Three suspended players harm but don’t end OU’s chances


When news broke of the Oklahoma football team’s suspensions Wednesday afternoon, it set an already-underdog OU squad back further for its College Football Playoff matchup against LSU later this month.

Arapaho-Butler trio is leading way

Arapaho-Butler post Mariah Sperle, No. 24, and guards Katie Edelen Chaley Shepherd are turning into a problem for opposing teams. They regularly notch 30-plus combined points per game, which has aided the team’s 8-3 start through 11 games.

Reds topple No. 11 Anadarko

ANADARKO – Since Hunter Ochrang’s three-pointer swished through the net two years ago to help end Anadarko’s season, Clinton has become a consistent problem for its rival and proved that

Edelen’s 30-point game helps A-B beat rival

ARAPAHO – A back-and-forth, physical rivalry matchup between the Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball team and Canute went the way of the Indians Tuesday night at home, aided heavily by A-BHS senior

Arapaho-Butler picks up hardware

HAMMON – Both Arapaho-Butler basketball teams added to the trophy case this weekend, taking home hardware from the extremely-competitive Five-County Tournament Saturday. The Class A, No. 13 Lady Indians (8-2

Reds set for final tourney ahead of break

There is one event remaining on the Clinton wrestling schedule before Christmas break begins, and it’s the annual Weatherford Tournament, beginning Friday morning and concluding Saturday. The Reds were scheduled

National Coach of the Year

Standing atop all other soccer coaches in the country for spring seasons is Clinton head soccer coach Eugene Jefferson, who received news this past weekend that he’d been named the

Reds take third place, girls win first game

PRAGUE – Weathering a brutal schedule to start the season, the Clinton boys’ basketball team (3-2 overall) boasts a winning record through five games and some hardware to show for

Clinton basketball splits first-round tourney games

PRAGUE – Clinton basketball opened up the Prague Tourney with a 1-1 record in its first-round games Thursday, winning the boys’ game 56-41 against Cleveland and falling in the girls’ game 57-45 to Class 5A, No. 12 Carl Albert.

Indians avenge loss to Hammon, advance to finals

HAMMON – The lone loss on Arapaho-Butler boys’ basketball’s record was avenged less than a month after the defeat, when the No. 14 Indians (8-1 overall) took down the Class B, No. 12 Hammon Warriors (6-4) Thursday night in the Five-County Tournament Semifinals, 53-50.