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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

Lady Bruin Soccer Sizzling in 2019

Mar 25, 2019

After a week off for spring break, both the Bartlesville High soccer teams are getting right back after it the first day back to school.  BHS has a girl’s and boy’s double-header at Owasso on Monday evening. The Lady Bruins are off to a great start to begin 2019. Bartlesv ... read more »

Bruins on KWON Monday Night

Mar 25, 2019

Bartlesville High baseball will try to keep its winning streak alive, as the Bruins are looking for their first district win and second win on Oklahoma soil Monday night. BHS will play host to Tulsa Union for a district contest. Bartlesville (5-7, 0-4) went a perfect 4-0 on its way to a P ... read more »