Lions set for John Nobles
The 16th ranked Moore boys basketball team experienced the high and lows of prep basketball last week. After knocking off No. 8 Nor
Lady Lions come up short to T-Wolves
MOORE — It was early in the third quarter and Jeff Blough, Norman North girls coach, had a thought.
Sooners ring up big numbers
For two years, Michael Squires was the hunter. The Edmond native fought and clawed his way onto the Oklahoma men’s gymnastics team and up the ladder until he won a national championship on the rings last year.
Former Sooners quarterback credits career success to athletics
OKLAHOMA CITY — To say J.C. Watts has lived an interesting life, would be an understatement. From college football quarterback to U
Ikard finishes off Sooner career in style
When Gabe Ikard first arrived at Oklahoma in 2009, the program was coming off a loss in the BCS Championship to Florida. Even thoug
SaberCats upset big falls short against Edmond
With No. 6 Edmond Memorial coming to its place, Southmoore was looking to pull off the upset. Even though it hadn’t been able to beat a top team this year, the SaberCats felt it was their time.
‘Cats snare first city title
Southmoore won its first ever city wrestling championship Tuesday at Moore High. The SaberCats earned a pair of hard fought victories over Westmoore and Moore to earn the coveted Moore Festival trophy.
Haley Eaves had no conscience. For most basketball players, that can be a detriment. But for the Southmoore freshman, it was a blessing.
Jaguars tourney run full of close calls
It had been a long time since Westmoore went into its own tournament believing it had a chance to win it all. But that was the case last weekend when they hosted the Lady Jags Classic.
Toughing it out
Southmoore entered this past weekend undefeated and ranked No. 3 in class 6A. They came out of it with two defeats and without one of its best players.
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