The head coach was wearing a suit. The old chalkboard was put to use. Okarche got a win.
Kingfisher’seighthgrade football team wrapped up its 2019 campaign on a strong note last Monday. The Jackets beat Cash-ion 42-0 on the road to end their season at 4-4. On a
She’s a Wildcat now, but it won’t be long before Madelyn McCabe is a Lion.
Kingfisher’s junior high cheerleading team brought home more hardware over the weekend. The group fi nished as runner-up at the Class 4A Junior High Game Day state competition at Choctaw
Crescent began a two-week swing of non-district games last Friday by handing Putnam Heights Academy a 41-6 defeat at home. The Tigers, like the rest of District A-3, have four
Mother Nature saved her worst for last when it came to the 2019 cross country season. In the most heinous conditions of the season, the Kingfisher High School girls placed
As if playing the top-ranked and defending state champions wasn’t enough last week, the Kingfi sher Yellowjackets also had to battle the elements. All of that became too much to
Steady improvement earned All-State recognition for Kaitin Taylor. The Cashion High School senior ran in her fourth straight Class 2A state cross country meet and took home a ninth-place fi