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Lane Yaunt takes

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Lane Yaunt takes a shot at the rim Friday during the Tiger’s 33-39 loss to Perkins/Tryon..

Cushing’s Lola Nanaeto

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Cushing’s Lola Nanaeto splits the Perkins defense as she attacks the paint. The Lady Tigers fell to the Lady Demons Friday, 31-34, taking their record to 4-6 on the season..

Athletes of the Week

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Rachel Sherwood Rachel Sherwood scored 11 points against the Perkins Tryon Demons last week and shot 100 percent from the free throw line. ““The key is not the will to win… everybody has that.

In the paint

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Tiger forward Dominic Turner battles to put up a shot inside after pulling down an off ensive rebound against the Perkins/Tryon Demons Friday. Turner led the Tigers in scoring with 15 points..

Tiger Wrestling Senior Night

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Hayden Fry, the son of Kyle and Angela Fry Beau Stokes, the son of Toni Stokes Hayden Lemmons, the son of Randi Lemmons and Ashley Joiner Emarie Looper, the daughter of Lonnie and Shey Looper Luke Ahrberg, the son of Rick and Jill Ahrberg William Simpson, the son of Jeff and Donna Simpson Dakota and Deryk Allen, sons of Mike and Tammy Allen.

ATHLETES OF THE WEEK

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All District Tigers Earlier this week, the all-district roster was released for District 4A-2 and eight members of the 2020 Cushing Tiger football team were honored..

Athletes of the Week

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Austin Munday Munday’s quickness in the defensive secondary gave the Cushing Tigers a weapon and opposing teams a reason not to try and throw the ball. “You’re not going to enjoy every minute of the journey, but the success you’ll find at the end will make it all worth it.” — Mohamed Ali Haden Fry Senior Haden Fry had six solo tackles and 13 total against Wagoiner Friday.

Historic Tiger season ends in Wagoner

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For all but one team in every high school football playoff bracket, the season will end with a loss. Such was the case for the Cushing Tigers, who ended their 2020 season with a 14-40 loss to Wagoner and fi nished with 9-4 record.

A good run

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Tiger Senior Tristan Jackson holds back emotion as his season, and high school football career, ends Friday, in Wagoner. The Tigers fell to Wagoner 14-40, in the state championship semifi nals, making a playoff run that was much deeper than expected when the season started Sept. 4.