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Union’s Patrick Fields a Top Defensive Back

By MIKE MOGUIN

As Union begins defense of its state title in 2017, the man leading the Redskins’ secondary is Patrick Fields (6-0, 190, senior), an OU commit who is regarded as one of the top defensive backs in the state.

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Union Graduates Brooks, Newfield Head to TU

Union graduates Shamari Brooks and John “Trip” Newfield will stay in their hometown to play for the Golden Hurricane. Brooks is a running back, while Newfield is an offensive guard as a freshman walk-on.

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Ochoa Elementary Opens

READY FOR THE SCHOOL YEAR: Ochoa Elementary Principal Rita Long stands inside the new school at 12000 E. 31st St. The community school emphasizes parental involvement, physical and mental health, and community and neighborhood development. Ochoa Elementary was named in honor of Ellen Ochoa, the first Hispanic female astronaut and current director of NASA’s Johnson Space Center.

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Union's Ochoa Elementary Readies For School Year

On Aug. 22, Ellen Ochoa Elementary, 12000 E. 31st St., will open its doors to 500 students as Union Public Schools’ newest school. The school replaces Briarglen Elementary, Union’s very first elementary, which closed in June.

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Four Union Students Named Academic All-Staters

Four Union Public Schools students were among the 100 Oklahoma students recognized in June by the Oklahoma Foundation for Excellence (OFE) as Academic All-State winners at the foundation’s 31st Academic Awards Banquet, held in Tulsa. Each student was asked to invite to the banquet a teacher guest who played a significant role in his/her academic career.

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C.J. Moore Vows to Play the ‘Union Way’

By MIKE MOGUIN

Ask any Union player who are the toughest teams the Redskins will face in the upcoming football season, and it’s the usual: Jenks, Broken Arrow, Norman North and so forth.

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Union Director Recognized

Penelope Kay, Union Public Schools’ director of special services, was honored in June as the 2017 Director of the Year by the Oklahoma Directors of Special Services (ODSS).

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Springtime Another Championship Season for Union

By MIKE MOGUIN

Another spring sports team at Union earned the right to be called champions this spring. While the girls’ soccer team took their third straight state title at The University of Tulsa on May 13, the boys track team won their first Class 6A state championship in eight years and one Lady Redskin captured gold medals in two field events in Yukon. The event took place over a two-day period.  

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Union Seniors Earn Scholarships

Seven Union High School seniors have been named National Merit Scholarship winners: Abigail Cornett, Wade Witcher, Bella Zhan, Timothy McMullen, Daniel Royer, Stephanie Royer and Colton Benningfield. These students will receive between $500 and $2,000 annually for up to four years of undergraduate study at a higher education institution.

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