ENID, Okla. —
6 p.m. — Carl Albert at NOC Enid, KCRC (1390 AM)
Women’s College Basketball
7 p.m. — Oklahoma State at Kansas State, KNID (107.1 FM)
9:30 — Thunder at Warriors, KCRC (1390 AM)
6 p.m. — Inside the Game, KGWA (960 AM)
9 p.m. — Thunder Live, FOX Sports
9:30 p.m. and 12:30 a.m. — Thunder at Warriors, FOX Sports
5 p.m. — Cowboy Basketball Roundup with Travis Ford, FOX Sports
6 p.m. — Duke at Miami (Fla.), ESPN
6:30 p.m. — TCU at West Virginia, ESPN2
7 p.m. — Arizona at Arizona State, FOX Sports
8 p.m. — Georgia Tech at North Carolina, ESPN
1 p.m. — Quarterfinals of Australian Open, ESPN2
8:30 p.m. — Women’s semifinals of Australian Open, ESPN2
2:30 a.m. — Men’s semifinals of Australian Open, ESPN2
4 a.m. — First round of Qatar Masters, Golf Channel
Noon — Lunch with the Stars, FOX Sports
6 p.m. — Big 12 Showcase, FOX Sports
ENID, Okla. —
Hennessey's Aguirre taking tough times in stride
Car Aguirre looks strange confined to a wheelchair.
The story of how the newly-minted Hennessey grad got there is told loosely through a digital jigsaw puzzle — an accident, a near-tragedy, an outpouring of support, a recovery, all expressed in Facebook posts and internet traffic.
Enid’s Harmon 4th at endorser
Top-seeded Tyler Harmon, playing with an elbow injury, had a rough day at the 16-Under Oklahoma District Tennis Association Endorser Tournament Saturday at Oakwood Country Club.
Ex-Majors make return to Enid for Alumni exhibition
Saturday was a time for Matt Peck and his former Enid American Legion teammates to set back the clock.
Jets reflect on tough season
Raydon Leaton’s ambition was to be the host team for the NJCAA Division II College World Series, which opens next weekend at David Allen Memorial Stadium.
Instead, Leaton’s Northern Oklahoma College Enid Jets went through some growing pains during a 17-39 season.
- OSU 2nd despite loss to WVU
- Sooners survive scare
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- Radio-TV for 5-19-13
Glencoe duo makes strong introduction
The last time Nate Melton and Claytin Beaver played together, they left the field losers of a season-ending 12-5 Class A state quarterfinal.
On Friday, each of them in Enid Majors blue instead of Glencoe red, and things went closer to plan.
Melton was the Majors’ opening-day starter, introducing himself to Enid with six strikeouts in three innings, topping 90 mph with a fastball that rarely ended anywhere but Beaver’s mitt in a 7-1 Majors win.
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