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 Cross Country Tigers competed at OBU’s Pre-state Challenge in Shawnee on Thursday.  The meet, which raced every class from 2A to 6A, had more than 2800 athletes compete. It was good competition for the Tigers’ high school teams to gauge themselves against other 4A runners and get an idea of…

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 Cross Country Tigers competed at OBU’s Pre-state Challenge in Shawnee on Thursday.  The meet, which raced every class from 2A to 6A, had more than 2800 athletes compete. It was good competition for the Tigers’ high school teams to gauge themselves against other 4A runners and get an idea of…

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 The Cleveland Tigers greeted their royal court prior to Friday’s winning game against Tulsa McLain. King Justin Keeler (No. 14) and Queen Ginna Timmons are surrounded be escorts and attendants:  Keagan Chapman, Luke Hollowell, sophomore Gracie Merriman, Kaden Hanna, senior Merranda Monnig, …

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 The Lady Tigers have had a couple of disappointing weeks, failing to find wins.  They traveled to Class A #10 Woodland Monday to start getting prepared for Regionals. Cleveland allowed 5 walks and 10 hits to lose a 5-2 game. Bailey Layman was once again strong at the plate going 3-4 with a …

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 The Cleveland High School Lady Tigers went into last week on a roll, winning five straight games including a conference tournament championship, but the district-leading Skiatook Lady Bulldogs were waiting.  The Cleveland starters gave up 9 runs in the first inning and never had a chance.  …

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 Tiger Cross Country hosted the Cleveland Invitational (Tulsa 7 Conference) Meet on Thursday at Feyodi. Over 500 runners from 22 schools competed.

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 Cleveland traveled to Mannford Friday to face the Pirates. Both teams played hard to the very end with the Tigers coming out the victor: 20 to 13. The Tigers have a bye week this week and will travel to Oologah on Sept. 28 for their first district game. Mark your calendar: Football Homecomi…

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 Cross Country coaches across the state are working hard to get runners as fit as possible and be in position to run their best in the biggest meet of the season. This is no easy task as every runner comes to the season with a completely different level of fitness and natural ability.  Some …

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 Cleveland High School Cross Country teams competed at the Owasso Ram Charge Relays last Thursday. The meet featured a 4-person, 6-mile relay (1.5 miles per runner). The boys A team placed 17th out of 46 teams, with a total time of 00:35:53.92 (runner splits 9:35, 8:48, 9:14, 8:15). Boys B t…

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 The Tigers emerged from the den ready to make a statement this season, giving Glenpool more than it could handle last Thursday in the football season-opener.

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 The Lady Tigers started the week versus a good 12-1 Bristow team on the road Monday.  The girls got off to a early lead as Bailey Layman got on base and eventually scored on a Madalyn McNac RBI.  From there the wheels fell off, as the Lady Tigers committed 7 errors and got thumped 13-1.  “T…

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Back at the first of May, ‘Coach Lisa,’ thought about trying something new, a 3V3 soccer team, something that was new to all of the girls. With different rules, smaller fields, shorter playing time, only three team members on the field at one time and going up against teams that only play 3V…

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 The Lady Tigers continued district play on Monday, August 19 with a trip to Sequoyah Claremore. The girls started quick and plated a run in the first by great at bats by sophomore Bailey Layman and senior Britney Hughes.  Skyler Wade started in the circle and pitched four strong innings bef…

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 The Lady Tiger fast pitch team completed a very successful and determined summer, consisting of 8 a.m. workouts and the Perry Summer League. Coach Mike Allen said seniors Timber Hammond and Britney Hughes led in a good way and as the fall season gets underway, excitement is in the air.   

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 OSU football players Bryce Bray left tackle, Carson Kropp linebacker, Spencer Sanders QB, Braden Cassity defensive end and Cleveland Youth football coaches and players helped out with a three day youth football camp. The camp was held Thursday through Saturday to help teach these young men …

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 It’s been a long time coming, but Conley Phipps II now has a gold ball to hoist in celebration for all those years spent practically living in gymnasiums.

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 Last week brought a whirlwind of emotions as the Cleveland High School LADY TIGERS played their best basketball in the Regional Tournament, which was held at home in the Event Center.

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The Cleveland High School Wrestling program took five wrestlers to Oklahoma City for the State Tournamnet last weekend and they left with three placers.

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 Cleveland kicked off the 2019 track season at the Fourteenth Annual Track and Field Games at Chisholm Trail Expo Center in Enid on Saturday.  Athletes competed against other 4-5A schools.  The indoor meet provides participants with a unique running experience as they race on a wood-surfaced…

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 In case you have not heard, Cleveland High School is now offering soccer again! It has been a long time coming for those interested. Hopefully. it leads to a very successful program.

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Five Cleveland Tigers became state wrestling qualifiers last week, with one bringing home a regional championship.

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 Cleveland High School Lady Tigers’ defense proved to be key as Sperry struggled to score Tuesday night. Cleveland kept the Lady Pirates to single digit scoring through three quarters.

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 The Freshmen Tigers met up against the Mannford Pirates in the Tulsa 7 Conference Championship game on Saturday.  The Pirates had a good lead through the game, but the Tigers bounced back and lowered the lead.  It was a tight game, with the Pirates taking the win by 2 points.  

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Cleveland High School baseball players Kalob Underwood, Jace Reed and Brandon Figura competed in the Dallas, Texas World Series this summer.

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 Masen McCurry, who was a CHS junior this spring, was named to the All-District baseball team as an infielder.

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As reported last week, the Cleveland High School boys’ golf team placed 10th at the OSSAA 4A State tournament. The individual scores were not available at that time. The team is coached by Daniel Brimmer. Here are how the CHS golfers did (three rounds followed by total):

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The Cleveland Cardinals went undefeated in the hometown 12U tournament, effectively protecting their returning-champion status.

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Caden Krotzer was named to the 2018 Native American All State Game.  Krotzer is a part of the Chickasaw Tribe. Top 20 players from the tribe with a tribal card were selected.  There will be a game at Bacone College on June 16.

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CHS sophomore Jana Sheets placed first in her division at the National Athletic Strength Association’s (NASA) power lift competition on  March 24th. The national power lift competition was held at the Wingate Hotel in Oklahoma City. She was the only girl competitor from Oklahoma. Sheets benc…