The first basketball rankings of the 2019-20 season were released Monday by ossaarankings.com. No Kingfisher County teams were ranked No. 1 although two of them received the most No. 1
Two former Kingfisher County baseball standouts will be teammates for one more season, but will venture their different ways afterward. Austin Neal (left) and Miguel Obeso (right) signed last month
Aaron West said it was like watching two different teams. The Okarche boys basketball coach watched his Warriors dig themselves a 15-point deficit last Friday night only to come away
Oklahoma Bible Academy used a dominant third quarter last Friday to spoil Dover’s basketball homecoming. Prior to the games, Yazaret Gamez and Trinton Ritz were crowned homecoming queen and king.
Lomega dialed up a long distance homecoming win against Union City. The Lady Raiders buried 15 3-pointers as part of an 84–47 victory last Friday night. The sharpshooting helped improve
Wrestling and basketball seasons offi cially begin this week for Kingfi sher High School teams. The KHS wrestling squad will open the season Tuesday, Dec. 3, at home against Weatherford.
If Forrest Gump were describing Cashion’s football team, he’d say the Wildcats were like a box of chocolates. You truly never know what you’re going to get. Well, except wins,
Kingfisher has played its share of top-notch football teams in 2019. From Bethany to Tuttle to Heritage Hall to Perkins-Tryon, the Jackets have met up with title contenders in multiple