Greater Tulsa Reporter
LOOKING FOR GOAL: Tulsa Oilers forward Ben Gordon threads through the Allen defense during a recent game at the Cox Business Center arena in Downtown Tulsa. The Oilers started the season slowly but have shown improvement as the season unfolds.Read More
Area PGA professionals and golf industry observers alike agree that there has never been anything in the market with the astounding value of the new South Central PGA Golf Pass, now available for the holiday season.Read More
SMG Special Events and the BOK Center are proud to present the 2014 High School Hoops Showcase Jan. 18, 2014 at the BOK Center. The first year event features 16 of the best high school teams from the Tulsa Metro area playing in a total of eight games, four boys and four girls games, all in one day in downtown Tulsa.Read More
Franchise co-owners Shannon Clark and Adam Mellor said they have the right team, the right league, the right venue and the right fans to make the Tulsa Revolution successful this time around. Six years ago the indoor soccer club died prematurely when the American Indoor Soccer League folded. Now a member of the Pro Arena Soccer League, optimism runs rampant during the team’s rebirth.Read More
The Muscogee (Creek) Nation (MCN) National Council, by a majority vote, authorized its principal chief to enter into a multi-year marquee co-partnership of the Tulsa Revolution professional indoor soccer team. MCN’s River Spirit Casino is the other co-partner.Read More
TROPHY PRESENTATION: Oral Roberts University senior forward Shawn Glover is congratulated by Tulsa Mayor Dewey F. Bartlett Jr., in the white shirt, and PSO President and CEO Stuart Solomon, right, after his team beat cross-town rival Tulsa 74-68 on their home court to earn the Mayor’s Cup Nov. 10. At left is ORU head coach Scott Sutton. ORU number 12 is sophomore guard D.J. Jackson.Read More
Tulsa Sports Charities and Ronald McDonald House of Tulsa have entered a partnership that will alter the name and image of one of Tulsa’s elite golf events.Read More
Bixby High School senior basketball player Mitchell Solomon committed to Oklahoma State University recently.
Solomon is the number one recruit in the state for the class of 2014. He is ranked No. 72 in the nation in Rivals.com top 150. Solomon also received offers from Texas Tech, OU, Oral Roberts, and others.Read More
Sherri Coale will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Iba Awards Dinner. The Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards will be celebrating its twenty-first year at the June 16, 2014 event.Read More
Tulsa’s bid for its fifth Conference USA Men’s Soccer title fell short as the host Charlotte 49ers claimed a 1-0 victory on Sunday afternoon at Transamerica Field. Charlotte (12-5-3), the sixth-seed in the tournament, received C-USA’s automatic bid with the victory, while the fifth-seeded Hurricane (11-6-3) will find out its NCAA future on Monday when the Championship field will be announced.Read More
Tulsa’s fifth-seeded men’s soccer team will take on sixth-seeded Charlotte in the Conference USA Championship match on Sunday, Nov. 17th. Game time is set for 12:30 pm Central at Transamerica Field in Charlotte, N.C. The game will be televised live on CBS Sports.Read More
The Tulsa 66ers have acquired the No. 1 overall pick in the 2013 NBA Development League Draft along with NBA veteran guard Ben Uzoh in a three-team trade with the Iowa Energy and Springfield Armor, the team announced today.Read More
Over the course of the last three, four years, Ted Owens was frequently writing himself notes.
A childhood memory. Owens committed it to paper.Read More
The Tulsa Revolution of the Professional Arena Soccer League announces that David Parente Devignaud has agreed to a contract with the team. Devignaud is a professional Futsal player from Portugal. Futsal is a form of soccer that is played five-a-side and on a court or hard surface (not turf), usually indoors, but also outdoors in some countries.Read More
Former Oklahoma first lady Shirley Bellmon is credited with initially proclaiming Jenks the “Antique Capital of Oklahoma.”
Any challenges to her declaration have been few and far between.