Traveler Majors set for Omaha Tournament
OMAHA - The Traveler Majors will open play in the College World Series Tournament tonight (June 18).
Dempsey, Brooks give US 2-1 win over Ghana
NATAL, Brazil (AP) — After Clint Dempsey's historic early goal, the United States spent more than an hour struggling to hold off wave after wave of Ghana attacks. It was no surprise when Ghana tied the game in the 82nd minute.
Youth hunting program looking for volunteers
A volunteer dinner for the Oklahoma Youth Hunting program will be held at 6:30 p.m. on June 26 at K-Bob's in Woodward.
Travelers 3-1 in Lawton
The Traveler Majors finished pool play in the Lawton Festival with a 3-1 record and are scheduled to start bracket play on Saturday.
Traveler teams head to tournaments
Tournaments are up next for the Woodward Traveler baseball teams as the Majors head to Lawton and the Minors to Weatherford.
Traveler baseball roundup
The Traveler Majors finished 2-3 in their home festival at Fuller Park, losing a 4-2 decision in the semifinals Sunday to the Oklahoma City Outlaws.
Lions Club hosting half-marathon, 5K
Exercise, food, family-fun and charity are sure to be in store for those who participate in the Lion Heart Half-Marathon and 5K.
Traveler Majors extend winning streak to 7 games
The Traveler Majors continued their strong start to the baseball season by sweeping a doubleheader from the Oklahoma City Bulls at Fuller Park Tuesday.
Westbrook scores 40, Thunder tie series at 2-2
OKLAHOMA CITY (AP) — Russell Westbrook is picking up where Kevin Durant left off.
Durant hasn't shown the same consistent excellence in the postseason that earned the Thunder star the MVP award after the NBA regular season. Westbrook has picked up the slack, making a case for being Oklahoma City's best player in the postseason.
Ibaka returns, Thunder hammer Spurs
OKLAHOMA CITY — With three minutes left in Game 3, Oklahoma City’s Serge Ibaka had his face buried in a towel. He held it there for several moments, seemingly trying to hide the emotion coming out of him.
On an injured calf, Ibaka had just produced an inspiring performance that helped lead the Thunder to a series saving 106-97 victory over the San Antonio Spurs Sunday at the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
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