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Update on former area baseball players
A quick glance at three former area baseball players (two from Keys, one from Sequoyah). Eric Kirkpatrick recently concluded his first season of college ball, while Jake Fisher (Oklahoma) and Chance Ross (Burlington) are still in the midst of their seasons at the Division I and minor league level, respectively.
Position spotlight: Keys quarterbacks and running backs
Who will play quarteback and running back for Keys in 2013? We search for answers as Keys goes through spring drills.
5A Track: Pair of silvers for Tahlequah girls
Tahlequah's girls track team nabbed a pair of silver medals on the first day of the Class 5A state track meet on Friday.
Introduction to Tahlequah's slowpitch softball team
Tahlequah has been a mainstay at the slowpitch state tournament for the past two decades. See what players will strive to continue the legacy in 2013.
Inside the MIAA (week of Feb. 20)
With two weeks left in the regular season, here's where things stand in the Mid-America Intercollegeiate Athletics Association.
NSU softball starts season Friday
The RiverHawks were picked to finish 9th in the MIAA. Will that serve as a motivator?....
High school basketball coaches poll
Here are the updated coaches' polls for high school basketball.
Hulbert's McGowan makes 195 finals
STILWELL — Bryson McGowan's scouting report was spot on early Saturday afternoon....
Feast or famine for local teams on tournament's opening day
Maverick Conference Tournament notebook
Q&A: Bryton Hobbs, NSU point guard
After two years of junior college basketball, Bryton Hobbs transferred to Northeastern State, where he is now averaging 17.4 points a game. The St. Louis native has helped guide the RiverHawks to a 13-4 overall record and a 6-3 mark in the MIAA....
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