Repp, Harris lead Bronchos in solid basketball season
A 66-61 loss to Pioneer-Pleasant Vale in Minco on Friday ended the Central High boys basketball team’s season in the second round consolation regional.
Lady Comets have abrupt end to season
They were Stephens County champions and had 20 wins, but the No. 16 Velma-Alma girls basketball team fell just short of its goal of reaching the Class A state tournament.
Hammond lifts Comanche Indians into Area tournament
Comanche senior Jacob Hammond is taking over.
After taking off with a 21-point second half in the 59-55 loss to Marlow, he has been on a warpath, scoring 41 in a 69-57 win over Riverside Saturday.
Comets cruise into state tournament
Topping the 80-point mark for just the second time this season, the No. 14 Velma-Alma boys basketball team claimed a spot in the state tournament with a 82-65 win versus No. 4 Cyril Saturday night.
Girls win Perkins tournament
The Duncan tennis players mostly took care of business at the J.C. Perkins Tournament Saturday.
Can’t be stopped
With what seemed like all of Stephens County crammed into Comanche’s gym, the Marlow boys basketball team rode a wave of momentum to pull out a 59-54 victory versus Comanche.
Lady Outlaws let lead slip away in fourth
For three quarters, the Lady Outlaws had No. 14 Tishomingo on the ropes, but the fourth quarter made all of the difference.
Comanche ends drought with win over Riverside
Senior Hannah Suson scored 13 points and hit three three-point shots to lead Comanche to a 56-39 win over Riverside Indian school in the first round of the consolation bracket.
Home tourney opens Duncan tennis season
A good field of teams will be in Duncan Saturday for the J.C. Perkins Tournament, which officially opens the Demon tennis season.
Eight teams will participate. Ada, the defending Class 4A boys champion, will be there. Some of the other teams are Tulsa Edison, Ardmore and Durant.
Tennis looks for continued success
The 2013 season was one the Duncan girls tennis team will never forget, as the team won the Class 5A state championship.
“It was indescribable,” said junior Alex Bowers. “It was so cool to see coach (Phil) Barnes’ reaction.”
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