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TUPELO – Ty Bourland and Ethan Norfleet pitched back-to-back shutouts as No. 8 Tupelo registered a two-game sweep Thursday on the first day of a Class B District Tournament.

PURCELL – The Ada Cougars broke a 3-all deadlock with a four-run seventh inning in claiming a 7-3 win over Pauls Valley on Thursday in the Heart of Oklahoma Classic, hosted by Purcell High School.

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LATTA — Latta assistant coach Carla Harris has compared the LHS softball team to a light switch just about all season long.

TUPELO – The Tupelo Lady Tigers pounded out a combined 44 hits in registering a three-game sweep Thursday and capturing a Class A District championship.

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Ada High boys golf team fired a 308 and finished in second place Thursday at the Del City Invitational held Thursday at the Trosper Park Golf Course.

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STONEWALL – Alexis Chamberlain, Macy Farris and Clio Heath each smacked a home run and Dawsyn Lyon went 3-for-3 with a pair of doubles and one RBI as the third-ranked Stonewall Lady Longhorns capped off a perfect 3-0 day and a 2A District championship with a 9-1 victory over Bennington in fi…

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Ada Cougars earned championships at No. 2 Singles and No. 2 Doubles in securing a runner-up finish Wednesday in the Guthrie Tournament.

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ALLEN — The 15th-ranked Allen Lady Mustangs secured three straight run-rule victories to capture a Class 3A District championship at home Wednesday afternoon.

Oklahoma State Cowboys

  • CNHI Sports Oklahoma

NORMAN, Okla. – In the first Bedlam matchup of the season, Oklahoma State picked up its fourth consecutive win over Oklahoma with a 7-1 triumph in a Tuesday night non-conference affair at L. Dale Mitchell Park.

Oklahoma Sooners

  • Clay Horning | CNHI Sports Oklahoma

It’s the NCAA gymnastics championships, the Oklahoma men are looking for their fourth straight national title, the program’s 12th overall and its ninth in in 19 seasons under coach Mark Williams, who has decided not to bring his very best team to tonight’s preliminary round.


  • By Fred Katz | Transcript Sports Writer
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Paul George told reporters Friday that he has “made huge strides” in recovering from the right hip contusion he suffered during Game 1 of the Thunder’s first-round playoff series against Utah.

  • By Fred Katz | Transcript Sports Writer

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Thunder believe team play-by-play announcer Brian Davis' racially insensitive remarks during Wednesday's game against Memphis were "offensive and inappropriate," Thunder Vice President of Broadcasting Dan Mahoney told The Transcript.

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