After suffering from a slow offensive start, a 71-56 loss to Wagoner ended the season for the Oologah Mustangs. Oologah and Wagoner have a significant rivalry on the gridiron—as two
When the Oologah Lady Mustangs (18-9) matched up against the Wagoner Bulldogs on Monday, Feb. 26th in the regional consolation championship, the stakes were sky-high: win and keep playing; lose
The Lady Mustang Basketball Team moves into the Area Tourney Thursday after defeating Wagoner. Not only are they Champions on the basketball court but also in the classroom. They were
Playoff games are supposed to be close. It’s not a guarantee, but it’s the standard expectation. However, when the Oologah Lady Mustangs played host to Cleveland for the area championship,
In the first round of the playoffs, the Mustangs lost to the Cleveland Tigers 70-67 after a hard fought game, but Oologah’s post season is not over after one loss.
Oologah Middle School’s 8th grade girl’s basketball team is Verdigris Valley Conference champions. They defeated Ft. Gibson at the championship game on Saturday, February 3, with a score of 27-23.
The Lady Mustangs didn’t have the same good fortune as the Mustangs on Feb. 6th when Verdigris beat them handily, winning 70-48. But the Verdigris Cardinals are about as real
The Verdigris Cardinals were no match for the balanced offensive attack of Oologah on Tuesday, Feb. 6 as the Mustangs lit up the scoreboard in route to a 72-48 win.
Junior High – 106 Guaranteed Places 1st Place - Grant Edwards of Oologah 2nd Place - Kavan Meyers of Perkins 3rd Place - Kaiden Ailey of Blackwell 4th Place -
The 34th Annual Rose Invitational was held at Oologah High School swimming pool Saturday. Teams traveling to the tourney included: Booker T Washington, Harraqh High School, Ft. Gibson, Choctaw High