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Kingfisher Tabs Cooper to Take Girls Basketball Reins

Kingfisher’s search for a new high school girls basketball coach ended Thursday night.

The Kingfisher Board of Education voted unanimously to hire Taylor Cooper near the end of a special meeting.

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BACK TO THE 'SHIP

By Michael Swisher

KT&FP Managing Editor

Before 2017, the state championship game was foreign territory for the Kingfisher boys basketball team.

Now it’s like a second home.

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HOWE TOPS CASHION

Cashion never got that one shot to drop.

And now the Wildcats’ season is over.

Howe scored the game’s final 10 points Thursday at State Fair Arena to pull out a 47-37 victory in the boys Class 2A quarterfinals.

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SURVIVE AND ADVANCE

The fourth quarter belonged to Bijan Cortes and the Kingfisher Yellowjackets.

And they needed it.

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Hennessey school board hires Kingfisher's Jason Sternberger as next superintendent

Citing an opportunity to take on new challenges, longtime Kingfisher Superintendent Jason Sternberger’s next career move takes him to the north end of the county.

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Raider Run Ends in Quarterfinals

From the start, it didn’t appear it would be Lomega’s day.

And it wasn’t. 

The Raiders saw their season come to an end Wednesday as they fell prey to Cyril 74-56 in the Class B quarterfinals at State Fair Arena.

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Dominant Showing

Kevin Lewallen saw something in Darcy Roberts as a freshman last season when his Lomega Lady Raiders were making a march to a state championship.

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Blackouts Follow Whiteout

Kinggfisher County residents woke up to the coldest temperatures yet Tuesday in the sustained arctic blast, with actual temperatures at minus 12 and some Cimarron Electric Cooperative customers also woke up to surprise rolling blackouts,

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