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Jenks takes 'care of business' for OT win over Owasso in Frontier opener

Jenks' Dylan Golightly scored 10 of his 19 points in the last eight minutes, including the go-ahead basket with 22.9 seconds left in overtime. Brandon Mann led Owasso with 33 points.

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Experiments working for Jenks boys swimmers; Bartlesville's Griffin Craig prepares for national meet

The Trojans defeated Union 202.00-69.00 and Bartlesville 180.00-93.00. Bartlesville beat Union 152.00-97.00. Bartlesville won the girls meet.

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Chance Wilson player diary: From a young age, I always wanted to be a quarterback

I remember from back when I was a young kid watching Marcus Mariota and all those guys and wanted to be that when I was older.

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Bill Knight Automotive football players of the week: Gore's Gunner Dozier, Stillwater's Julius Talley

Dozier rushed for 163 yards and three touchdowns while Talley's performance on both sides of the ball helped Stillwater lift a gold ball. 

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OK Preps Extra podcast: How good was Bixby this year?

Plus, Barry Lewis and Dean Ruhl discuss Stillwater’s perfect season; Wagoner’s improbable state title, and an amazing performance by Kirk Francis in a losing effort in the 2A finals.

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Gore-Fairview highlights Week 15's championship matchups

In the Class A state final, the Gore-Fairview winner will complete its first-ever perfect season.

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Bixby's Cale Fugate receives top 6AI-1 defensive award, but state champion Spartans shut out on MVP honors

Fugate had 66 tackles and five interceptions. He also was a standout receiver with 36 catches for 680 yards and 12 TDs.

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Union's Grayson Tempest shares 6AI-2 MVP honors with OU commit Jacobe Johnson

Tempest caught 48 passes for 646 yards and five touchdown to help Union win the district and reach the state semifinals.

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Meet Tulsa World Magazine's Tulsans of the Year for 2022

Every year we honor people who exhibit strength, compassion, leadership and community pride.

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Breaking down MWC Carl Albert's dominating win over McAlester in the 5A final

It was a rare blowout win in a title game for the Titans, who are 17-1 in finals.

POLL CLOSED: Vote for the Bill Knight Automotive high school football player of the week for Week 14

This season's final football player of the week poll voting ends at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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POLL CLOSED: Vote for the Bill Knight Automotive high school football player of the week for Week 14

This season's final football player of the week poll voting ends at 10 a.m. Tuesday.

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Class 4A: Game statistics for Wagoner vs. Cushing

WAGONER 24, CUSHING 21

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Breaking down Wagoner’s 24-21 win against Cushing in the Class 4A title game

EDMOND — On Saturday night, Wagoner won its sixth state championship in 12 years, with the Bulldogs upending undefeated Cushing with a last…

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No. 3 Wagoner upsets No. 1 Cushing 24-21 with last-second field goal to win 4A championship

After a Cushing time out to try and ice him, Ethan Muehlenweg connected on a 36-yard field goal that gave third-ranked Wagoner a 24-21 victory over No. 1 Cushing.

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Photos: Midwest City Carl Albert dominates in Class 5A Championship with win over McAlester, 49-7

After a one-year hiatus, Midwest City Carl Albert is back on top of Class 5A football after a 49-7 victory over McAlester on Saturday after…

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Photos: Wagoner takes Class 4A state title with game-winning field goal, 24-21

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Bill Haisten: At the finish line, a tough experience for McAlester’s Erik McCarty

At what point might Erik McCarty be able to reflect not on how terrible Saturday was, but on how amazing his prep football career has been?

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Buffaloes finish Class 5A runner-up for second straight year after 49-7 loss to Carl Albert

The Titans won their seventh state championship since 2012, while the Buffaloes finished runner-up for the second straight year.

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Bill Haisten: The Bixby machine does it again, adding to its stack of milestones

Loren Montgomery’s Spartans responded in an exactly typical manner: with energy, intensity, crisp execution and cold-blooded domination.

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