6:30 p.m. — Cherokee vs. Medford, KNID (107.1 FM)
6:30 p.m. — Okeene vs. Canton, KXLS (95.7 FM)
6:30 p.m. — Ringwood vs. Kremlin-Hillsdale, KCRC (1390 AM)
6 p.m. — Thunder Insider, FOX Sports
6:30 p.m. — Thunder Live, FOX Sports
7 p.m. and midnight — Suns at Thunder, FOX Sports
7 p.m. — Clippers at Heat, ESPN
9:30 p.m. – Bulls at Jazz, ESPN
11 p.m. — OU Football Signing Day Special, FOX Sports
3 p.m. and 10:30 p.m.— Sooner Hoops with Lon Kruger, FOX Sports
Women’s College Basketball
Noon — Replay of Oklahoma vs. Kansas State, FOX Sports
3:30 p.m. and 10 p.m. — OU Sooner Basketball with Sherri Coale, FOX Sports
7:30 p.m. — Anaheim at Dallas, Channel 73
10 a.m. — Second round of Joburg Open, Golf Channel
2 p.m. — Second round of Pebble Beach National Pro-Am, Golf Channel
5:30 p.m. — First round of Allianz Championship, Golf Channel
8 p.m. — Welterweights, Bizier vs. Campbell, ESPN2
2 p.m. — OU Sooner Sports Talk, FOX Sports
4:30 p.m. — Big 12 Showcase, FOX Sports
Maciel's dream still alive and kicking
J.P. Maciel wants college scouts to know he still is kicking ... and available.
Maciel, 21, who re-wrote the Enid Plainsmen football single-season and career kicking record books in his lone season on the gridiron in 2010, even showed off his leg strength Tuesday at the site of his past glory, Selby Stadium.
Fresh off an 8-hour shift from his job at Roberts Ranch, Maciel connected on 12 of 14 field goals, including nailing it from 50 yards, and was perfect from within 40 yards, and in 90-degree weather.
Such numbers would surely turn the heads or grab the attention of scouts out there. Yet, it’s been a frustrating time for Maciel since he graduated from Enid.
But his confidence has not wavered.
“Coaches don’t want to waste money (scholarships) on a kicker, but when they lose, it’s like, ‘oh man, I wish we had a kicker,”’ Maciel said, reflecting on why he remains sidelined.
Hearing delayed in Gundy, contractor suit
It’s the case of contractor and the coach.
On March 21, 2011, trim carpenter Brent Lee Loveland of Choctaw wore a gray shirt with red lettering that read “Oklahoma Baseball” to Oklahoma State University football coach Mike Gundy’s home, which was under construction near Stillwater.
Gundy and his wife, Kristen, found the shirt offensive and the OSU coach fired Loveland on the spot.
Loveland filed a breach of contract lawsuit in August 2011 against the Gundys in Payne County District Court.
A pretrial hearing scheduled Monday in Logan County has been delayed until July 29 or 30, Loveland’s attorney Edward White of Edmond said Wednesday.
- Enid Minors sweep Woodward Minors
Majors out slug foe in road finale
Brady Kokojan and Garron Nixon hit two-run homers in a five-run first inning as the Enid Majors concluded their Nebraska trip with a 12-9 win over U-Stop.
The Majors had 13 hits in raising their record to 20-7, finishing the road trip with a 3-2 record.
Brandon Rakestraw had three RBI with two doubles and a ground out.
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Medford’s Pitts gets long-awaited shot as coach
Cory Pitts might be the happiest coach at the Cache Team Girls Basketball Camp this week.
Melton’s no-hit bid leads Majors
Enid Majors pitchers Nate Melton and Damian Neiswanger each had first-inning run support Tuesday in a Lincoln, Neb., doubleheader.
Neither needed much.
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