Sports


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 Adam Hooper. 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

OKWU Baseball to Host NAIA Regional

May 02, 2017

It is another first for Oklahoma Wesleyan baseball. The NAIA officially selected OKWU and the city of Bartlesville as a host for the opening round of the NAIA baseball tournament on Monday afternoon. That means the Eagles will play in a five-team regional at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium ... read more »

Bruin Baseball Headed to Edmond for Regionals

May 01, 2017

The Bartlesville High baseball team vaulted itself into fourth place in 6A District-4 with eight wins in its last 10 tries. The winning streak has the Bruins headed to Deer Creek for its regional that begins on Wednesday. Bartlesville is the no. 2 seed in the Deer Creek Regional and will ... read more »

Bruins Walk Off in Finale

Apr 29, 2017

The Bartlesville High baseball team had a storybook end to its regular season on Friday afternoon at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium. The Bruins swept a double-header against Moore and Bixby, and finished in a tie for fourth place in 6A District 4. BHS topped Moore in game one 4-2, then bea ... read more »

Area Baseball District Playoff Scores

Apr 28, 2017

Several Northeast Oklahoma teams punched their ticket to Regionals in 2A and 3A playoffs on Thursday.  All District Tournaments are best two out of three games.  3A Scores: Dewey advances to regionals Game 1 Dewey: 10 Nowata: 0 Game 2 Dewey 15 Nowat ... read more »

BHS girl's Soccer Nixed

Apr 28, 2017

The Bartlesville High girl's soccer game at home on Friday night has been canceled.  The Lady Bruins were scheduled to play Bishop McGuinness at Custer Stadium. Rains on Friday night would make travel too dangerous, so they canceled the non-district game.  BHS will play in r ... read more »

Bruin Baseball Home on Friday

Apr 28, 2017

Rains were light on Thursday evening across Green Country, which means Friday's Bartlesville High baseball games are good to go as scheduled.  The Bruins will host Moore at 1:00 PM then Bixby at 3:30 PM at Bill Doenges Memorial Stadium.  There was a slight chance of playing ... read more »

BHS Baseball Schedule Change

Apr 27, 2017

April showers bring high school baseball scheduling changes. Bartlesville High will try to dodge the raindrops at the end of this week to play two previously rescheduled district games. BHS has moved its double-header with Bixby and Moore to Friday afternoon at 1:00 PM and 3:30 PM at Bill ... read more »

Lady Bruin Golf Headed to State

Apr 27, 2017

The Bartlesville High girl's golf team is headed back to the 6A State Golf Tournament after a good performance in Regionals on Tuesday.  The BHS girl's took sixth place in the East-Side Regional at the Broken Arrow Golf and Athletic Club. Faith Hopkins led BHS with a 73. She ... read more »