Jenks has been on top in the Class 6A boys’ swim poll all season, culminating with the Oklahoma State Championship.
The Trojans competed in the state tournament in their home facility, the Jenks High School Aquatic Center. Hopes were high, but they knew it wouldn’t be simple.
A plethora of Trojans competed at the state meet.
Jordon Curtis, Reese Leitao, and Isaiah Epps signed letters of intent to play college football on Feb. 1.
The three Trojan standouts, who graduate this spring, were key parts of the Trojans’ Class 6AI semifinalist squad, who went 11-1 this past fall.Read More
Since starting baseball at a young age, it has been a dream for Brett Standlee to play the game in college. Having tailgated at Oklahoma State football games while growing up, Standlee wanted to attend college there. Both came true Nov. 9 when the Jenks standout signed a letter of intent to play his college career for the Cowboys before his classmates, coaches and school administrators at the Sharp Center.Read More
It was a dream come true for Jenks senior cross country runner Matt Young.
Young overcame two years of adversity when he captured the Boys Class 6A cross country state championship on Oct. 29 in Edmond, running a time of 15:50.3.
Finishing behind him was Bartlesville’s Henry Williams (15:54.9) and fellow Trojan Alexander Jones (15:58.3).
Brett Standlee is making the best of his final football season at Jenks. The Trojans’ wide receiver will be moving on to Oklahoma State next year as a pitcher and third baseman for the Cowboy baseball team.Read More
New talent rises as Jenks continues its domination at the perch of Oklahoma high school football. The Trojans are showing it in a 3-0 start as of this writing, which includes a 35-28 victory against rival Union in the Backyard Bowl on Sept. 9.Read More
A driving force in the Jenks offense this fall will be the rushing attack.
Jordon Curtis (6-2, 185, senior) and Rueben Thompson (5-10, 185, senior) will be the 1-2 backfield punch that should factor into the Trojans’ quest to five-peat as state champions.
Editor’s Note: This article by Terrell Lester appeared in the November 2013 Jenks District Gazette. Since the article was written, Coach Trimble has guided the Trojans to three more state football championships. The article gives an excellent history of the magnificent job Coach Trimble has performed for the Jenks School District.Read More
Danny Morgan has been a high school baseball coach in Oklahoma for a long time.
In his third year as the head coach at Jenks, Morgan picked up his 900th career win when the Trojans shut out Sapulpa, 15-0, in the backend of a doubleheader on March 22.