Hannah Schulze was having an off night.
Claremore boys basketball coach Tommy Nolan recently promoted Teegan Mann to the varsity squad, and that decision has paid off.
The Oklahoma Coaches Association released its 2022 All-State football rosters on Tuesday, and eight players and two coaches in the Claremore Progress coverage area made the cut.
CATOOSA — When Jadyn Muns retired her basketball sneakers after the 2019 season, she never expected to return to the court in a playing capacity.
Looking back at a career spanning 22 seasons in Major League Baseball, the most cherished memories for Jerry Reuss were those he created for others.
CHELSEA — In sports tournaments, a Most Valuable Player award is usually the top honor given to the best player on the championship team.
The Class 3A No. 13 Sequoyah boys basketball team had a chance to address the only blemish thus far on the Eagles season against visiting Adair on Friday night.
The Bump sisters Grace and Hope got theirs, but Aubrey Silversmith was a pleasant surprise for the Lady Zebras on Tuesday night.
LOCUST GROVE — Verdigris came away with one title — and nearly made it two — Saturday night in the final day of the Bank of Locust Grove Invitational Basketball Tournament at Pirate Arena.
TULSA – Sequoyah employed balanced scoring and stout defense in knocking off undefeated Porter for the Regent Prep Invitational Tournament championship Saturday night at the Rams Den.
LOCUST GROVE – Just when it seemed the game might be slipping away, 6-foot-8 Verdigris tower Lucas Lechlider remained cool and calm.
TULSA — One streak continued while another ended Friday for the Sequoyah boys’ and girls’ basketball teams in the championship semifinals of the Regent Prep Basketball Tournament.
LOCUST GROVE – They say time flies when you’re having fun, and that was true for Kate Wiginton on Thursday afternoon.
Glen Brockenbush of The Lawton Constitution joins Claremore Progress sports editor Kevin Green to discuss their favorite memories from the 2021 high school football season.
Tuesday night wasn’t a welcoming homecoming for Inola coach Clyde Barkley. The Lechlider brothers of Verdigris made sure of that.
When Sequoyah senior Dawson Rudd tweeted his commitment plans last Wednesday, he was only about 10 minutes removed from making perhaps the biggest decision of his life.
Another year of high school football has come and gone, leaving us plenty of memories to reminisce about as we approach the sport’s eight-month hiatus.
Claremore seniors Ethan Grimett and Hunter Wood earned some of the highest honors in the District 5A-4 awards, which were released last week.
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Gerald Dean Lang, 73, of Colby, KS, passed away Jan 22, 2022, with his family by his side. Jerry was born Jan 2, 1949, in Hoxie, KS, to Albert and Agatha (Pfannenstiel) Lang. As a child, Gerald attended Sacred Heart School in Colby. He was very involved in Boy Scouts and earned his Eagle Sco…
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