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Pawhuska High School’s Hayden Javellas, seen here returning a kick early in the year against Dewey, was named Monday as the Special Teams Football Player of the Year for Oklahoma District 2A-8. Two other PHS seniors, Tyler Reece and Marshall Tolson, were selected to the 2A-8 All-District Team, which was dominated by players from the 2A state runnerup Nowata Ironmen. Jack Buzbee file photo

PHS’s Javellas, Reece, Tolson garner all-district grid honors

Dec 17, 2014 12:06pm

Hayden Javellas did a lot of things, offensively and defensively, for the Pawhuska Huskies during the recently-concluded high school football season, but it was his explosiveness as a kick...

Pawhuska seventh-grade basketball player Trey Harper flies past a Newkirk defender on his way to the basket in a recent home victory for the Junior Huskies. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Jr. Huskie hoopster

Dec 17, 2014 12:06pm

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PHS graduate to compete for college rodeo team

Dec 17, 2014 12:06pm

WARNER — Former Osage County prep standout Zalin Edwards has earned a spot on the Connors State College rodeo team.

Edwards, a 2014 graduate of Pawhuska High School, is expected to compete...

Pawhuska 120-pound sophomore wrestler Daniel Nightengale was one of the two Huskies who emerged victorious from last Tuesday’s road dual at Blackwell. Nightengale and another PHS sophomore, 170-pounder Caleb Bruce, both escaped with close decisions in their bouts against the Maroons, who are the No. 3-ranked high school squad in Oklahoma Class 3A. Coach Wade Rogers and the Huskie grapplers are to wrap up the 2014 portion of their season this weekend at the Kingfisher Tournament. The next home match for the Pawhuska squad will be Monday, Jan. 12, in a triangular event with Barnsdall and Morrison. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Matter of determination

Dec 17, 2014 12:06pm

Pawhuska 120-pound sophomore wrestler Daniel Nightengale was one of the two Huskies who emerged victorious from last Tuesday’s road dual at Blackwell. Nightengale and another PHS sophomore, 170-...

Pawhuska’s Trent Barnett looks to pass around Barnsdall defender Joe Gott during Friday night’s 66-48 victory over the Panthers at Joe Gilbert Field House. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Huskies fall in tourney after first win of season

Dec 10, 2014 12:07pm

SPERRY — A 19-point Sperry run midway through the first half doomed the Pawhuska Huskies in Monday night’s opening round showdown at the Sperry Invitational Basketball Tournament.

Three...

Pawhuska High School sophomore center Sydney Sellers secures a rebound with less than 30 seconds remaining in the Lady Huskies’ 52-50 Friday night road triumph over the Barnsdall Lady Panthers. At right is PHS’s Sarah Phillippi, while Kaitlyn Eubanks (No. 13) and Alli Price are battling for the ball.  Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Lady Huskie hoopsters battle to win at Barnsdall, 52-50

Dec 10, 2014 12:07pm

BARNSDALL — The Pawhuska High School Lady Huskies notched their initial basketball victory of the season Friday night to start a PHS sweep at Barnsdall.

The Pawhuska girls held off the Lady...

Pawhuska freshman basketball player Mya Hambright handles the ball in a pre-season home scrimmage against Tulsa East Central. Also pictured is PHS junior Sarah Phillippi. Seen observing the action at Oren Terrill Field House is the coach of the Lady Huskies, Austin Minshall. The PHS hoops teams opened their seasons Tuesday in Perry. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Hoops seasons tip off, Huskie wrestlers open campaigns

Updated: Dec 03, 2014 4:12pm

Pawhuska High School basketball seasons tipped off Tuesday night in Perry with the Lady Huskie and Huskie teams taking on the homestanding Maroon squads.

The PHS boys and girls hoopsters...

Check stations are not optional

Dec 03, 2014 4:10pm

STILLWATER – Without all the proper information, it would be nearly impossible for anyone to make a correct and useful decision. This is true for the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation...

The Pawhuska Huskies football team prepares to board a chartered bus for Friday’s state playoff game at Colcord. The Huskies lost a hard-fought battle to the Hornets, 44-0. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Season ends with playoff loss

Nov 19, 2014 12:06pm

COLCORD — As things turned out, the Pawhuska High School pep band may have caught a lucky break when bus trouble forced it to miss Friday’s opening-round game in Class 2A state football playoffs...

Elementary squads win championships

Nov 19, 2014 12:06pm

Pawhuska elementary school teams captured two Ironman Football Association titles Saturday in season championships played at Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium. The third-and-fourth grade Huskies squad...

Safety issues to consider when hunting

Nov 19, 2014 12:06pm

STILLWATER — Oklahoma hunters have been checking their trail cameras, climbing into their blinds and slinging arrows at deer since archery season began Oct. 1.

While avid hunters are eager...

Pawhuska offensive lineman Dakota Jester provides a block for running back John Bighorse during last week’s high school football battle with the Nowata Ironmen. PHS (5-5) will take on the Colcord Hornets (9-1) this Friday in a first-round game of the Oklahoma Class 2A playoffs. The still-unbeaten Ironmen are the No. 4-rated team in 2A while the Hornets are ranked No. 7. Jester is one of six senior players of the Huskies. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Huskies open postseason at Colcord

Updated: Nov 13, 2014 12:59pm

Following their strong effort last week against one of Oklahoma Class 2A’s four undefeated teams, the Pawhuska High School Huskies will go on the road to Colcord this Friday for a state playoff...

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