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When Tiffany Jones was named the interim girls head basketball coach for Broken Arrow in September, she got lots of support from players and friends in the coaching profession.Read More
Broken Arrow was up two sets to none in its match against Owasso at home back on Sept. 15. The Lady Tigers needed just one more win to sweep and they would be done for the night.Read More
Part of the reason Broken Arrow made the Class 6AI state title game last year was due to the performance of Carder Key on defense.
Key, a 6-2, 215-pound senior linebacker, forced 72 tackles, including four sacks, helping the Tigers to a district championship. He is now considered as one of the top players in the area at his position.Read More
Tate Williamson of Broken Arrow walked all six rounds in three hot days of the Oklahoma Golf Association State Amateur Championship, and it seemed to be taking its toll at the midway point of his championship match against Quade Cummins of Weatherford.Read More
The leadership presence Cade Yeager has can be felt among his Broken Arrow teammates when they take the field. The Tigers’ second-year starting quarterback is known to the guys as ‘Papa.’Read More
Taylor Dobson has a bright future on the greens, having already signed to play at the University of Tulsa. For now, the 2016 Broken Arrow graduate is making the best of her prep career.Read More
More trophies were added to Broken Arrow’s tradition-rich wrestling history as the season wrapped up at the state tournament in the last weekend in February in Oklahoma City.Read More
At 6-4 and 330 pounds, Rowdy Frederick has perfect size for a lineman transitioning from high school to college.
He anchored an offensive line that paved the way for Broken Arrow’s runner-up finish in Class 6A-I in the 2015 season and he’s now taking his talents and skills just down the road to the University of Tulsa. He backed up his verbal commitment, which he made last August, signing his letter of intent on national signing day on Feb. 3.Read More
Can Broken Arrow’s girls three-peat for a state championship in 2016? The team has the tools and experience to do it.
The Lady Tigers (10-1 as of Jan. 15) are ranked fourth in the state and appear to be on a roll with its only blemish coming to Midwest City in the Sapulpa Tournament on Dec. 30. Key wins at this point in the season have come over Bishop Kelley, Booker T. Washington, Owasso, Muskogee and Bartlesville.Read More