The Cherokee Phoenix is hosting a free college basketball bracket contest with entries being accepted from March 15-19.
Cherokee Nation citizen Lindy Waters scores 19 and collects five rebounds in a 64-57 win.
A public celebration for the 2018 Class 3A state champion Sequoyah Lady Indians basketball team will be held at 6 p.m. on March 27 at The Plac…
Locust Grove is set to play Heritage Hall at 7 p.m. in Sapulpa, Oklahoma.
One hundred players have been nominated for the honor.
Cherokee Nation citizen Angel Goodrich scored 27 points for the 11th-seeded Kansas Jayhawks, who rallied in the second half for a 70-64 win ov…
Cherokee Nation citizen Angel Goodrich scores 20 points to lead the Jayhawks to their first tournament win since 1999.
The shoe is the result of collaborative research development and fit testing in partnership with the American Indian community.
Cherokee Nation citizen Kevi Luper scores 41 points putting her atop the league's career points list.
The Nike Air Native N7 is the result of collaborative research development and fit testing in partnership with American Indian communities.
Sequoyah Schools senior Eric Kirkpatrick signs a letter of intent with Connors State College in Warner, Okla.
Pro Golf Association professionals will be offering free lessons and swing tips and will also help golfers test out the latest equipment.
The former Sequoyah Indian is charged with possession of drug paraphernalia on Dec. 12.
Sequoyah High School graduate Wesley Nofire goes 2-0 with a 41-second, first round knockout.
The Tahlequah, Okla. native will fight in his second professional bout.
Cherokee skeet shooter takes another shooting title.
A fundraiser to support her competition will be held in the CN Financial Resources building on Oct. 28.
Paula Sloan, the squad's second year coach, embraces the opportunities and challenges of coaching. Sloan and five squad members are Cherokee.
The Tahlequah native made his professional debut at Xtreme Fight Night on Aug. 26
Crystal Reeves has the goal of playing on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour.
Cherokee Nation citizen Crystal Reeves is competing in the U.S. Women?s Amateur golf tournament at the Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington.
The two-day camp teaches students respect, discipline and trust and features prominent football coaches and players.
Schools with selective enrollments, such as Sequoyah, have to meet certain criteria before being bumped up a class for athletics.
The 10th annual Jim Thorpe Native All-Star football game allows student athletes to identify unique talents, set goals and achieve dreams.