Several Trojan athletes from the fall sports received All-Metro and All-State honors.
Senior Jacob Janzen was named the Tulsa World’s All-Metro Runner of the Year. Janzen enjoyed a banner 2014 season as he was the state runner-up in the Class 6A state meet and was the meet champion at both the Frontier Conference and East Regional meets.
Since the last issue, two Jenks teams, the volleyball team and the boys cross country team, brought home state championships. Congratulations to these teams and coaches!Read More
The 2014 edition of the Jenks boys cross country team made a name for themselves this season as one of the top high school cross country teams in the nation.Read More
In February and March, Jenks High School soccer players signed with colleges to continue their soccer careers both in state and out.
On March 12, Caroline Frank signed with Oral Roberts University. Frank was the high school soccer team’s 2012 varsity co-captain and played as offensive and defensive center mid and back-up goalie. Frank began playing soccer at four years old and has played competitively for the Blitz Soccer Club and Tulsa Soccer Club (TSC) Hurricane. She started playing at Jenks in 2012, and that same year was junior varsity co-captain.Read More
On Feb. 5, at the Frank Herald Fieldhouse, 15 student athletes signed letters of intent to play college sports.
Seven Jenks football players committed to play at the college level:
Cameron DeShon Booty, senior running back for the Trojans, will play at Northeastern Oklahoma A&M. Booty was named offensive player of the game in two games and was awarded Tulsa World’s All-Metro and All-State Honorable Mention.
In an effort to ensure that all athletes know about the NCAA’s requirements and the new and more difficult requirements beginning with the class of 2016, the Jenks Athletic Department will be having an NCAA meeting on Aug. 12 at 6:30 p.m. in the building six auditorium.Read More
The Jenks High School football team has finished No. 27 nationally for the 2012 season. The announcement was made by MaxPreps, a California-based company that ranks more than 16,000 high school varsity football teams.Read More
Trey’Vonne Barre, Iowa Western Junior College, Council Bluffs, Iowa
Braden Calip, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK
Taylor Hunter, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK walk-on
Nick Lucido, Augustana College, South Dakota
Garrett Patterson, Chadron State, Chadron, Nebraska
Jeff Scallion, Haskell University, Lawrence, Kansas
Jordan Smallwood, University of Oklahoma, Edmond, OK
Brandon Waggoner, University of Central Oklahoma, Edmond, OK