Broken Arrow — The SEOK Yellowjackets won the 12U AA USSSA State Tournament in Broken Arrow, featuring 23 teams in the tournament. They battled back through the losers bracket to win. The boys had to play 5 straight games on June 29th to win the championship after beating the Barnsdall Panthers twice. Boys on the Yellowjackets hail from Silo, Tushka, Atoka, Durant, Coalgate and Tupelo. They are ranked 2nd in the nation and have qualified for the Global World Series. The team is coached by Jimmy Wyrick, Atoka High School head coach, and assisted by Dwayne Dale and Zak Burns.
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OU trying to move past big bowl win
Oklahoma got a lot of attention with its upset victory over Alabama in the Sugar Bowl.
Sensational seven added to ECU soccer team
East Central University head soccer coach Riley Bailey has announced the signing of seven new student-athletes for the 2014 edition of the Lady Tigers.
ECU men's hoops team adds four players
The East Central University men's basketball team will be bolstered by the addition of four players to the 2014-15 roster.
Area to be well-represented during All-State week
The Ada area will be well-represented when the 2014 Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State games kick off this week in Tulsa.
So long, Stillwater: Roland Fanning headed to Little Rock
Roland Fanning has been living the dream for the past two years as a volunteer assistant for the Oklahoma State University baseball program.
State awaits Ada Braves
The wait is nearly over for the Ada Braves American Legion Post 72 baseball team.
Braves lose game, pitcher, coach
Assistant coach Seth Tinsley knew the Ada Braves would have to be at the top of their game to gain a victory over the perennial American Legion powerhouse Midwest City Outlaws.
East Central names assistant soccer coach
East Central University head soccer coach Riley Bailey has announced the addition of Erik Solberg to assist with the coaching duties starting in the 2014 season.
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OU football: It's never been like this
It’s hard to remember how many columns like this one have filled the pages through the years. Has to be at least, oh, seven or eight.
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