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Following are Thursday night’s final results from the 2017 Vision Bank Ada City Open held at the Ada Tennis Center.

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Following are Thursday night’s final results from the 2017 Vision Bank Ada City Open held at the Ada Tennis Center.

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BURKBURNETT, Texas – The Ada Braves American Legion Post 72 baseball squad edged Southmoore 5-3 Sunday in the championship game fo the 2017 Red River Classic.

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Local gymnast Kira Zellars brought home three medals from the USA Gymnastics State Compulsory meet held recently in Oklahoma City.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder went across the world just to add someone who was right next door, when they selected Terrance Ferguson with the No. 21 pick in Thursday night’s NBA Draft.

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EDMOND — Stonewall softball coach Brian Davis ended his slow-pitch school year in style.

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NORMAN — Oklahoma first baseman Shay Knighten was nominated for a ESPY Award in the Best Championship Performance category Wednesday.

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NORMAN — Though it has been expressed in this space that the load Lincoln Riley appears intent upon taking on could be too much, he made a compelling case during a sit-down in his office with The Norman Transcript Wednesday afternoon that it’s actually not too much.

  • By TYLER PALMATEER  CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma identified Lincoln Riley as the future to its football program. Tuesday, the university settled on how it would reimburse the young star for carrying that weight.

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Oklahoma Sooners

  • By John McKelvey | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

OKLAHOMA CITY — For the second year in a row, but just the third time in the last decade, three double-digit seeds made it to the Women's College World Series at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

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  • By Fred Katz | CNHI News Service
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It’s impossible to predict the first 20 selections of the NBA Draft. So, Oklahoma City is eying different types of players as it awaits the No. 21 pick in Thursday night’s festivities. Here are some of the prospects the Thunder could choose (in no particular order) if they hold onto their first-round pick:

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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It’s impossible to predict the first 20 selections of the NBA Draft. So, Oklahoma City is eying different types of players as it awaits the No. 21 pick in Thursday night’s festivities. Here are some of the prospects the Thunder could choose (in no particular order) if they hold onto their first-round pick: 

  • By Fred Katz | CNHI Sports Oklahoma
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma City has a long history of successfully identifying talent in the NBA Draft, whether it comes early or late. And general manager Sam Presti will have to rely on good fortune to continue that trend Thursday night, when the Thunder are scheduled to pick at No. 21.

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