Pauls Valley had their chances Friday night in Sulphur. A turnover on downs and a field goal on two possessions inside the 10-yard-line cost them in a 28-9 Bulldog win.

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Nolan Hall had over 300 yards in total offense and was a part of four touchdowns for the Stratford Bulldogs during Friday nights homecoming game with rival Wynnewood. 

Derrion Rogers was six yards shy of 300 total yards of offense and was a part of four touchdowns for Elmore City-Pernell in a 50-0 homecoming win over Stratford Friday night.

STRATFORD — The top-ranked Ringling Blue Devils scored 22 points in the first quarter en route to a 35-7 win over Stratford last week at Blackburn Field.

It was the tale of two halves for the Pauls Valley Panthers Friday night at Lone Grove. After jumping out to a 26-0 lead, the Panthers gave up 28 straight points as Lone Grove took a two-point lead into the middle of the fourth quarter.

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The Pauls Valley Panthers raced out to a 26-0 lead at Lone Grove Friday night behind four rushing touchdowns by Justin Humphrey. The Longhorns responded with 28 unanswered points and held off a late Panther drive for the win.

A two-out walk off double by Jillian Totten in the bottom of the seventh inning lifted the Marlow Outlaws to an 8-7 win over the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers Tuesday in a key District 4A-3 game.

The Stratford Bulldogs traveled to Edmond last week and ran into a buzzsaw in Oklahoma Christian Academy. OCA scored four times on plays of over 40 yards in a 33-14 win over the Bulldogs. Stratford played the undefeated Eagles closer than any of the other two opponents this season.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers couldn't timing down against Lexington pitcher Cora Vasquez in Monday's game at Lexington. The junior no-hit the Lady Panthers in a 15-1 win for the Lady Bulldogs in a three-inning run-rule.

The No. 3 team in Class 4A finished third in the Choctaw Jacket Run at Choctaw Creek Park last week in Choctaw. The Lady Panthers finished behind Class 6A's No. 5 Edmond North High School and the host school No. 14 in 6A Choctaw.

The Paoli Pugs were supposed to open the home portion of their schedule Friday night but due to faulty lights, the Pugs had to travel to Bray-Doyle instead as they took on the Donkeys.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers knew they had an uphill climb against one of the top teams in District 4A-3, Plainview, on Monday. The Lady Panthers didn’t help their cause committing six errors in a 7-3 loss to the Lady Indians.

It started off as a track meet between Tishomingo and Pauls Valley with the Panthers leading 7-6 two minutes into the game. Pauls Valley kept going on offense and the Panther defense shut down the Indian offense as PV rolled to a 61-14 win Friday night.

After winning two of four games in the first two days of the Bethany Classic, the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers finished strong with back-to-back wins on Saturday including an 8-4 win over Class 6A Ponca City in the fifth place game of the 12-team classic.

Derrion Rogers paced the Elmore City-Pernell offense with 298 total yards in a 30-16 win over Frederick Friday night. This was the second straight week the Badgers have faced a team out of Class 2A and it was their second straight win.

The ball control offense of the Davis Wolves kept the ball out of the hands of the Pauls Valley Panthers and their potentially high potent offense. Davis had the ball for over 37 of the 48 minutes in the game in a 12-7 win over the Panthers.

CENTRAL HIGH – When the play call is Charger Left, Payton Spencer is confident everything will go all right for Central.

In the “Battle on 19”, the Lindsay Leopards used a pair of Cache Barrett touchdown passes to hold off the Pauls Valley Panthers in a 20-7 win. It was both teams’ season opener.

Pauls Valley scored three runs in the bottom of the third and added three more in the bottom of the fourth for a 6-3 win over Marlow in the opening game of the Plainview Tournament.

With 17 starters returning from last year’s playoff team, the Panthers are looking to improve and take that next step forward in the playoffs.

For the first time since the 2013-14 season, the Elmore City-Pernell Badgers won a playoff football game, but in round 2 they ran into eventual state champ Cashion.

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Elmore City-Pernell began practice Monday for the upcoming football season. ECP had 100-percent of their varsity athletes at the first practice as hopes run high for a great season. ECP is schedule to scrimmage at Bethel on August 20 and will open the season at home August 27 as they host Konawa.

The Pauls Valley Panthers opened up football practices Monday on the Panther practice field. A big group of players hit the field running as they gear up for their season opener August 27 at Lindsay. PV will scrimmage at Marlow on August 20 in preparation for that opener.

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The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers scrimmage Stratford last week in anticipation of this week's opening day. Stratford opened up the season on Monday with a 5-4 loss to Dibble in extra innings. The Lady Panthers will open their season Thursday to  at Lone Grove. PV will be in town Friday in a do…

Pauls Valley Lady Panther Kennedi Rambo and Elmore City-Pernell’s Trinity Taylor helped the 18 and under OK Angels-Dynamite fast pitch softball team win the USSSA national championship in Gulf Shores, Alabama.

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STILLWATER — The Oklahoma State baseball team, which finished as the runner-up in the Big 12 Conference tournament over the weekend, will travel to Tucson, Arizona, for the NCAA baseball tournament.

The Pauls Valley Panthers had their chances Monday afternoon in a key 4A-3 district battle with Madill at Wacker Stadium. Tied 1-1 going into the fifth, Madill plated a single run and then added three more in the seventh for a 5-1 win over the Panthers.

In their final tune-up game before starting the Class A playoffs, the No. 17 Elmore City Badgers made quick work of Rush Springs Redskins in an 11-1 win Monday at Badger Field.

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Sidney D. Bales of Elmore City, Oklahoma was born to Delbert Dayton and Dorothy Marie (Moody) Bales on March 20, 1949, in Madill, Oklahoma and passed from this life on October 17, 2021 in Norman, Oklahoma at the age of 72 years.