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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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Successful Cavalcade week

Jul 23, 2014 12:06pm

Zalin Edwards added to his Pawhuska High School legacy at the Sunday finals of the 2014 Cavalcade.

The recently-graduated super athlete captured his second roping title in three years by...

Countdown begins to fall grid season

Jul 23, 2014 12:06pm

Countdown to the 2014 prep football season got underway in Huskie Land with this week’s preview of top local grid prospects at the Pawhuska “Night of Champions.”

Pawhuska High School head...

Pawhuska High School varsity football player Trey Powell strains to lift a considerable amount of weight during the Monday morning SPA workout in the PHS varsity locker room. Serving as his spotter is Huskie line standout Tyler Reece. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Huskies to host ‘Night of Champions’

Jul 16, 2014 12:07pm

The second-annual Pawhuska Huskies “Night of Champions” will be held next Tuesday evening at Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium — signifying the conclusion of the summer football training program for...

Pawhuska Roadrunners first baseman Hayden Henley, at right, and second baseman Colton Hindman are seen during a baseball game earlier this summer. The American Legion AAA team recently concluded its initial season, which had a shortened schedule — primarily due to several rainouts earlier this summer. Legion officials are looking forward to trying again next season. It’s hoped that the Roadrunners and other local squads will soon benefit from an Osage County Sports Complex being developed next to the Osage County Fairgrounds. Jack Buzbee/journal-Capital

Pawhuska Roadrunners

Jul 16, 2014 12:07pm

Pawhuska Roadrunners first baseman Hayden Henley, at right, and second baseman Colton Hindman are seen during a baseball game earlier this summer. The American Legion AAA team recently concluded...

Roadrunners end short campaign

Jul 16, 2014 12:06pm

The inaugural season for the Pawhuska Roadrunners AAA American Legion Baseball apparently reached an early conclusion recently after playing a schedule of fewer than 10 games.

Although the...

Results listed from Saturday Warm-Up

Jul 16, 2014 12:06pm

Following are results from the Cavalcade Warm-Up barrel-racing competitions held last Saturday night at the Osage County Fairgrounds Arena.

Pawhuska Roundup Club hosted the Warm-Up, which...

The renovated front entrance to the resurrected Pawhuska Golf and Country Club, which is expected to be reopened before the end of this month.

Rebirth of Pawhuska golf club

Jul 09, 2014 12:06pm

An old friend will soon be returning to town.

Pawhuska Golf & Country Club originally opened in 1921 during the oil-rich wave of prosperity which has come to represent the town’s Golden...

Randy Gower finished second on June 28 in the ACRA roping event at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Steer Roping

Jul 09, 2014 12:06pm

Matt Garrett won first place in the ACRA roping event on June 28 at the Osage County Fairgrounds in Pawhuska.

Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Randy Gower finished second on June 28 in...

Former PHS baseball player earns NOC academic honor

Jul 09, 2014 12:06pm

TONKAWA — Northern Oklahoma College baseball player Cameron Kirk of Pawhuska was one of four NOC student-athletes who recently earned Superior/Exemplary Academic Achievement awards through the...

Pawhuska High School high jumper Haley Mouser clears a high jump at an area meet. Mouser recently earned the national designation as a High School All-American at the New Balance Nationals in North Carolina. The 16-year-old multi-sport phenom will be a junior at PHS this fall. Mouser is pictured here during a meet this spring at which she cleared 5 feet, 7 inches for the first time. At the New Balance event, she raised her personal-best mark another 3/4ths of an inch with a sixth-place finish. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Mouser soars to All-American

Updated: Jul 02, 2014 2:34pm

Not unlike the mouse that roared, Haley Mouser recently soared to new heights at the 2014 New Balance Nationals Outdoor track-and-field meet in Greensboro, N.C.

The terrifically talented...

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