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Edmond North started their spring break slate of baseball games on Monday afternoon in Phoenix, Ariz. at the Best of the West Tournament. The Huskies didn’t lose either of their Monday games, beating Greenway High School 9-4 before a seven-run, fifth inning led them to a tie against the host…

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ARLINGTON, Texas — The University of Central Oklahoma tennis team beat St. Edward's 4-3 Sunday afternoon in a neutral-site non-conference matchup. The Bronchos, ranked 11th in the country, improved to 6-2 on the season with the win.

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Edmond Santa Fe’s Matt Brigida scored twice Thursday evening in Moore to help the Wolves to a 4-2 win against the Southmoore Sabercats. 

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Oklahoma Christian School’s baseball team handled Class 5A’s Carl Albert High School at home Thursday afternoon, winning 6-1 behind a complete game two-hitter from the Saints’ Tanner Holliman. 

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WARRENSBURG, Mo. - The University of Central Oklahoma baseball team beat Central Missouri 8-3 Sunday afternoon in the final game of a three-game MIAA series at Crane Stadium.

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Edmond North’s girls golf team has garnished two tournament wins in the last week alone after they took top spots in the Stillwater and Edmond North Invitation tournaments on Saturday and Monday of this past week. 

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TULSA — A season for the ages resulted in a fitting honor Wednesday for Oklahoma Christian's Addy Clift.

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Three Edmond-area wrestling names found ink on Tuesday's Large West All-State selections, with one from each of Deer Creek, Edmond Memorial and Edmond North being honored on the yearly squads. 

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TULSA - The No. 14 Santa Fe Wolves fell to the No. 12 Norman Tigers 55-48 in the Class 6A girls basketball state semifinals Friday morning at the Oral University Mabee Center.

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Edmond Memorial’s bulldog basketball season came to a close Friday evening in Tulsa’s Mabee Center after a run in with the defending Class 6A State Champions Putnam City North and their shooting guard Micah Thomas. 

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Edmond Santa Fe head coach Paul Bass came out of the locker room soaking wet, the first words out of his mouth: “How about that No. 14!”

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The University of Central Oklahoma men's basketball team fell short to Northeastern State 74-71 on Tuesday night.

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Bailey McKittrick had a masterful performance in the pitching circle and JoBi Heath came through with another clutch extra-inning hit to catapult Central Oklahoma to a thrilling 2-1 second-game triumph over Oklahoma Christian Friday at Tom – or is it JoBi? -- Heath Field.

Sydney McLeod slowed down top-ranked Angelo State's high-octane offense and JoBi Heath drove in four runs to power No. 19 Central Oklahoma to a 10-2 run-rule rout of the Rambelles Tuesday afternoon.

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In true Edlam fashion, Edmond Memorial’s 46-45 win over Edmond Sante Fe came down to the last second. After losing their first matchup of the season, Memorial defeated Sante Fe in their last four meetings, their last win punching their ticket to the state tournament. 

The University of Central Oklahoma women's basketball team dispatched Northeastern State 70-57 Tuesday night in a Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association matchup at Hamilton Field House.

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Deer Creek’s girls basketball roster suffered a season-ending defeat at the hands of Norman High School Thursday evening. Bri Scott led the Lady Antlers with 18 points on 50-percent shooting. 

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OKLAHOMA CITY — Edmond North head coach Pete Papahronis said the Lady Huskies just ran out of gas in the tank in the fourth quarter.

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Midwest City’s Bombers basketball team avenged an earlier season, double-digit loss to the Edmond Memorial Bulldogs Friday night in the Class 6A West Area 1 Championship, held at Yukon High School. Midwest City won 62-55, scoring over half of their points on 3-point plays after the Bombers n…

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YUKON, OKLA — Edmond Santa Fe’s Donovan Vickers hit a jumper from the nail with just a second remaining in Friday’s 6A West Area Consolation semifinals. 

