Track season has come and gone for the Oologah Mustangs, but it was certainly a season that ended with lots of excitement. A herd of Mustangs made the trip to
Home field advantage didn’t play a part in Friday’s 4A soccer playoffs, as both Oologah teams suffered overtime losses to end the season.
A pair of lopsided losses at the 4A district baseball tournament in Bristow last week ended Oologah’s season with a 13-17 record.
“With tennis regionals upcoming, the following teams will be participating: Micaela McSpadden will be playing Girls 1 Singles and looking to keep her undefeated 14-0 season perfect, while Emily Hud
Oologahís Malia Vang and Kenzie Chacon have qualified for the Class 4A Girls Golf State Championships this week at Lake Hefner in Oklahoma City.
VINITA — The Oologah boys track team finished third and the girls placed fourth at the 4A regional track and field meet in Vinita.
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WAGONER — The Oologah boys 3200-meter relay team led the Mustangs at the Verdigris Valley Conference track and field meet Saturday in Wagoner. The boys finished third as a team,
Girls regional tennis Monday, April 29 at LaFortune Teams: Oologah, Regent Prep, Bristow, Grove, Miami, Nowata, Sperry, Summit Christian, Victory Christian, Wesleyan Christian Boys regional tennis
The Oologah soccer teams will host the first round of the Class 4A soccer playoffs on April 26. The girls will play Wagoner at 5 p.m. while the boys will follow with Catoosa.
Oologah will be on the road for district baseball, either at Mannford, Bristow or Metro Christian.
Before the game players and fans took a moment to show some appreciation for our local first responders. Fire fighters would have been out there too but they were out on a call.
On Friday, April 12, the Oologah Mustangs track teams joined other teams from around the Tulsa area traveled in Skiatook for the 9th Annual Bulldog Track Classic.
A 4-2 win over Claremore Sequoyah upped the Oologah boys soccer record to 6-5 with one game to play, as the playoffs loom with the first round on April 26.