When soccer season came around the corner this spring, people picked Broken Arrow to be the District 6A-3 favorite with all the players it had coming back.Read More
With experience returning from a senior-loaded team, along with its legendary coach, Owasso is in good position to repeat as Class 6A champions in 2016.
There has only been two baseball coaches at Owasso since 1969.
Two years ago, Owasso’s girls had a struggling year on the hardwood.
Now, the team is battling for a bid in the Class 6A state tournament.Read More
Another season of success is manifesting on the basketball floor for Owasso. But the Rams are having to persevere and adjust without standout player Shake Milton, who graduated last year and is now making things happen at SMU.Read More
Owasso was so close to making the big dance last year. This year, it hopes to make it.
The Lady Rams, who finished 18-9 in 2014-15, came up one game short of making the state tournament last year as they fell to eventual champion Broken Arrow in the area consolation final game.Read More
Meghann Turner is following in some mighty big footsteps.She is in her second year as head coach of the Owasso High School volleyball team. The path that she is following is not connected to volleyball, but to coaching. She is the daughter of Owasso baseball coaching legend Larry Turner.
Meghann was reared in Owasso, where she played volleyball, and spent her senior year as baseball manager.Read More
Owasso Rams Michael Anderson has signed a letter to attend the University of Tulsa. Anderson is a 6’3” 235 pound defensive end and is rated as one of the top players in Oklahoma.Read More
It was a golden anniversary event, and a conclusion for the ages.
What a way to bring in the new year.
The Tournament of Champions, Oklahoma’s premier high school basketball invitational tournament sponsored by Tulsa Public Schools, celebrated its 50th edition during the Christmas holiday break, winding up on New Year’s Eve.Read More
On Feb. 11, Senior Ram safety Jordan Mitchell signed with the University of Tulsa.
Mitchell, who started with Owasso Schools in third grade, didn’t originally plan to stay close to home for college.