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CATOOSA - It was a split decision for the Catoosa Indians and the Verdigris Cardinals in District 4A-5 soccer action on Tuesday night at Frank McNabb Field.

INOLA – Eight hits, eight stolen bases, eight walks, six unearned runs, four errors, two runs allowed on passed balls and one day later, Sequoyah discovered the hard way that numbers can be fickle in high school baseball.

Claremore used a dynamic offensive first inning, then turned defensive in coasting to a 14-0 District 5A-3 victory over Skiatook Monday at American Legion Park.

OOLOGAH — After notching three hits and an early two-run lead in the first inning, things were looking up for Sequoyah.

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According to Claremore baseball coach Jim Sherl, Cooper Dotson is about as good an outfielder as one can find in high school.

VERDIGRIS – Verdigris entered the game winners of 16 straight while Vinita had lost eight in a row. The outcome should have been obvious, but the District 4A-5 battle did not start as expected.

VERDIGRIS — When it comes to corner kicks, Bradyn Marshall knows exactly where to be.

SEQUOYAH – It all started with high arching pokes into the outfield that Catoosa couldn’t field. It ended with towering blasts that the Indians couldn’t stop.

SEQUOYAH – This one almost got away from the Sequoyah Eagles.

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Sporterizing is taking an old military rifle and making it into a hunting or “sporting” rifle.

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Claremore tennis coach Michael Larimer knew it’d be a tough task, and he was right.

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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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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