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Lady Rams Look to Repeat 2018 Championship

By MIKE MOGUIN

Three key players have graduated and are gone. But, coach Matt Sweeney is excited as another season draws near for his Owasso Lady Rams.

Mya Bhinhar, Terryn Milton and Leoloni Culley were the veteran leaders of last year’s team, which finished 26-3 along with winning the Class 6A girls’ title. Having also played for the 2016 runner-up squad, they are now in college. But, there is plenty of talent for Owasso to make another run.

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Hilton Moseby a Difference Maker for Rams D

By MIKE MOGUIN

Among Owasso’s most impactful players on defense is tackle Hilton Moseby, a 6-2, 250-pound senior.

Moseby is back in the Rams’ lineup after sitting out a few games due to an injury which occurred in the second game of the season against Fayetteville (Ark.)

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Owasso Swimming Star Now a TV Anchor

By MIKE MOGUIN

Not long ago, Erin Beu was making history as an Owasso swimmer. Today, she has branched out as a television newswoman.

Beu, a 2012 Owasso High School graduate, won state championships her senior season, winning the 50 freestyle and the 100 butterfly events, having beaten the defending champions from the previous year, when she finished third in each event. Beu also set 15 school records, some in yardage, some in meters.

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Owasso Rams Finish Great Year on the Links

By MIKE MOGUIN

Owasso made a valiant effort but could not get past Edmond North in the Class 6A boys state golf championship in May at Forest Ridge Golf Course in Broken Arrow.

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Owasso Rams Finish Great Year on the Links

By MIKE MOGUIN

Owasso made a valiant effort but could not get past Edmond North in the Class 6A boys state golf championship in May at Forest Ridge Golf Course in Broken Arrow.

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Owasso Baseball Shines with D-1 Players

By MIKE MOGUIN

High expectations loom for Owasso baseball. A big reason for that is the Rams have the tools, with several college-bound athletes in the batting order.

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Though Small in Height, Rams are Among the Best

By MIKE MOGUIN

The Owasso High School basketball team is small in height compared to most. Rams’ Head Coach Brian Montonati says, “We’re an undersized team. If one sees us walking through an airport, he or she would think we were a baseball team verses a basketball team. But looks can be deceiving. We don’t start a kid over 6-2 and yet we play in the largest classification in Oklahoma.”

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Leiloni Culley Hopes to Help Team to Title

By MIKE MOGUIN

When LeBron James is playing, you can be sure Leiloni Culley is watching.

The 5-10 Owasso senior, who plays forward/guard for the Lady Rams, looks up to the man they call King James in the NBA and models her play after him.

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Owasso Rams Win Oklahoma Title Under Coaching of Bill Blankenship

By MIKE MOGUIN

From the moment it took its first snap in its 2017 season opener, the potential of Owasso winning state could be seen. The mission was accomplished as the Rams defeated Union, 21-14, in the Class 6A Division-I championship game Dec. 1 at Chapman Stadium on the campus of the University of Tulsa.

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