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KWON-KYFM-KRIG-KPGM...Sports of All Sorts!

KWON is the voice of the Bartlesville Bruins football, boys and girls basketball, and select baseball and softball games with sports director, Evan Fahrbach.  KWON also airs Bartlesville Indians American Legion baseball games and select Warriors and Braves games throughout the summer. KWON carries select Oklahoma State football & basketball, Dallas Cowboys football and St. Louis Cardinals baseball. KWON also airs Sooners, Cowboys, and Golden Hurricane Coaches Shows. KWON can be heard on both the AM and FM dials:  1400 AM and 93.3 FM.

KYFM is the voice of the Owasso Rams football and basketball. Select other sports are also covered on KYFM on a limited basis. FM 100.1 carries the University of Oklahoma Sooners during football and basketball seasons.

KRIG is the voice of Nowata Ironmen and Dewey Bulldogger football and basketball with play-by-play by Max Gross. FM 104.9 carries University of Tulsa football and basketball.

KPGM is the voice of the Pawhuska Huskies.  Football games can be heard on Saturday mornings with play-by-play archived for a week on this website.  KPGM has also became the voice of the Oklahoma Wesleyan Eagles covering both select home and away games throughout the basketball season. Other sports are done upon availability and sponsorship.

 

 

Latest Sports News

High School Seniors Deal with Cancellation Fallout

Mar 27, 2020

High School Sports were officially canceled in the state of Oklahoma on Thursday, as the OSSAA made the decision via a vote at a board meeting just after 10:15 AM. The writing was on the wall after the Oklahoma State Board of Education decided to close all school facilities through the end of ... read more »

Today in Oklahoma Sports History - 3/27

Mar 27, 2020

Today in Oklahoma Sports History… March 27, 1998 the NBA single-game attendance record was set. It was a game between the Atlanta Hawks and the Chicago Bulls at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. 62,046 people packed in to see Michael Jordan and the Bulls. Chicago won in a low-scoring affair ... read more »

Former Bartlesville Legion Player Loses College Season

Mar 26, 2020

A former Doenges Ford Indians player had his career potentially ended after the NCAA shut down all spring athletics due to COVID-19. Corey Murphy, a senior at Rogers State University was gearing up for the stretch run of his college career when the news came down. Murphy said he and his fellow Hi ... read more »

OSSAA Likely to Decide on Sports Thursday

Mar 26, 2020

There is no official news on the status of Oklahoma high school athletics, but with the closings of school buildings the rest of the spring, it doesn' t look promising.  The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association has a scheduled meeting on Thursday and will likely have an ... read more »

Today in Oklahoma Sports History - 3/26

Mar 26, 2020

Today in Oklahoma Sports History… On March 26, 2006 that Stephen Ames won the Players’ Championship at TPC Sawgrass in Ponte Verde Beach, Florida. The Player’s Championship is not a major, but is considered to be one of the biggest tournaments on the PGA Tour. The event is ... read more »

Vann Resigns as Lady Doggers Coach

Mar 25, 2020

Dewey Lady Bulldoggers basketball program will be looking for a new head coach. David Vann announced his resignation last month after two seasons at the top of the program. Dewey went 20-28 under Vann, including 11-13 last season. The Lady Doggers were bounced in the first round of regionals afte ... read more »

Area Athletes, Coaches Facing Disappointment Amid Likely Cancellation of Season

Mar 25, 2020

With Wednesday’s announcement that from the Oklahoma State Board of Education that schools will be closed for the remainder of the year it is all but finalized that high school sports will not resume. The OSSAA maintains that it will make an announcement on Thursday but the expectation is t ... read more »

Sports Commission Annual Meeting Canceled

Mar 25, 2020

Wednesday was supposed to be the yearly meeting for the Bartlesville Sports Commission, however that has been nixed because of COVID-19. The meeting was supposed to be an official introduction for new Bartlesville High Athletic Director Thad Dilbeck, who was hired early this year. The introdu ... read more »

Today in Oklahoma Sports History - 3/25

Mar 25, 2020

Today in Oklahoma Sports History on March, 25…1947, the Oklahoma men’s basketball team fell to Holy Cross in the first NCAA Title game in program history. It is one of two runners-up for OU men’s hoops – the other coming in 1988. Holy Cross topped the Sooners 58-47. & ... read more »

Olympic Trials Delayed for Lady Bruins

Mar 25, 2020

Swimming season had wrapped up just a few weeks before COVID-19 hit the country, so up until recently, it had not affected any of the outstanding former Lady Bruin swimmers at the next level. However with the postponement of the 2020 Olympics on Tuesday, it is likely to push back the Olympic ... read more »

Today in Oklahoma Sports History - 3/24

Mar 24, 2020

March 24 is Peyton Manning’s 44th birthday. Manning is widely considered to be one of the best quarterbacks of all time. Born in New Orleans, Manning is the second son of former NFL quarterback Archie Manning. His dad played at Ole Miss, but Peyton would play four seasons at th ... read more »

Former Eagles' Seasons Cut Short Overseas

Mar 23, 2020

The Coronavirus has effected athletic events locally and overseas as well. That didn’t stop former Oklahoma Wesleyan All-American Joshua Wilchcombe from having an outstanding rookie season playing professionally in Finland. Wilchcombe’s year ended just before the postseason was set to ... read more »

Spring Sports Calendar in Limbo

Mar 23, 2020

Spring break is over for many area schools, but you couldn't tell it as teachers and students alike continue to self-quarantine at home for at least the next two weeks. Following a teleconference call on Thursday, the OSSAA will give an update regarding the likelihood of playing the state bas ... read more »

Today in Oklahoma Sports History - 3/23

Mar 23, 2020

On March 23, 1946 - Oklahoma State won another game on its way to its second NCAA Men’s Basketball championship in a row. The Pokes beat North Carolina, 43-40 under head coach Henry Iba and then-future Bartian Bob Kurland. Oklahoma State beat Baylor and Cal en route to the title game. ... read more »

Adams Golf Course Open for Business

Mar 23, 2020

With the world closing and cancelling more and more activities where it relates to sports, there is one activity still open to the public. Golf. With the weather looking better as we roll into spring people can turn to golf as a safe activity. Adams Golf Course in Bartlesville is still open t ... read more »