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Lady Huskies’ outfielder Kyleigh Riebel runs down a fly ball during last week’s softball home opener against Tonkawa, which PHS won by a score of 8-3. Pawhuska won three games, lost two and had Friday and Saturday contests rained out. The Lady Huskies are to open play at the Dewey Tournament on Thursday. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Softball squad heads to Dewey Tourney

Aug 26, 2015 12:06pm

The Pawhuska Lady Huskies were hoping to put the high school softball season back on the high road in a Tuesday afternoon contest with the Barnsdall Lady Panthers.

PHS headed into that...

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Big T youth football camp this Saturday

Jul 22, 2015 12:06pm

Former collegiate and professional players are expected to be on hand this Saturday for Big T’s Elite Youth Football Camp at Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium.

The one-day, non-contact camp for...

Club record participation at Cavalcade

Jul 22, 2015 12:05pm

The 69th-annual International Roundup Clubs Cavalcade concluded Sunday following six straight days of amateur rodeo action at the Osage County Fairgrounds.

During the last day’s finals, 24...

2014 Cavalcade results in several all-time marks

Jul 15, 2015 12:06pm

Each summer since 1947, the International Roundup Clubs’ Cavalcade has provided a stage on which amateur rodeo performers can display their skills.

Last year, more than 900 contestants from...

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Ex-college coach returning to lead Huskie basketball squad

Updated: Jul 15, 2015 12:06pm

Chad Kills Crow, a Pawhuska High School grad who recently ended a five-year stint as a college head coach, has been named as the new boys’ basketball coach of the PHS Huskies.

Board of...

Colton Hindman watches a pitch go past in a recent at-bat for the Bartlesville United Linen Braves. The Pawhuskan collected a single and a double in the contest. Coach of the American Legion baseball team is Patrick McCarty of Barnsdall. Jack Buzbee/J-C correspondent

Pawhuska duo helping to fuel success of Braves team

Jul 08, 2015 12:06pm

Pawhuska’s dynamic duo of Caleb Bruce and Colton Hindman has been providing prime-time performances this summer for the Bartlesville Braves American Legion baseball team.

Hindman and Bruce...

Local youth football camp will include ex-NFL stars

Jul 08, 2015 12:06pm

Registration deadline is approaching for an elite, one-day football camp for player prospects in grades one through six.

Big T Sports Youth Football Camp will be July 25 at Pawhuska’s Ormand...

Youth football signups slated

Jul 08, 2015 12:06pm

Pawhuska Youth Sports will have sign-ups for first- through sixth-grade football players this Saturday.

The youth league sign-up session is to last from 9-11 a.m. at the Landrum Community...

Sydney Sellers makes a play at third base for the Lady Huskies softball team. After recently completing the month-long summer league at home last Thursday, the third-year junior starter and her Pawhuska High School teammates will take a couple of weeks off before resuming practice for the fall regular season — which is scheduled to begin with the annual PHS Lady Huskie Alumni game on Saturday, Aug. 1. Jack Buzbee/J-C correspondent

Rain didn’t always stay away in summer softball campaign

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

Games were won, others were lost and some were rained out.

A wetter-than-normal June forced several cancellations in the course of a four-week summer league for the Pawhuska High School Lady...

Pawhuska’s Colton Hindman watches a pitch go past while batting for the Bartlesville Braves American Legion baseball team in a game Friday. Hindman collected two hits in the Braves’ triumph over NOAH. The Bartlesville team is coached by Patrick McCarty of Barnsdall. Jack Buzbee/J-C correspondent

Huskie quarterbacks helping to propel area diamond squad

Jul 01, 2015 12:05pm

Sparked by the Pawhuska duo of Caleb Bruce and Colton Hindman, the Bartlesville Braves American Legion baseball team overcame NOAH, 4-2, Friday.

Bruce, the team’s shortstop, scored the...

Pawhuska Huskie alumni defenders Britton Redeagle (right) and Jeremie Tuller (left) high-low tackle the opposing ball carrier during Saturday’s “Battle of the Old-Age Osage” exhibition football game at Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Hominy strikes early, tops Huskie gridders

Jun 24, 2015 12:06pm

In a late change of venue, Pawhuska’s Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium became the site of last Saturday’s “Battle of the Old-age Osage” alumni football game between the host Huskies and the combined...

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