Erik McCarty was named as MVP; Chase Faber was the defensive player of the year and Forrest Mazey was the coach of the year. Coweta's Gage Hamm was the offensive POY.
Girls team:The Lady Bulldogs fell to Keys 55-46 for runner up in the tournament at Haskell last week. Coach Randi Pawpa said the competition got tougher as the tournament progressed. The team took care of business against Wright Christian Academy 59-15, then beat Catoosa 64-41.
It was a battle of the Tigers for Coweta girls and boys basketball in their home openers Friday evening.
High school football: Collinsville remains undefeated, Holland Hall-Lincoln Christian to meet again for 3A title; See our complete coverage here
Collinsville remains perfect on the season with a dramatic win in 5A. Holland Hall and Lincoln Christian will meet again for the 3A title.
Week 12 high school football: Bixby ties state record for consecutive wins, Union outlasts Broken Arrow and Jenks advances. See all our coverage as the playoffs continue
There was little drama in Bixby’s semifinal football win over Stillwater on Friday, but that’s how it’s been going lately for the No. 1 Spartans.
Tuttle shut down Wagoner's offense in a 28-0 4A semifinal matchup Friday night.
Clinging to a 7-0 lead in a defensive battle Friday night, Class 3A defending champion Holland Hall saw a chance to take control right before half.
Our panel of eight choose the winners of 15 local games in the second round of the playoffs, including Union-Broken Arrow; Bixby-Stillwater; Sand Springs-Edmond Deer Creek; Coweta-MWC Carl Albert; and Wagoner-Tuttle. #okpreps
Each week, the Tulsa World will update its ranking of the top-10 metro high school football players. Rankings are based on performance this season, previous years’ accomplishments and potential. #okpreps
Bill Knight Automotive presents the area football, cross country, softball and volleyball athletes as Athlete of the Week this season.
For the second week in a row, Broken Arrow tries to avenge an early season loss when it takes on Union at Owasso Stadium.
Broken Arrow-Union and Bixby-Stillwater are among the marquee matchups.
Any coach will tell you, when it comes to the playoffs, your record doesn’t matter. What matters is going 1-0 every week.
Three of last week's top four teams in 6AII lost playoff openers. Stillwater and Edmond Deer Creek also moved up three slots. Bixby has been ranked No. 1 throughout the season.
Voting continues until 10 a.m. Tuesday.
For juniors Harley Louviere and Jillian Strange, their dreams are officially becoming a reality.
All games are Friday.
Week 11 high school football: Broken Arrow rallies to defeat Owasso, Union pulls away for win and more. See our complete coverage here
The Oklahoma high school football postseason got underway this week. Broken Arrow scored the game's final two touchdowns in the victory; the rivals have combined for three of the past four 6AI state titles.
Ford tallied touchdowns through the air, on the ground and via special teams and fifth-ranked Coweta scored the game’s first 35 points
Junior quarterback Gabe Rodriguez finished with 36 carries for 267 yards and four touchdowns in Friday night's first round playoff victory against Hilldale.
Our panel of eight choose the winners of 15 local games in the first round of the playoffs, including Owasso-Broken Arrow; Sand Springs-Del City; Tahlequah-Coweta; Hilldale-Wagoner; as well as 6AI-C state champ picks. #okpreps
The No. 7 Bulldogs (8-2) host Hilldale (8-2) in a first-round playoff game at 7 p.m. Friday.
ORU's higher digital ticketing cost made the difference.
Bixby would play in the Class 6A Division II final at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4.