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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
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    Thunder Drop Third Straight In Loss At Utah

    The Oklahoma City Thunder dropped their third straight game in a 98-81 loss to the Jazz at Utah. The Thunder fall to 3-9 on the year and continued to struggle with out Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook available. The loss drops Scott Brooks’ squad to 1-6 on the road this season. All five of the Jazz’s starters scored in double figures, led by Alec Burks 20 points. Jeremy Lamb paced the Thunder with 19 points, going 3-7 behind the arc. […]

  • Friday Night Heroes, Playoffs Week 1

    The first round of the 2014 Oklahoma high school football playoffs provided plenty of exciting moments. In the bigger division of class 6A, Mustang pulled a 22-19 upset win at Broken Arrow. Mustang will take on Tulsa Union in the 6A-I semifinals on Friday, November 21. In the smaller division of class 6A, Midwest City, the only Oklahoma City area school to host in the first round of class 6A, was upset by Sand Springs 29-28 in overtime. Del City successfully scored on a […]

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    Bucks Beat Thunder, OKC Winless On Road

    The Oklahoma City Thunder dropped to 0-5 on the road on the season after falling short to the Bucks 85-78 in Milwaukee. The loss was the Thunder’s first to the Bucks since 2010. The Thunder set season low marks in points, 78, and shooting percentage, 33. After leading by seven points after the first quarter, OKC shot just 29 percent in the remaining three periods. Scott Brooks’ squad struggled to score in the fourth, putting up just four points during an eight […]

  • Week 10 – Friday Night Heroes

    Week ten marks the final round of regular season games for Oklahoma high school football. Many of the precious playoff spots came down to the wire for several of our games. Deer Creek took down Guthrie 26-21 to claim one of the 5A district titles. Staying in class 5A, Bishop McGuinness locked up a playoff spot with a 19-7 win over Piedmont. Harrah won one of 4A’s district titles with a 42-35 victory over Ada. It took overtime for Southmoore to punch […]

  • A Woman coach in Oklahoma City is breaking barriers and impacting the gridiron and hardwood

    In a male dominated sport, one Oklahoma City public school has been breaking tradition all season long. It started out as a joke, but US Grant physical education teacher Jessica Moore is now a member of the high school football team’s coaching staff. Moore will also take her whistle to the hardwood this winter and coach US Grant’s women’s basketball team. After originally having her eyes set on becoming a personal trainer, Moore chose coaching to hope to have an impact […]

  • Bronchos Beat Ichabods For Sixth Win

    The University of Central Oklahoma football team beat Washburn University 35-26 to improve to 6-2 on the season. The win insures the Broncho’s first winning season since 2008. Nick Bobeck’s team rushed for 338 rushing yards, giving UCO 35 straight wins when rushing for over 250 yards. UCO plays Northeastern State on November 1, at 2:00 p.m. for homecoming. Brian Brinkley has the highlights in the video above.

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    Thunder Lose Fourth Straight In Exhibition Finale

    The Oklahoma City Thunder lost their fourth straight game in their preseason finale, falling 105-91 to the Utah Jazz. Scott Brooks’ club finished the 2014 preseason with two wins, five losses. Perry Jones led OKC with 20 points off the bench. Russell Westbrook started and played 27 minutes, scoring 14 points and passed out 11 assists. In his first appearance of the year, Nick Collison scored eight points in 11 minutes. Kevin Durant, Reggie Jackson, Grant Jerrett, Jeremy Lamb, Mitch […]

  • VIDEO: Thursday Night Heroes: Week 6

    With the playoffs quickly approaching in Oklahoma high school football, our top game of Thursday night from week six comes in class 6A. Mustang traveled to Norman North for a district showdown; the Broncos rode to a 41-27 win over North to keep their perfect district record alive and improve to 5-1 on the season. Heritage Hall improved to 5-1 and kept their district record perfect with a 35-7 win over Perkins-Tryon in 3A action. Putnam City West picked up their […]

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    Thunder Rookie, McGary, To Miss Around Six Weeks

    Oklahoma City Thunder rookie Mitch McGary will be out around six weeks after breaking a bone in his foot in the team’s first preseason game. McGary broke the bone in the Thunder’s game in Denver versus the Nuggets on Wednesday, October 8. The former Michigan Wolverine had 14 points on 7-14 shooting as well as four rebounds and two steals in the game. Reigning MVP Kevin Durant recently spoke very highly of the rookie saying, “he’s one of the best teammates […]

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    Knight, Sooners Meet Neighbors The Night After TCU Loss

    Trevor Knight, his brother Connor, starting OU center Ty Darlington and two other Sooner’s spent part of their Sunday night at a Norman block party meeting neighbors and posing for pictures. According to Connie Williams Facebook post, the Sooner players spent several hours visiting with their neighbors just a night after their upset loss to TCU. Knight and the neighborhood kids can even be seen doing the hook ‘em down symbol in preparation for OU’s game with Texas on Saturday, […]

  • VIDEO: Thunder Blue-White Scrimmage Visits Choctaw

    The Oklahoma City Thunder held their annual blue-white scrimmage at Choctaw High School on Sunday, October 5. The white team, made up of assorted Thunder players, beat the blue team 64-53 after three-quarters of play. The scrimmage marked the public début of several new members of the Thunder. Among those making their first public appearance with the team was off-season free agent signee Anthony Morrow and Thunder rookie Mitch McGary. Kevin Durant, the NBA’s reigning MVP, was very complimentary of Morrow, […]