High School Football: Week 2 Broadcast Schedule

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K101 Radio 101.1 FM, k101online.com 6pm: Game Night 7-10pm: Friday Night Quick Scores 10pm-1am: 5th Quarter   Z92 Radio 92.3 FM, z92online.com Woodward (0-1) at Elk City (0-1) Pregame: 6:30pm Kickoff: 7pm   104.5 KZZW (Game of the Week) 104.5 FM, KZZWonline.com, Tune In Radio Buffalo (1-0) at Canton (1-1) Pregame: 6:30pm Kickoff: 7pm  Continue Reading

High School Football: Week Zero Games

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The high school football season is underway in Oklahoma with week zero. 104.5 KZZW will have coverage of Shattuck-Tipton tonight, starting with pregame at 6:30pm. Here are the games on tap for our part of the state. 11-MAN Mooreland vs. Cordell Beaver at Merritt Fairview vs. Perry Okeene vs. Watonga Chisholm at Weatherford Enid vs.Continue Reading

Woodward Fast Pitch Tournament Starts Thursday

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The Woodward fast pitch softball tournament kicks off on Thursday, Aug. 9 at the Crystal Beach Park Complex. Schools taking part in the tournament include Woodward, Woodward JV, Vici, Fargo, Beaver, Clinton JV, Seiling, Watonga, Laverne, Kingfisher Guymon, Alva, Mooreland and the OKC Broncos. 2018 Woodward Tournament Bracket

Indoor Football Returns to Enid

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For the first time since 2004, the city of Enid will once again be home to an indoor football team. On Tuesday, Champions Indoor Football commissioner Rick Bertz made the official announcement at Central National Bank Center, alongside the team’s general manager and head coach Richard Davis and Enid mayor Bill Shewey. Season tickets areContinue Reading

Leedey’s Shoaf to Become Shattuck Girls Basketball Coach

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According to OK Prep Nation, Leedey baseball coach Bryan Shoaf will become the new girls basketball coach at Shattuck and will take a principal position. #OKPrepStory: Head Coach Bryan Shoaf @LeedeyBisonSpor is leaving to become Principal & Girls Basketball Coach @ShattuckSports. All the best wishes to @Bryan_Shoaf: Great guy! pic.twitter.com/tcoKsPTJOw — OK PREP NATION (@OKPrepScores)Continue Reading

OSU’s Yurcich Highest Paid Assistant in Program History

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According to Mark Cooper of the Tulsa World, Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Mike Yurcich has become the highest paid assistant coach in the program’s history. Yurcich, who has led the high-powered Cowboy offense since 2013, will make $800,000 this upcoming season. Before Yurcich came to Oklahoma State, he was Division II offensive coordinator at ShippensburgContinue Reading

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