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Welcome to the Oklahoma Angels Adult Women's Exhibition/Charity and Semi-Pro Minior League Basketball teams home page website.

The Oklahoma Angels Adult Women's Exhibition/ Charity Basketball Team was formed in the spring of 2006 by it's team owner and head coach Claude Stuart.  The team was formed to help raise money for local Oklahoma Charities.  Later that summer of 2006 the Oklahoma Angels teamed up with the Children's Miracle Network as the charity the team would would play for and the new Oklahoma Angels Team logo was formed.

The Angels started their first exhibition/charity season with only nine women players on their roster. The Angels played their first ever exhibition/charity basketball game on Saturday, October 19, 2006 at Woodlake Fitness Center in Oklahoma City against the Wooklake Fitness Center men's adult team. The Angels only having five players for the game, Danelle Ladd, Deanna Stricklin, Cherrelle Tillis, Mallory Williams and Mayra Garica lost a hard fought game 74 to 53.  On Saturday October 26, 2006 the Angels played their first game ever against a college team at the Rose State College Preseason Classic in Midwest City losing to the host team Rose State Lady Raiders 32 to 26. The Oklahoma Angels won their first game and first home game ever on Friday,  December 15, 2006 against the Tinker Air Force Base Lady Hawks 71 to 58.  As word got out about the Angels the team began to grow in numbers and finished the season with 17 players on their roster while winning their first Sooner State Games Adult Women's Basketball State Championship. The team finished the season with 5 wins, 6 loss record.

The Angels continued to grow in size in thier second season and finished with 35 players on the team roster.  The Angels joined with Tinker Air Force Base, Altus Air Force Base, and Fort Sil Army Base to form the Heartland Freedom Conference.  The Angels won the first Heartland Freedom Conference Basketball Championship by going undefeated in league play and finishing the season with a 4 wins and 5 loss recond.

The Oklahoma Angels made history again in the 2008 - 2009 season by winning their first exhibition charity basketball game against a college team on Friday, November 7, 2008 in the Redlands Community College Classic by beating Ranger College of Texas76 to 71.  The next day Saturday, November 8, 2008 the Angels beat Mid-America University 76 to 70 to go undefeated for the classic.  The Angels went on later that season to win their second straight undefeated Heartland Freedom Conference Basketball Championship.  The Angels finished their best season in team history by going undefeated in the Sooner State Games Adult Women's Basketball State Championships.  The Angels went 4 wins, 0 losses to win their second State Basketball Championship.  The Angels finished the Exhibition/Charity season with a 10 wins, 3 Loss record.

The Oklahoma Angels Semi-Pro Team was formed at the end of the second season of the Exhibition/Charity season.  The Oklahoma Angels Semi-Pro Team joined the Women's Blue Chip Basketball League (WBCBL) and played their first semi-pro game at home on June 7. 2008 against the North Texas Flash losing 92 to 79.  The Oklahoma Angels Semi-Pro Team won it's first game in team history as a semi-pro team by beating the D -Town Regulators of Dallas in Dallas on Saturday, June 14, 2008 by the score of 90 to 87.  The Oklahoma Angels Semi-Pro Team finished the season with 3 wins and 5 losses. 


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