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Chase Littlejohn ad Rylie Torrey

Future Bride and Groom Land Head Coaching Jobs at Same School

Most young high school coaches are forced to bide their time as an assistant for a few years until the right opportunity comes along to run their own program. Chase Littlejohn and Rylie Torrey skipped that prerequisite and have fast tracked their way to the head of the class. The soon-to-be husband and wife were recently...
Ada Boys Basketball Team

Ada Hoops Star Graduates Early To Start College Career

Ada junior Jaxson Robinson It's become commonplace for aspiring college basketball players to hold off going to college for a year and enroll at a prep school. There they get another year of hoops experience without using any college eligibility. They also get an additional 12 months of personal growth and recruiting attention. Ada junior...
Student-athletes celebrate at an OSSAA state championship event

OSSAA Elects To Raise Ticket Prices For Championship Events

Raising ticket prices during a pandemic wasn't ideal timing for the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association, but it was a necessary move in order to keep up with the rising costs of holding championship events. During its April board meeting, the OSSAA Board of Directors unanimously voted to increase ticket prices for championship events to...
ford high school weekly

Take a Deep Dive Behind the Scenes of Oklahoma High School Athletics

YurView will debut a new 30-minute show on May 5th that will give viewers a behind-the-scenes, in-depth glimpse into players, coaches, administrators and everything in between that helps make high school athletics such a phenomenon in Oklahoma. Ford High School Weekly will air Tuesdays at 6:30 pm CST on YurView Cox Channel 3. Complete episodes,...
Union High School Staff, Tulsa

Union Redskins Step Up in Time of Need

When the call went out recently for volunteers to help with Union High School's wildly successful drive-thru food program, teachers, staffers and administrators sprang into action. That included many associated with Union Athletics. Shortly after schools were shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Union, the state's second-largest school district, began handing out more than 32,000...
Oklahoma City National Memorial and Museum

25th Anniversary Remembrance Ceremony To Be Televised

April 19th, 1995 is a day Oklahomans will never forget. The Sooner State was the epicenter of national news that fateful day after 168 people were killed and hundreds more injured during the bombing of the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building in downtown Oklahoma City. Twenty-five years later, the images and memories of that day are...
Aaliyah Moore, 2019 USA Basketball Under-16 Women's Team

Aaliyah Moore Named Oklahoma’s Gatorade Player Of The Year

One of the few bright spots in an otherwise bleak high school spring sports season occurred recently with the announcement of the annual Boys and Girls Gatorade Basketball Players of the Year. Aaliyah Moore was named the girl's recipient after a stellar junior season. Despite the shortened season, the 6-3 forward averaged 21.9 points and...
Lady Lions Basketball Team

Lady Lions Persevere Through Heartbreaking Hoops Season

When the Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association announced last week that all high school activities were cancelled for the remainder of the school year, it dashed the dreams of many boys and girls basketball teams still clinging to the hope that they might get to play for a state championship. It was a disappointing, yet...
Canadian High School Boys Basketball Team

Small School Star Makes Big-Time Plays for Canadian High School

Despite this year's shortened high school basketball season, Oklahoma high schools produced some impressive boys basketball players. Future Division I players like Putnam City West's Rondel Walker and Booker T. Washington's Trey Phipps and Bryce Thompson shared a lot of the headlines. It was another Thompson, however, who finished the season with the most career...
Konner Doucet, Comanche Indians

Doucet Caps Off Storybook Season, Career

Konner Doucet set out to prove he was one of Oklahoma's most dominant high school wrestlers this season, and the Comanche senior made a strong argument in his favor after recently breezing through the Class 3A State Wrestling Championships in Oklahoma City. Doucet, who finished his final prep season with a stellar 47-0 record, pinned...