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Junkman's Gems

Never get a rat for a pet. He will steal your cheese. Well, I hope everyone had a great Thanksgiving day celebration. We will have our gathering Saturday. I hope it all turned out okay. When I talked...

 

Twenty trillion things that have not changed since Trump's election

One thing did not change on Tuesday, Nov. 8 – our unsustainable and exploding nearly $20 trillion national debt. While America was focused on an unconventional presidential election season, the federal debt increased $587 billion in fiscal year...

 

Women's Basketball Slow Start Seals Outcome

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – Not being able to get a bucket to fall in the first seven minutes sealed the fate of the East Central University women's basketball team in their 54-76 loss to Angelo State, in the final day of the St. Mary's Thanksgiving...

 

Women's Basketball Falls to St. Mary's

SAN ANTONIO, TEXAS – The East Central University women's basketball team dropped a 37-54 decision to St. Mary's, in the first day of the St. Mary's Thanksgiving Classic. The Tigers (1-4, 0-2 GAC) were led by junior Devon Branch, who tallied 13...

 

Lady Bison Hold Off Hillcats

SHAWNEE – Oklahoma Baptist made key adjustments in the second half and hung on for a 73-71 win over Rogers State Saturday in the Noble Complex. OBU trailed 37-36 at the half and Coach Casi Baysemphasized rebounding and defense for the second half....

 

SE Downs UTPB in Thanksgiving Opener

KINGSVILLE, Texas – Southeastern opened play in the TAMUK Thanksgiving Classic with a dominant 79-62 win over Texas-Permian Basin on Friday evening in Kingsville, Texas. The win is the second in-a-row and moves SE to 3-3 overall on the season...

 

Southern Nazarene forced an overtime, but came up short as they fell 82-81 to West Texas A&M

CANYON, Texas — Southern Nazarene had two players record double-doubles, but it wasn't enough as Southern Nazarene fell 82-81 in overtime to West Texas A&M Saturday afternoon. Southern Nazarene had five players score in double-figures. C.J. White...

 

Southern Nazarene got its second straight win of the season with a 89-80 victory over Midwestern State

BETHANY, Okla. — Southern Nazarene used hot 3-point shooting to get their second straight win of the season with a 89-80 victory over Midwestern State Saturday afternoon. Callee Mason, Adrienne Berry, Rachel Dorneman, and Kandyce Freeman all...

 

Hot-Shooting UCM Drops Bulldogs

WARRENSBURG, Mo. – Central Missouri hit 20 three-point shots in their 90-55 victory over SWOSU Men's Basketball on Saturday afternoon giving the Dawgs their fifth-consecutive loss to start the season. The Bulldogs jumped out to a 5-0 lead in the...

 

Aska Leads Lady Bulldogs Past Riverhawks

TAHLEQUAH, Okla. – Tyra Aska scored a season high 29 points as the Lady Bulldogs erased a 12-point late-third quarter deficit to beat Northeastern State 84-78 on Saturday afternoon. SWOSU was outscored in each quarter of the first half, but went...

 

Clift matches career high, but OC drops heartbreaker against Texas Woman's

OKLAHOMA CITY (Nov. 26, 2016) – For the second straight game, Oklahoma Christian guard Addy Clift proved almost unstoppable, but it wasn't quite enough for the Lady Eagles against Texas Woman's on Saturday afternoon. Clift, a sophomore from Kiowa,...

 

Hillcats Buck Bronchos, 86-81

EDMOND, Okla. – Rogers State men's basketball returned to the win column while giving host Central Oklahoma its first loss of the season with an 86-81 victory over Central Oklahoma inside Hamilton Field House Saturday evening. RSU opened the...

 

Late Rally Falls Short For Hillcats in 73-71 Loss at OBU

SHAWNEE, Okla. – The Rogers State women's basketball team cut a nine-point deficit to one point in the final minutes, but a buzzer-beating 3-pointer didn't fall to allow host Oklahoma Baptist to escape with a 73-71 win over the Hillcats on...

 

Four Suns reach double figures in win over UMSL

ST. LOUIS - Cheyenne North scored a game-high 17 points, while Kelsey McClure (14 points), Danielle Frachiseur (12 points), and Anissa Pounds (10 points) all reached double figures as the Arkansas Tech Golden Suns basketball team (4-1) rolled to a...

 

Wonder Boys win on Graham's overtime buzzer beater

RUSSELLVILLE, Ark. – A buzzer-beating three-pointer from Justin Graham gave Arkansas Tech a 103-100 win over Graceland in overtime on Saturday. Graham and Montrell Williams each scored 14 points in the victory, while Trevin Woods led the Wonder Boy...

 

UAM Hoops drops final exhibition to UMKC

KANSAS CITY, Missouri — The University of Arkansas at Monticello men's basketball team played its final of three exhibition games of the 2016-17 season on Friday night in a 97-82 loss to the University of Missouri-Kansas City inside Municipal...

 

Parsley Kicks Game-Winning Field Goal in Overtime to Lift Bisons

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – Harding junior Tristan Parsley kicked a 47-yard game-tying field goal with 6 seconds left in regulation and booted a 35-yard game winner in overtime to lift the fifth-ranked Bisons over the No. 4-ranked Sioux Falls Cougars on...

 

UAFS Uses Big Second Half to Get Past HSU Women 83-74

Henderson State ran into a hot shooting Arkansas-Fort Smith team as the Reddies lost 83-74 in women's basketball action Saturday in Fort Smith, Ark. Five Reddies scored in double-figures led by Haleigh Henson and Torrie Thompson scoring 15 points...

 

Tigers earn 83-80 road win over Javelinas

ARKADELPHIA, Ark. – The Ouachita Tigers' men's basketball team defeated Texas A&M University-Kingsville 83-80 Friday night in Kingsville, Texas after holding off a furious comeback by the home team. Justin McClearyand Carven Holcombe each scored...

 

Muleriders soar past Eagles, 79-38

MAGNOLIA, Ark. – The Southern Arkansas men's basketball team left little doubt in their home game against Williams Baptist College on Saturday as the Muleriders led wire-to-wire en route to a 41-point victory, 79-38. RECORDS Williams Baptist...

 

K-State beats Kansas 34-19 to give Bill Snyder win No. 200

MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) — Bill Snyder was doused in ice water as the final seconds ticked off the clock on his 200th career win, then carried off the field by his celebrating Kansas State players after their final home game. Then, Snyder promptly...

 

Year of gun violence puts Tulsa 1 homicide away from record

TULSA, Okla. (AP) — A year of gun violence has put Oklahoma's second-largest city one killing away from setting a record for the number of homicides in a year — with five weeks still remaining in 2016. Midway through the Thanksgiving weekend,...

 

Lawmakers call on Brownback to make cuts before session

TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Some lawmakers have expressed concern over Gov. Sam Brownback's plan to wait until January to fix the state's $349 million budget deficit. The three governors who preceded Brownback used their executive authority to make cuts...

 

Livingston hunting guide recounts killing charging grizzly

LIVINGSTON, Mont. (AP) — Justin Souza says he didn't even know the big beast was there — that is, not until he saw a cloud of warm breath rising from a seemingly anonymous mound of earth. The 29-year-old Livingston man was on an elk hunt early...

 

Alaska outdoorsmen create a card game for hunters

FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — As in hunting, success in the new card game Gut Pile is a matter of preparation and getting lucky breaks. Players score points by assembling the elements for a perfect hunt while avoiding their opponent's attack cards like...

 

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