Lomega got its final tuneup for its conference tournament Tuesday night with its fourth straight blowout win. Class B’s second-ranked Lady Raiders doubled up visiting Ringwood 80-40. “We shot it
Nolan Banks is a wrestler. Has been most of his life. His brother wrestled. His dad wrestled. His uncles wrestled and even his grandfathers. The mat, the singlet, the headgear…it’s
Hennessey’s quest for a fourth consecutive Three Rivers Conference regular season championship took a hit last Friday night. It got a big boost this week. The Eagles went on the
Drummond’s current win streak denied Lomega one of its own. The Bulldogs outscored the Raiders by nine in the fourth quarter to earn a 71-62 road win last Thursday night.
Winning is the goal for any game and although it may not have been the prettiest of them, that’s what the Okarche boys got last Friday. Despite shooting 29 percent,
Kingfisher’s boys basketball team won a road game against Class 3A’s 15th-ranked team by seven points and everyone was left with one question. What happened? That’s the reality the Jackets
Cashion’s girls avoided a losing streak - small as it may have been - with their second-highest scoring output of the season. Three Lady Wildcats scored in double figures as
Kingfisher’s junior high basketball teams brought home three tournament championships last weekend, including a sweep for the eighth graders at the Cashion-Crescent Junior High Tournament. Eighth grade The Lady Jackets