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.
It’s possible there is no more influential hub for the sport of baseball in Oklahoma than the modest, cinderblock-constructed office of Owasso High School head baseball coach Larry Turner.Read More
There aren’t too many 19-year-olds that will pitch to an MVP candidate, let alone two MVPs in the same inning.Read More
This article is courtesy of www.owassofootball.com.
Receiver Keon Hatcher had been an Arkansas commitment since the summer, but a late scholarship offer by Oklahoma State tempted him enough to take an official visit to Stillwater.
Owasso’s varsity wrestling team had two wrestlers, Kenny Cleveland and Teejay Aiono, compete in the finals at Jenks Larry Wilkey Invitational Tournament held Jan. 6-7.Read More
For the last several years, the Owasso High School football team has had the toughest non-district schedule in the state. In 2011, it will be even tougher.Read More
The Second Annual Mission 5K and One Mile Family Fun Run is an annual race that runs through the scenic Stone Canyon community.
Starting and finishing at Stone Canyon Elementary School, this event raises money to help missionaries financially, which allows them to inspire, motivate and spread the word of missionaries around the world.Read More