Sports

Young Osages win softball championship and learn teamwork along the way

Date: July 19, 2011

Softball is about a lot of things.

But for four Osage girls and their coach the last three months of coach-pitch softball has been about ...

Three Osages compete in Indian All-State games

Date: July 13, 2011

It was early May when Kylie Johnson’s mobile phone rang as she made her way out the door of a drug store.

It was ...

Osage Nation to be honored during Tulsa Shock’s July 15 game

Date: July 12, 2011

The Osage Nation is one of several Oklahoma tribes to be honored during the Tulsa Shock’s annual Native American Heritage Night on Friday July ...

Osages participate in Oklahoma Indian All-State Basketball

Date: June 17, 2011

Kylie Johnson, Matthew Free and Ben Goodeagle will be representing the Osage Nation in another big way in June.

The three have been selected to ...

Osage teen finds constructive outlet in golf

Date: June 13, 2011

Some things just come naturally, for Matthew Free it was golf.

One day he decided he wanted to tag along with his older brother and ...

Osage pole-vaulter sets his sights on USA Trials for Pan Am Games

Date: June 6, 2011

Dillon Lookout was in trouble.

He was the last one to jump in the 6A state championship boys pole vault finals and didn’t even ...

Parks retires after 31 years at Pawhuska schools

Date: April 26, 2011

Since 1996 the back of every student athlete’s “P Award” has a note written by Martin Parks.

Some are short sentences of inspiration, others ...

Donation helps Woodland football players purchase state rings

Date: April 24, 2011

Football games come and go and so do the memories that come with them.

But with the help of a $5,000 check from the ...

Osage to run track at UCO

Date: April 18, 2011

All Kylie Johnson needed was a little shove.

When she was an underclassmen she didn’t mind competing in track and field events, but after ...

Hopper named Honorary Member in South Central PGA

Date: April 11, 2011

While most college students were buried in books filled with square roots and experiments, Walter Hopper could be found studying the game of golf.

That ...