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Rogers State separated late and held off Northeastern State, 63-56, to hand the RiverHawks their second straight loss Saturday afternoon at the NSU Event Center.

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WACO, Texas – Bryce Thompson scored the game's final six points and finished with 19 as Oklahoma State beat No. 1 Baylor 61-54 on Saturday, giving the Bears consecutive home losses for the first time in nearly six years.

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Tahlequah went back to its dominating ways in its last outing — a 75-35 triumph over Claremore on Jan. 4 — and will try to add to its two-game win streak Friday when the Lady Tigers host Skiatook in a 6 p.m. tipoff at the Tahlequah Multipurpose Activity Center.

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INDIANAPOLIS, Ind. - The Northeastern State Department of Athletics was named a finalist for the 2022 NCAA Division II Award of Excellence, an accolade recognizing initiatives in the past year that exemplify the Division II philosophy, community engagement, and student-athlete leadership.

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The Hulbert Lady Riders faced host Chelsea in the JMH Memorial Tournament, Saturday, and defeated their hosts 37-29.

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The Sequoyah Lady Indians began the week with a win over Adair. They finished the week with a convincing win over Tulsa Edison, 57-29, at the Lincoln Christian tournament Saturday.

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It took the Keys Lady Cougars exactly eight game-time minutes to exert their dominance over the Warner girls, Saturday night. In the championship of the Warner Tournament, the Lady Cougars raced out to an 18-6 first period lead, on their way to a resounding victory, 76-40.

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The Lady Indians won a 52-47 game Thursday evening, but, unfortunately, it was the Stilwell Lady Indians, and not the Sequoyah Lady Indians.

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The Sequoyah Indians played Tulsa Edison hard from start to finish, Thursday evening, but ultimately lost, 66-50.

All young athletes dream about accomplishing great things. Some actually do. One such athlete is Emmary (EM-ery) Elizondo (el-i-ZON-doe), a freshman athlete at Sequoyah High School. You have probably seen her name in all the articles recently about the Sequoyah Lady Indians basketball team, …

Due to a scheduling conflict at the Claremore gym, Tuesday night basketball games were moved to Tahlequah. When the night was over, chances are, the Claremore teams probably were wishing they’d stayed home. The Tahlequah Lady Tigers took the Claremore girls to school, winning 75-35, while th…

Everyone pretty much expected the Adair Warriors to cruise to an easy victory over the Sequoyah Indians Tuesday night. Everyone, that is, except the Indians.

The Sequoyah Lady Indians wasted no time Tuesday night letting the visiting Adair Lady Warriors know they weren’t welcome at The Place Where They Play, trouncing the visitors 66-28.

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Tahlequah didn’t have an answer for Braci Nyberg and Kenley Gore, and suffered its second loss in as many days Tuesday on day two of the 56th Annual Tournament of Champions at the BOK Center in Tulsa.

The Hulbert Lady Riders hosted the Gore Lady Pirates, Dec. 17, and they were quite rude to their guests, scoring-wise, racing out to an 11-3 first quarter before really pouring it on to claim a 63-22 victory.

The Hulbert Riders had aspirations of ending play in 2021 with a victory. Unfortunately, they came up seven points short of the win against the Gore Pirates, Dec. 17. Gore took a 44-38 win home with them.

It didn’t take long for the Tahlequah Tigers to exhibit total dominance over their hosts, the Grove Ridgerunners, Friday night, as the Orange and Black doubled Grove 16-8 in the first quarter on their way to a convincing 59-41 victory.

Saturday morning paper declared the final score of the Tahlequah Lady Tigers’ victory over Grove as 60-29.

The Tahlequah basketball teams travelled to Grove Friday night, and broke out the broom with a clean sweep.

Take two high school basketball teams located five miles apart, many work together, go to church together, throw them together on the basketball court, then sit back and watch the fun.

The Place Where They Play was the site of a hard-fought girls basketball game Thursday night. The eighth-ranked Keys Lady Cougars visited the 17th-ranked Sequoyah Lady Indians, and after 32 minutes of clawing and scratching, the Lady Cougars came out on top, 53-44.

After dealing with wear and tear at the end of the season, the Oklahoma State football team is recuperating during its 27-day break between games.

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