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Category: Sports

Seven Mustangs tapped on signing day

Seven Mustangs tapped on signing day

[ 0 ] February 10, 2017

National Signing Day at Oologah High School last week provided seven Oologah athletes the opportunity to sign with colleges offering them the potential to compete on the college level. Those signing are: – Casey Base, University of Central Oklahoma, football – Ethan Clark, University of Central Oklahoma, football – Clayton Downum, Southwestern University in Winfield, [...]

Mustangs win at home, travel to Lincoln Tournament

Mustangs win at home, travel to Lincoln Tournament

[ 0 ] January 18, 2017

By JENNIFER HERTEL, Leader sports writer The Mustangs trounced Claremore Sequoyah at home on Monday The girls started the action and dominated the Lady Eagles 75-53. The Lady Mustangs started out on fire, capitalizing on the Lady Eagles’ mistakes. Playing hard on both sides of the court and hustling from start to finish, the Lady [...]

Girls advance to Championship game, boys playat 7 pm tonight.

Girls advance to Championship game, boys playat 7 pm tonight.

[ 0 ] January 6, 2017

Karly Wadsworth led the Lady Mustangs with 18 points against Lincoln Christian on Thursday night to advance to the Championship match against Vinita at 7 p.m. on Saturday. The Mustangs face Cascia Hall at 7 pm tonight. The brackets have changed because of bad weather. Some of the participating teams were out of school today.

It’s time for basketball

It’s time for basketball

[ 0 ] January 2, 2017

Oologah Basketball Tournament begins tomorrow (Tuesday). Here are the brackets. Girls face Webster at 7 pm. Boys face Ft. Gibson at 8:30 pm  

How have Oologah sports influenced our graduating athletes?

How have Oologah sports influenced our graduating athletes?

[ 0 ] December 15, 2016

Read Jennifer Hertel’s excellent story in this week’s print Leader or our electronic E-Leader. Here are a few paragraphs of the story that featured seniors who participated in football, softball, volleyball and cheerleading. Brock Martin #9 Brock Martin has been a student at Oologah for 13 years and a starter for 3 years as the [...]

Mustangs end season with Silver Football, Fall Sports wrapup planned next week

Mustangs end season with Silver Football, Fall Sports wrapup planned next week

[ 0 ] December 8, 2016

BULLETIN: SPORTS WRAPUP We’re trying some new this year. The Leader will publish a fall sports special section on Dec. 15.  It will honor, football, softball and volleyball players. Congratulations ads are $50 with a photo or $25 without a photo. PLEASE GET AD INFO IN BY SATURDAY. Email photos and information to Oologahads@sbcglobal.net. Call [...]

Mustangs, Bulldogs to face off for gold at 7 p.m. Friday in BA

Mustangs, Bulldogs to face off for gold at 7 p.m. Friday in BA

[ 0 ] November 26, 2016

For the third time in three years, the Oologah Mustangs and Wagoner Bulldogs will face off for the gold ball in 4A state football. Administrators have been notified that the game will be at 7 p.m. Friday at Broken Arrow Memorial Stadium, said Superintendent Max Tanner. The official OSSAA online bracket had not yet been [...]

Mustangs knock off Tuttle, face Clinton

Mustangs knock off Tuttle, face Clinton

[ 0 ] November 18, 2016

Game report from Jennifer Hertel: The boys went back and forth with Tuttle during the first half, and came out for the second half on fire, scoring a touchdown in the first minute of the third quarter. Our boys rose above the obstacles to come away with a win. Here’s a playoff bracket. If the [...]

O-Zone spirit

O-Zone spirit

[ 0 ] November 18, 2016

Oologah’s Most spirited Oologah’s Most Spirited pair of students at the Mustangs Friday night game last week was Avery Cluck (second from left) and Cole Brooks (second from right). High School Principal Melissa Overcash (Left) congratulated both students as Jeff Brown (right) from Raising Cain’s in Owasso gave them each gift cards to the restaurant. [...]

Mustangs gallop into playoffs

Mustangs gallop into playoffs

[ 0 ] November 9, 2016

Oologah won home field advantage in the first round of football playoffs with a 42-14 victory over Cascia Hall. The team hosts the Sallisaw Pirates at 7 p.m. on Friday night at Mustang Stadium. Admission is free for veterans and a companion with proper ID> Regular playoff admission is $7. Mustang season passes are not [...]