Mid-Town Tulsa Sports
Tulsa Edison High School was a powerhouse wrestling school in the 1960s and 1970s. But it fell on hard times in later years and by the turn of the millennium, it ceased to exist.Read More
On March 15, the Memorial Chargers boys basketball team defeated Oklahoma City’s Bishop McGuinness 59-52 for the school’s second consecutive Class 5A state championship.Read More
LOOKING TO THE FUTURE: Tulsa Public School student athletes pose after signing letters of intent on Feb. 5. Students signed to play football, softball, basketball, soccer, baseball and track.Read More
Metro Christian’s Zac Webb signed a letter of intent to play football for the University of Tulsa. The 6’2 280-pound lineman was being recruited by New Mexico, New Mexico State, Penn State, Vanderbilt, Ole Miss, Iowa State, Air Force and several others before commiting to TU.Read More
Tulsa Public Schools announced Bobby Klinck will be the new head football coach for the East Central High School Cardinals.
“Bobby Klinck is an outstanding young man and was a good high school and college football player in the Tulsa area,” says Gil Cloud, TPS athletic director. “As the new head football coach at East Central he brings an excitement to the program that will have a very positive impact this spring, summer and on to the fall season.”Read More
Tulsa Public Schools announced today that Acting Athletic Director Gil Cloud will stay on indefinitely as athletic director, at least through the end of the 2012-13 school year. Cloud was hired on an interim basis and assumed his duties on Feb. 7, 2011.Read More
For several months, Tulsa Public Schools’ Police Department has been conducting a criminal investigation into alleged financial wrongdoing in the TPS Athletic Department. The investigation has uncovered activities that could potentially be a violation of federal law.Read More
Tulsa Public Schools announced recently the hiring of Ben Bowling as the head coach of East Central High School’s football team.
“We are pleased to have Ben Bowling lead the football program at East Central High School,” said Gil Cloud, TPS interim athletic director. “We look forward to the continued success of that program under his leadership.”Read More
Broken Arrow rallied from a two-goal third period deficit, then won in a shootout to sweep third-place in the GTR Cup held Feb. 12 at the BOK Center.Read More