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Deer Creek’s girls basketball roster suffered a season-ending defeat at the hands of Norman High School Thursday evening. Bri Scott led the Lady Antlers with 18 points on 50 percent shooting. 

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Edmond Santa Fe held off a late push from Choctaw High School Thursday, winning 43-40 to secure the school’s 6th girls Area Championship and their 11th consecutive Class 6A State Tournament qualification. 

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Oklahoma Christian Academy fell to the favorite, top-seeded Seiling High School 62-25 Thursday afternoon at Southern Nazarene University in the quarterfinals of the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Athletic Assocation’s Class A girls State Tournament. 

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Edmond has three new Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Black Belts including Janie Meadows, Heath Harvey, and Michael Hayes.

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After jumping out to an early 15-0 lead, Edmond Memorial had to hold off a Norman comeback to claim a Class 6A Regional Championship. The Bulldogs rode a 23-point first quarter to beat the Tigers 52-41. 

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Oklahoma Christian Academy’s Lady Eagles basketball team qualified for the Class A girls basketball State Tournament Saturday night by beating Garber in the Area Consolation Finals 52-37 in Stroud’s Route 66 Coliseum. The win places Academy in their second-straight state tournament, and it i…

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Edmond Santa Fe completed an improbable and unbelievable come-from-behind win Saturday afternoon to beat in-city Edlam rivals Edmond North 75-67 in an overtime regional championship match. The Lady Wolves were led by point guard Ahoneste Walker, who finished with a team-best 24 points and fo…

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The Edmond Memorial girls set the tone early in their first regional game, defeating Yukon 50-38 Thursday evening.

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A big second half push by the Deer Creek Antlers helped them survive and advance after defeating the Southmoore SaberCats 56-40 at Norman North Gymnasium Thursday night.

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Oklahoma Christian Academy’s Lady Eagles basketball roster bounced back from a single-possession loss in last week’s regional championship to beat Class A No. 7 Strother 52-33. They were led by double-digit nights from underclassmen Sydney Duncan and Brianna Wietelman. 

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Edmond North snowballed an early, early advantage against U.S. Grant Thursday evening, ultimately beating the Lady Generals 80-10 in the first round of their 2019 regional tournament.

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Both of Edmond’s high schools sent West into the 6A fray of Dual State failed to advance out of Friday’s quarterfinal action. Edmond North lost in the seeded 4/5 Dual 34-31 to Sand Springs; Deer Creek fell to the second-seeded Broken Arrow Tigers 42-12. 

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Three Edmond-area girls swimming teams swept the one, two and three overall finishes at Saturday’s Class 6A Regional Swimming Tournament. Edmond North girls nabbed Saturday’s top-spot after first-place finishes in all of the girls relay events.The Huskies finished Saturday’s final heats with…

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Oklahoma Christian Academy girls basketball team continued its hot ending of the 2019 regular season on Monday, hosting and beating in-city rival Oklahoma Christian Schools 58-27. It was the second time this season the Lady Eagles had bested a down-numbered OCS roster.

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Edmond’s two smallest boys basketball rosters squared off Monday night just east of Oklahoma Christian Academy High School, with the Class 3A Oklahoma Christian School Saints claiming a 13-point, 63-50 win. Mason Matteson had 24 points while teammate Mason Robbins added 21 points to lead OCS.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Mid-America Intercollegiate Athletics Association announced Tuesday that University of Central Oklahoma sophomore wrestler Heath Gray has been named MIAA Wrestler of the Week.

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Edmond Memorial’s Senior night — and final duel of the season — was spoiled by the Deer Creek Antlers who defeated the Bulldogs 42-27 at Bulldog Gymnasium Thursday night.

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Edmond Memorial’s boys basketball boosters will hold a raffle-styled fundraiser at tomorrow’s home contest against Mustang High School. The funds will go to support the funeral expenses for two children of a 2004 Edmond Memorial High School graduate, after the children perished in a fire lat…

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