Hard work paid off on the mat for Claremore wrestling.
Long before Claremore introduced girls wrestling, Kearanie Johnson was busy paving the way for her future teammates. Johnson, a senior, has been wrestling since she was 4 years old.
VERDIGRIS – Whether it was an issue of pushing the ball or not getting her feet set properly, Jordan Chancellor knew something wasn’t right with her shot.
SEQUOYAH — Despite suffering 10 double-digit losses by an average of 20.3 points during the regular season, Sequoyah girls basketball came within 3.3 seconds of upsetting Class 3A No. 9 Morris on Monday night.
Wrestling regionals have come and gone, and several local athletes qualified for the state tournament set for this weekend at Jim Norick Arena in Oklahoma City.
SEQUOYAH – After a slow start by their standards, the Lady Cardinals made themselves right at home inside Sequoyah’s Olan Graham Field House.
The Claremore Christian Warriors claimed a pair of Class 1A HCAA regional basketball titles on Tuesday, Feb. 9 at Wright Christian Academy in Tulsa.
The Oklahoma Coaches Association recently announced its 2021 All-State football team selections, and several Rogers County-area players made the cut.
Legion Park, the home to Claremore High School baseball, was recently awarded the 2020 National High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Region Six High School Field of the Year.
SEQUOYAH — Braxton Bulman is admittedly more of a soccer player than a basketball player, but there is one thing he carries with him regardless of the sport he is playing.
Verdigris boys basketball capped a three-game season sweep of Adair on Saturday night, and it didn’t come without thrilling drama down the stretch.
Despite a slow start and being held nearly 12 points under its season average, Verdigris boys basketball found a way to keep its lengthy winning streak alive.
VERDIGRIS — A loss always hurts, but given the circumstances, Verdigris girls basketball coach Mike Buntin was delighted with the way his team competed Saturday night.
TULSA — The Claremore Zebras beat the Edison Eagles 71-62 in the boys consolation championship game of the Port City Classic on Saturday at Victory Christian School.
VERDIGRIS — Calling it one of his best girls teams ever at Verdigris, coach Mike Buntin’s Lady Cardinals played like it against Claremore on Thursday afternoon in the Port City Classic.
TULSA - The Class 5A No. 12 Claremore Zebras fell to the Class 6A No. 7 Owasso Rams 75-39 in opening round of boys basketball action at the Port City Classic Thursday at Victory Christian School.
- Food boxes available this week
- Kick-Off to Spring at the Claremore Home & Garden Show
- GIRLS BASKETBALL: Sequoyah nearly upsets 3A No. 9 Morris
- Quick 5 – Rice looks back on 2020
- Flags fly at half-staff
- Mullin seeks Gold Star Family Member for Fellowship
- Claremore Main Street hosts St. Patrick’s Day Festivities
- J.M. David Arms and Historical Museum opens new exhibit
- Bilby, Hendrix will attend ACE Interface Master Trainer program
- Cherokee Nation opens online assessment to assist with plumbing repairs