As expected, the new ADM list for the next two football seasons has been approved by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association.
Rejoice Christian Schools tops 13-team field at Shawnee.
Destiny Johnson said her action in the All-State girls basketball game was probably her first without her Sand Springs partner, Holly Kersgiet…
OKLAHOMA CITY — Wrestling districts for the 2019-20 and 2020-21 seasons were approved Wednesday by the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities As…
Boys and girls basketball scores from Jan. 30
Hunter Bowers was easily the biggest, strongest quarterback Rejoice Christian had seen all year.
For Tommy Imbu and Dre Hill, it's been a harsh road of awful events. But with the help and love of football and friends, they've not only found stability but success and a family to call their own.
Area coaching couples most likely to be in the gym on Valentine's Day
Six minutes against Bishop Kelley on Friday was her first action since a sprained ankle against Union on Jan. 24.
Sand Springs fell from third to fourth in the 6A rankings with its first loss and Owasso moved up two spots, from ninth to seventh.
Girls basketball: Holland Hall's Gabby Gregory is player of the week
Broken Arrow is first. Jenks is second. Santa Fe (3-3, +25) hosted Norman on Thursday, needing a win to be in — or losses by Edmond Memorial (3-3, +6) or Westmoore (3-3, -15).
The coaches' proposal will be sent to the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association for final approval. With minor changes, those approvals can be expected during the OSSAA's Sept. 9 board of directors meeting.
Last Wednesday, Tulsa's Lincoln Christian and Edmond's Oklahoma Christian Academy became the first private schools since 1996 to