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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.

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    Friday Night Heroes Playoffs Week Three

    Week three of Oklahoma’s high school football playoffs was filled full of rain, sleet, wind, cold weather and tough conditions. Heritage Hall won their 25th straight game beating Hilldale 41-6 at home. Hall scored 41 unanswered points to win. The Chargers advance to class 3A’s semifinal round to play Lone Grove on Friday, December 4. Jones used two fourth quarter touchdowns to take down Roland on the road 16-6. The Longhorns advance to the 3A semi’s and will play the winner […]

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    VIDEO: Cashion Advances In Class A Playoffs, Survives Crazy Conditions

    Cashion survived some crazy weather conditions and Hollis with a 8-6 win to advance in Oklahoma’s Class A football playoffs. Matt Harman ran in a two yard touchdown and then converted a two point conversion for Cashion’s winning score. Hollis scored on their opening drive and was held scoreless the rest of the game. Both teams battled the wind, rain, sleet and a muddy field during the game. Many Cashion fans watched from cars parked around the field, and honked […]

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    John Marshall Star Playing In Army All American Game

    John Marshall senior football player Tramonda Moore accepted an invitation to play in the U.S. Army All-American Bowl and received a game jersey at John Marshall High School on Friday afternoon, November 20. Moore is one of 90 of the top high school players in the country selected to play in the game. Some recruiting services consider Tramonda to be the top senior high school football player in the state of Oklahoma. Moore holds offers from schools like OU, OSU, UCLA, Missouri and […]

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    Inside The Locker Room: High School Football Pregame Speeches Uncovered

    Pregame speeches. They’ve been made popular by Hollywood. It’s the last opportunity to get a final message across from a head coach to his team. Three different area coaches allowed us into their locker rooms before games and they took the field for insight to these messages, and unlike the movies there are no scripts. “You have worked extremely hard to get to this point,” Webb told his team before their first game of 2015.  “This is your turn now.” […]

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    Cowboys Comeback For Twelfth Straight Win, Talk Playoff Politicking

    The Oklahoma State football team completed their third comeback win of 15 or more points this season in their 35-31 win over Iowa State. The win gives OSU their 12th straight, good enough for the second longest streak in school history. It’s just the second time in OSU history that they’ve had a 10-0 record. The Pokes also remain in the thick of the college football playoff picture with their undefeated record after ten games. To hear from the Cowboys after the win and to […]

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    John Marshall High School Star Plays For Fallen Friend

    At around six-foot-five and 330 pounds it’s tough to miss John Marshall lineman Tramonda Moore. But, college scholarship offers didn’t come rolling in until late this summer and Moore jumped to the potential he’s long heard about. “It’s just a blessing,” Moore said.  “To have no one looking at you, it’s just a matter of months and just kind of blowing up.  I heard it a lot when I was little me being so big, bigger than all the other […]

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    Sooners Blow By Iowa State, Excited For Baylor

    The University of Oklahoma’s football team improved to 8-1 on the year after taking down Iowa State 52-16 on Saturday, November 7. Bob Stoops’ Sooners used explosive plays on offense in the win, scoring touchdowns from 55, 57, 74 and 75 yards out. In fact, on six of OU’s seven touchdown drives they scored in five plays or less, and a different Sooner scored each touchdown. OU now looks to get their ninth win of the season in Waco against […]

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    Thursday Night Heroes Week Ten: Heritage Hall Undefeated in Regular Season, Edmond Santa Fe Rolls

    The final week of Oklahoma’s high school football regular season began on Thursday with several games being played around the metro. Heritage Hall shut out Purcell 42-0 to finish the regular season 10-0. The Chargers are the reigning class 3A state champs and have now won 22 straight games. Edmond Santa Fe cruised to a 41-14 win over Norman at Wantland Stadium. The Wolves finish the season 6-4 and will make the 6A-1 playoffs. In other action around OKC, Mustang […]

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    Friday Night Heroes Week Nine

    With the playoffs just a week away and with teams facing rainy conditions on Friday, October 30, it was a crucial night for high school football across Oklahoma. For all the highlights watch the videos above. Here’s the scores of all the games KFOR covered: Heritage Hall 45 – Kingfisher 7 Bishop McGuinness 42 – Western Heights 0 Guthrie 28 – Carl Albert 17 Lawton MacArthur 37 – Del City 0 Luther 36 – Millwood 12 Douglass 36 – Blanchard 6 Lawton […]

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    Thursday Night Heroes Week Nine: Norman North, Deer Creek Roll, PCO Wins In OT

    With impending heavy rain and bad weather expected to hit central Oklahoma on Friday, October 30, several high schools moved their games up a night to Thursday. Moving their game up a night paid off for Norman North as they beat Moore 48-14. Deer Creek traveled south to take down Southeast 56-6. Putnam City used a passing touchdown and goal line stand to beat Norman 28-21 in overtime. For highlights of all the action watch the video above.

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    Cowboys See Homecoming In Different Ways

    An estimated 80,000 people come to Stillwater each year to take part in what’s called America’s greatest homecoming celebration. Whether it’s dying the fountain orange, walk around or homecoming and hoops the Cowboys all seem to see this week in different ways. “You can tell it’s going to be a big day and everybody’s going to be here,” Mike Gundy, OSU head coach, said.  “I get 250 different people wanting tickets and they all want four and that’s the equivalent […]