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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

2018 in Review: OKWU Basketball Wins KCAC Tournament

Dec 26, 2018

With 2018 coming to a close in just a matter of days we will continue our look back at some of the top stories in local sports. Donnie Bostwick’s return to Oklahoma Wesleyan University as its men’s basketball coach was a major story in 2017. Under his guidance the Eagles returned to N ... read more »

2018 Look Back: Indians Win Winget

Dec 26, 2018

With 2018 a little under a week away from being over, this week we will take a look back at some of the best local sports stories from the area. One of the coolest stories happened during one of the warmest months of the year. The Doenges Ford Indian’s took home yet another Glen Wi ... read more »

Nowata Hoops in Great Shape Heading to 2019

Dec 21, 2018

Nowata basketball finds itself in a great place heading into winter break. The Ironmen faced a tough task heading into to the season as they needed to replace their top eight scorers from last year’s team who nearly made the 2A state tournament. So far, Nowata is off to a 7-2 start. The ... read more »

Sport Promoted to new Bruin Football Coach

Dec 20, 2018

Bartlesville High School has selected a new head football coach. Jason Sport will be promoted from within the staff to become the ninth head coach in Bruin football history. Sport served as Bartlesville’s defensive coordinator this past season under former head coach Lee Blankenship ... read more »

OKU Travels to Quapaw to Wrap up First Semester

Dec 20, 2018

Oklahoma Union basketball is one of the few teams left playing in the area as the 2018 portion of the season’s schedule winds down. OKU travels to Quapaw for its final game of the first semester on Friday. The Cougars have gotten off to a great start as they currently hold a 9-1 record ... read more »

WACHA Provides Opportunity for Homeschool Hoopers

Dec 20, 2018

A startup basketball team of a homeschool players is creating quite a buzz in Washington County. The Washington County Homeschool Alliance Ambassadors are a first-year program that creates opportunities for homeschoolers Bartlesville, Dewey, Caney Valley and Copan to show off their athletic talen ... read more »

WCS Tough Task at Barnsdall

Dec 20, 2018

Another local boy's basketball team that is starting to find its groove is Wesleyan Christian. The Mustangs will have a tough test on Thursday evening on the road at Barnsdall. WCS blasted Wynona on Tuesday, winning by 52 points, 73-21. Wesleyan Christian is a Class B school, but just lik ... read more »

BHS Swimming Working Through the Break

Dec 20, 2018

Winter Break is basically here and for Lady Bruin and Bruin swimming, it comes at a good time. Head coach Chad Englehart is working with a younger group this season. He still has veterans on the girl’s side with four or five girls out of the 18 that were at the state meet this past seas ... read more »