call it good old fashioned Claremore basketball. The Zebras shot well, transitioned up and down the court smoothly and held on when it counted, securing the Metro Lakes Conference title with a 56-51 victory over Collinsville on Senior Night. 

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The J.M. Davis Arms and Historical Museum will hold its 9th annual Daisy BB marksmanship contest Saturday, Feb. 23 from 10 am to 3 pm.

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SEQUOYAH – With the clock winding and a 16-point lead already wasted, this time Sequoyah refused to lose.

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TULSA - The Claremore Christian Warriors fell to the Liberty Academy Eagles (Shawnee) 51-35 in the Heartland Christian Athletic Association Class 1A girls championship game Saturday afternoon at Wright Christian Academy.

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VERDIGRIS – Making two out of every three shots it put in the air, Verdigris finally turned away rival Sequoyah Friday night at Jack Collins Sports Complex.

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