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Sapulpa’s longtime head basketball coach Ray Reins has died

(SPS) — Sapulpa Public Schools is saddened to learn of the passing of former Chieftains head basketball coach, Ray Reins. Coach Reins led the Sapulpa boys varsity team to 347 thrilling victories over more than two decades, retiring as head basketball coach in 1992. He also taught psychology and street law at Sapulpa Public Schools for nearly four decades.
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Tulsa World

Charismatic former Sapulpa coach Ray Reins dead at 82

Ray Reins was remembered Tuesday as a charismatic character, a battler and an ambassador for the game of basketball. Sapulpa’s head boys basketball coach for 24 years (1970-93), Reins died of natural causes Saturday. He was 82. A funeral service is set for 10 a.m. Friday at Ninde Brookside Funeral...
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Brandon Thomas is great, but give some credit to the Tigers’ O-line

The offensive line wasn’t pleased with last season’s performance; its improvements have helped Brandon Thomas become the No. 2 rusher in the country. Frank Bonner originally is from Indiana but comes to Memphis by way of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He spent the past two years writing for the Tulsa World covering Oklahoma State University athletics. He credits his early writing experience to his days as a high school sports reporter for the Republic Newspaper in Columbus, Indiana, and various internships, including at the NCAA and USA Basketball. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and his Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from IUPUI in Indianapolis.
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Looking at the plays that keyed the Tigers’ breathtaking win

Memphis’ defense got the wheels rolling with a scoop-and-score, and ended the game with a crucial stop. Frank Bonner originally is from Indiana but comes to Memphis by way of Tulsa, Oklahoma. He spent the past two years writing for the Tulsa World covering Oklahoma State University athletics. He credits his early writing experience to his days as a high school sports reporter for the Republic Newspaper in Columbus, Indiana, and various internships, including at the NCAA and USA Basketball. He earned his Bachelor’s degree in journalism from Indiana University and his Master’s degree in Sports Journalism from IUPUI in Indianapolis.
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Tulsa World

OSU notebook: Cabbiness’ catch, Sterling out for season, Warren’s career day, injury report

Oklahoma State walk-on wide receiver Cale Cabbiness simply couldn’t have expected to play the role he wound up in Saturday night. “I always come ready, despite the circumstance, no matter what,” he said after OSU’s 21-20 win at Boise State. “Whether I’m going to play a lot or not play. I always just come ready and stay prepared for things like this.”
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Guenther Luitjens

Guenther Peter Luitjens, 76, died on Sept. 8, 2021, in Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, from a heart attack. A funeral service was Monday, Sept. 13, at Green Hill Funeral Home Chapel in Sapulpa, Oklahoma. Interment was at Green Hill Memorial Gardens. Guenther Luitjens was born on June 2, 1945, in Pulkau,...
BROKEN ARROW, OK
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TreVeyon Henderson Turns In a Record-Setting Performance As Ohio State Finds Its Way Past Tulsa

Tulsa, Henderson, Ohio State University, Archie Griffin, Akron, Ohio State Buckeyes men's basketball, Ohio State Buckeyes football, Oregon. With all eyes on an Ohio State defense after the Oregon loss led to the promise of significant changes with staff responsibilities, play-calling and personnel, it was Buckeye freshman running back TreVeyon Henderson who stole the show in a 41-20 OSU win over Tulsa yesterday afternoon in the Shoe.
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Tulsa World

Bill Haisten: ‘This is my town’ – Sand Springs’ Ty Pennington represents a great family tradition

SAND SPRINGS — When seven people are interviewed for a story, you wind up with quotes that range from pretty good to really good to sensational. In this piece about quarterback Ty Pennington and his family’s deep-rooted relationship with the Sand Springs community and Charles Page High School athletics, Keaton Campbell gets credit for the sensational quote.
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Hillcats announce schedule for womens basketball

CLAREMORE, Okla. – Rogers State women’s basketball and head coach Kyle Bent announced the 2021-2022 schedule on Tuesday. “I am excited about the schedule. Overall, our team is more athletic and explosive this year. We return nine players who know what this league is about and what it is going to take to win. Incorporating our four new faces into that returning culture has already provided a noticeable difference within workouts.”
CLAREMORE, OK
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Find tickets for Tulsa-area concerts

Endurocross, Sept. 18. $25-$39. Blake Shelton, Sept. 24. $59-$119. MercyMe, Oct. 1. $29-$84.50. KISS, Oct. 2. $39.50-$129.50. TobyMac, Oct 4. $22.75-$92.75. John Legend, Oct. 7. $53.50—$203.50. OKC Thunder vs. Denver Nuggets, Oct. 14. $12-$95. Marc Anthony, Oct. 15. $64-$184. Alabama, Oct. 23. $39.50-$129.50. Elevation Nights, Oct. 29. $27.50-$102.50. LANY, Oct....
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Elam Park Public Meeting

The City of Broken Arrow will host a public meeting to discuss the Elam Park Master Plan on Thursday, Sept. 16 at 6:30 p.m. The meeting will be held at Aspen Creek Elementary School gymnasium, located at 2800 W. Florence St., Broken Arrow, OK 74011. The purpose of the meeting is to inform citizens about the new park and to allow feedback from the public on the proposal.
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10 things Oklahoma State coordinators said after win vs. Tulsa

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State football pulled out another gutsy win for the second week in a row as the Cowboys edged Tulsa 28-23 Saturday inside Boone Pickens Stadium. The offense had its struggles again, while the defense got just enough stops to make it back-to-back wins to start the season. After the game, Oklahoma State offensive coordinator Kasey Dunn and defensive coordinator Jim Knowles met with reporters to share their thoughts on the game and answer questions. Here are 10 things they said in the postgame.
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Everything Oklahoma State coach Mike Gundy said after win vs. Tulsa

STILLWATER, Okla. — A pair of fourth quarter touchdowns helped Oklahoma State edge out Tulsa in a 28-23 win Saturday afternoon inside Boone Pickens Stadium. The Cowboys trailed 17-14 early in the final quarter, before senior LD Brown returned a kickoff 98 yards to the house. Quarterback Spencer Sanders made his return to the field after missing the opener last week and struggled to find his rhythm. The redshirt junior was 15 of 26 passing for 173 yards, two touchdowns and an interception that was returned for a touchdown. The Oklahoma State defense once again came up with goal-line stand to aid the Pokes to a victory.
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Five takeaways from Oklahoma State's 28-23 win vs. Tulsa

STILLWATER, Okla. — Oklahoma State one again needed a fourth-quarter comeback to defeat Tulsa 28-23 at home inside Boone Pickens Stadium on Saturday afternoon. The Cowboys got some much-needed help on special teams as senior LD Brown returned a kickoff 98 yards for the go-ahead score with 10:41 remaining in the game. The offense struggled again and the defense got enough stops necessary to improve Oklahoma State to 2-0. Here are five takeaways from the Cowboys' win against Tulsa.
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Photos: The Best Shots from OSU’s Win over Tulsa

Oklahoma State’s win over Tulsa might not have always been pretty, but there are still plenty of snapshots from the game worth a second look. Here are some of the best pictures taken by Pistols Firing photographer Devin Wilber (@DevinWilber on Twitter).
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Tuesday's Transactions

BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Recalled RHP Marcos Diplán from Norfolk (Triple-A East). Selected the contract of INF Pat Valaika from Norfolk and agreed to terms on a major league contract. Placed LHP Tanner Scott on the 10-day IL. Placed INF Jorge Mateo on the 60-day IL. CHICAGO WHITE SOX — Reinstated...
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