The Broken Arrow varsity girls and boys basketball teams are both one win away from the Class 6A State Tournament, March 12-14. Muskogee, the top seed in the East, awaits the Lady Tigers in the first round of the Area Tournament Thursday . . .
Coach Shawn Jones and the four Tiger wrestling gold medal winners - Markus Simmons, Paden Bailey, Christian Kaser and Steve Allen - talk about the team championship and the individual titles.
Tiger wrestling coach Shawn Jones discusses the OSSAA Class 6A State Wrestling Tournament that begins Friday at the State Fair Grounds Arena in Oklahoma City. Click here for a complete schedule of the . . .
As the most decorated swimmer in Broken Arrow High School history, with seven state championship gold medals and five individual school records, it’s not surprising that Breonna Barker finds it difficult to choose a favorite moment as a . . .
Broken Arrow Tigers head football coach David Alexander met with Chad Lott, commissioner of Indian Nations Football Conference, and Broken Arrow Youth Football Association head coaches in the BAHS Varsity Club to introduce a plan to build a . . .
The score didn’t matter. Nor did the fact the game was played at a temperature that dropped below freezing. By all accounts, Broken Arrow’s first Varsity-Alumni game was a success, even after two “snows outs” forced a . . .
A meeting for all Tigette parents is scheduled for March 2 at 7 p.m. in the Broken Arrow High School Mulitipurpose Facility Varsity Club. The meeting will cover such topic as the spring clinic and tryouts, . . .
Guest speaker Kenyatta Wright, former college and NFL player, reminded the more than 30 Broken Arrow seniors who participated in National Signing Day that athletics "doesn't last forever, so make sure you get your . . .
Magazine features "Strike Out MS" baseball event
Tiger baseball coach Shannon Dobson and his brother, Matt, who was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 2000, are on the cover of the Winter 2015 MS Connection , the official magazine of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society. . . .
On Alumni Night, the Tigers won 11 of 14 matches in dominating the Jenks Trojans, 53-15, Thursday at Tiger Field House. The Tigers got falls from Markus Simmons (132), Davion Jeffries (138) and Isaiah Page (170), a technical fall . . .
Second half three-point shooting carried the Broken Arrow Tigers to a 65-45 win over Southmoore in the first round of the John Nobles Basketball Tournament at Moore High School on Thursday evening. Coach Beau Wallace called the win a . . .
Broken Arrow High School will host a National Signing Day event for its athletes who will sign or have signed letters of intent on Wednesday, February 4, at 11 a.m. in the Varsity Club
Josh Holliday has a gnawing in his gut that becomes increasingly agonizing as February 4 – National Signing Day – nears. The next two weeks promise to be more stressful than the Broken Arrow High School senior imagined when he . . .
Tiger cornerback Markale Moses was named Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State for football. Moses, a senior, had 11 passes broken up and one pass interception for the Tigers. He is scheduled to play in the annual All-State game . . .
The Broken Arrow High School indoor practice facility is proving a perfect venue for offseason football workouts.
Look back at the Tigers thrilling 35-25 victory over Sand Springs Thursday night at Tiger Field House.
Boys Basketball Coach Beau Wallace talks about Tuesday night's, 61-48 win over Class 6A's No. 2 ranked Union Redskins.
Coach Mike Hughes talks about his girls basketball team heading into Friday's game against Bixby and Winter Break.
Updated - 12/19/14
Twelve Broken Arrow High School seniors signed letters of intent during the November signing period. The following is a list of student-athletes who signed with colleges on or after the Nov. 12 signing day. Baseball Harrison . . .
Coach Beau Wallace talks about Friday's season home opener and the benefits of practices during Winter Break.
Varsity Cheer manager Kailey Fry was recognized with a STRIPES award for Positive Attitude. Cheer coach Amy Howe described Fry "as a selfless person who always has a smile on her face. She encourages her teammates at all . . .
Wrestling coach Shawn Jones looks back at the Walsh Ironman and talks about Winter Break workouts. Coming Wednesday - Basketball coaches preview Friday's games against Bixby.
