What is the Oklahoma Sports Network?
Oklahoma Sports Network proudly provides a free HD-TV online broadcast of high school and college sporting events throughout Lawton, Duncan, Cache and Elgin. We currently broadcast football, basketball, baseball, soccer, and wrestling, and we are adding new sports and events all the time, so check back often!
You can watch the games live or check out the archives from any computer, tablet or smart phone, and it’s completely free. We have people throughout our community who watch our games when they can’t make it to a live event, and we also have relatives in other states who watch, and even soldiers who are deployed overseas!
Since launching in 2016, we have grown rapidly and are thankful for the support of our community and sponsors. If you’re interested in becoming a sponsor, working as a videographer, or if you have feedback for us, please click below!
Watch Local Sports Online — Lawton, Cache, Elgin and Duncan, OK
Oklahoma Sports Network attends, films, and live streams a wide variety of sporting events in our community. The video is shot and streamed in HD-TV to provide the best possible viewing experience, and it is archived afterward so you can go back and watch your favorite games again and again.
Our channels are currently:
Meet Our Team
Mike Newell enjoys the lifelong connections he has made while coaching young athletes in football, baseball and broadcasting. He has broadcasted games for all three high schools in the Lawton Public Schools district and the Comanche County Basketball Tournament. He has also worked on the table crew for the Lawton Ft. Sill Cavs and Cameron University Basketball.
Mike received his BS and his MS in Educational Leadership from Cameron University. When not broadcasting with Oklahoma Sports Network, Mike works as the Director of Health and Sciences and STEM Education at Great Plains Technology Center. In 2013, he was named the Oklahoma Career Tech Educator of the Year.
Mike is married to his wife, Traci, and they have a son, Harmon. He enjoys hunting, fishing, golf and attending Harmon’s football and baseball games at Lawton High School.
Jay Burk, President of Oklahoma Sports Network, believes athletics is core to growth in young adults. He sees extracurricular activities as being fundamental in helping young adults achieve their goals. Jay has found it personally rewarding to coach many student athletes that had no adult supervision in their lives, make them feel valued and part of a team. Jay approaches his work with integrity and confidence, always providing the quality of work that was promised and offering experiences that no one else can come close to offering. Jay finds it very rewarding to provide HD television for no charge to viewers especially to military servicemen and women that may be deployed and otherwise unable to watch a game.
Jay attended MacArthur High School and Cameron University. He is also a licensed mechanical contractor. When he is not working with OSN, he works in his business, J&J Burk Heating and Air Conditioning. J&J Burk has been named the PSO Partner of the Year three years in a row. Jay is very involved in the Lawton community serving on city council, the Lions Club and the board of the Lawton Community Theater.
He enjoys spending time with his daughter, Schyler, and his family. He is also an avid OU Sooners and Dallas Cowboys Football fan.
Eric Sharum, co-owner of Oklahoma Sports Network, has been in broadcasting for 33 years. He is passionate about all sports, but especially on the local level. He finds it very rewarding to provide a service for many who cannot possibly attend a game and to share the experience with family and friends from around the world or to provide the opportunity for others to relive it with replays or playbacks. He has enjoyed broadcasting play by play and color commentary for sports for 22 years and has received an Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters award for best in play-by-play. Eric takes pride in OSN’s investment in top quality equipment and experienced broadcast crews to provide great picture, production elements and commercials.
Eric grew up in Iron River, Michigan and received a degree in broadcasting. He enjoys spending time with his wife, Cae, and their two sons, Caleb and Joshua.
Adrian graduated from Trident University International. He has an ASID, BSBA, and MBA agrees. He is currently perusing a Ph. D. in Education He retired from the military after 16 years of service while receiving numerous awards as a military field artillery leader and a US Army Career Counselor. He feels his military experience has greatly enhanced the skills he brings to OSN. Adrian is also a certified teacher and instructs Computer Science and Digital Media Courses.
Adrian and his wife Tara have three children: Corbin, Izaak and Jayden. He enjoys spending his free time coaching baseball.