Thursday April 05, 2018 All Day Oologah High School - Baseball (M) - Varsity - OHS Varsity Baseball @ Cushing Tournament All Day Oologah Middle School - Baseball (M) –
Oologah Mustang and Lady Mustang soccer have had busy weeks. For the boys, they matched off against Claremore JV and won 4-0 behind two goals from Zac Wright, while Chase
The Oologah golf teams were in action this week. The boys took third place overall as a team in the Skiatook Invitational at Page Belcher, shooting a 340. For the
The Oologah Mustangs boys and girls track team headed to Claremore for a meet on March 30th and both teams performed really well. The girls team had strong performances across
The Mustangs have played lots of baseball over the past week, and through 4 games they were very impressive, going 3-1. To start off, they matched up with Locust Grove
The soccer season has started strong for the Oologah boys, who won their first three games and are looking like a powerhouse in 4A this early in the season. The
The Oologah Lake Leader caught up with Chase Kime, the new head football coach at Oologah High School. He shared his thoughts about the new position and future of Mustangs
The Lake Leader had an opportunity to interview Madi Jones, a senior for the Lady Mustangs and one of the best girls soccer players in the state. Fresh off leading
The Oologah Lake Leader caught up with Brady DeSpain, the new Athletic Director at Oologah High School. He shared his thoughts about the new position and future of Mustang athletics.
Today’s Tennis match vs.
The Oologah Lake Leader recently caught up with Gary Edwards, the coach of the baseball team. With baseball season in full swing, the Lake Leader did a Q&A session with
The young Oologah Mustangs baseball team had a lot of action on the diamond, and the team appears to really be getting in the flow. Two days after a narrow
By defeating Noah, Pawhuska, and then the Skiatook Bulldogs in the championship of the Oologah Mustangs Showcase Soccer Tournament, the Lady Mustangs defended home turf and won their own soccer