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ER boys dodge first late-season pothole

ER boys dodge first late-season pothole

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com At least for the time being, El Reno High School’s boys basketball team has sidestepped the sinkhole which swallowed up the Indians at the end of…

Chicks provide sweet treat for ER girls

Chicks provide sweet treat for ER girls

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com While Taleigh Davis didn’t get any flowers on Valentine’s Day, the sophomore and her teammates on El Reno High School’s girls basketball team got something even…

El Reno cagers split with Deer Creek

El Reno cagers split with Deer Creek

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com EDMOND – Telling a player to purposely miss a free throw is just about the last thing you would expect a high school basketball coach to…

Wonder Twins power

Wonder Twins power

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com On their own, Sheridan and Sydney Gray are talented enough players to star for any high school basketball team, regardless of classification, in the state of…

EHS splits third-place games at Shawnee

EHS splits third-place games at Shawnee

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com The win capped a five-game run over eight days in which the Indians posted a 4-1 record. El Reno, ranked No. 6 in Class 5A at…

Redlands cagers split with NEO

Redlands cagers split with NEO

The Cougars completed a two-game road swing with a 71-66 victory over Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. The win lifted Redlands to 14-4 on the season and 4-3 in the Oklahoma Collegiate…

Indians stay awake on Yellow Brick Road

Indians stay awake on Yellow Brick Road

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com GUTHRIE – The program that can figure out how to win on the road will have the inside track to winning the 2014 Suburban Conference title,…

El Reno sweeps across Deer Creek

El Reno sweeps across Deer Creek

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com While it may be the season of giving, El Reno High School’s boys basketball team showed they have a little “nasty” streak when it comes down…

El Reno swoops Jets in hoop openers

El Reno swoops Jets in hoop openers

    By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com OKLAHOMA CITY – Nursing a one-point halftime lead, El Reno High School basketball coach Rodney Haydon had a two-step game plan for the second…

Union City home opener spoiled

Union City home opener spoiled

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com Lookeba-Sickles used a 25-12 run in the fourth period to rally past Union City High School’s girls basketball team, spoiling the Tigers home opener, 55-46. The…

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