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Bill Haisten: As Bryce Thompson leaves KU, his transfer decision will be fascinating

After one season with the University of Kansas program, former Booker T. Washington star Bryce Thompson has decided to play college basketball elsewhere.

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Pryor's Dax Sharp is latest Tulsa World baseball player of the week

Dax Sharp * Pryor * LHP * Sr.

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Bartlesville taps Talby Justus as new girls basketball coach

Talby Justus will be recommended as Bartlesville’s next girls head basketball coach, Bruins director of athletics Thad Dilbeck said in a ne…

Jenks sophomore Logan Tibbett keys district win over Bixby

BIXBY — It was a baseball game that the Jenks Trojans had to have and sophomore Logan Tibbett came through at crunch time.

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Ten-run first inning sends Owasso past Berryhill

A strong team effort lifted Owasso past Berryhill 16-3 in a 5-inning, run-rule win in the Nike Pro Nine festival Saturday at Stigall Field.

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Photos: Berryhill takes on Owasso in high school baseball

See images of Owasso's 16-3 victory against Berryhill on Saturday.

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Mason Kidd, Coweta boys soccer bounce back against Collinsville; Lady Cardinals extend winning streak

Kidd scored twice after Coweta was shut out in its previous two games.

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House committee revives legislation banning transgender athletes

Now Senate Bill 2, the measure is intended to bar "male-bodied" athletes who identify as female from competing in girls' or women's sports.

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What COVID-19 means for the athlete’s heart

For sports fans across the country, the resumption of the regular sports calendar has signaled another step toward post-pandemic normality.…

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Temira Poindexter, Kaylen Nelson, Kate Bradley among OCA All-State girls basketball honorees

The annual All-State games will be played July 28 at a site to be determined as part of the OCA’s annual convention in Tulsa. The small-school game is set for 7 p.m. and the large-school game will be played 8:30.

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Holland Hall's Owen Ostroski, Mannford's Madison Collier go long in the discus

Owen Ostroski said all that added strength that made him a dominant presence for Holland Hall’s Class 3A football champs last fall is havin…

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B.T. Washington's Krish Kumar is latest Tulsa World spring sports boys athlete of the week

Kumar has a 10-2 record this season.

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Broken Arrow's Payton Hinkle repeats as Gatorade's state girls cross country runner of the year

Payton Hinkle has won back-to-back cross country state titles, and now she has back-to-back Gatorade Awards to go with them.

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Liz Campbell leads Bishop Kelley to District 5A-3 lead; Loss could be wake-up call for Jenks boys

Comets have posted consecutive 10-0 wins. Trojans lost 1-0 to Enid on Tuesday after winning five of their previous six.

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Edison stuns Claremore twice, getting better under second-year coach

The Edison baseball team is flying high after giving Claremore its first District 5A-4 losses Monday and Tuesday.

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Blazing bat makes Claremore's Noah Smallwood latest Tulsa World baseball player of the week

Went 15-for-20 in his last seven games and is hitting .418 overall.

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Tulsa signee Liz Campbell of Bishop Kelley is soccer athlete of the week

Had three goals and six assists in two District 5A-3 victories.

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Former TU basketball standout Dante Swanson named as Wagoner head coach

Swanson, a 2018 Wagoner Athletic Hall of Fame inductee, was a 1999 All-State selection as he averaged 21.7 points to help the Bulldogs finish as the Class 4A state runner-up. He then had a stellar career at Tulsa.

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NOAH boys win 16U national homeschool basketball title

Jarreth Ingram and Connor Hislop led NOAH with 18 points each in the title game.

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Webster's Anthony Pritchard wins second Green Country MVP award

Pritchard, a University of Tulsa commit, averaged 22.9 points. Memorial's Nakya Blakley was the GCC's girls basketball most valuable player.

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