PARK HILL -- Keys drove down the field against Pocola and never let up off the pedal Friday night as the Cougars were able to cruise to a 41-0 victory.

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Holland Hall took advantage of early mistakes in the first quarter and rolled to a 41-14 Friday night victory over the Sequoyah Indians (2-5, 1-2) in Tahlequah.

Tahlequah erased last week's doldrums on Friday against Pryor at Doc Wadley Stadium.

The Sequoyah Indians football team is approaching their Friday night matchup with Holland Hall at a pivotal point of their season.

Flipping the script with a string of four wins last week, Tahlequah has built up more steam than it has all season at the perfect time.

For the first time this season, Tahlequah finds itself in a regroup position.

Tahlequah had its volleyball season come to end after getting swept by Coweta Monday evening in the Class 5A Coweta Regional Tournament championship match.

Jacob Bruce left a lasting impression in his final contest at Rider Field as he ran for 376 yards and six touchdowns in a 46-20 senior night win for Hulbert over Talihina.

The Indians weren’t able to find any momentum on either side of the ball in their matchup with 2A powerhouse Vian, as the Wolverines overwhelmed the Indians with speed and size on their way to a 56-0 victory at Sequoyah’s Thompson field.

SHAWNEE — After 12 years of coming so close, coach Jeff Turtle and the Sequoyah Lady Indians, are the 3A fastpitch champions following a dominating 11-1 run-rule victory over the Washington Lady Warriors on Friday afternoon at The Ballfields at Firelake.

Chris Ray had his doubts just last week if his Tahlequah softball team could reach the state tournament.

The Keys Cougars are 1-1 in district play, coming off a 49-21 loss to the Holland Hall Dutch. The Cougars will now shift their focus to their upcoming opponent, the Spiro Bulldogs.

After moving to Class 2A before this season started, the Indians will face arguably their toughest test in their class this weekend.

Hulbert is looking to get back on track after a heartbreaking two-point loss to Gore last week in Class A District 8 action.

Tahlequah has been through its ups and downs this season, but the Lady Tigers put together one of their more impressive outings against Muskogee Monday as they closed out the regular season.

Sequoyah scored five times in the fifth inning to overcome a 2-1 deficit and defeated Fort Gibson Monday on the road in its final tuneup before entering play in the Class 3A State Tournament.

GORE -- The Bruce brothers did a lot, but it wasn't enough for Hulbert here Friday night.

The game was tied 3-3 through seven and a half innings but Hulbert came out on the losing end in a 4-3 loss to Colbert Friday, eliminating them from the state tournament.

PARK HILL - The Keys High School Cougars start off hot against the Holland Hall Dutch but were unable to overcome the turnover deficit in a 49-21 home loss Friday.

POCOLA - After losing a tough game last week, the Sequoyah Indians football team got the bounce back game they needed.

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After grueling through four tough sets in the regional tournament championship match against Southwest Covenant, the Sequoyah Indians volleyball team looked primed to win it in the fifth set Thursday evening at Sequoyah High School.

The Hulbert Lady Riders, hosting regionals for the first time, started with a bang as they defeated Liberty, 12-0, Thursday in their opener.

In a rematch of last year's state quarterfinals, Morris upset Sequoyah 4-3 in the opening game of the Class 3A regionals at Sequoyah High School, putting a crimp in the Lady Indians quest for a ninth straight appearance in the state playoffs. 

BROKEN ARROW -- The Hulbert Lady Riders begin play in a Class 3A Volleyball Regional Tournament on a high note Thursday, defeating Yale, 3-1, but against Summit Christian, Hulbert fell in defeat in three sets and had its season come to a close.

Tahlequah, which dropped its third straight game Thursday in a 1-0 setback at Claremore, will host a Class 5A Regional Tournament on Oct. 3-4.

HULBERT -- The Riders are on a two-game win streak and look to carry that over into Friday night's matchup on the road at Gore.

On paper, it's penciled as one of the premier matchups across the state on Friday.

HULBERT — After a big senior night win Monday, the Lady Riders (13-13) could not carry that momentum over into their final home game with Chouteau on Tuesday night, suffering a 3-1 setback.

After snapping their losing streak on Monday night, the Lady Tigers volleyball team was unable to score consecutive wins during their Tuesday night matchup with Tulsa NOAH at the Tahlequah Multipurpose Activity Center.

Fort Gibson continued its recent surge and spoiled Tahlequah’s Senior Night in fastpitch softball action Tuesday.

After losing 11 straight matches, the Tahlequah Tigers volleyball team looked to have an easy road to a victory on Monday night that would break the losing streak.

Tahlequah couldn't climb out of a six-run hole in a 6-4 road loss Monday to Oktaha.

HULBERT - On a rain soaked field the Hulbert Riders picked up a Class A District 8 win over Porter, 44-0, on homecoming Friday night.

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