Tulsa Rev falls to Mexico

RevolutionVsMexicoTULSA, OK—The Tulsa Revolution indoor soccer team hosted the Mexican National Indoor team on Saturday night in the Cox Business Center arena Saturday night, in what Revolution head coach Dave Yates said was a “wake-up call” the more experienced Mexican squad handed the Revs an 11-3 loss.

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Oilers win big in Allen

OilersLeagueLogoALLEN, TX—Nathan Lutz and T.J. Caig had two goals and new goaltender Kevin Carr made 38 saves on 44 shots as the Tulsa Oilers began the ECHL era with a big win over the former Central Hockey League Champion Allen Americans 9-6 in front of 5,008 in the Allen Event Center.

The Oilers took charge of the game early.  Caig got the first goal for the Tulsa Oilers in the ECHL at 9:21 of the first period when he punched home a rebound off Americans goalie Aaron Dell to put the Oilers up 1-0.  Drew Fisher extended the Tulsa lead less than 90 seconds lated when he sent a backhand shot over Dell to give the visitors a 2-0 cushion they would take into the intermission.  They also edged the Americans in shots 11-10 at period’s end.

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State monument destroyed

TenCommandmentsMonumentUpdated: FOX25 in OKC is reporting that the U.S. Secret Service has arrested a suspect for allegedly destroying the Ten Commandments monument at the Oklahoma State Capitol.

OHP troopers discovered the crashed monument around 7:00 p.m. Thursday evening.  Troopers found an abandoned vehicle that had been driven into the statue.

The Secret Service tells FOX25 they arrested the suspect after he went to the Federal Court building, admitted to crashing his car into the statue and then making threatening statements against President Barack Obama.

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Trout fishing heats up

An angler holds up his stringer after adding another rainbow trout at the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. (Photo by wildlifedepartment.com)

An angler holds up his stringer after adding another rainbow trout at the Blue River Public Fishing and Hunting Area. (Photo by wildlifedepartment.com)

The arrival of cooler weather doesn’t end great fishing in Oklahoma so don’t be so quick to store your rods and reels for next spring.  During the winter months Oklahoma’s designated trout fishing areas offer outstanding angling.

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation operates two year-round trout fisheries in the Lower Mountain Fork River below Broken Bow dam and in the Lower Illinois River below Tenkiller Ferry Dam. Trout are stocked in those areas every week or two.

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