First year head coach David Alexander introduced two new awards - Tiger Hustle Award and Ultimate Tiger Award - and presented Tiger Stripes medallions to 10 players at the Annual Broken Arrow Tiger Football Banquet, Thursday night at The . . .
“Again.” The expression on the girls’ faces testify that they are familiar with the instruction. Without extra urging, the dancers find their marks to redo the previous set of leaps, turns and jumps. If they . . .
Tiger wrestling coach Shawn Jones looks back at his team's sucessful opening week and looks ahead this weekend's Ironman Wrestling Tournament in Ohio,one of the nation's most challenging and prestigious high school . . .
Varsity Cheerleader Justin Messner was awarded the latest Tiger STRIPES medal, given to Broken Arrow athletes who consistantly display one of seven quality character traits. "He goes above and beyond to help out whenever . . .
Tiger Coaches look back at last week's games and ahead to upcoming contests
Prior to Thanksgiving break, Tigette captain Rachel Fulton organized a food drive for Broken Arrow Neighbors that resulted in more than 3,000 items being donated from more than 150 households. After receiving a donation of 800 sacks from . . .
Broken Arrow High School's Chelsea Barnes, who overcame back surgery a year ago, earned Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State cheer recognition A senior, Barnes will cheer for the East at the OCA All-State basketball and football . . .
EDMOND - Jared Haltom closed his Broken Arrow High Schooi cross country career as a three-time all-stater Saturday at the Class 6A state meet Saturday. Haltom was sixth overall with a 16:11 in his best finish in four years of qualifying . . .
Three of the pillars – outfielders Maegan Rollow and Hannah Heinrichs and pitcher Ashley Watts – on Broken Arrow High School's Class 6A state runner-up team, Sunday were named Oklahoma High School Fastpitch Softball Coaches . . .
Setter Libby Smith, part of two state tournament teams at Broken Arrow High School, was named Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State for volleyball. Smith helped the Lady Tigers reach the final eight this season with 893 set assists, 290 . . .
Five members of the Lady Tigers state finalist fast pitch softball team were named to the All-Region 10 Team. The players are Ashley Watts, pitcher; Alexa Romero, catcher; Caitlin Paolini, utility and outfielders Hannah . . .
The Broken Arrow Varsity Tigettes placed third in Pom in the Tulsa State Fair Dance Championship at the UMAC on October 25. The Junior Varsity Tigettes placed second in Jazz and third in Pom in their division. Sierra Cherry and Liz . . .
Get the inside story on BA's third consecutive Cheerleading State Championship.
As quickly as Hanna can gather up volleyballs scattered across the auxiliary gym court, Delight is removing them one at a time from the canvas-bagged cart and tossing them back in for a free-play drill. That is a significantly small . . .
Nearly 30 elementary students, each with a tennis racquet in hand, eagerly awaited the moment they would be given the chance to hit the ball over the net. Scott Milner, with the help of a few Broken Arrow High School tennis players, corralled . . .
Athletic Hall of Famer was 2-time state champion
Broken Arrow Athletic Hall of Fame member Skyler Holman, a two-time State Champion and the 1998 Outstanding Wrestler of the state tournament, died Saturday after battling an aggressive form of lung and bone cancer. “Tyler was part . . .
Broken Arrow American and Broken Arrow National, the district's two eighth grade volleyball teams, went undefeated in Frontier Conference play this season. BA American swept Muskogee White, 25-19, 25-7, and Sand Springs 1, 25-7, . . .
Broken Arrow’s varsity cheer squad won their third consecutive Large Coed Division OSSAA Cheer State Championship this past Saturday at Lloyd Noble Center on the University of Oklahoma campus. The Tigers placed first with a score . . .
Coach Jones thrilled with numbers
Sixth hour athletics for middle school students is something that intrigued wrestling coach Shawn Jones. When first checking the enrollment records, his interest grew to enthusiasm. A month into the school year and Jones’ enthusiasm has . . .
Parents of Broken Arrow High School, Freshman Academy and middle school student-athletes may go online to complete necessary forms to assure their child is eligible to begin participation in school athletics. The completion of such . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .
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 . . .