Bill Blankenship is back in Tulsa after being away on a two-year journey.
The former coach of Union High School and the University of Tulsa returns to take over the same role at Owasso after being announced as the new head coach at a press conference on Jan. 6.Read More
Basketball is a sport Mya Bhinhar takes seriously.
The 5-8 junior power forward from Owasso puts in a lot of practice, whether it be shooting through the net at her home backboard or at the school gym.Read More
Connor Haff loves the outdoors. He hopes to do some of that when he goes down to Stephen F. Austin University next fall.
The senior Owasso defensive lineman recently committed to the Texas school, located in the east central part of the state, to play his college football career. Haff (6-3, 240) is verbally committed to that program at this point. Verbal commitments are non-binding. He went to SFA’s spring game and was drawn to the coaching staff.Read More
Go to an Owasso fast-pitch softball game, and you’ll witness an arsenal of power-hitters in the Lady Rams’ line-up.
Just about every player that takes the plate can blast the ball, and they don’t just aim for the long ball. They’ll get as many singles, doubles and triples they can, whatever it takes to pile up the runs.Read More
It was not a year to remember for Owasso last season as it finished 4-5, marking its second below .500 season in three years. The Rams hope to turn that around in 2016 as they welcome back an abundance of experience.Read More
Rachel Skalnik left Owasso High School as one of the school’s top female athletes all-time after graduating back in May.
Skalnik is now in transit as she prepares for a new venture at Oral Roberts University, whom she committed and signed with to play college basketball back in April.Read More
With most of its team returning next year, Owasso stands a good chance to repeat as state champions when it defends its state title next spring.Read More
When soccer season came around the corner this spring, people picked Broken Arrow to be the District 6A-3 favorite with all the players it had coming back.Read More
With experience returning from a senior-loaded team, along with its legendary coach, Owasso is in good position to repeat as Class 6A champions in 2016.
There has only been two baseball coaches at Owasso since 1969.