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Dec. 4, 2013
Tigers fall to Tarleton State in non-conference play
The East Central University men’s basketball team faced its second ranked opponent of the 2013-14 season and fell 75-54 to No. 17 Tarleton State at Wisdom Gym in non-conference action.
Melson looks at eras of Cougars, Broncos football
Former Ada Cougar All-Stater and coach Chris Melson hardly had time to catch his breath after his Mansfield Legacy team’s 70-49 Class 4A Division I victory over McKinney North Friday. Next up was a berth opposite Highland Park in the regional semifinals this past Friday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.
That’s right, AT&T Stadium.
Stratford, Konawa divide pair of games
Brittany West popped in 14 points and Cheyenne Galimba added 11, including one 3-pointer, as the Konawa Lady Tigers opened the season with a come-from-behind 45-41 victory over visiting Stratford on Tuesday night.
Danielle Khoury chipped in eight points for the Lady Tigers, who placed nine players in the scoring column.
The Lady Bulldogs, who were also playing in their season opener, received 14 points from Vanessa Cothren and eight, including one trey, from Leah Parker.
Anderson sees potential in 2013-14 Cougars
After coming within one win of a boys’ state basketball tournament berth in 2012-13, the Ada Cougars are poised for further success in 2013-14.
The Cougars, 18-11 a year ago, welcome back three starters and appear to have more depth as they launch the season as the No. 1 seed on Thursday, Dec. 5, against Chandler at 6 p.m. in the Oklahoma Baptist University Bison Invitational in Shawnee.
Latta basketball squads sweep Vanoss
The Class 2A top-ranked Latta Panthers forced 26 turnovers and had a commanding 30-15 rebounding advantage in rolling to a 59-17 victory over the host Vanoss Wolves on Tuesday night.
Stratford teams will be ‘at home in the dome’ as gym gets facelift
The Stratford High School gymnasium is currently undergoing a much-needed facelift. But the job is expected to continue throughout the 2013-14 season.
There's nothing controlled about hunting
As a sportsman, it’s great to live in a state that offers so many hunting opportunities.
Lady Tigers drop first game of season
The East Central University women’s basketball team dropped its first game of the 2013-14 season Saturday to Henderson State, 53-69, in Great American Conference action.
East Central University Tigers fall to Henderson State
The East Central University men’s basketball team fell to Henderson State, 67-75, in Great American Conference action.
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