FlyingTee and Cobra Puma Golf announced a partnership between the two companies, naming Cobra Puma Golf as the official apparel and equipment partner of FlyingTee.Read More
“It’s amazing to see how this program has evolved and how well it’s doing,” says Shea Taber, second vice president with Jenks Pom Booster Club, regarding the success of the Jenks Pom program, which began in 1992.Read More
State championship trophies are like icing on the cake for Jenks’ football program. Sending graduating players to D-I colleges can be compared to decorative frosting and sprinkles.Read More
Jenks often has its share of competitive wrestlers throughout the past. This year they have a pair of senior leaders that hope to contend for state titles.Read More
You never get tired of winning. Just ask the Jenks Trojans. Especially the senior class of 2016.
The program captured its fourth consecutive state championship after a 35-14 victory over Broken Arrow in the 6A-I title game on Dec. 4 at Chapman Stadium. It also marked a 13th title in 20 seasons, all in the tenure of head coach Allan Trimble, as well as a 16th gold ball overall.Read More
Jenks High School baseball players and coaches took the field in October for Buddy Baseball 2015. A joint effort between Jenks Baseball and the Autism Center of Tulsa, Buddy Baseball pairs area children affected by autism with Jenks High School baseball players for an afternoon of fun, fellowship and, of course, baseball.Read More
Ethan Paul of Jenks High School Class of 2019 was invited and competed at the nation’s top prep football all-star camp, Football University (FBU) Top Gun, at Dublin Jerome High School in Dublin, Ohio in July. Being a part of FBU Top Gun means that these players are considered the best at their respective positions.Read More
It’s the start of a new high school sports year, and the Jenks Trojans have a lot to look forward to.
The Trojans finished their 2014-15 athletic seasons on a high note, winning state championships in boys cross country, football, girl’s tennis, boys track and volleyball.Read More
Cross country athletes signed letters of intent on April 15. Jacob Janzen, who signed with Oklahoma Baptist University, surprised Rachel Buker, who signed with the University of Central Oklahoma, with an invitation to prom.Read More