Here is The Associated Press’ Oklahoma high school football poll with first place votes in parentheses, records, points and ranking in last week’s poll, records through Sept. 26. Points for classes A through 5A based on 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 scoring. Points for 6A (Division I & II), class…
RED OAK – Jacob Jones cranked out two home runs and Joshua Lewis went deep once as the Roff Tigers secured a wild 12-11 victory at Red Oak in 11 innings Monday in a tune-up game for Class Aregional play.
NORMAN — By its own admission, Oklahoma is at a crossroads. The 1-2 start to a season with national championship ambition is devastating. What happens to the Sooners when college football’s coveted prize is no longer obtainable?
STONEWALL – As the regional playoffs get set to begin Thursday, the Latta Lady Panthers and Stonewall Lady Longhorns had one final chance to tune things up Tuesday evening in Stonewall.
WEATHERFORD — The East Central University soccer team dropped a 4-0 decision to Southwestern Sunday in Weatherford. It was the final game of four-straight road matches.
BYNG – The Byng Pirates closed out their Class A District Tournament championship run by defeating the Vanoss Wolves 9-0 to take the title Friday evening at Stokes Field.
OLIVE – Austin Ellenberg and Randis Gray combined for a five-inning no-hitter Friday as the Class A eighth-ranked Latta Panthers thumped Olive 17-1 in five innings to capture a district championship.
STRATFORD – Sparked by three long interception returns for touchdowns – two by Clint Cosby and one by Dylan Evans – the Stratford Bulldogs coasted to a 40-14 rout of Kingston at Blackburn Field Friday night.
SULPHUR – Cameron Jones and Trey Kiser each eclipsed 100 yards rushing as the Sulphur Bulldogs piled up 516 yards of offense in rolling to a 55-21 rout of Madill Friday night at Agee Field.
ADA — The East Central University volleyball team swept past archrival Southeastern 3-0 (25-8, 25-19, 25-15) in the first Great American Conference and home match of the 2016 season Thursday night inside the Kerr Center.
ROFF – Taryn Monjay and Kaylea Ensey each went 3-for-4 from the plate as the Roff Lady Tigers trounced Paoli 13-5 in four innings Friday to capture a Class A district title.
OLIVE — Tyler Dean and Jacob Savage pitched back-to-back one-hit shutouts as the Class A eighth-ranked Latta Panthers beat host Olive, 10-0, and Oilton, 17-0, in district playoff action on Thursday.
PLAINVIEW – The host Plainview Lady Indians scored a run off an error in the bottom of the eighth inning to edge Ada 5-4 Thursday night in a District 4A-1 contest.
STONEWALL – Macy Farris hit a two-run homer and Alexis Lambert fired a one-hitter as the Class A fifth-ranked Stonewall Lady Longhorns routed Vanoss 11-1 Thursday in 3 ½ innings to complete a district playoff doubleheader sweep.
GLENCOE – Jacob Jones and Zane Brown combined to drive in half of Roff’s 18 runs as the Class A ninth-ranked Tigers rolled to an easy 18-1 rout of Agra in four innings Thursday afternoon to open district playoff action.
KONAWA — Alyssa Kuestersteffen had a big 6-for-9 day from the plate as the Class 2A 12th-ranked Konawa Lady Tigers swept a pair of Class 2A district playoff games from the Coalgate Lady Wildcats on Wednesday.
I’m certainly no coach, but I felt the need too ffer Ada head guy Wade Standley some friendly pointers in advance of his team’s trip to Southern Nazarene University to take on the Bethany Bronchos.
NORMAN — It’s going to be a while before Oklahoma freshman quarterback Austin Kendall’s thoughts are made public. OU coach Bob Stoops announced on Monday that he was cutting media access to Kendall and other “younger players.”
BETHANY — East Central freshman running back Je’Qualon Wright rushed for 131 yards and senior kicker Jarod Haynes remained perfect on the season with three field goals as the Tigers ran past winless Southern Nazarene 23-6 for a Great American Conference road victory Saturday night.
ADA — With only a six-point lead over second-place Whit Gastineau in the Oil Capital Racing Series sprint car point standings, Robert Sellers was in need of a win in the worst way. And that is just what he got Saturday at Oklahoma Sports Park.
OIL CENTER — Following are the results from races held Sept. 10 at the Oklahoma Sports Park. Races are held every Saturday night throughout the 2016 season at the local dirt track, located 10 miles northwest of Ada on SH 3W. Gates open at 5 p.m. and races begin at approximately 7:30 p.m. Sep…
The East Central University football team will be searching for its first win of the season Saturday night, when the Tigers travel to Bethany to face Southern Nazarene. Kickoff is scheduled for 6 p.m. at SNU Football Stadium.
NORMAN — By the third week in August, Oklahoma’s defense was in game-planning mode. Why not start early when two of the first three offenses to defend are cut from the same cloth?
DENTON, TEXAS — East Central University fell just short at No. 25 Texas Woman’s University, dropping a 1-0 decision in the team’s final non-conference match of the 2016 regular season Monday in Denton, Texas.