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FORT SMITH, Ark. – It wasn't too hard to pinpoint the issue for Oklahoma Christian on Wednesday at Arkansas-Fort Smith.

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Edmond Memorial’s Peter Rolle shot in from the right on his opponent as his match’s final buzzer sounded. Granted a takedown, it gave him a crucial 11-3 win. The victory was enough for a major decision that came at the third consecutive Memorial win on the night, with the Bulldogs taking thr…

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KEARNEY, Neb. — The University of Central Oklahoma women's basketball team suffered a 74-58 setback at Nebraska-Kearney Thursday night in Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association play.

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KEARNEY, Neb. — The University of Central Oklahoma men's basketball team defeated Nebraska Kearney 77-70 on Thursday night, getting their first win in the Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association. 

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Brooks Blizzard, of Edmond, scored three goals Sunday morning to help the 12-and-under Oil Kings beat the Odessa Jackalopes, 7-1, at Arctic Edge Ice Arena. It was Blizzard's first Hat Trick of the season. The Oil Kings won three of four over the weekend, defeating Odessa twice and splitting …

Oklahoma Christian Academy’s senior leader Tresha Yager scored her 1,000th point Tuesday evening, with the Eagles in the throws of a scorching start to their 2019. 

Edmond Memorial’s Peter Rolle shot in right as his match’s final buzzer sounded. Granted a takedown, it gave him a crucial 11-3 win. The victory was just enough for a major win that came as the third consecutive Memorial victory on the night, with the Bulldogs taking three of the first four …

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A public Grand Opening event celebrating the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation’s headquarters renovation will be held from 3 to 5 p.m. Monday, Jan. 14. Everyone is invited to visit the state-of-the-art building at 1801 N. Lincoln Blvd. in the State Capitol complex.

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University of Central Oklahoma signee and Norman North forward Shemar Smith got a cold-shouldered welcome Friday night in Edmond North’s Siberian Gymnasium. 

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The University of Central Oklahoma men's basketball team fell to Missouri Western 85-80 Thursday night at Hamilton Field House.

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Kyla Gabel, performing as Oklahoma Christian Academy’s “Swoop”, was in character at the Citrus Bowl on New Year’s Day. Gabel earned the honor after being named an All-American cheerleader this year — the first year since Academy’s Swoop has been revived. 

Putnam City West High School is hosting a six week baseball camp starting Jan. 6. Putnam City West head coach Travis Brandenberger will direct the program in conjunction with U.S. Baseball Academy. 

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Edmond North’s Kelsie Begansky signed her National Letter of Intent last week, announcing her intent to attend the University of Central Oklahoma. Begansky will run both cross country and track and field for the Lady Bronchos starting in the fall 2019. 

Tahlor Brown, last season’s 6A state champion in the girls 100-meter hurdles, signed collegiately to attend Oklahoma Baptist University last week. Brown will compete in track for the Lady Bison starting after her senior season at Edmond North. 

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Deer Creek’s Daxton Byers, son of Brian and Stephanie Byers, signed his National Letter of Intent last week to attend the University of North Texas. Byers was named Deer Creek High School offensive player of the year, as well as All Conference and All District first team lineman. Byers gradu…

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Bishop McGuinness Catholic High School senior Ethan Dawson signed a letter of intent to play golf for Birmingham-Southern College last week. Ethan is the son of Shane and Shana Dawson of Edmond.

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SHAWNEE, Okla. (Dec. 18) – Adarius Avery andAshford Golden combined for 54 points, Marquis Johnson made two clutch free throws in the final seconds and Central Oklahoma pulled out a thrilling 77-74 win over Oklahoma Baptist Tuesday night.

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Athletes of the Week for our Dec. 19 issue of The Edmond Sun are Deer Creek's Skylar Vann and Oklahoma Christian Academy's Josiah Markum. Here's why:

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Four Oklahoma Christian Academy players recorded double-digit scoring performances as OCA beat Oklahoma Christian School 62-36 at OCS on Friday night. 

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Oklahoma Christian School’s basketball team stood in disbelief, gawking as zealous Oklahoma Christian Academy students rushed the OCS court to embrace Josiah Markum on Friday night immediately following the final horn.

