ENID, Okla. —
6 p.m. — NOC Enid at Seminole, KCRC (1390 AM)
6 p.m. — Travis Ford Show, KNID (107.1 FM)
6 p.m. — Oklahoma at Iowa State, KGWA (960 AM)
6:30 p.m. — Thunder Live, FOX Sports
7 p.m. and midnight — Mavericks at Thunder, FOX Sports
6 p.m. — Oklahoma at Iowa State, ESPNU
6 p.m. — Notre Dame at Syracuse, ESPN
8 p.m. — Texas at West Virginia, ESPN
Women’s College Basketball
10 p.m. —Replay of Oklahoma at Iowa State, FOX Sports
6 p.m. — Purdue at Penn State, ESPN2
8 p.m. — Texas A&M at LSU, ESPN2
1 p.m. — English Premier League Game, FOX Sports
ENID, Okla. —
NJCAA schedule of games
World Series activities began Friday and extend through next week at David Allen Memorial Ballpark.
- Kansas beats Cowboys
- Madison's Barsness likes playing in Enid
Sooners zero in on Big 12
Oklahoma has made a complete turnaround in the last two days. The squad that looked dominant early in the season has re-emerged at the Big 12 tournament. The Sooners (38-19) rolled to their second straight tournament victory, thumping Texas Tech (25-30), 8-0, Friday, and improving to 2-0 in the event.
After three weeks of struggling, the team OU thought it would be surfaced. The mix of premier pitching and timely hitting was overwhelming to Baylor on Thursday and Texas Tech on Friday.
More importantly, the victories set up the Sooners’ meeting with Kansas State, which topped Baylor 13-9 Friday, at 12:30 p.m. today. The winner advances to Sunday’s championship game.
Ricketts, Sooners rout A&M
Keilani Ricketts beat Texas A&M with both her arm and bat Friday as No. 1-ranked Oklahoma moved to within one win of reaching the Women’s College Softball World Series by run-ruling the Aggies 10-2 at Marita Hynes Field Friday.
The Sooners (51-4) can punch their ticket to the Series by beating the Aggies at 11 a.m. today. The game can be seen on ESPN. If A&M wins, a second championship game will follow
Claborn pleased with WHS progress
The Deer Creek-Lamont team camp has given Waukomis football coach Jon Claborn an idea of how much his team has progressed over the past year.
A newly hired Claborn a year ago took his team to the DCLA camp with three days of spring football behind them.
“We’re leaps and bounds ahead of where we were last year,’’ Claborn said. “We have looked really good ... we’re a year older, stronger, and hopefully, a year smarter.’’
The DCLA camp has offered the Chiefs good competition with teams such as defending Class B state runner-up Pond Creek-Hunter, Coyle and the host Eagles among the participants.
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