Tahlequah Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association All-State selection Emily Sampson made her college decision official Wednesday at the Tahlequah Multipurpose Activity Center.
Bailee Eldred and Cailyn Long both had 20-point evenings, but a late rally by Northwestern Oklahoma handed the RiverHawks a 76-71 loss on Saturday inside the NSU Event Center.
HULBERT -- With just a minute left in the third quarter of Hulbert's 50-13 victory over Allen in their first round playoff matchup, running back Jacob Bruce needed 59 more yards to break the record for most career rushing yards in Oklahoma high school football history.
Lily Couch put herself on an exclusive list when she closed out her first year as a high school cross country runner.
Tahlequah High School wrestling will kick off the start of its 2018-19 season by hosting the annual Orange and White Dual Tuesday Nov. 13, and Tiger head coach Travis Kirby will be having a pulled pork dinner fundraiser to help with team expenses.
HULBERT -- For the first time in half a century, the Hulbert Riders (7-3, 5-1) have home-field advantage as Class A District 8 champions in the first week of the playoffs.
It’s the fifth consecutive year Tahlequah has reached the playoffs, a streak that has only been reached one other time in program history
Tahlequah's Emily Sampson was recognized as one of the state's top players when she was selected to the Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches Association last week.
SAVANNA — Hulbert was in control from the start and imposed their will in a 54-8 win over Savanna Friday night and in the process claimed a district championship.
CLAREMORE — Tahlequah reached a level not seen in 26 years Friday night in its regular season finale against Claremore.
Fighting for the last playoff spot, the Keys Cougars will travel to Vian to face the 7-2 Wolverines. The Wolverines have clinched a playoff spot.
Tahlequah’s Emily Sampson, Sequoyah’s Kaylee Smith and Sequoyah head coach Jeff Turtle were each honored Monday by the Oklahoma High School Fast-Pitch Softball Coaches Association as All-State selections.
Hulbert — The Riders did not have a difficult time imposing their will on a struggling and winless Warner Eagles team in a 55-16 win Friday night at Rider Field.
When Jonia Walker arrived at Sequoyah, she didn't have any experience in volleyball. She was a gifted athlete, but it wasn't until her sophomore year that she decided to give volleyball a shot.
Despite four top 20 finishes, Sequoyah came up short in its bid for a state championship Saturday at the Class 3A Cross Country State Championship Meet in Shawnee.
Both Tahlequah cross country teams will be at the Class 5A Cross Country State Championship Meet on Saturday after strong showings in regionals last weekend at Mohawk Sports Complex in Owasso.
PANAMA — Keys led Panama for the majority of the game Thursday but were unable to keep hold of the lead as the Cougars suffered a 12-7 road loss in the final minutes.
Sallisaw — Jacob Bruce made the biggest play of the night with 16 seconds remaining in the game as he looked into the air and picked off the football to seal a 47-44 Hulbert win over Central Sallisaw Thursday night on the road.
WESTVILLE — After struggling against the two toughest teams in the district in the last two weeks, the Sequoyah Indians football team got the bounce back win they needed on Thursday night.
After struggling through the toughest part of their season, the Sequoyah Indians football team is hitting the stretch run of its season on Thursday night.
Both Sequoyah cross country teams were dominant on Saturday as the Indians and Lady Indians both claimed Class 3A regional championships at Nichols Park in Henryetta.
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.
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