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Nate Feken is a sports photojournalist/reporter for Oklahoma News Channel 4.

He is very excited to be working in Oklahoma City; the majority of his family is from Oklahoma and he considers this his “home” now.

Nate comes to Oklahoma City from Beckley, West Virginia , after spending five months working as WOAY-TV’s weekend sports anchor/reporter.

Nate graduated from the University of Oklahoma with a degree in journalism.

While at OU, Nate spent lots of time working for OUTV, the journalism school’s TV station.

He was a weekday sports anchor/reporter for OU Nightly and worked as a host/reporter for “OUr Sports Pad.”

During his time at OU he also interned and free-lanced for KFOR’s sports department.

Nate could not be happier to cover the Thunder, Cowboys, Sooners or any other sports teams and events around Oklahoma City.

Recent Articles
  • MLB All Star Sharp In OKC Dodgers Loss

    Four time Major League Baseball all-star Carl Crawford went three for four from the plate for the Oklahoma City Dodgers as they dropped their fourth straight game to the Omaha Storm Chasers 8-2. After missing more than two months with a strained muscle in his side, Crawford began his rehab assignment with OKC as a designated hitter on Sunday, July 5. With the loss, the Dodgers drop to 53-29 this season. OKC continues its four game series with Omaha on Monday, […]

  • NHL & Edmond’s Matt Donovan Hosts Hockey Camp

    Oklahoma native and National Hockey League player Matt Donovan hosts his annual youth hockey camp from the Blazers Ice Centre this week. Donovan is the first born and raised Oklahoman to play in the NHL and finished last season with the New York Islanders. His camp started Monday, June 29, and runs from around 8:30-11:30 a.m. each day until Friday, July 3. Donovan and other coaches run the campers through three hours of conditioning, stick drills, competitive drills and games each […]

  • Point Guard The Family Business For Thunder’s Payne

    Cameron Payne has yet to officially put on a Thunder jersey, but he and thunder personnel say there’s an up and down journey ahead. One thing everyone seemed to agree on was that the Memphis product knows how to play his position on the floor. “He’s got a lot of traits that really translate in terms of the position,” Thunder General Manager, Sam Presti, said. “He’s got a great since of space on the floor and the ball moves on […]

  • Extra Time In OKC Special To Thunder’s Cameron Payne

    Cameron Payne touched his own Thunder jersey for the first time this morning. Payne worked his way up from the 41st rated point guard in his high school class to the 14th overall pick. A work ethic that drew the Thunder’s attention. “He doesn’t anticipate or expect things to lay out perfectly for him,” Thunder General Manager, Sam Presti, said. “They haven’t to this point and he’s worked himself through a process of development which we think will bode well […]

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    Thunder GM Sam Presti Remembers Bob Barry Jr

    Bob Barry Jr. had long sought out an exclusive one-on-one interview with the Oklahoma City Thunder organization and had recently set one up with Thunder General Manager Sam Presti. Unfortunately, Jr passed away before he was able to follow through with that interview with Presti. Presti was gracious enough to sit down with just me and remember Jr. Jr wasn’t your average sports reporter. He was a definite fan of the Thunder; he could often be seen wearing Thunder gear and even […]

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    Edmond North Golf Team Shows The Ropes Of Top Golf

    With top golf set to open this week, I recruited a group of guys who already have plenty of experience from the tee box, the Edmond North High School golf team. Who’s won their fair share of state titles and has already played at the top golf in Dallas plus they can show you how the game is played and how to win “I’ve been looking forward to top golf for two years now ever since they announced the construction […]

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    Romero Sisters Living Out Goals With USA Softball

    For many athletes the highest honor possible is to represent their country in their sport. This summer Sydney Romero, an incoming Sooner softball standout, gets to live a life long goal by suiting up for America’s Junior Women’s National Team. In fact, Sydney traded in her cap and gown for cleats this week. Passing up her high school graduation to train with team USA. “It’s an honor,” Sydney said. “It’s been a dream of mine since I was a very […]

  • Edmond Santa Fe’s Jeffries Wins Another Dunk Contest

    After throwing down several impressive dunks at the 50th Annual Faith 7 Bowl All Star game on Saturday, June 6, Edmond Santa Fe grad DaQuan Jeffries took home the event’s dunk contest . Jeffries threw down a dunk off the side of the backboard and then completed a through the legs dunk to win the contest. It’s Jeffries second dunk contest wins in as many weeks. Jeffries will continue his basketball career at Oral Roberts University. Watch the video above to see […]

  • Texas Takes 50th Faith 7 All Star Game

    The Texas All Stars took down Oklahoma’s team 132-119 in the 50th Annual Faith 7 Bowl All Star game. Incoming OU Sooner Rashard Odomes, of Copperas Cove, Texas, scored a game high 37 points and pulled down 11 rebound to lead the Texans. Edmond Memorial product Curran Scott led Oklahoma with 28 points. Odomes and Scott were their team’s most valuable players. Former Edmond Santa Fe starter DaQuan Jeffries won the slam dunk contest. Watch the video above to see highlights from the […]

  • Get To Know OU Basketball’s Rashard Odomes

    Rashard Odomes won’t officially take the court with the OU basketball team until the fall of 2015, but he’s already creating some positive attention for himself in Oklahoma. The Copperas Cove, Texas product had a game high 37 points and pulled down 11 rebounds in the Faith 7 Bowl All Star Game on Saturday, June 6. Odomes averaged over 25 points and 12 rebounds a game at Copperas Cove High. Odomes finished his high school career as his school’s all time leading scorer. […]

  • Former State Champ, Sooner Stars Give Back To Area Youth

    Terrance Jackson sees a potential problem for the next generation of young area athletes and is out to fix it. The former Midwest City High state football champ turned clothing company CEO recently held a football camp to help area youth through his faith-based lifestyle apparel company, Armor And Glory. After experiencing his own trials as a prep recruit, Jackson wants to help local kids realize their true potential and prepare them for a life beyond athletics. “Athletics is just […]