Broken Arrow Public Schools will be selling advanced tickets to this week’s Broken Arrow-Union football game at Union Tuttle Stadium on Wednesday and Thursday from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. at the ticket window of the Multipurpose Facility . . .
Middle School tennis for both boys and girls, grades 7 through 9, begins Sept. 18, after school at the BAHS tennis courts. Practices are 3:30 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Tuesdays and Thursdays. Interested students need to present a physical . . .
Third in a position-by-position series look at the 2014 Tigers and a countdown to the opening game against Owasso on Sept. 5. With four returning offensive linemen, there’s no arguing that this position group appears to be a . . .
Quarterbacks & Receivers
Second in a position-by-position series look at the 2014 Tigers and a countdown to the opening game against Owasso on Sept. 5. Josh Holliday and Trenton Cantrell will be key components to the Tigers on the hardwood this basketball . . .
First in a position-by-position series look at the 2014 Tigers and a countdown to the opening game against Owasso on Sept. 5. In a new offensive scheme that will take advantage of a talented stable of running backs, the Tigers will . . .
Young girls with aspirations of someday playing volleyball for the Broken Arrow Lady Tigers watched varsity volleyball for free Thursday night. Along with that, the elementary-aged girls participated in a game of "amoeba," which . . .
It was pretty easy for Broken Arrow’s new head varsity football coach David Alexander to sum up the first official day of practice for the 2014 football season. “It was a great day. It was a great day,” said the man who . . .
Three key components – versatility, experience and chemistry – will be cornerstones in Broken Arrow High School’s quest for a 20th straight trip to the Class 6A state tournament. If the Lady Tigers, who . . .
When the Lady Tiger volleyball team returned from Wichita State University Team Camp in July it wasn’t the fact that the girls finished in the top five of the more than 50 teams that excited Coach Kari Smith, it’s that one of the . . .
Parents of Broken Arrow High School, Freshman Academy and middle school student-athletes may now go online to complete necessary forms to assure their child is eligible to begin participation in school athletics. The completion of such . . .
A joint, one-day school supply drive netted more materials than Broken Arrow volleyball coach Kari Smith anticipated. "This was just awesome. We collected five huge boxes," Smith said following the community service . . .
The minimal white space among the multi-colored blocks on the weight room door calendar is an indicator of Cody Ellett’s busy summer schedule. Beginning with varsity football in yellow at 7 a.m. and cascading through the . . .
Varsity Tigettes Sierra Berryhill, Natalie Flowers, Iman Knox and junior varsity dancer Sierra Cherry each received All-American Awards at the National Dance Alliance Summer Camp last week in Stillwater. In all, the Varsity Tigettes . . .
Receiving superior final evaluations, taking top performance honors and gaining invitations to nationals are indications it was a great week at camp for Broken Arrow’s Junior Varsity Cheerleaders, but winning the “Herkie” . . .
The Lady Tigers brought home one state championship and two runner-up finishes in the Class 6A State Girls Golf Championship at Ponca City on May 8. Broken Arrow was awarded the Academic State Championship trophy by the Oklahoma . . .
Toree Thompson, who led the Broken Arrow Lady Tigers to a State Championship and undefeated season, was named the Ford Elite 8 Player of the Year. She is pictured with Head Varsity Girls Basketball Coach Mike Hughes and Athletic . . .
An extended crane’s two steel cables hoist a metal crossbeam into position. Steadying the slight sway of the gray steel, two yellow-hatted construction workers rivet in support bolts. Watching from his office window at activity that . . .
Broken Arrow High School's Baylee Price had a hole-in-one Thursday morning at the Bixby Invitational at Clary Fields Golf Club. A senior, Price aced the 137-yard, par-3 second hole. As BAHS coach Jim Burdette approached Price later, . . .