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 By Scott Goode    Sports    October 23, 2016

Harding Men's Cross-Country Places Second at GAC Championship

DURANT, Okla. – Harding men's cross-country placed seven runners in the top 19 and finished second of six teams at the Great American Conference Championships on Saturday. Southeastern Oklahoma hosted the meet. Harding totaled 50 points and placed...

 
 By Scott Goode    Sports    October 23, 2016

Nwonumah Scores Twice in Harding Men's Soccer's 3-2 Loss at Christian Brothers

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Sophomore Jeremy Nwonumah scored goals in each half, but Christian Brothers held off Harding 3-2 on Friday night in non-conference men's soccer action at Signaigo Field. Harding dropped to 12-4-0 overall with the loss, and...

 

Reddies Suffer 50-24 Loss to Southern Arkansas

Henderson State committed four turnovers while Southern Arkansas played a near flawless game as the Muleriders beat the Reddies 50-24 Saturday, at the Murphy USA Classic in El Dorado. The Muleriders totaled 508 yards of offense and controlled the...

 

HSU Volleyball Takes Down Northwestern Oklahoma

Henderson State drew one step closer to earning a bid to its first-ever Great American Conference Volleyball Tournament as the Reddies upended Northwestern Oklahoma winning 25-21, 25-11, 20-25 and 25-22, Saturday at the Duke Wells Center in...

 
 By Kyle Parris    Sports    October 23, 2016

Tigers fall to Arkansas-Monticello, 34-26

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. - The Ouachita Tigers football team dropped to 4-4 on the season after falling to the University of Arkansas at Monticello by a final of 34-26. Ouachita's Shun'cee Thomasrushed for 178 yards and two touchdowns, whileCole Antley...

 
 By Caleb Byrd    Sports    October 23, 2016

Ouachita falls to Southwestern Oklahoma State

The Ouachita Tigers' women's soccer team fell to Southwestern Oklahoma State by a final score of 7-2 in Weatherford, Okla. The Tigers' record has fallen to 7-7-1 on the season and 7-3 in the Great American Conference. Southwestern's Alimata Rabo open...

 
 By Kyle Parris    Sports    October 23, 2016

Tigers win fourth straight with 3-0 win over Rangers

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. - The Ouachita Tigers' volleyball team earned their fourth straight win after defeating Northwestern Oklahoma State by a final of 3-0 (25-23, 25-20, 25-19). Jayme Shellled the Tigers with 13 kills while Kori Bullardfinished with 10...

 

Lady Muleriders fall to Southeastern Oklahoma in four sets

MAGNOLIA, Ark. – After winning the opening set that saw the Lady Muleriders turn a 10-6 deficit into a 20-12 advantage, Southern Arkansas was unable to hold on to the momentum as Southeastern Oklahoma State won the next three sets to take the Great...

 

Palmer places second individually at GAC Championship; Muleriders finish in third-place

DURANT, Okla. – Senior Doug Palmer paced SAU to a third-place team-finish at the Great American Conference Championships as he placed second individually with a time of 24:51.92 on Saturday morning in Durant, Oklahoma. OF NOTE All five of SAU's...

 

Southern Arkansas tames Tigers in pivotal straight sets victory

Lady Muleriders position themselves for potential return trip to Hot Springs MAGNOLIA, Ark. – In a Great American Conference affair that featured a pair of teams fighting for their postseason lives, Southern Arkansas found the upper hand as the...

 
 By Amie Just    Sports    October 23, 2016

Kansas turnovers elevate Oklahoma State 44-20

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — For a moment during the third quarter, the Oklahoma State Cowboys more resembled a rugby club than an American college football team. Mason Rudolph threw for 220 yards and one touchdown, Jalen McCleskey caught six passes for...

 

Kansas State holds on for 24-21 victory over Texas

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — The only thing consistent about Kansas State this season has been Bill Snyder's postgame message. One that laments the Wildcats' inconsistency. Their yin-and-yang was on display once more on Saturday in a 24-21 victory over T...

 

Charles Barkley has something to say about race in America

NEW YORK (AP) — Charles Barkley calls it friendly fire. When he talks about racial issues, it isn't only whites he risks angering. Some of the biggest complaints come from fellow blacks, who figure he's too rich, too successful to possibly...

 

Tulsa police say man carrying knife shot, killed by officers

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A man was shot and killed by officers when he refused to drop a knife and became aggressive, according to authorities in Tulsa. Police said the man was shot in a city street Friday afternoon and died at a hospital. He is...

 

Oklahoma voters to decide 7 state questions in November

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Oklahoma voters will decide seven separate state questions when they head to the voting booths on Nov. 8, including a major overhaul of the state's laws regulating alcohol sales, many of which haven't been updated since the...

 

Oklahoma court upholds conviction in baseball bat slaying

OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — The Oklahoma Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the second-degree murder conviction of a man who used a baseball bat to kill a man. The court on Friday upheld the conviction and 10 year prison sentence of 25-year-old Eric...

 

Several earthquakes recorded in Oklahoma in past 2 days

FAIRVIEW, Okla. (AP) — Several earthquakes have been recorded in northwest Oklahoma during the past two days, including one of magnitude 4.0. No injuries or significant damage have been reported. The U.S. Geological Survey reports a 4.0 and 3.5...

 

University of Kansas sees energy conservation savings

LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) — At home, you might swap out a few lightbulbs for energy efficient ones and save a few cents a year on your electric bill. At the University of Kansas that's happening on a much larger scale: Over the past year and a half KU...

 

Report: Prison guard failed drug test before standoff

DERMOTT, Ark. (AP) — An Arkansas Department of Correction report says a former prison guard tested positive for marijuana hours after taking over a tower at the Delta Regional Unit in Dermott and refusing to come down for about 12 hours. Devante...

 

Analysis: Rulings leave unanswered questions on canvassers

LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) — By disqualifying proposals to legalize casinos and limit medical lawsuit damages from the November ballot, Arkansas' highest court punted on questions surrounding a state law aimed at keeping track of workers paid to gather...

 

Woman, 80, found stabbed to death in Missouri field

SPRINGFIELD, Mo. (AP) — Authorities have arrested a teenager after an 80-year-old woman was found stabbed to death in a southwest Missouri field. The Springfield News-Leader reports (http://j.mp/2euFeGP) that Mary Shisler was found stabbed to...

 

Austin school leaders seek ways to end racial disparities

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — School leaders are trying to find ways to end significant racial disparities in Austin, where black and Hispanic children make up at least 90 percent of the student body in more than half of the city's public schools. White...

 

Suspect who mocked Santa Fe police on Facebook arrested

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. (AP) — A sex crime suspect who allegedly taunted Santa Fe police on Facebook has been caught in Albuquerque. KRQE-TV in Albuquerque reported (http://bit.ly/2eEDM3x) Friday that 20-year-old Carlito Quintana was arrested this week...

 

North Dakota pipeline protest prompts more than 80 arrests

MANDAN, N.D. (AP) — More than 80 people protesting the Dakota Access pipeline were arrested Saturday during a demonstration that gathered about 300 people at a construction site in North Dakota and prompted law enforcement officers to use pepper sp...

 

Hermitage to be 'farm chic' tourist attraction

GOSHEN, Ky. (AP) — Agriculture tourism turns top shelf next year when 21c Museum Hotel founders Steve Wilson and Brown-Forman heiress Laura Lee Brown expect to launch their renowned Hermitage horse farm as a tourist attraction. Having removed the "...

 

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