The Oologah 7th grade girls basketball team won the Highway 51 Tournament Championship.
The girls finish their season undefeated, with 56 goals scored, and only 8 goals scored against them. Their Coaches were Matt Penner, Jessica Penner and Troy Davidson.
The Mustangs wrestling team competed last week at the Union Takedown and the boys represented our school with pride.
Friday night’s activities started with honoring our seniors for football, band, cheer, and color guard and their families.
The “Stallion Battalion” competed last week in the OSSAA NE Regional Marching contest and earned a Superior Rating from all three judges.
As the lights came up on Friday night the Mustangs got ready to face off against the Miami Wardogs.
This was the 2012 4A State champion picture taken of the Oologah Lady Mustangs, 5 of these players went on to play softball at the collegiate level: Randye Knott played at Rogers State University,
The Mustangs took the field Friday chomping at the bit to beat the Bulldogs in their own territory.
Senior Chance Deitz gets ready to punt the ball down field as the Mustangs battle it out against the Bulldogs. Deitz ran for a total of 64 yards for the Mustangs.
Sophomore Mayson Powell is probably one of the most improved athletes that we have seen this 2017 season.