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Edmond North’s varsity wrestling roster wrangled Class 5A’s No. 9 El Reno on Tuesday night, winning 13 of the night’s 14 bouts to take the dual meet 62-6. It’s the second victory in as many Husky pairings this season, and the win improves Class 6A’s No. 3 roster to 2-0 on the young season.

Acting as just one of two Edmond-area basketball teams in action early this week, the Oklahoma Christian Academy boys roster beat Class 3A’s Christian Heritage Academy on the road Tuesday night.

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The Edmond Santa Fe, Edmond North and Edmond Memorial basketball teams competed Friday afternoon at the second day of the annual Edmond Open tournament at Edmond Memorial High School. Here’s a round-up of the Friday games:

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After battling back from a 12-point first half deficit, the Edmond North Huskies advanced out of the first round of the Edmond Open Tournament with a win over the Norman Tigers at Edmond Memorial Gymnasium.

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The Santa Fe Wolves advance to the second round of the Edmond Open Basketball Tournament with their defense forcing 21 turnovers as they handle the Oklahoma City Knights 87-54 at Edmond Memorial Gymnasium

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After battling back from a 12-point first half deficit, the Edmond North Huskies advanced out of the first round of the Edmond Open Tournament with a win over the Norman Tigers at Edmond Memorial Gymnasium.

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Last year’s final meeting between Edlam rivals Edmond Santa Fe and Edmond North ended with the Huskies earning a surprise, upset victory at home. But, in Tuesday night’s return to the Siberian Gymnasium, Santa Fe’s stout defense froze out the hosting Huskies, with the Wolves winning 62-49 af…

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Three of Edmond’s junior varsity wrestling squads finished in the top four of Del City’s JV Wrestling Tournament last Friday, with North’s winning the tournament championship after garnishing 74 total points on the day.Deer Creek finished third with 53 points, and Memorial was right behind w…

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Two of the state’s 6A top-5 wrestling teams in Deer Creek and Edmond North squared on the mats last Thursday, with North winning 33-24 after trailing heavily throughout the night’s initial matches. The duel win served as Edmond North head coach Andy Schneider’s 100th career victory.

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Eleven made 3-pointers fell for the Edmond Memorial Bulldogs Friday night, helping the fifth-ranked 6A boys’ roster easily finish off Yukon 76-43. The victory clinched a boys/girls sweep of the Yukon Millers, in what was Edmond Memorial’s first true home-opener since 2016 after the school’s …

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Edmond North’s basketball season started off with a bang for both the boys and girls varsity rosters when the school picked up two wins against the visiting Mustang Bronchos on Tuesday night. It was the first time since 2008 that both the boys and girls teams each started their basketball se…

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WEATHERFORD – Before November began, if someone had told Oklahoma Christian coach Stephanie Findley her basketball team would have a winning record after opening the season with seven straight games away from home, she'd probably have taken it.

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Mirroring the girls’ season opener that tipped off an hour and a half before, the Oklahoma Christian Academy Eagles started their season off on Monday by beating the Crooked Oak Ruf-Nex, 72-45, in head coach Justin Miller’s debut.

SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico - The University of Central Oklahoma beat Augustana 59-55 Thursday afternoon at the Division II Puerto Rico Clasico. The Bronchos improved to 5-0 on the season with the win. Central will play two more games in Puerto Rico before returning home Sunday.

BETHANY – Paybacks weren't pleasant for Oklahoma Christian on Monday night at the Sawyer Center.

WACO, Texas – The University of Central Oklahoma football team accepted an invitation to play in the C.H.A.M.P.S. Heart of Texas Bowl Saturday, Dec. 1, 2018 at Waco ISD Stadium against a familiar foe in the Lone Star Conference's Angelo State.

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A few recognizable names from the Edmond basketball scene teamed up to provide the Oklahoma Christian Lady Eagles with enough firepower to eke out a nine-point win over the hosting Texas Woman’s Pioneers, 78-69, in Denton, Texas.Both Edmond Memorial graduate Kendra Levings and Deer Creek gra…

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The week of preparation for a high school football team can be draining. Coaches often reserve Monday mornings before class for film study from the previous game. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday afternoons are typically spent watching film, lifting weights, going through drills and installing …

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