A recruiting trip took Steve Henson to Sunrise Christian Academy, a college preparatory school based in Bel Aire, Kansas, during the spring of 2011. And Henson, then an assistant coach under Oklahoma’s newly hired head coach Lon Kruger, returned from the visit with good and bad news.
Dionnah Jackson is not a member of The Transcript’s all-time Sooner women’s team just because the great Stacey Dales, senior point guard on Oklahoma’s 2002 national runner-up squad, believes this about her.
Confirmed cases of COVID-19 multiply every day, with the U.S. to date logging more than 185,000 cases and 3,600 deaths, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. But the identities of the victims may not be known unless they choose to come forward.
Cancellation of April's Azalea Festival activities could have broad economic repercussions, says Greater Muskogee Area Chamber of Commerce Tourism Director Justin O'Neal.
The Castle of Muskogee has canceled its annual Oklahoma Renaissance Festival in response to the spread of COVID-19, the group announced Wednesday.
Brandon Zaragoza was cautious about putting extra weight on his frame over the past year because he didn’t want to compromise the athleticism needed to play shortstop.
The coronavirus pandemic has shut down competitive sports but so far it has spared Enid's two public courses. Or, more accurately, neither has been forced to close. However, the impact has been felt differently at Meadowlake Golf Course and Pheasant Run Golf Club.
NORMAN — Athletes who compete in NCAA Division I spring sports received good news when they were granted eligibility extensions following a vote by the Division I Council on Monday.
NORMAN — Last week, Oklahoma coach Lincoln Riley questioned whether Power 5 conferences were operating on a level playing field during suspended competition, based on policies enacted due to the coronavirus pandemic.
This week the coaching staff, kicking off what would have been the first week of spring practice, sent out a home workout program to the players.
Like most businesses across the country – and the globe – the Big 12 Conference is feeling the monetary effects of the novel coronavirus pandemic.
By a 13-0 vote Thursday morning, the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association ended the 2019-20 season due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Jeff Murray was crouching in his umpire blue and grey during a regional tournament at Norman High, when former Midwest City star Vernon Maxwell hit a home run that Murray jokes still hasn’t landed.
Cleveland County’s three high school basketball teams left standing will end their 2019-20 seasons with victories — just not the way they envisioned.
Chris Young has been so concerned about his players and their safety since their season ended, he hasn’t had much time to think about how special May could have been for his program.
Just before going into surgery to treat a bicep injury, it still hadn’t resonated with Giselle Juarez that her senior season was finished before it truly started.
NORMAN — On paper, it might look like mop-up duty. There were few games last season that Caleb Kelly was healthy enough to compete in, so little action that he was able to retain that year of eligibility.
Oklahoma remains an option for 2021 five-star quarterback Caleb Williams, who the Sooners are eyeing to fill the void left by Brock Vandagriff's decommitment.
Ryan Gaines and Greg Tipton have known each other for nearly 30 years. They attended school together at Oklahoma and now have careers there.
CLAREMORE — After top two finishes in three tournaments this spring, coach Steve Brown and the Rogers State University men’s golf team was looking forward to defending its title in this week’s Hillcat Classic.
Their names were and are Britt Gaston and Cliff Courtenay and they were just 17 years old the night they attended a ballgame on April 8, 1974.
Skip Johnson knows what he’s going to do with the rest of Oklahoma’s canceled baseball season. There are bass ponds and turkey hunts waiting for him.
When Blake Jarwin signed a lucrative extension with America’s Team this week, he was also thinking about his fellow Americans.
EDMOND, Okla. — If you were going to start a wrestling program in Edmond, Oklahoma, wouldn’t you want the program’s leader to be a man who has run through the pipeline of Edmond Wrestling?
This Week's Circulars
ADA [ndash] Steven Albert Warkaske Jr., 49, of Ada passed away Sunday, March 29, 2020, in Ada. A come-and-go viewing will be held from 2-5 p.m. today at Estes-Phillips Funeral Home in Ada. Due to current world events, a private interment will happen at a later date.
ADA [ndash] Former East Central University golf coach Danny Key passed away Monday, March 30, at the age of 67. Key was a 1974 graduate of ECU who had a career in the energy industry in Houston before coming home to Ada to work with the Chickasaw Nation. He served the Nation for 11 years as …
MIDWEST CITY [ndash] Amanda Gayle Estes McPhetridge, 42, of Midwest City passed away Saturday, March 28, 2020. Due to current world events, a come-and-go viewing will be held from noon until 5 p.m. today at Estes-Phillips Funeral Home in Ada. A private interment will be held at a later date.
ADA [ndash] Graveside services for Emily Ann Bess-Dixon, 37, of Ada are at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Lightning Ridge Cemetery. Chad Large will officiate. Mrs. Bess-Dixon died Wednesday, March 25, 2020, at a local hospital. She was born Oct. 24, 1982, to Larry Bess and Karen Hallmark. She graduated …
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- Duncan’s first patient discusses recovering from COVID-19
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- DA says January officer-involved shooting in Stephens Co. justified
- Almost 1,000 cases in Oklahoma; Stephens County up to 8 positives
- Health department responds to Stephens Co. death from COVID-19
- City of Marlow orders residents to ‘shelter in place’
- COVID-19 situation update: Stephens Co. at nine cases, state has 1,159
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