Amy Howe is still exhausted. It’s been five days since Broken Arrow varsity cheer won their fourth-straight Large Co-Ed Division State Championship, and the head coach is in recuperation mode. “It was a hard two . . .
Children enrolled in Pre-K thorugh seventh grade may participate in Broken Arrow Cheer's "Parents' Night Out" on Saturday, Oct. 10 from 6:30 p.m. to 10 p.m. at Broken Arrow High School's Tiger Field House. . . .
A win in Saturday's make-up game at Muskogee will assure the Lady Tigers of hosting a softball regional the first week of October. The Lady Tigers are 10-3 in district play, one game ahead of the Union Redskins. The two teams . . .
Sixth in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Shannon Dobson described Andy Wilkins as one of the best hitters he’s ever had in a Broken Arrow Tiger uniform. On Friday, Wilkins will take his place among BAHS’ storied athletic history. Wilkins is one of six members . . .
Fifth in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
When Doug Quinn looked back on his career as a sports writer, he doesn’t recall scores from memorable games or standout teams he covered at Broken Arrow High. “It’s just covering kids,” . . .
Fourth in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Wayne Bishop spent his career as a sports writer searching for the opportunity to shine the light on the accomplishments of others. Now, Bishop, who spent nearly half a century in the business, is being . . .
Third in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Tom Frohnapfel used to pester Steve Dunlap about scheduling until one day the former Broken Arrow varsity wrestling coach had enough. Frohnapfel, an assistant coach for Dunlap and the Tiger program, believed the wrestlers who were not . . .
Second in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Karen Holman described her daughter as “self-motivated.” “She never needed anybody to tell her she had a bad day,” Holman recalled. “She would always go out and put in extra . . .
Cross country event co-hosted by BA Runner
“Hilly.” There’s no disputing the single word Broken Arrow cross country runners use in describing their new course. The 10 schools that will join BA for Saturday morning’s meet will no doubt leave with a similar . . .
Kickoff set for 7:30 on Arrowvision.TV; 97.1 the Sports Animal
The last - and only other – time the Tigers traveled across the Red River was 2011. That team dispelled the myth that is Mojo Magic and throttled Odessa Permian 65-26 on their way to a record-setting season and the Class 6A finale. . . .
First in a series featuring 2015 BAHS Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees
Initially, Leann Buneta thought somebody was playing an elaborate prank on her. Last spring the former Broken Arrow High softball pitcher was told she was being considered for the BAHS Athletic Hall of . . .
Two things returned to Ashley Chesser over the Labor Day weekend: her hitting stroke and her smile. With three home runs in six games, Chesser more than tripled her home run output of the previous 15 games. Her batting average neared . . .
Whether you are a soccer player who wants to incorporate your ball skills on the golf course or a golfer who has wanted to kick something around the links then Tiger Soccer has created an opportunity for you. . . .
Five matches over the weekend and two more tri-matches during the first three days of September offer up little practice time for the Lady Tiger Volleyball team. “We’ve probably got some tired legs going right now,” . . .
A quick glance at Broken Arrow’s softball starting lineup could lead one to reason that it’s another experienced Lady Tiger team. After all, six of the nine starters are seniors. However, only one of those starters – . . .
Head Coach David Alexader talks about finally getting the pads on and the Tigers early season practices.
BA sweeps Bixby in season opener
Coach Ian Bullen talks about his debut as head coach following the the Lady Tigers season-opening sweep of Bixby Tuesday night at Tiger Field House.
More than 140 coaches earned CPR certifications and learned about everything from purchase orders to athletic tutoring at the annual Broken Arrow all-coaches meeting at the Varsity Club on Wednesday. Following a welcome and introduction . . .
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 . . .
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. . . .
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 . . .
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 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 . . .