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Tag: "Oologah-Talala Schools"

Oologah quarterback Payton Craig and linebacker Trent Harris watch the Wagoner game from the sideline Friday night. Craig has a broken ankle and Harris has a knee injury, but the Mustangs found a way to upset the fourth ranked Bulldogs.

Oologah takes down Wagoner

[ 0 ] October 2, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor Oologah pulled off an 18-7 upset win over 4A #4 Wagoner Friday night. A strong defensive performance from the Mustangs and a super human effort from Jimmy McKinney helped fuel the win over the Bulldogs at Mustang Stadium. Oologah moved into the rankings this week at #8 and Wagoner [...]

Oologah drama students Jake Melton, (from left) Ridge Clark, Lacye Day, Andrea Pales, Allison Richmond and Mia Graham rehearse Tuesday in the school auditorium for the one act play regional contest Oct. 9. The students will present the play “The Women of Troy” to the public Oct. 7 in the school auditorium.

OHS drama goes Greek

[ 0 ] October 2, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS City Editor Oologah drama students will present the classical Greek play “The Women of Troy” as their one act play entry. Oologah will host the regional Oct. 9. The students will perform the play for the community at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 7 in the Will Rogers Auditorium. The play is [...]

Oologah kindergarten teacher Georgia Ramsey (left) receives the Rising Star award last week from state superintendent Janet Barresi at the Oklahoma State Fair. Six teachers who were Teachers of the Year in their districts were given the honor for showing an amazing amount of promise in their profession.

Oologah receives A and 3 B’s

[ 1 ] September 25, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS City Editor Oologah schools received one A and three B’s on report cards from the state Board of Education. The controversial A-F school grade cards were released last Thursday. Grades are calculated with 50 percent for student proficiency in core subjects, 25 percent for overall student growth, 25 percent for growth [...]

Senior defensive back Wade McGee drags down a Glenpool runner last Friday in Oologah's 40-16 road win over the Warriors.

Channel 8 coming to Mustang Stadium

[ 0 ] September 24, 2014

KTUL Channel 8 will be coming to Oologah Friday night for a hometown tailgate party. There will be live broadcasts at 4, 5 and 6 p.m. from Mustang Stadium before Oologah’s big district matchup with Wagoner at 7:30 p.m. “This is another chance for us to showcase what a great school district we have. Please [...]

Logan Armstrong rockets through an opening and picks up some nice yards for Oologah last Friday in a 20-17 non-district loss to the Skiatook Bulldogs.

Bulldogs nip Mustangs

[ 0 ] September 18, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor The 4A Mustangs lost another close one to a 5A school Friday night. Oologah fell 20-17 to Skiatook in the Mustangs home opener. Tough non-district opponents have challenged Oologah in the first two games of the season. “We almost had to play perfect in those first two games. With [...]

Oologah head coach Kerry Hallman gives the go sign to Kate Morgan as she races into third and heads home against Grove last week. The Lady Mustangs beat the Lady Ridgerunners 8-0.

Ladies riding win streak

[ 0 ] September 4, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor The Lady Mustang softball team beat Grove and Vinita last week and Oologah is on a four game win streak. “We’ve won four in a row. We’ve got a big week this week at the Coweta Tournament and hopefully we can keep the win streak alive. The girls continue [...]

Senior Jayci Wang fields a grounder at third last week in the Lady Mustangs match up with Claremore-Sequoyah. Oologah lost 7-2 after a late rally from the Lady Eagles.

Ladies get three wins on diamond

[ 0 ] August 28, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor The Lady Mustangs went 3-2 in softball with losses to Claremore-Sequoyah and Lincoln Christian and wins over Glenpool and Keys last week and a win over Cleveland Monday night. “We’re playing better. We had our best game offensively against Cleveland,” Oologah head coach Kerry Hallman said. “We’re starting to [...]

Oologah senior Tyler Base competes at regionals in the shot put as eventual state champion Austin Cantrell watches in the background. Base was unable to make the finals at state after he scratched because the shot put ring was under regulation size.

Base shot down at state track

[ 0 ] June 4, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS Sports Editor An Oologah athlete was denied a chance at a state track championship last month. Senior Tyler Base scratched on all three of his attempts in the shot put May 9 in the preliminary rounds. Coaches later determined the shot put ring was six inches smaller than regulation size. Base [...]

Ramsey named top teacher

Ramsey named top teacher

[ 1 ] May 29, 2014

By CHRIS EDENS City Editor Kindergarten teacher Georgia Ramsey has been chosen as the Oologah Teacher of the Year. Ramsey was shocked and excited when she got the news last week. Lower elementary principal Crysti York made the announcement over the school intercom and Ramsey said her students went berserk. “I was very humbled they [...]

Members of the Oologah Class of 2014 get ready to line up and enter Mustang Stadium Saturday night to receive their diplomas.

Oologah graduation packs Mustang Stadium

[ 0 ] May 21, 2014

  By CHRIS EDENS City Editor A packed house at Mustang Stadium cheered on 141 Oologah graduates Saturday night. The Class of 2014 filed into the stadium as the band played the traditional Pomp and Circumstance. High school principal Robert Schornick led the seniors in one last chant of Mustang Magic. “Good luck and good [...]