The Okmulgee County Sharks Special Athletic Association, much like many sports organizations throughout the county, saw their season, practices and future tournaments affected by COVID-19. Special Olympics Oklahoma had called off their biggest event of the year - the 2020 Summer Games. Now, athletes will have to wait until June 30 to resume in-person activities, including practices, events and social activities, according to a press release from Special Olympics Oklahoma. After canceling April and May events, Special Olympics Oklahoma is extending its suspension until June 30.
Henryetta Knights Zeth McGowin, left, and Lucas Thompson earned 2nd place at the Student Angler Federation (SAF) High School State Championship Fishing Tournament Tuesday, May 26. McGowin and Thompson traveled to Grand Lake, where they caught five fish weighing 15.01 lbs. The duo defeated the Kiowa Cowboys, who also brought in five fish, by 0.9 lbs. Quinton Story and Connar Bullard also placed 15th with four fish totaling 9.12 lbs.
Southern Nazarene University’s Crimson Storm swept up three Bulldogs Wednesday when McKenzie James, Morgan James and Dominique Daniels signed their intent to run track with the Storm. All three athletes have been
The Oklahoma Coaches Association (OCA) announced the cancelation of the summer All-State games and coaches clinic, which first began in 1935, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Morris Youth Sports is set to host its first tournament of the season on Saturday, May 30. The tournament is open to 8U baseball teams and will be located at the Morris Youth Sports Complex. Registration is set to end today and is open to 8U teams. January 1 date of births will be used and there must be at least six teams and a max of 12 teams.