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BTW’s Hill Brothers Prepare for the Next Level

By MIKE MOGUIN

It has been an eventful month for the Hill brothers.

Dax Hill, who just completed his senior season at Booker T. Washington, signed with the school he originally committed to.

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Memorial Hoops’ Twin Duo Signs with OSU

By MIKE MOGUIN

Growing up being twins was fun for Memorial basketball players Keylan and Kalib Boone. As a pair, the senior duo worked together to become among the best players in the country on the hardwood.

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McLain, Hale and Rogers High Schools Place Nationally in Health

Tulsa Public Schools’ McLain, Hale, and Rogers high schools have placed nationally in the “Healthy High Schools Challenge” competition, sponsored by Sodexo. Each school will be the recipient of an award celebrating their success in serving healthy foods to students.

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BTW Hornet Safety Headed to Big Ten Country

By MIKE MOGUIN

Dax Hill has been a highly-sought-after talent since his sophomore year. Now, the Booker T. Washington safety is settled on where he will play college football – with the Maize and Blue of Michigan.

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Memorial for First BTW Principal Underway

An outdoor memorial to Ellis Walker Woods, the first principal at the city’s iconic Booker T. Washington High School, is a step closer to realization at Oklahoma State University-Tulsa.

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Hornet Cornerback to Remain in Orange and Black

By MIKE MOGUIN

There is nothing like getting to go to the school where you’ve always envisioned attending and playing football.

Booker T. Washington’s D.J. Jones will see that dream become reality next year when he goes to Oklahoma State University. The senior cornerback, who stands 6-0, 175 pounds, committed to the Cowboys last February.

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Street School Celebrates Second Campus Opening

On Aug. 22, Street Schools opened its second campus. Street Schools is a high school program that models an alternative education for students in Oklahoma since 1973. The second campus is located in front of the school’s main entrance, at 1136 S. Allegheny Ave. in Tulsa. The program began in 1973 as a “drop-in” center and now has a graduation rate of 90 percent for at-risk students.

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TTCU School Pride Program Reaches $1 Million in Education Support

TTCU Federal Credit Union announced that the School Pride Program has donated over $1 million to schools in the Tulsa area. The donations were pushed past the $1 million mark in August, having distributed $99,000 at Back to School functions in the 56 area school districts that are involved in the program.

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Thomas Grayson Confident of Championship Repeat

By MIKE MOGUIN

When Booker T. Washington football comes to mind, you think of a defending Class 6AII state champion and versatility of Dax Hill. But Thomas Grayson, 5-10, 180-pound, senior running back, is also a threat for the Hornets.

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