The Ada High baseball team is kind of like butter. It’s on a roll.
State and National
Ada High School product Anderson Allen finished 2-for-3 with a walk and a run scored, but the East Central University baseball team saw a nine-inning rally fall just short in a 9-5 loss to Arkansas-Monticello Thursday afternoon at Ken Turner Field.
EL RENO — Wister scored five runs in the top of the fifth inning, and that proved to be enough in a 5-2 win over Byng Thursday at the Union Valley Festival.
SHAWNEE — The Byng High School girls tennis team brought home the gold, and the Pirates were runners-up at the Shawnee Tournament last weekend.
Morgan Academy of Selma, Alabama won a tense 5-4 victory over the Roff Tigers Thursday in the semifinals of the 2019 Gulf Shores Shootout.
Latta Baseball Capsules
Oklahoma softball opens Big 12 play this weekend with a three-game series at Texas Tech.
The East Central University baseball team returns to Ken Turner Field for four straight games, beginning today with a 1 p.m.
Ada nine-hole hitter Ryan Hagar continued his torrid hitting streak and helped the Cougars roll past Pauls Valley 16-9 on the road Tuesday afternoon.
Oklahoma State Cowboys
Kenny Gajewski doesn’t know if his Oklahoma State softball team is close to playing a complete game, but he hopes it comes soon.
Kentrevious Jones, Maurice Calloo and Michael Weathers – the three former Oklahoma State basketball players who were dismissed from the team earlier this year after suspicion of vandalizing cars with a BB gun – were officially charged Wednesday in Payne County District Court. A woman, Imani Patterson, was also charged on the same counts. Patterson was a former OSU cheerleader.
Jocelyn Alo introduced herself to the Big 12 by recording four home runs on four hits in her debut conference series in 2018.
COLUMBIA, S.C. — Lon Kruger has tinkered with his front court several times this season, albeit not by much choice.
Because basketball-reference.com exists, we can quickly diagnose the apparent contradiction between the professional numbers attached to Nick Collison’s name and the ceremony planned in his honor this evening.
OKLAHOMA CITY — Because Paul George made a corner 3 with about four minutes remaining that made them believe, Thunder fans did not depart early.
It is the agitators who get things done. Or, at the very least, who shame and expose the stodgy folks who don’t want to get things done.
When Thunder fans tune into tonight’s game against Utah, there is one question they’ll not have to wonder about.
The first time the Thunder lost five of six games this season, they turned around and won 11 of 12. However, that’s going to be harder to do the second time around.
On the bright side, the Thunder won’t have to worry about the wily veteran ways of Pau Gasol in San Antonio tonight.
This Week's Circulars
- A community comes together
- Rollover accident shuts down SH59A a mile west of 3W
- Abbott’s Grocery: a family business
- Slow. Down.
- Roff rolling in Gulf Shores Shootout
- Roff's coach reaches huge career milestone
- In pictures: Gone but never forgotten: Konawa says goodbye to Rhindi
- Coalgate Hall of Fame announces new inductees
- Roff Tigers fall in extra innings
- Tribes shut out of 'Opportunity Zone' deals