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Regent Student Wins 3rd Cross Country Title

By MIKE MOGUIN

Ellie Gilbreath won her third straight Class 2A state championship in girls’ cross country in October in Shawnee. But this one was special compared to the others.
Gilbreath, a junior at Regent Preparatory, did not have to persevere through nagging pain as she had to the previous seasons.

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Heisman Winner Baker Mayfield Awaits Georgia in the Rose Bowl

HEISMAN POSE: Baker Mayfield, a walk-on transfer from Texas Tech, became the sixth University of Oklahoma Heisman Trophy winner in December, joining Billy Vessels (1952), Steve Owens (1969), Billy Sims (1978), Jason White (2003) and Sam Bradford (2008). In the photo above, Mayfield gives a true Heisman pose as he runs past an Oklahoma State player in this year’s Bedlam game, which OU won 62-52.

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TU's D’Angelo Brewer Is TU's, AAC's All Time Leading Rusher

D’Angelo Brewer joined the Tulsa football team in 2014 after graduating from Tulsa Central High School. As a senior, he gained 262 rushing yards against Louisiana–Lafayette on Sept. 9. During the 2017 regular season, Brewer ranked fifth among all Division I FBS players with 1,517 rushing yards.

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ROUTE 66 MARATHON:

The 2017 Williams Route 66 Marathon, held Nov. 17-18 in Tulsa, was another success. More than 10,000 runners from all 50 states and more than 10 countries swarmed the streets of Tulsa for the nationally-known event.

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Area Table Tennis Club Forming For All Skill Levels

By BRAD BALMER

Looking for something to do this winter? Join us in playing the second most popular participant sport in the world and the most popular racket sport—ping pong.

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Adam Pleskach, Dennis Brown at Home in Tulsa

By GLENN HIBDON

They say “home is where the heart is.” If that’s the case, then both Adam Pleskach and Dennis Brown belong squarely in Tulsa.

 Both are familiar faces of Tulsa Oilers fans. Both have established permanent residences in T-Town and both want to bring their adopted city an ECHL championship.

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Victory Christian Celebrates Volleyball Title

By MIKE MOGUIN

Victory Christian overcame adversity to capture a state championship in volleyball back on Oct. 17 in Sapulpa.  The Lady Conquerors were one point away from defeat three times and prevented it by scoring the point they needed. Eventually, they would score the points that would win the match.

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TU Soccer an Underrated Commodity in Tulsa

By GLENN HIBDON

Sometimes unappreciated by the public and overlooked by the media, there is nothing wrong with the University of Tulsa men’s soccer program that winning the NCAA championship won’t cure.

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Boxer Eddie Oakes Turns Injury Into Opportunity

By JULIE WENGER WATSON

After close to a decade on the rugby field, Eddie Oakes knows a thing or two about the downside of contact sports. In fact, it was a torn ACL from a match in Memphis that first landed this 30-year old Tulsan in the boxing gym three years ago. What started out as a way to rehabilitate his knee post surgery has now turned into a serious pursuit of the “sweet science.”

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Billy Sims to Appear On Cox’s Sportscene

Oklahoma’s 1978 Heisman Trophy winning running back, Billy Sims will be a guest on the Nov. 8 and 15 Oklahoma Sportscene Shows on Yur Vision/Cox 1333 (Tulsa) & 1334 (OKC). It can also be watched on oksportscene.com

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Baseball Ranks Among Oklahoma’s Top Exports

By TERRELL LESTER

At one time, it was widely embraced as “America’s Pastime.”
Some today claim that baseball is “past its prime.”
Too slow, critics wail. Lack of action. Too many games.
Their excuses and criticisms outnumber strikeouts in a Sandy Koufax shutout.
But in Oklahoma, it can be argued that baseball remains the state sport. Oklahoma’s Pastime, perhaps.

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Victory Christian Gets Off to Hot Start

By MIKE MOGUIN

Memories of the painful loss in last year’s Class 2A state championship game were on the minds of Victory Christian football players as they prepared for the upcoming season. The Conquerors seem to have total concentration for success this season, as they have won their first four games.  

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Minor League Basketball Plans for Area Return

By GLENN HIBDON

Minor league professional basketball will try to take root in the Tulsa area once more when the Tulsa Titans are born for the 2017-18 season.

 A member of the American Basketball Association, the semi-pro Titans will try and succeed where the Tulsa Fast Breakers, Zone, 66ers and Twisters failed. The brainchild of Claremore businessman Mike Muhle, the team will play in a new facility with a first-year head coach and a burning desire for a positive future.

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St. John Zoo 5K, 10K Run Returns

The 48th annual St. John ZooRun at the Tulsa Zoo is slated for Saturday, Oct. 7. Tulsa’s family-friendly race features a 5K and 10K, plus the St. John 1-mile Fun Run.
Until 10 a.m., family members of participants can enter the zoo for free to cheer on runners at the finish line. After the race, participants can enjoy this year’s hospitality area with St. John family activities, face painting, Jupiter jumps and more.

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Oilers Coach Rob Murray Has Ties to the Blues

By GLENN HIBDON

Another coach. Another chance.

Once again, the Tulsa Oilers seek redemption and a spot in ECHL post-season play when new boss Rob Murray takes charge for the 2017-18 season.

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