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Durant scored four runs in the fifth inning to overcome a 1-0 deficit and ended Tahlequah's season with a 4-1 win Thursday evening in the Class 5A Fastpitch Softball State Tournament at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.

PARK HILL -- The Keys Cougars and Roland Rangers faced off this Thursday in a game that saw Roland just barely squeak out a win. Roland jumped out to an early lead and maintained it the entire game, and while Keys was able to rally in the second half, they would ultimately fall short. Losing…

The Sequoyah Football Indian Football went down to Stigler for a 67-6 district loss Thursday Night.

The Keys Cougars, (4-1), are coming off a huge win over Heavener on the road. Last Friday's matchup ended with Keys coming off victorious 63-18. Heavener would make this a close game in the second quarter when they added all 18 total points to make the halftime score 28-18. That is as close …

The Sequoyah Indians Football Team will play at Stigler on Thursday Night at 7pm. Stigler is 5-1 and 1-1 in 3A District 3. The Panthers are coming off of a bye week. Their last game was a 31-0 win against Checotah. Their district loss was to undefeated Seminole, 28-21.

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Bryce Girty, seventh-grader at Cherokee Immersion School, is congratulated by Sam Horsechief of Sequoyah High School. Bryce, son of Brandon Girty, after he won first place in long distance at the Tenkiller School Track meet on Tuesday, Oct. 12.

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Tahlequah’s season came to an end Monday as the Lady Tigers fell to Duncan in four sets in a Class 5A Regional Tournament championship match at the Tahlequah Multipurpose Activity Center.

The Sequoyah Lady Indians Volleyball Team played at Regionals at Summit Christian in Broken Arrow on Thursday. In the first match, Summit Christian defeated Wesleyan Christian in three sets. Sequoyah was assigned to meet up with Corn Bible, 3A #9 (18-9).

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Mark Wheeland caught his seventh touchdown of the season, but the RiverHawks offense was limited to 225 yards and lost the 23rd President's Cup game to rivals Central Oklahoma 49-9 Thursday at Doc Wadley Stadium.

The Sequoyah Football Team takes to the road to play their third district game of the season against the Locust Grove Pirates (1-5).

The Hulbert Riders have had to endure a 2021 season where they have been heavily bit by the injury bug. Down multiple starters on both sides of the ball, Hulbert sits at 0-5 on the year. This week, they will be facing a 2-3 Porter team who has been red hot as of late. While starting the seas…

Keys came out Friday looking to bounce back from a brutal blow-out loss to Vian. Keys faced off against a Pocola team that had won three of its first four. This matchup would show to be a very hard-fought game that Keys ultimately pulled out in the end. Keys would take the win against Pocola 26-19.

The Hulbert Riders came out against Talihina looking to build off a close playing performance last week against Canadian. Head Coach Ty Pilgrim knew that with the mounting injuries that all games were going to be tough to win. While Hulbert did put forth a solid effort in this game. They ult…

The Sequoyah Lady Indians Softball Team's season came to an end Saturday Evening at the hands of Dewey, 5-0, in the Regional Championship Game.

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On homecoming night, Sequoyah’s offensive stars came out against a rugged Westville defense though still coming short on the scoreboard, 32-60.

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TULSA — Tahlequah dominated from start to end and wiped away Tulsa Nathan Hale, 61-6, Friday at Tulsa Will Rogers High School.

The Sequoyah Lady Indians Softball Team falls to the losers bracket after a 0-1 pitchers' duel with Dewey (29-2) in Regionals Wednesday Night in Dewey.

The Keys Cougars are looking to bounce back after a blow-out loss last Friday to Vian, 48-7. After tying the score at 7, Keys could never get into a groove offensively. After losing Lane Taylor due to injury, the offense became all but non-existent. Keys is looking to turn that around on Fri…

The Hulbert Riders are still looking for their first win of the season after their heartbreaking 8-6 loss to Canadian last Friday night. Hulbert has been hit with the injury bug this season, and it has gotten progressively worse. Hulbert will be starting their fourth different quarterback on…

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Following last week's 0-63 loss to Lincoln Christian, the Sequoyah Indians are looking to Friday Night's Homecoming Game against Westville (5-0) to make improvements.

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Tahlequah battled back from a 2-1 deficit but couldn't get past Catoosa Tuesday in a five-set loss at the Tahlequah Multipurpose Activity Center.

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Sequoyah Lady Indians Volleyball Team avenged an early season loss to Hulbert on Monday in straight sets 25-18, 25-15, 25-11.

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McKenna Hood and Lily Couch both finished inside the top 20 and helped Tahlequah to a fourth-place team finish Saturday at the Edmond Pre-State 5K Cross Country Meet at Edmond Santa Fe High School.

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Mikah Vann had two hits and drove in a pair of runs to propel Tahlequah to a 7-3 win over Locust Grove Saturday on the final day of the Tahlequah/NSU Festival.

Briggs Basketball League team packets are now available for pick up at Briggs School, Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone interested in putting a team in the league must have a packet. Age divisions are 6U, co-ed and boy's and girl's 8U, 10U, and 12U. Packets are due back by Oct. 1…

Briggs Basketball League team packets are now available for pick up at Briggs School, Monday to Friday from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Anyone interested in putting a team in the league must have a packet. Age divisions are 6U, co-ed and boy's and girl's 8U, 10U, and 12U. Packets are due back by Oct. 1…

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Isaiah Davis ran for a 2-yard touchdown and Tyler Crawford added what would be the game-winning extra point in overtime to lift Northeastern State to a 49-48 win over Lincoln Saturday at Dwight T. Reed Stadium in Jefferson City, Missouri.

VIAN -- The Keys Cougars came into the Sep. 24 matchup against Vian sitting pretty at 2-0 on the young season. Vian came in sitting at a 2-1 record coming off their first loss of the season. What looked to be a good matchup on paper coming in, was far, far from that. Vian took the lead early…

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The Lincoln Christian Bulldogs scored 35 unanswered points in the first quarter on the way to 63-0 victory over the Sequoyah Indians Friday Night at Thompson Field. If the Indians had any hopes of a major upset, the first play of the game showed the talent of the Bulldogs. Quarterback, Max B…

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