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Taylor Hall a Hockey Mainstay in Tulsa

By GLENN HIBDON

One of Taylor Hall’s most cherished memories is still vivid after all these years. The Tulsa Oilers had just defeated Oklahoma City 8-6 in the Myriad to win the 1992-93 Central Hockey League championship. The joy was palpable and the celebration seemed to never end.

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Tulsa Drillers Honored

For the second consecutive year, the Tulsa Drillers have been named the Texas League’s Organization of the Year. Texas League President Tom Kayser made the announcement. The award is given annually to recognize and honor the league’s top operation.

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Cascia Student Wins Gold

Leo Naumann, Cascia senior and varsity wrestler, spends much of his spare time training and competing in the sport of judo, with the dream of someday representing the United States in the Olympics. Naumann took a step closer to that dream this past summer by winning a gold medal at the Junior Olympics National Championships, where a first-place finish had barely eluded him the past several years.

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OSU President Addresses Sports Illustrated Controversy

The following is a statement from Oklahoma State University President V. Burns Hargis, regarding the joint statement issued recently by the NCAA and Oklahoma State University, as well as the report of The Compliance Group concerning an inquiry into the OSU football program after Sports Illustrated published a series of stories alleging a number of serious improprieties.

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NCAA, OSU Issue Joint Statement; Claims in SI Series ‘Fundamentally Unfounded’

The NCAA and Oklahoma State University have issued a joint statement concerning an inquiry into the OSU football program after Sports Illustrated published a series of stories last year alleging a number of serious improprieties.

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Former TU Coach F.A. Dry a Football Genius

By TERRELL LESTER

In a sport that bespoke violence, he was a gentleman above the fray.
He was a product of an agricultural background who found fame in a community of culture.

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Junior Achievement Classic Golf Tournament on September 8

Tee off with Junior Achievement of Oklahoma at the 13th Annual Junior Achievement Classic Presented by Matrix Service Company on Monday, September 8, 2014. Join fellow JA supporters in golf, relaxation and camaraderie at one of Tulsa’s premier courses, The Patriot Golf Club.

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Football Arrives with Change Abounding

By TERRELL LESTER

Football’s back.
The pomp, the circumstance.
The spirit, the happenstance.
The school colors, the old college try.
Friday night lights, Saturday afternoon tailgates.
Football’s back.

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Jenks Trojans Sports Roundup

By DOUG EATON

This is a quick overview of Jenks Trojans and Lady Trojans fall sports. Volleyball will be reviewed in the October Jenks District Gazette.

Football
The 2014 edition of Jenks High School football finds the Trojans in the middle of several impressive streaks, including a 26-game winning streak and two straight Class 6A state titles.

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Tulsa, OSU Sign Contract

The University of Tulsa and Oklahoma State University have agreed to terms for a two-game series in men’s basketball and a three-game football series, it was announced recently by TU’s Vice President and Director of Athletics Derrick Gragg in coordination with Oklahoma State University Athletic Director Mike Holder.

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Shock Win 2nd Overall Pick in 2015 WNBA Draft

The Tulsa Shock were awarded the second overall pick in the 2015 WNBA draft at the draft lottery held today at the NBA Offices in Secaucus, New Jersey. The Seattle Storm was awarded the first pick, while the Connecticut Sun received the third and fourth picks. The 2015 WNBA Draft will take place next spring.

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Union Wrestler Impresses

Mason Naifeh, a 106-pound junior wrestler at Union High School, has had an impressive year. He was the only Union sophomore to qualify for State. Then he made the National Oklahoma Dual Team that competed in June for the High School National Championship. The team had three wrestlers going to Oklahoma State and three going to Oklahoma this fall on wrestling scholarships.

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Stephen Robison to Coach Holland Hall

Steve Heldebrand, athletic director at Holland Hall, has announced Stephen Robison as Holland Hall’s new varsity head baseball coach. Heldebrand says, “Coach Robison comes to us from Union High School where he has been the head junior varsity head coach for the past four years. He also currently serves as the director of high school baseball operations for the Tulsa Tide organization.”

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Oklahoma, Creighton, Wichita State Highlight Tulsa's Non-Conference Schedule

The Tulsa men’s basketball team will face up to six 2014 postseason opponents, including home contests against Oklahoma and Creighton, as part of a 12-game non-conference schedule, as announced Friday by TU Head Coach Frank Haith.

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Brackets, TU Opponents for MGM Grand Main Event Released

The Tulsa men’s basketball team will face off against Auburn on Monday, Nov. 24 in the Heavyweight bracket of the MGM Grand Main Event at the MGM Grand Garden in Las Vegas, the tournament and ESPN announced Tuesday.

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