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Owasso Seniors Sign To Play College Baseball

By MIKE MOGUIN

Owasso is a baseball power machine. It sent numerous players to the college and professional ranks through the years and it has five more going that way after signing national letters of intent recently. Three of them are headed to the Big 12, with two choosing to remain in state.

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The Pride of Owasso to Again March In the Tournament of Roses Parade

By LESA L. JONES
Contributing Writer

At this time next year, The Pride of Owasso High School marching band will be packing their bags and preparing for a sixth performance at the Tournament of Roses Parade, but until then they will be raising more than half a million dollars for the trip.
Band Director Chris Harris says early projections for the cost of the trip are at $625,000 if the band flies its 375 members to Pasadena, California.
“The early projections are $1,400 per kid if we ride the bus and about $2,000 per kid if we fly,” Harris said. “The overall math puts you at about $450,000 for the bus and over $600,000 to fly, rounded off. I think it’s about $625,000 and those are just early projections from one bid I received.”

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Two-Sport Owasso Standout Bound for OU

By MIKE MOGUIN

After making her decision years ago, Owasso’s Rylie Boone is bound for the University of Oklahoma.

The senior two-sport athlete signed a national letter of intent on Nov. 14 to play softball for OU, a perennial power with four national championships, three coming in the past six seasons.

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Lady Rams Look to Repeat 2018 Championship

By MIKE MOGUIN

Three key players have graduated and are gone. But, coach Matt Sweeney is excited as another season draws near for his Owasso Lady Rams.

Mya Bhinhar, Terryn Milton and Leoloni Culley were the veteran leaders of last year’s team, which finished 26-3 along with winning the Class 6A girls’ title. Having also played for the 2016 runner-up squad, they are now in college. But, there is plenty of talent for Owasso to make another run.

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Owasso School District Chosen to Test Statewide Acedemic Program

By KAYLEY FORSHEY

Through the guiding of the Owasso Public School Board of Education, the district has been chosen to beta test a new program created by the Oklahoma State Department of Education called the Individual Career Academic Program, or ICAP.

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Hilton Moseby a Difference Maker for Rams D

By MIKE MOGUIN

Among Owasso’s most impactful players on defense is tackle Hilton Moseby, a 6-2, 250-pound senior.

Moseby is back in the Rams’ lineup after sitting out a few games due to an injury which occurred in the second game of the season against Fayetteville (Ark.)

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Owasso Community Resources Receives Gift

School is out for the summer, but hunger never takes a break. More than 30 percent of Owasso’s students qualify for free and reduced lunches so there is a significant need to feed families when classes aren’t in session.

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Owasso Swimming Star Now a TV Anchor

By MIKE MOGUIN

Not long ago, Erin Beu was making history as an Owasso swimmer. Today, she has branched out as a television newswoman.

Beu, a 2012 Owasso High School graduate, won state championships her senior season, winning the 50 freestyle and the 100 butterfly events, having beaten the defending champions from the previous year, when she finished third in each event. Beu also set 15 school records, some in yardage, some in meters.

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Owasso Rams Finish Great Year on the Links

By MIKE MOGUIN

Owasso made a valiant effort but could not get past Edmond North in the Class 6A boys state golf championship in May at Forest Ridge Golf Course in Broken Arrow.

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