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Gundy had the right game plan for ESPN choice

Gundy had the right game plan for ESPN choice

    I chuckled when I came across the cartoon which runs with my column for the simple fact I was thinking the same thing the other day while mowing…

Brown taking All-State run serious

Brown taking All-State run serious

  By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com TULSA – While he knows there is no state title on the line, you’ll have a hard time convincing Justin Brown that Friday night’s Oklahoma…

Lady of the Lake

Lady of the Lake

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com During the work week Tina Hill has no problem quietly driving the speed limit from her home in Norman to St. Anthony’s Hospital, where she works…

Smoke on the Water coming to Lake El Reno

Smoke on the Water coming to Lake El Reno

By GLEN MILLER millerg@elrenotribune.com There will be smoke rising off the surface of Lake El Reno due to some bad luck of another Oklahoma lake and the quick thinking of…

ER baseball kicks off summer league

ER baseball kicks off summer league

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com El Reno High School’s baseball team was scheduled to kick off the summer season Monday night with a doubleheader at Piedmont, which will open up play…

UC’s Kane helps support West

UC’s Kane helps support West

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com While Union City’s Mason Kane scored well below his season average, the Tigers standout guard still had a major hand in the West’s 108-102 overtime win…

West, Myers fall in Little All-City

West, Myers fall in Little All-City

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com Having guided Okarche to back-to-back state championships, Cherie Myers admits she does not like to lose basketball games – even if they are all-star outings. However,…

ER football still has work to do

ER football still has work to do

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com One week into spring drills, Taylor Schwerdtfeger can see his El Reno High School football team has a long way to go before being ready to…

Crimson Creek changing direction

Crimson Creek changing direction

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com Like any good manager, Jared Holden knows that your business is only as good as the experience had by the last customer to come through your…

El Reno boys squander state shots

El Reno boys squander state shots

By Glen Miller millerg@elrenotribune.com OKLAHOMA CITY – Much like their female teammates a week earlier, El Reno High School’s boys tennis team had chances to earn passes to the Class…

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