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Split decision puts local boxer out of national boxing tourney

May 25, 2016 12:06pm

Ben Cottingham is four years older and 35 pounds heavier, with an Olympic dream that has developed proportionately.

After contending for the 162-pound spot on the 2012 United States Boxing...

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Huskie hoopsters ‘frye’ past Panthers

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

BARNSDALL — One night after getting waylaid by Nowata’s high-theft defense, the Pawhuska Huskies hounded host Barnsdall from the opening tip until the final bell and tracked down a 58-41...

Pawhuska High School fans and fellow athletes cheer on their basketball teams earlier this month. From left are Price Ryan Perrier, Colton Hindman, Warren Graves, Kienan Cheves show Husky pride at the basketball game between Barnsdall and Pawhuska on Jan. 4. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Husky pride

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

Pawhuska High School fans and fellow athletes cheer on their basketball teams earlier this month. From left are Price Ryan Perrier, Colton Hindman, Warren Graves, Kienan Cheves show Husky pride at...

Victory at Pawnee highlights hoops week for Lady Huskies

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

BARNSDALL — Barnsdall’s Allyssa Babb hit the game-winning three-pointer with four seconds left Friday to lifted the Lady Panthers over the Pawhuska Lady Huskies, 39-37, at the Joe Gilbert Field...

PHS girls top Dewey, 43-25

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

The Pawhuska Lady Huskies emerged from a New Year funk Friday to claim their first basketball victory of 2016 with a 43-25 dismantling of the Dewey Lady Doggers.

On a night set aside to...

20th Carman Classic here Friday, Saturday

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

Prep wrestling teams from around the state will be in town for this weekend for Pawhuska High School’s 20th-annual Carman Classic tournament.

Competition in high school and junior high...

Four Huskie gridders given honors in district

Jan 20, 2016 1:39pm

Four Pawhuska Huskies players received District 2A-8 football honors recently, which provided a semi-happy ending to the 2015 high school season.

PHS lineman Hayden Henley, cornerback J.R....

Pawhuska High School wrestler John Bighorse wages a big-time battle with Baylee Perigo of the Barnsdall Panthers during last month’s dual at the Joe Gilbert Field House. When the dust settled, the Panthers had a victory in the Under 285-pound bout, while the Huskies were the winners of the dual by a score of 38-36. Oren Terrill Field House is to be the site of Pawhuska’s 20th-annual Carmen Classic wrestling tournament on Friday and Saturday, Jan. 22-23. On the following Thursday night, Jan. 28, the Huskies home dual with Tonkawa will be part of PHS Wrestling Homecoming. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Youngwolfe, Perrier claim Inola mat titles

Jan 13, 2016 12:05pm

Pawhuska’s Levi Youngwolfe and Price Perrier brought home wrestling titles last weekend as the Huskies’ squad opened its busy 2016 mat schedule at the Inola High School Tournament.

Perrier,...

The Pawhuska Lady Huskies fall soccer team won first place in the U19 women’s division of the Oklahoma Soccer Association. They scored 39 goals while only allowing 9 goals en-route to 7 wins and 2 losses. The team was made up of girls as young as 13 who were playing up two levels, and freshman and sophomores who were playing up one level. They were playing alongside the other half of the team of true U19 age players.  Photo submitted by Gary Hughes

Lady Huskies Fall Soccer Team

Jan 08, 2016 10:12am

The Pawhuska Lady Huskies fall soccer team won first place in the U19 women’s division of the Oklahoma Soccer Association. They scored 39 goals while only allowing 9 goals en-route to 7 wins and 2...

The Pawhuska Basketball Hall of Fame Class of 2016 includes: local coach Harold Huffman and former PHS players Pat Carter, Charley Bighorse and Hoby Muller, as well as ex-Lady Huskie Gayla Boone. Induction ceremonies are set Friday. Following the HOF banquet, honorees will be introduced during the PHS home games against Dewey.

Local basketball hall of fame to add five members Friday

Jan 08, 2016 10:10am

Five new members will officially join the Pawhuska Basketball Hall of Fame on Friday.

Induction ceremonies are to be held during a 5 p.m. banquet in the Fellowship Hall of Calvary Baptist...

Pawhuska High School junior Mattheu Rector slashes upcourt with the basketball during an early-season game, flanked by Huskie teammates Lance Harden (No. 21, at left) and Ben Gray (No. 22, on right). After posting a victory on their last outing of 2015, PHS boys won their 2016 debut in impressive fashion Monday night at Oren Terrill Field House — defeating Barnsdall, 65-58. The Huskies and Lady Huskies will again play at home Friday when they host Dewey on “Hall of Fame Night” at the PHS gym. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Huskies claw past Panthers, 65-58, after Barnsdall girls escape with win

Jan 08, 2016 10:10am

Seventeen holi-days after they met on a neutral court, the Pawhuska and Barnsdall basketball squads turned things around Monday in their debut outings of 2016.

In a varsity double-header at...

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