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Keith Riggs Strives to Uphold Trimble’s Legacy

By MIKE MOGUIN

Jenks will be led by a new coach when it opens the 2018 football season. One thing for certain, fans won’t see anything new.

“Our offense and defense packages are designed to adjust with the strengths of our kids and we’ve certainly been successful over the years with them,” says Keith Riggs, who was hired in May to replace the legendary Allan Trimble, who retired one month earlier. “So, I don’t see the need to make too many changes there.”

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Individuals Win Tennis Titles for Jenks

By MIKE MOGUIN

After winning state on both sides last year neither Jenks squad could repeat on the tennis court this year, but still got state champions in the individual ranks.

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Coaching Changes Making the News

The Jenks Trojans will embark upon a new era beginning next year as new football and swimming coaches will take over the school’s respective programs.

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Lauren Behnken Leads the Way for Lady Trojans

By MIKE MOGUIN

One of the leading contenders for the Class 6A state championship in girls’ golf in May is Jenks.

Leading the way for the Lady Trojans is Lauren Behnken who recently signed to play college golf at Oklahoma City University.

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Drake Vannoy Brings State Championship to Jenks

In his first year at Jenks, Drake Vannoy has won a state championship.

The sophomore move-in was victorious in a 5-3 decision against Sand Springs’ Kaleb Tabor in the 152-pound title bout of the Class 6A state wrestling meet Feb. 24 in Oklahoma City.

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Jenks Swimmers Hope for Championship Repeat

By MIKE MOGUIN

Jenks hopes to repeat as Class 6A state champions at the state swimming meet in mid-February.

However, the second-ranked Trojans will face a challenge because the meet will be in Edmond rather than their home at the Jenks Aquatic Center, where they won it last year.  

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Jenks Senior Ally Ryan to Run at Kansas

By MIKE MOGUIN

Just one visit to Kansas and Ally Ryan had made her decision. Lawrence would be her destination to run track.

The Jenks senior signed an official letter of intent to run at KU during the early signing period in November in a ceremony at the school before her coaches, family, and friends with “Rock Chalk, Jayhawk” being played in the background. Her name was also chanted by those in attendance.

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Allan Trimble to Receive Power of Influence Award

Jenks High School head coach Allan Trimble has been named the recipient of the 2017 Power of Influence Award, presented by TeamSnap. Trimble was nominated by the Oklahoma Coaches Association. Presented jointly by the American Football Coaches Association and the American Football Coaches Foundation, the award will be given to Trimble at the 2018 AFCA Convention in Charlotte, North Carolina. 

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Trojan Hunter Spankowski a Top Lineman

By MIKE MOGUIN

A highlight in the 2017 season for the Jenks Trojans has been senior offensive lineman Hunter Spankowski (6-2, 270), who received preseason attention as one of the area’s top linemen. With the fact that Jenks is accustomed to fast starts going into district play, Spankowski says that the slow start this season has been a test so far. 

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