Greater Tulsa Reporter
As one of the best high school wrestling coaches in the nation, Ernie Jones has produced many outstanding grapplers. Among them are his sons, who are following their father’s career also as successful wrestling coaches. Currently, Ernie Jones is the head wrestling coach at Cascia Hall, and his three sons are coaching at Broken Arrow High School, with Shawn Jones as head coach and his brothers Biff Jones and Rodney Jones as assistant coaches.Read More
There is a rumor floating around that the Tulsa Oilers have a full time assistant coach behind the bench named Max Markowitz. They say he also helps out when head coach Jason Christie holds practices for the ECHL franchise.Read More
The Engine Room Boxing Gym presents Fight Night 3 at Tulsa’s Greenwood Cultural Center, 322 N. Greenwood, Friday Feb. 12, beginning at 7 p.m.Read More
FlyingTee, Tulsa’s first golf entertainment facility, has announced it will partner with The First Tee of Tulsa, whose mission statement is “to impact the lives of young people by providing educational programs that build character, instill life-enhancing values and promote healthy choices through the game of golf.”Read More
Shea Seals was inducted into the Tournament of Champions Hall of Fame during the T of C Tournament, which was held at the Oral Roberts University Mabee Center in December.Read More
He’s a small-town guy who charmed the big city.
He was merely a name who coached high school sports before he became the face of Oklahoma high school athletics.
Tulsa Oilers defenseman Joe Sova is a man with hair. Lots of hair. Hair here. Hair there. Hair almost everywhere.
His hirsute appearance has earned Sova a few choice monikers. Caveman, Mountain Man, Jesus and Sasquatch are just a few of them. One name that does not fit is unnoticeable. He’s the king in a forest of furry Oilers.Read More
University of Tulsa Head football Coach Philip Montgomery announced recently that Mike Bloesch has been promoted to offensive line coach.
Montgomery confirmed that co-offensive coordinators Sterlin Gilbert and Matt Mattox have elected to leave the Golden Hurricane coaching staff and accept coaching positions at the University of Texas. Gilbert coached Tulsa quarterbacks and Mattox the offensive line.Read More
A comprehensive look at the first 50 years of the high school basketball Tournament of Champions has been compiled and published by Tulsa Public Schools and Terrell Lester.Read More
Oklahoma State’s Mike Gundy is the 2015 Region 4 Coach of the Year as honored by the American Football Coaches Association. Region 4 consists of all schools in the Big 12 and Conference USA.Read More
As a participant in the inaugural schoolboy basketball Tournament of Champions, Cedric Cudjoe would have been justified if he had been a little bedazzled by the competition.Read More
A tennis renaissance has bloomed at LaFortune Park in Tulsa. With the completion of the Case Tennis Center, dreams have come true and created what those in the know say is the finest public tennis facility in the United States.Read More
The people, places, teams and events that make metropolitan Tulsa unique are featured in the first comprehensive eBook about this area’s contributions in entertainment, athletics, industry, education, religion and the American way of life.Read More
Six towering figures in Oklahoma golf history were inducted into the Oklahoma Golf Hall of Fame Oct. 25. The ceremony took place at the National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum in Oklahoma City.Read More
Former University of Tulsa head football coach John Cooper, who went on to be the head coach at Arizona State and Ohio State, has been named the recipient of the American Football Coaches Association (AFCA) 2016 Amos Alonzo Stagg Award.Read More