COLLINSVILLE – Claremore needed a big hit, and Noah Smallwood and Brooks Sherl came through at just the right time.
Postseason soccer is moving along at a steady clip, and two Rogers County squads survived and advanced to the Class 3A state semifinals with convincing wins Thursday night.
Claremore baseball opened play in the Class 5A East Regional 6 at Collinsville on Thursday, splitting its first two games.
SEQUOYAH – Forward Dylan Piguet recorded a hat trick and midfielder Braxton Bulman added three assists, leading top-ranked Sequoyah to a 5-0 victory over Heavener in the first round of the Class 3A state soccer tournament Tuesday at the Pope Athletic Complex.
Although motivated by a desire to best his older brother Brooks, Gannon Sherl has no issue putting the sibling rivalry aside during games to ensure Claremore's success.
Two days removed from a 0-3 showing at the Owasso Nike/Pro-Nine Festival over the weekend, Verdigris baseball took out its frustration on a familiar intracounty foe.
Claremore baseball experienced a mixed bag of results Thursday when it traveled to the Greater Oklahoma City area for the opening day of the Bill Tipton Classic at Noble High School.
It is said revenge is best served cold, and unfortunately for Booker T. Washington, Claremore baseball included a seven-run inning for dessert.
SEQUOYAH — After opening the season with six-consecutive games against larger schools, Verdigris girls soccer was eager to pick on a school its size.
This Week's Circulars
Mr. Larry Eugene Paris, age 77 of Manchester, passed away on Friday, April 16, 2021, at McArthur Manor in Manchester. He was born on November 30, 1943, in Claremore, OK, to the late Arch LaVerne and Aileen McGraw Paris. Mr. Paris served his country in the United States Marine Corps during th…
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- BASEBALL: Claremore beats Durant, falls to Collinsville on Day 1 of regionals
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- SOCCER: Verdigris girls, Sequoyah boys advance to 3A semis