DURANT — Southeastern director of athletics Keith Baxter has announced the promotion of Blake Allen to the position of assistant athletic director for athletics marketing and promotions.
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DURANT — Southeastern athletics has announced a five-year partnership with Keystone Broadcasting Corporation which will form the Southeastern Sports Network and make SE sporting events available on the radio throughout most of Southeastern Oklahoma as well as giving fans throughout the world the opportunity to follow the Savage Storm live via the Internet.
CASPER, Wyo. — Southeastern’s Kolton Schmidt and teammate Sawyer Barham of Coffeyville CC completed their charge through the College National Finals Rodeo by turning in the second-fastest time of the final round, a 6.2, to solidify their lead and lock up a national championship.
DURANT — Following the conclusion of the 2015 spring semester a total of 116 Southeastern student-athletes have earned a spot on the Athletic Director’s Honor Roll for their work in the classroom over the semester.
DURANT — Southeastern men’s basketball coach Kelly Green has announced the signing of junior college transfer Marti Fonolla, who will join the team for the 2015-16 season.
Bonham senior Jared Prock agrees to play baseball for Ranger Junior College on Friday morning in the Bonham High School library.
Austin Adams entered high school with a decision to make. Although he didn’t really view it as a tough one to make.
Two Gunter seniors announced where they will be playing college sports on Tuesday at Gunter High School. (Top) Cristin Conner commits with University of the Ozarks to play soccer. (Bottom) Spencer Lashley signed with Oklahoma Baptist University to pole vault.
DURANT — In advance of its 2015 convention in June, the National Association of Collegiate Marketing Administrators (NACMA) has honored Southeastern athletic marketing with a variety of honors.
WHITESBORO — Due to his height, Wiley Walsh made his presence known around the basket at both ends of the floor. But he always had an eye on expanding his range if he was going to play beyond high school.