Yahoo Weather

You are here

SportsSubscribe to RSS - Sports

PHS shortstop Colton Hindman applies a tag to Woodland’s Brian Cox as the Cougar baserunner slides into second with a steal in the first inning of Monday’s game in Pawhuska. The Huskies won, 10-2. Another home game, versus Sperry, was set for Tuesday. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Huskies blast Cougars, 10-2

Updated: Mar 25, 2015 12:10pm

Emerging from Spring Break with a vengeance, the Pawhuska High School Huskies baseball team posted a 10-2 victory over the Woodland Cougars in Monday home game.

Sophomore pitcher Caleb Bruce...

PHS meet April 7

Updated: Mar 25, 2015 3:23pm

Junior High track meet

Updated: Mar 25, 2015 3:24pm

More Sports ↓

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...

PHS junior Kailee Hambright handles the ball for the Lady Huskies against the Tulsa East Central Cardinals during the first inter-squad workout of the season at Oren Terrill Field House. The Saturday scrimmage was part of Athletes 4 Athletes, an annual fundraising event to benefit the Pawhuska Special Olympics program. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Special hoops scrimmages part of Athletes 4 Athletes fundraiser

Updated: Nov 13, 2014 12:59pm

Pawhuska High School basketball fans got a special preview of this year’s Lady Huskies’ squad Saturday at Oren Terrill Field House.

In their first inter-squad workouts of the season, the PHS...

Senior players, cheerleaders and student managers of the 2014-15 Pawhuska High School Huskies football team were recognized at the annual PHS Community Dinner held Thursday evening at the Elks Lodge. Pictured on the top row, from left to right, are student managers Ashley Youngwolfe, Macy Hurd, Maddie Blankinship and Cassie Walker. The front row includes, from left, players Dakota Jester, Trey Powell and Tyler Reece, cheerleader Kortney Barnhart, and players Hayden Javellas, Marshall Tolson and Trey Redeagle. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

PHS seniors honored

Updated: Nov 13, 2014 12:59pm

Senior players, cheerleaders and student managers of the 2014-15 Pawhuska High School Huskies football team were recognized at the annual PHS Community Dinner held Thursday evening at the Elks...

Pawhuska native Brady Garten won three straight rounds Saturday at the Clem McSpadden National Finals Steer Roping.

Local ropers can’t keep Brazile from winning 20th world title

Updated: Nov 13, 2014 1:00pm

MULVANE, Kan. — A pair of Pawhuskans were among a select group of elite ropers who tried unsuccessfully to deprive pro rodeo’s best cowboy, Trevor Brazile, of his 20th world title at last weekend’...

Four-year Pawhuska Huskies’ starter Tyler Reece (no. 55) clears the way for sophomore runner John Bighorse (no. 82), who racked up 171 yards and three touchdowns in PHS’s gritty, 26-22, triumph at Chelsea last Friday. This week’s regular-season finale at Ormand Beach Stadium will be “Senior Night” as well as “Military Appreciation Night,” with veterans invited to lend their support to the Huskies in their district showdown with the undefeated Nowata Ironmen. Jack Buzbee/J-C Correspondent

Pawhuska defeats Chelsea 26-22

Nov 05, 2014 12:06pm

The Pawhuska Huskies continue their march toward the 2014 high school state football playoffs Friday night with a marquee home matchup against the undefeated Nowata Ironmen, currently the No. 5-...

Chet Herren

Herren trying to take title from cowboy ‘Superman’

Nov 05, 2014 12:06pm

Pawhuska’s Chet Herren enters this weekend’s National Finals Steer Roping as the second-place contestant for a Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association World Championship.

Herren will start...

Pawhuska’s Hayden Henley (No. 68) forces an errant pass by Oklahoma Union quarterback Kannon McCune in the Huskies’ 28-6 homecoming football victory last Friday night at Ormand Beach Memorial Stadium. Also pictured, from left, are Seth Brooks of the Cougars and PHS’s Marshall Tolson and Kienan Cheeves. The win secured a sixth consecutive postseason appearance for the Huskies. Jack Buzbee/Journal-Capital

Win insures PHS return to playoffs

Updated: Oct 30, 2014 1:36pm

After pounding their way to a happy homecoming win against Oklahoma Union, the Pawhuska High School Huskies will be looking to avoid Halloween trickery this Friday night versus their spooky hosts...

eNewsletter sign up

Email Address:

First Name:

Last Name:

Yes, I would like to receive This Week's News.

Yes, I would like to receive breaking news alerts.