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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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    Bedlam Men Rematch Set For Big 12 Tournament

    The Big 12 men’s basketball tournament will feature the third Bedlam matchup of the season on Thursday, March 12. Three seed Oklahoma will square off with six seed Oklahoma State in the quarterfinal round of the tournament. OU comes into the game fresh off a last second 75-73 win over Kansas on Saturday, March 7. The Sooners have won nine of their last 11 games. Lon Kruger’s club has also won four straight Bedlam games, sweeping the Cowboys in the […]

  • Lomega Girls, Glencoe Boys Win State Title

    The Lomega girl’s basketball team won the Class B state title with a 52-39 win over Coyle on Saturday, March 7. The win gives Lomega their fourth state title in nine years. Lomega led by six points at half before building their lead in the after intermission and cruised to the school’s twelfth girl’s basketball title. This year’s title gives Lomega the lead for the most state titles, 12, for one school in girl’s basketball. Maci Mendell led the way for Lomega with a game high 24 points. […]

  • Small School Hoops State Title Spots On The Line

    Oklahoma’s small high school basketball state semifinals finished up on Friday, March 6. Thomas-Fay-Custer advances to the Class A state title after beating Kiowa 53-42. Chezden Neese led Thomas with a game high 17 points. Thomas-Fay-Custer draws two-time defending state champs Glencoe in the title game on Saturday, March 7, at 1:45 p.m. In Class B girl’s action, Coyle out scored Fort Cobb-Broxton 9-1 in overtime leading to a 59-51 win. Coyle advances to the state title game and faces off with Lomega […]

  • State Tourney Begins For Small School Hoops

    Oklahoma’s small school, Class A and B, high school basketball state tournaments are officially under way for the 2014-15 season. Carl Albert High School hosted a branch of the boy’s Class B games. Lookeba-Sickles took down Tipton 64-58 in overtime in the first contest. Lookeba-Sickles out scored Tipton 9-5 in the extra period, scoring all their points from the free throw line. In the second game, Southwest Covenant, of Yukon, won a tight one over Cimarron 52-50. Both schools advance to the […]

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    Russell Westbrook To Start, Wear Mask Against 76ers

    After missing just one game with a broken bone in his cheek, Thunder point guard Russell Westbrook will return to the starting lineup against the Philadelphia 76ers on Tuesday night, March 4. Westbrook says he will wear a clear, protective mask on his face prevent any further damage to the bone for the time being. The 26-year-old broke the zygomatic arch bone in his cheek on February 27, late in the Thunder’s loss at Portland. Doctors corrected the fracture with surgery the next day […]

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    Kevin Durant Breaks Silence On Latest Surgery

    Kevin Durant met with the media this morning, March 4, for the first time since having a second surgery to address a fracture in his right foot. The second surgery was to place a new screw in the reigning MVP’s foot after the first screw was causing soreness and irritation for him. The 26-year-old has missed the Thunder’s last six games recovering from the latest surgery. Durant did not give a specific timeline for his return but did add, “I should be fine here […]

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    Westbrook recovering from surgery, will miss Lakers game

    OKLAHOMA CITY — The Oklahoma City Thunder announced Russell Westbrook underwent surgery to address a broken cheek bone on Saturday, February 28. The break occurred in the zygomatic arch in his cheek after Andre Roberson accidentally hit his knee into Westbrook’s face late in the loss at Portland on Friday, February 27. Westbrook will miss the Laker game in Los Angeles on Sunday, March 1. He will be reevaluated later this week. The All-Star guard had the surgery performed at […]

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    Najera Returns To Oklahoma, Working Towards NBA

    Many Oklahomans will remember Eduardo Najera for his gritty play on the court for the Sooners. The Chihuahua, Mexico native says his experiences at OU prepped him for his professional life, in sneakers, including a 12 year run in the NBA. After retiring from pro basketball, Najera’s passion for hoops led him back on to the court as head coach for the Texas Legends NBA Developmental League team. “I could easily be retired and somewhere on a beach drinking beer […]

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    OSU Football Assistant Takes Job With Arkansas

    As KFOR Sports’ Bob Barry Jr reported this morning, OSU running backs coach Jemal Singleton is taking a job on the University of Arkansas coaching staff. OSU sources tell me RB coach Jemal Singleton *definitely* taking same job @ Arkansas for nice pay raise, leaving MGundy with 3 openings now. — Bob Barry, Jr. (@bbjsports) February 25, 2015 Arkansas head coach Brett Bielema announced on Wednesday, February 25, that Singleton will coach the Razorbacks running backs and work as the […]

  • OKC Blue Beat Former Sooners Team

    The Oklahoma City Blue picked up their 20th win of the season with a 95-82 victory over the Texas Legends. Semaj Christon, a 2014 Thunder draft pick, had a game high 19 points and passed out four assists in the win. Fellow 2014 draft pick, Josh Huestis added eleven points and was one of six Blue players in double figures. The Legends are led by former Sooner star Eduardo Najera and dropped to 16-17 on the season after the loss. […]

  • PC West Wins Regular Season Finale, Storm Victorious In Own Tournament

    Putnam City West wrapped up the Oklahoma high school basketball regular season with a 61-41 win over Bishop McGuinness on Friday, February 20. West finished the regular season with 20 wins and just two losses, while McGuinness registered a 12-8 record. West hosts Del City High School on February 27, at 8 p.m. to open the regional round of the state 6A playoffs. McGuinness takes on Yukon in the opening round of the post season at Edmond Memorial on the 27th […]