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Lady Bulldogs defeat Elgin Owls, eliminated in tourney

The Altus Lady Bulldogs overwhelmed the Elgin Lady Owls on their home court on Tuesday, Dec. 8 and were twice defeated in the Weatherford Tournament the following weekend by Kingfisher and … more

Duke defeats Big Pasture

The Duke Tigers, ranked #4 in Class B, defeated the Big Pasture Rangers 59-53 on Tuesday, Dec. 8. In the second quarter, Duke pulled ahead, scoring 14 points to Big Pasture’s 6, and … more

Altus swim team continues to dominate

The Altus Bulldog swim team outpaced most of its competitors in recent meets at Edmond and Mustang, carrying on a winning tradition. “I’m so proud of the guys! They won 1st place … more

Lady Bulldogs neck and neck in season opener

The Altus Lady Bulldogs opened the 2020 basketball season with a narrow loss to Woodward on Friday, Dec. 4. Each team took a close lead throughout the game, tying at 48 at the end of the 3rd. The … more

Lady Broncs outdo the D-Backs 50-37

Charidy Sensabaugh scored a game-high 16 points to lead the Lady Broncs over Olustee-Eldorado 50-37 last Friday night. Sensabaugh hit two long treys in the first quarter to set the pace, helping … more

Basketball rankings released as cancellations mount

The good news: Oklahoma high school basketball rankings are in their second week, with numerous teams in the top 20 of their respective classifications. The bad news: Games and tournaments are … more

Blair overcomes Mefford’s big night

The Broncs had only one way to counter Jayden Mefford’s 40-point game last Friday night: Do it as a team. Blair did just that, getting nine players on the scorecard and four in double … more

Bombers leave Millwood in the jet wash

After round 3 of the OSSAA 2A football playoffs, where Frederick clipped the wings of the Millwood Falcons on their turf in OKC, the hardest thing to do was name a most valuable player. The … more

Tipton playoff run ends with home loss

TIPTON – In football playoffs, that first loss is always the hardest. This held true for the Tipton Tigers, who fell to Balko-Forgan last Friday night in a home game at Don Royal Stadium. The … more

County schools reopen, sports schedules resume

The four county schools of Navajo, Blair, Duke and Olustee-Eldorado are back to in-person learning for students. Three schools had closed to all students within the period before the Thanksgiving … more

Bombers conquer Christian Heritage: On to round three

The Frederick Bombers had a bye in the first round of the 2020 OSSAA football playoffs compliments of Lexington. Round two took place at the fabled Bomber Bowl in Frederick, and the Crusaders of … more

Hollis takes down Sentinel in basketball opener

HOLLIS – The Tigers opened the 2020-21 basketball campaign last Friday with a 53-29 win over Sentinel. Coach Tim Webb saw meaningful minutes from all five starters, as well as contributions … more

Lady Tigers Fall to Sentinel

HOLLIS – The Lady Tigers opened their first game of the basketball season with hot shooting, but turnovers piled up and eventually Sentinel got the 53-29 win. Kristi Oliver and Terynn … more

“How Covid Stole Christmas” theme for benefit race

The 7th annual Great Santa Run will be held Saturday, Dec. 12 at 1 p.m. at the Altus City Reservoir on Falcon Road. This year’s theme is “How Covid Stole Christmas.” Participants … more

Champion AHS swim team returns after ranking high at state

The Altus High School swimming team and its award-winning Coach Linda Wiginton return to action this November after making a strong showing at state in February 2020. “We really have a … more

Bulldog swimmers know all the strokes

Altus High School boys and girls swim teams dominated two events recently, both scoring more than double the points by the second-place teams. The Lady Bulldogs won Friday, Nov. 13, in a 4-way … more

Broncs drop season opener at WOSC gym

Blair basketball teams took season-opening losses against Arapaho-Butler last Friday (Nov. 6) at Western Oklahoma State College in Altus. The boys dropped a 60-28 decision despite hard work from … more

Boys cross-country team places 12th in regionals, Ortiz competes at state

Justin Ortiz, a junior at Altus High School, placed 32nd of 112 runners at the state cross-country meet. The competition was held on Wednesday, Nov. 4 at Edmond Santa Fe. Justin ran the 5K (3.1 … more

Touchdown spiked at last second, Bulldog defense steps up

The Altus Bulldogs put on their best defensive performance of the season but still came up short against the Duncan Demons, 35-7, in the final home game of the season. Duncan opened the game with … more

Bulldogs still learning in loss to MacArthur

If nothing else, the Altus Bulldogs are learning some valuable lessons and getting much-needed experience on the gridiron this season. That may not help the seniors, who are finishing up their … more
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