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TPS Athletics Hall of Fame adds Adele Lukken Peterson, Leah Hope Taber, Robert Mayes Sr., Perry Moss

They join Caleb Green, Tom Maxwell, John Hammond, Jamilah O'Neal-Carter and Allen Mullinax who were announced last week as members in the HOF's Class of 2022.

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Jenks names Will Seymour as girls basketball coach

Seymour had a 109-71 record at Okemah.

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OK Preps Extra podcast: It's the offseason but plenty going on in area basketball news

Lee Mayberry, Lou Dawkins take over at area programs. Mayberry grew up in Tulsa and played in the NBA. Dawkins is a TU legend.

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Photos: Owasso Rams claim the school's 14th state baseball title

The Rams knocked off Edmond Santa Fe 7-3 on Saturday afternoon in the Class 6A state baseball championship game. 

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Photos: Competitors chase gold at state tennis tournament

Jenks boys won their 16th state championship.

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Owasso returns to Class 6A baseball summit

Cole Deason and Branden Floyd each had three hits while Noah Smallwood drove in three runs with a second-inning, bases-loaded triple while sophomore righthander J.T. Davis allowed just five hits for Owasso, whose last state crown had come in the Rams’ most recent finals appearance in 2015.

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TPS Athletics Hall of Fame class includes Caleb Green, Tom Maxwell

Also inducted will be John Hammond, Jamilah O'Neal-Carter and Allen Mullinax along with eight others announced over the next two weekends for the 10th annual banquet at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 2, at the DoubleTree Tulsa at Warren Place. A reception will start at 5:30 p.m.

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Singles players claim titles for Class 6A tennis champion Jenks boys

Three Jenks entries took home titles, clinching the team championship for the Trojans.

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Bishop Kelley, Jenks girls win state track titles

In his last year as Bishop Kelley’s track coach, Lane Frailey went out on top.

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State tennis notebook: Holland Hall takes state in every category

Holland Hall sweeps titles: Holland Hall entered the weekend with only one first-seeded group, its No. 2 doubles team of Logan Mahan and Ro…

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2022 high school baseball state tournament results

Owasso claims its 14th state title.

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Results from Saturday's state boys tennis tournaments

Action took place at the Oklahoma City Tennis Center at Will Rogers Park in Oklahoma City.

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Siemens’ OT goal lifts Holland Hall girls to 4A state title

Harper Siemens scored 3:57 into overtime at Soldier Field on the campus of Rogers State University to lift Holland Hall to an exciting 2-1 victory over Metro Christian.

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Jackson Farrell, Jackson Smith lead Owasso into Class 6A title game

Farrell twirled a complete-game three-hitter and Smith had three hits, including a three-run homer, as the Rams defeated Edmond Deer Creek 6-2 in the semifinals.

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Victory Christian girls can’t complete comeback, fall in state final

The Conquerors' season came to a disappointing end Friday at Taft Stadium as they fell 3-1 to OKC Heritage Hall in the Class 3A state championship match.

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High school baseball state tournament scores, pairings

CLASS 6A

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Jenks closes in on Class 6A boys tennis repeat

Both of Jenks’ top-ranked singles contenders and defending state champions, No. 1 Brett Keeling and No. 2 Christian Pensavalle, advanced to the semifinals.

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Photos: Holland Hall girls top Metro Christian to claim 4A soccer title

Harper Siemens scored 3:57 into overtime at Soldier Field on the campus of Rogers State University to lift Holland Hall over Metro Christia…

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Edison senior Anthony Manipella makes state in golf and track – in the same week

After three days of state golf in Duncan, Manipella is competing in relays at the state track meet in Ardmore.

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State boys tennis notebook: Defending champion Cascia Hall in 4A driver's seat

James Benien, the top-seeded player in the No. 1 singles bracket, headlines Cascia Hall’s contenders.

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