By MIKE MOGUIN
Union had a scare in mid-January when one of its top players, senior Ethan Chargois, incurred what was thought to be a hand injury in practice on the eve of a game.Read More
It can best be said that it was Union’s time to win state in 2016. The Redskins had a senior-loaded class with players like running back Shamari Brooks and wide receiver/defensive back Tre Brown, who are bound Division I programs.Read More
Editor’s Note: The December Union Boundary was published the day before the state championship game. That game will be reviewed in the January Union Boundary.Read More
Tre Brown is back in action for Union after sitting out three games.
He was happy to be back, having returned to action in the Redskins’ rout of Moore on Oct. 7.Read More
When Union lines up on defense, opponents have reason to fear.
The Redskins have lots of weapons that can shut down any offense.
One of them is linebacker Kyrei Fisher (6-3, 230, senior), whose speed can be a disruptive force in the backfield. Fisher has 14 tackles as of this writing in the young 2016 campaign.Read More
More responsibility will be given to Shamari Brooks in Union’s backfield this season. Therefore, much will be expected from him as the Redskins begin a run for a state championship with a senior-loaded roster. That includes Brooks.Read More
While waiting to play in its championship game, Union received a lesson. Or perhaps, a reminder, on why taking command from the get-go is crucial.Read More
Enjoying the annual Iba Awards Banquet at the Hard Rock Hotel on June 27 are Union High School Girls Head Basketball Coach Jamie Hill with her uncle, Tulsa World sports writer and columnist Bill Haisten.Read More
The Henry P. Iba High School Citizen Athlete Awards were added this year to the Henry P. Iba Citizen Athlete Awards. Its purpose is to recognize and honor young men and women in Tulsa-area schools who excel in athletics, academics and school/community service involvement. The winners are awarded $2,000 each to attend the college of their choice and the runners-up each receive $500.Read More