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Thunder and Pattrick Patterson agree to a buyout

The Patrick Patterson era in Oklahoma City has come to an end. On Thursday, Oklahoma City and Patterson agreed to a buyout on the final season of his contract, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of … more

Dallas Cox signs on at Randall University

The Randall University Saints baseball team got better recently when former Navajo standout Dallas Cox signed on to help the Saints bounce back from an 8-37 season this past spring. Randall … more

Tatiana Young plans to make the most of her opportunity

Tatiana Young didn’t expect to be here, some four hours southwest of her home in a small Oklahoma town, but her high school basketball career led her here. Tulsa and Altus share the same … more

Altus athletes compete at All-State week

Altus had several athletes compete during the Oklahoma Coaches Association’s All-State week this past weekend. With selections in wrestling, football and swimming, Altus High School was well … more

Shockers finish season with a 30-15 record

The Southwest Shockers 16-and-under baseball team played its final game of the season at L. Dale Mitchell Baseball Park in Norman on Sunday. The team faced some of its toughest challenges over the … more

Paradize Jackson finds a new home with Cowgirls

There has never been a more prolific 3-point shooter in Lady Pioneer history than Paradize Jackson. She set the junior college world on fire during the 2017-18 basketball season with 105 made … more

Shockers - White struggle against Rebels, Mudcats

The Southwest Shockers - White 16-and-under played in two games recently and lost both. The first was a close 4-3 loss to the SWAT Rebels, and the second game was a 13-1 loss to the Oklahoma … more

Samantha Stallworth latest to join Lady Pioneers

Samantha Stallworth is currently staring down her future in a completely different way than she had ever imagined. Stallworth was a track star at Natalia High School in Natalia, Texas. That was … more

Does OKC benefit from Chris Paul’s experience?

The offseason started quietly in Oklahoma City, and it was expected to stay that way as the league progressed into the free agency period. The Thunder had no cap space to speak of, were far over … more

Will the Thunder’s gamble pay off?

There was a lot of confusion surrounding the Oklahoma City Thunder’s pick of 6-foot-9-inch small forward Darius Bazley during the 2019 NBA Draft in early June. He wasn’t an unknown as … more

Kaylen Carroll strengthens the Lady Pioneers’ roster

There were plenty of viable options for Kaylen Carroll when it came time to decide where she would play softball in college, and if you ever had the opportunity to watch her play in person, it … more

Shockers win 3, lose 3 at weekend tournament

The Southwest Shockers 16 and under team had a busy three days at the Arnold Lankford Classic in Canute this past weekend. Over the three days, the Shockers competed in six games, winning three games … more

Altus adds volleyball to the mix in 2019-20

There is an excitement building at Altus High School as the athletics program looks to add one more sport for fans to cheer about this coming school year. That sport is girls’ volleyball, and … more

Kymbree McKee focuses on 2020 softball season

There was supposed to be a period of learning for Kymbree McKee before she stepped foot on the Lady Pioneers’ softball field for the first time, but it didn’t quite work out as McKee, and … more

Shai Gilgeous-Alexander could be a franchise star

It has been a week since the Oklahoma City Thunder announced it was shipping 11-year veteran guard Russell Westbrook to the Houston Rockets. In that exchange, the Thunder received Chris Paul, two … more

Tabitha Armstrong excited for sophomore season at Western

When Western coach Eddie Broughton Sr. announced the signing of three Navajo High School basketball players to the Lady Pioneers roster, fans were excited to see how local products could contribute … more

Thunder enters a new era with Westbrook trade

Few people wanted it to happen, and even fewer thought it actually would, but the day Oklahoma City Thunder fans have dreaded since Kevin Durant left in 2016 has finally arrived. Russell Westbrook … more

Shockers finish 4th at Showdown tournament

Baseball for most area athletes was over when the city league championship games were played and a winner declared. But for other athletes who have travel team commitments, there is still baseball … more

Some local sports teams report for practice on Monday

Some Oklahoma high school fall sports programs begin practice on Monday, July 15. Schools competing in cross country, fast-pitch softball, boys’ fall baseball and volleyball begin on … more

Are the OKC Thunder headed towards a rebuild?

The July 4 holiday has become synonymous with heartbreak for the Oklahoma City Thunder fanbase. During a time when most people choose to celebrate national independence, the Oklahoma City Thunder … more
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