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Nate Feken is a sports reporter/anchor 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
  • Tuttle Football Tradition Continues With Hunter Anthony

    Towering over the Tuttle Tiger huddle is Hunter Anthony. A six-foot-seven inch, 300 pound plus gentle giant who’s pushing towards his future on a college campus, but not without forgetting his hometown team. “He’s a very, very kind person,” Brad Ballard, Tuttle High School head football coach, said.  “He’s a giant, but one of the most kind people I’ve ever been around.  All of our coaches’ kids come up here, and they just flock to Hunter.  Can’t say enough about […]

  • OK Prep Standout QB Casey Thompson To Enroll At Newcastle

    Oklahoma standout prep quarterback Casey Thompson has withdrawn from Southmoore High School, and will enroll at Newcastle High School due to personal family reasons, sources told KFOR sports. Thompson spent the last three seasons at Southmoore, and is rated by most recruiting services as a four star prospect. He recently committed to play college football for the University of Texas starting in the fall of 2018. Former Southmoore coach, Jeff Brickman, is the head coach for Newcastle, and will coach Thompson again. […]

  • Rockets Assistant & Carl Albert Grad Irv Roland Remembers Roots In OKC

    Look just past James Harden and you will see one of OKC’s own working with the Houston hero. Carl Albert grad Irv Roland has passed his way through the NBA ranks. Turning an internship into a player development position with the Rockets. Working side by side with ‘The Beard’ while making a case for the MVP. ‘It`s been an unreal season,’ Irv Roland, Rockets player development coach, said. ‘To see him put up the type of numbers that he did. […]

  • Kenny Gajewski Teaches Toughness To OSU Softball

    As Kenny Gajewski looks out over his softball program the changes are obvious. Both on and off the field. Upgrading his Cowgirls record each season, their uniforms and facilities by embracing the program’s past. “I wanted these kids to understand why I came back here,” Gajewski said.  “I came here because history was already here.  Tradition was already here.  This is why we have all these nice things.  It’s from alumni and the people before you who really laid the […]

  • Former Sooner Standout Jordan Evans Drafted By Bengals, Finds Second Home In Cincinnati

    Saturday afternoon was a rollercoaster ride experience for Norman native Jordan Evans as the four year force on OU’s defense waited to be drafted. After some naps and calls from unknown area codes Evans had one other close call before the Cincinnati Bengals made his NFL dreams come true drafting him in the sixth round. “They said Jordan … Willis,” Evans said.  “Man when they said, Jordan I swear my heart sunk.  I was like, wait.  What?  Then it made […]

  • Thunder Take Game Three In Thriller, Westbrook Triple Doubles Again

    The Oklahoma City Thunder survived a late launch by the Houston Rockets to take game three of their NBA opening round playoff series 115-113. Russell Westbrook led the way for the Thunder with his second straight triple double, but missed a late free throw that gave James Harden an opportunity for a potential game winning three pointer that the Rockets star missed just before the final buzzer. Westbrook finished with 32 points, 13 rebounds and 11 assists. Harden, a former […]

  • Southmoore Star Casey Thompson Commits To Texas With Three Hats

    Rising senior Southmoore High School star quarterback Casey Thompson committed to the University of Texas in exciting fashion on Thursday, April 13. Thompson chose Texas over North Carolina, Tennessee, Miami, Central Florida and Oklahoma after a unique hat ceremony. Casey’s father, Charles, and older brother, Kendal, both played at the University of Oklahoma, Texas’ arch rival. “I expect a lot of criticism from people around here, and just different fans,” Thompson said.  “But my family they’re real supportive, and obviously […]

  • Thunder, Rockets NBA Playoff Series Schedule Announced

    The Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets NBA playoff series schedule was officially announced on Thursday, April 13. The Thunder will play their first two games on the road since they are the lower seed. Game one tips off at 8 p.m. CT in Houston on Sunday, April 16, and will be broadcast on TNT. The Thunder return home for their guaranteed two home games on Friday, April 21. Game three tips off at 8:30 p.m. CT from inside Chesapeake Energy […]

  • Russell Recognized For Record, Thunder Fall In Regular Season Finale

    The NBA and basketball hall of famer Oscar Robertson honored Russell Westbrook for setting the NBA single season triple double record on Wednesday night, April 12, before the Denver Nuggets ruined the festivities with a 111-105 win over the Oklahoma City Thunder in their regular season finale. Robertson was the lone NBA player to average a triple double, recording double digits in three different statistical categories, prior to this season. Westbrook became the second to do so after Wednesday night, […]

  • Millwood Gold Medalist Gil Roberts Remembers Past, Runs For Future

    Track spikes have taken Gil Roberts world wide. Taking his turn to train daily, but breaking for rest just four weeks a year. Originally out of Oklahoma City, he now calls Los Angeles home, but it all began at Millwood High School. Gil glided to state titles in football, basketball and track for the Falcons, but seeking success in other sports comes differently than his current craft. “In basketball you have a lot of chances to get it right,” Roberts […]

  • Boynton Leads OSU Basketball After Whirlwind Weeks

    “Our new sheriff, Mike Boynton,” Mike Holder, Oklahoma State athletic director, announced. Almost a year to the date after his former boss, Brad Underwood, embraced OSU Mike Boynton did the same. Going from watching Underwood run the show to posing for pictures as head coach in just ten days. “I wasn’t even here when Coach Underwood announced to the team that he was leaving,” Boynton said.  “I was in Oklahoma City with my wife and family.  It was all just […]