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Local baseball trio back together again at Carl Albert State College
The pop group The Turtles had a hit single back in the 1960s titled “Happy Together.”
Powell fires 64 Tuesday to help Cougars to first title in 24 years
Justin Powell fired an 8-under-par, career-best 64 on Tuesday and Wyatt Robson recorded a 3-under 69 as the Ada Cougars shot 4-under as a team for the day and captured a Class 4A State Golf Championship at the par-72 Lake Hefner North Golf Course.
Byng roars to state tournament
The Pirates are going to the Class 4A State Tournament. Fortunately, those Pirates hail from Pontotoc County.
Sprint cars headed to OSP
It’s the heart of the spring season and the Oil Capital Racing Series sprint cars will make their normal May voyage south to George Welch’s Oklahoma Sports Park for Saturday’s running of the 5th Annual Harold Leep Jr. Memorial race.
Cougars dominate Class 4A Regional
The Ada High School boys’ tennis team claimed three championships and one runner-up finish to run away with the team title at the Class 4A Regional Tournament on Monday at LaFortune Park in Tulsa.
Byng wins twice in Poteau
When the Byng and host Poteau baseball teams met in Wednesday afternoon's winner's bracket of the Class 4A Regional Tournament at Town Creek Park, one thing was for sure. The Pirates were going to win. Fortunately, the Pirates who won came from Pontotoc County.
Latta can't overcome early deficit in loss to No. 1 Dale
During a postgame meeting with his team, Latta coach Jim Foster was overheard telling his players that things might have been different if they hadn’t “lost their minds” during a two-inning stretch against top-ranked Dale Wednesday at the Class 4A State Tournament at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.
Ada girls win 5A regional title
Margo Martin and Haley Dean claimed singles championships as the Ada High School girls’ tennis squad rolled to a Class 5A regional title on Monday.
Leedey drops Asher
After upsetting No. 3 Tupelo in the first round, the fifth-ranked Asher Lady Indians couldn’t slow down hard-hitting Leedey in a Class A State semifinal matchup Tuesday afternoon at Hall of Fame Stadium in Oklahoma City.
Roff girls run out of runs
A Roff offense that had steamrolled into the Class 2A State Slow-Pitch Tournament did a vanishing act at the worst of times.
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