Don King, a four decades Tulsa broadcaster will be the host for the 14th annual Claremore Field of Dreams Baseball Banquet. The gala is set for January 14 at the Claremore Conference Center. The evening starts a t 6:00 pm with a social hour and silent auction for sports memorabilia. The banq…
Claremore High School hosted nine other schools from Oklahoma, Kansas, Missouri and Arkansas, at the Zebra Dual Wrestling Tournament, Friday at Claremore. Competition will resume Saturday morning at 10 a.m.
INOLA – In a three-point shooting carnival, host Inola came up one short Friday night against Siloam Springs, Arkansas, in the Jerry Oquin Tournament.
TULSA - It was a mixed bag for the Claremore Zebras over the final two days of the Bishop Kelley Invitational Basketball Tournament.
Close to 200 people gathered in the newly renovated Rogers State University Esports Facility, inside Herrington Hall, Monday to celebrate the dedication of the university’s newest club sport and facility.
Claremore's Alexis Williams, seated with her parents Bobby and Crissy Williams, is signing to play softball for the Lady Norse at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Also pictured (back row L-R) Kaylee Bart; Head Coach, Keeli Garroutte,; brothers, Dillon and Michael Williams and Coach, Derek Short.
The Claremore Zebras 12U Boys Basketball Team were tournament Champions at the 3rd Annual “It’s Good to be a Cardinal” Ring Tournament in Collinsville, November 17-18, 2018. The Zebras beat Broken Arrow Vegas, Coweta Orange and Pryor Tigers on the way to the championship, where they defeated…
Chris Chambliss, 15 season major league veteran and two-time World Series champion will be the featured guest at the 14th annual Claremore Field of Dream Banquet to be held January 14 at the Claremore Conference Center.
MIDWEST CITY — After playing in sub-freezing weather last week in a 34-7 win over Tulsa Edison, the 10th-ranked Claremore football team got a much nicer evening for Friday’s 5A quarterfinal game at No. 1 Carl Albert.
Claremore High School and Will Rogers Junior High band students went to Catoosa on Nov. 3 for the Green Country Band Directors Association honor band auditions.
The Claremore Sequoyah sixth grade football team, competing in the Indian Nations Football Conference as part of the Claremore Youth Football Association this past season, recently completed a perfect 9-0 season and were crowned INFC champions.
CLAREMORE, Okla. – The most successful team in Rogers State men's basketball history will be honored during the homecoming women's basketball game on Saturday at the Claremore Expo Center. The 2008-09 Hillcat team will be coming back to celebrate the 10 year anniversary of their 30-2 season.
CLAREMORE, Okla. – The Rogers State women's basketball team suffered a 63-55 loss to in-state rival Northeastern State as the visiting RiverHawks used a 19-2 second-half run to pull away on Wednesday (Nov. 14) at the Claremore Expo Center.
Ft. Gibson: November 12. Elevation above normal, water 61 and clear. Blue catfish fair on live shad, minnows and stinkbait with juglines and drifting along flats, main lake and river channel. Largemouth bass fair on plastic baits, creature baits and Biffle Bugs around docks, points, riprap a…
Claremore Christian coach Ryan Mullins knew Friday's game wasn't going to be as easy as his first meeting with Wright Christian. It was a painless 58-12 win.
WICHITA FALLS, Texas – The Rogers State men's basketball team scored the final eight points of the game to come out with a 68-60 victory over CSU-Pueblo on Saturday (Nov. 10) on the final day of the Jimmy Cleveland Nissan of Wichita Falls Conference Challenge.
STEPHENVILLE, Texas – The Rogers State women's basketball team pulled out to a 30-point halftime advantage and never looked back in a 81-62 victory over Texas Woman's on Saturday (Nov. 10) for the Hillcats' first win this season and the first win at RSU for women's basketball head coach Kyle Bent.
TULSA — The football season came to an end for the Verdigris Cardinals as they fell to the Lincoln Christian Bulldogs 61-21 in the first round of the Class 3A playoffs Friday night.
TULSA — The first time these two teams met in Week 3 of the season, Claremore needed a late field goal to eke out a 23-21 win over Tulsa Edison.
GREENWOOD, Ind. – Senior goalkeeper Taylor Sargent was named to the 2018 Google Cloud Academic All-District Women's Soccer Team as announced on Thursday (Nov. 8) by CoSIDA.
The first time Claremore played Tulsa Edison was Week 3. The Zebras lost their first two games and needed to beat the Eagles in the worst way.
This year’s Quail Roadside Surveys across all of Oklahoma show a statewide population index of observed birds that is 54 percent lower than the average index over the previous 10 years.
Ft. Gibson: November 6. Elevation above normal, water 65 and clear. White bass fair on crankbaits and in-line spinnerbaits along flats, main lake and points. Crappie fair on hair jigs and jigs around docks and rocks. Blue, channel and flathead catfish fair on shad in the main lake, river cha…
Fishing League Worldwide (FLW) High School Fishing will continue the 2018 fishing season with the upcoming Bass Pro Shops FLW High School Fishing Lake Hamilton Open bass-fishing tournament. The no-entry fee event is open to High School Fishing teams from across the country, and the top 10-pe…
The Claremore High School and Will Rogers Junior High School are about to begin the 2018-19 basketball season, and kicked things off Monday night with the annual “Meet the Zebras” night at the CHA gym.
LAREDO, Texas – Katelyn Alexander garnered Heartland Conference Freshman of the Year honors and the Rogers State women's cross country team took seventh out of eight teams at the Heartland Conference Championship on Saturday morning (Nov. 3).
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