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Broken Arrow High School Football is looking for football managers for the 2015 Football Season. You must be a current student at BAHS (10th-12th grade) to apply. We like to have fun while doing the important tasks that the . . .
Assistant Athletic Director Melenda Knight received the Newcomer Athletic Director of the Year Award from the Oklahoma Intercollegiate Athletic Administrators Association at the Oklahoma Coaches Association conference in Tulsa on . . .
It was just a year ago that new Tigette Coach Meag Warren informed her squad that strength and conditioning training would be part of their weekly practice routine. “They had never worked out before – ever,” Warren . . .
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Broken Arrow volleyball’s busy summer concludes with a camp this week at Oral Roberts University. “We have played a lot of volleyball,” said new head coach Ian Bullen after the Lady Tigers completed a 12-match, . . .
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 . . .
Area businesses and service providers, along with friends, family, and former youth coaches of Broken Arrow football players will receive a letter in the mail within the next week or two asking them to “Adopt-A-Tiger.” . . .
Cross country summer workouts began June 22 for 40-some high school runners. Those student were joined June 6 for a 6:30 a.m. conditioning run by middle school students – their first day of summer conditioning. Throughout the . . .
Six new members of the Broken Arrow High School Athletic Hall of Fame will be inducted at halftime of the Tigers football game against Union on September 18 at Memorial Stadium. The inductees are: Leann Buneta - . . .
Shawn Jones’ hands pressed against his slightly bent knees. He leaned back against the padding of the wrestling room wall. Above him, a banner listing the years of 16 state team championships and more than 60 individual state titles. . . .
Broken Arrow senior-to-be Justin Moore was named the Tulsa World All-Metro Boys Golfer of the Year. Moore was the Frontier Conference individual champion, leading the team to a conference title and a second place finish - the . . .
All 2015 home games kick off at 7:30 p.m.
Tiger football fans may renew their season tickets June 15-26 in the Broken Arrow Athletic Office located on the second floor of the Multipurpose Facility (just south of Memorial Stadium, 2200 N. 23 rd Street). Last year’s . . .
Seven Broken Arrow Tigettes earned All-American honors and all four teams won several awards at the Universal Dance Alliance camp at the University of Oklahoma. Aspen Dixon, Alexa Martin and Natalie Flowers received varsity . . .
Five Broken Arrow soccer players were named to the Oklahoma Soccer Coaches Association All-State team and will play in the association's all-state games on June 13 in Noble. The girls game starts at 6 p.m. and the boys . . .
Senior golfer Shannen Stewart and senior tennis player Shaylee Smith were named Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State in their respective sports this week. Stewart was intstrumental in back-to-back runner-up finishes in the state . . .
Seven Broken Arrow coaches were awarded Tiger STRIPES medals at the BAPS Athletic Department year-end coaches meeting Wednesday. Throughout the year, coaches in each sport recognize athletes with a Tiger STRIPES medallion for . . .
Three members of the Lady Tiger Class 6A state champion slow pitch softball team were named Oklahoma Slow Pitch Coaches Association All-State and several others players received all-academic postseason recognition. Seniors Hannah . . .
After three rain outs – more than a week’s worth of postponements – Friday’s end to the slow pitch softball season became an 18 th birthday celebration beyond imagination for Broken Arrow Lady Tigers catcher . . .
After three hours Broken Arrow School District training staff and students and doctors and nurses from St. John Broken Arrow and Tulsa Bone and Joint began to put away tables, physical forms and equipment used on the more . . .
When Michael Rogers and his family welcomed Ken and Cindy Ellett into their neighborhood nearly two years ago, little did Broken Arrow’s executive athletic director realize that Rogers would be part of a contingent of legislators who . . .
Broken Arrow High School hosted a second signing day event for seniors who did not sign letters of intent in February. Tiger seniors signing in April included the following athletes: Josh . . .
Broken Arrow Public Schools Board of Education approved a recommendation to hire Ian Bullen as the new varsity head volleyball coach at a meeting Monday afternoon. Ian Bullen, who started the Coweta High School volleyball program in . . .
Of the students displayed on the banners, Lauren is the only one still attending BAHS
Lauren Holland may not be known by name, but she certainly is recognizable. She is featured in one of six larger-than-life banners on the west side of Memorial Stadium. “Yeah, that’s me,” answers Holland, who . . .
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 . . .
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. . . .
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 . . .