Oklahoma City Thunder vs. Utah Jazz


Tonight, December 5, 2017 the Oklahoma City Thunder will be playing the Utah Jazz. The game will be a home game, played at the Chesapeake Energy Arena in Oklahoma City. The OKC Thunder team, is coming off a 2 game winning streak, has a record of 10-12 and is sitting at 9th place in the Western Conference. Utah, is coming off a 6 game winning streak is held at 7th in the Western Conference. Tickets range from $15-$500. Tip off will start at 7pm.

OKC Thunder @ Minnesota Timberwolves


On Friday October 27, 2017, the Oklahoma City Thunder will travel to Minnesota for a rematch against the Timberwolves. The last time these two teams played, it came down to the wire with Minnesota Timberwolves point guard, Andrew Wiggins hitting the game winning 3. Russell Westbrook and the Thunder will be looking to redeem themselves as they visit to play in Minnesota. Tip off will begin at 7:30 pm central time. The game will be playing on NBATV and also on the radio on WWLS 98.1 FM OKC.

2017-2018 NBA Season

The 2017-2018 NBA season will kick off Tuesday October 17th after a crazy off-season and an exciting pre-season.  The highlight game of the Western Conference will be the championship team, Golden State Warriors vs. Houston Rockets. The highlight Eastern Conference game will be Cleveland Cavalier vs. Boston Celtics.  Both games will be super exciting due to the crazy offseason we had in the summer.  People are looking forward to the Cleveland Cavaliers vs. Boston Celtics game because Lebron James (Cleveland) will be going against former teammate Kyrie Irving (Boston) in Quicken Loans Arena.

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OKC Thunder Preseason Kicks Off

HD-Oklahoma-City-Thunder-WallpapersOn October 8, 2017, the OKC Thunder will kick off their offseason. Melbourn United will visit the OKC Thunder at the Chesapeake Energy Arena at 100 West Reno Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. It will be a first to see Russell Westbrook, who averaged a triple-double last season, back in the arena playing basketball with the rest of the Thunder. The game tips off at 2:00 pm. Tickets will be available at ticketmaster.com.


Monday, September, !8, 2017, there is an Elgin FCA Softball Game (Elgin vs. Cache). The game day rally starts at 4 o’clock in the afternoon and the actual game starts at 5 o’clock in the afternoon. The Devotional will start at 4:15 p.m.  There will be music, games, and a guest speaker. Any student who attends the Game Day Devotional will be able to purchase a ticket for admission to the game for $1. The $1 will also pay for a FCA Game Day t-shirt. Adults are of course invited to attend Game Day but will be required to pay the full price of admission. Adults may also order a Game Day t-shirt for $10.

For more information contact Coach Jon Hughes at (580) 583-1860

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Let’s get ready to Rumble!!!


Oklahoma Sports Network app.,  you can download it on your device and begin using it. Follow these simple steps to install it.

For Apple Phones and Tablets

  • Step One: Open Safari on your phone and type in https://www.oksportsnet.com/app.
  • Step Two: At the bottom of the screen, click the button that contains a blue square with an arrow pointing up.
  • Step Three: Look at the row of gray icons and click the one that says “Add to Home Screen”. You may need to scroll right to see this icon.
  • Step Four: Click the blue “Add” button in the top right corner.

For Android Phones and Tablets

  • Step One: Open Chrome on your phone and type in https://www.oksportsnet.com/app.
  • Step Two: At the top right of the screen, click the settings button which looks like three vertical dots.
  • Step Three: Click on “Add to home screen” near the bottom of the list.
  • Step Four: Click “Add” in the pop-up box.

Beyond High School (ELGIN OWLS)

As we finish this school year out at Elgin High School, we shall finish with one last article about our athletes from the Digital Media/Broadcast class.

Going from high school sports to college sports is a huge transition for a teenager, and then on top of that, you throw in other factors like being away from your family and friends for the first time. Let’s mention the responsibility that comes with being on your own and finances that make things even more complicated.

Taking the next step and committing to play at the college level is a very big decision and there are some things that we should take a look at!

  1.  Your family is still your number one source of support, so don’t forget that and also where you came from.
  2. 99% of the people you are playing with were the stars on their own high school teams just like you were!
  3. So much more different sacrifices than a typical college student, due to vigorous workouts, homework, and athletics, etc….
  4. You now represent the ENTIRE College/University in EVERYTHING that you do!!  SPOTLIGHT!
  5. Even more important than your talent is your character, on and off the track/field/court/etc…
  6. When college coaches tell you and your parents they’ll treat you like their own son during the process, once you get to campus, THEY ARE DEAD SERIOUS!!!  LOL
  7. Playing college sports will have the ability to change your life forever.
  8. Last but certainly not least, Don’t forget about all the people who helped you get to this point.

Elgin Oklahoma has a very talented group of young men and women and we wish them all the luck in their future.   As of today we currently have the following announcements for student athletes that have been recruited and have/will sign to play at the next level as reported by coaches.


Jax Taylor, Soccer, York College, York Nebraska

Landon Castello, Soccer, Central Christian College, McPherson Kansas

Corbin Ramos, Baseball, St. Gregory’s University, Shawnee Oklahoma

Selena McDonald, Basketball, Northwestern Oklahoma State University, Alva Oklahoma

Haley Mandakunis, Track/Cross Country,  Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford Oklahoma

Eliza Cummins, Track/Cross Country, Southwestern Oklahoma State University, Weatherford Oklahoma

Emily Poindexter, Softball, Cameron University, Lawton Oklahoma

Greydon Buhlig, Football, Southwestern Oklahoma State University,  Weatherford Oklahoma

Cole Cizek, Football, Southern Nazarene University, Bethany Oklahoma

Dillan Landers, Basketball, Uncommitted, but being recruited, So many offers so to list a few:  Bacone College, Missouri Valley, OK Wesleyan, Wayland Baptist, Bethany College and so many others.

Tanner Harris, Golf, Uncommitted, but being recruited. Some of the offers included Heston College, Central Christian, Winfield, and Williams Baptist.



We would like to congratulate all these athletes on their success and wish them the best in their futures.   To all the other athletes not yet recruited or signed, good luck as we are sure that we will have several more before this year ends.

Congrats and GO OWLS!!!!