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October 24, 2012

Cougars win their sixth game of season; Next high school games are Oct. 26

The Woodland Cougars scored their sixth win of the season against the South Coffeyville Lions, 60-12 on Oct. 19.

The Cougars didn’t waste anytime and scored a 65-yard touchdown four minutes into the first quarter, 6-0.

“Don’t get me wrong, they were good but in the end we came out on top,” said Cole Brumley, an Osage player for Woodland.

At the end of the first quarter, the Cougars got a safety, 8-0.

At the beginning of the second quarter, Brumley scored a touchdown and 2-point conversion for the Cougars, 16-0.

October 4, 2012

Osage Buck player named Tulsa World’s ‘Athlete of the Week’; Three area high school football games scheduled Oct. 5

The Hominy Bucks lost their fourth game of the season against the Morrison Wildcats, 38-6 on Sept. 28.

“This season has been tough but the final scores have been close so it’s really not anything we should be down about,” said Anthony Kemble, Osage, Hominy football player.

 During the first quarter each team held their ground, 0-0.  But three seconds into the second quarter, the Wildcats scored a touchdown and a two-point conversion, 8-0. 

September 18, 2012

Huskies win their first game of the season against Hominy; Woodland also wins its Sept. 14 game against Copan

The Pawhuska Huskies took home bragging rights in this year’s Battle of the Osage amid the threat of rain.  

Pawhuska and Hominy football fans arrived at Hominy High’s football stadium with umbrellas, rain jackets and even a canopy to support their teams at the annual rivalry game on Sept. 14.

The Huskies and Bucks held their ground during the first quarter, 0-0.

In the second quarter, the Bucks tackled the Huskies in the end zone for a safety and the lead, 2-0.

September 10, 2012

Hominy and Woodland also lose their Sept. 7 games

The Pawhuska Huskies lost their first home football game against the Dewey Bulldoggers, 53-13 on Sept. 7.

The Huskies scored a 95-yard touchdown in the first quarter but it was no match for the Bulldoggers who scored two touchdowns, 14-7.

Halfway through the second quarter the Bulldoggers scored two touchdowns within two minutes apart. The Huskies fought hard and with one minute to go in the second quarter scored their final touchdown of the night, 27-13.

February 8, 2012

Jeremy Iron and Gene Big Soldier III sign letters of intent Feb. 7

Jeremy Iron and Gene Big Soldier III have officially signed away their Pawhuska orange for some Haskell purple.

On Feb. 7 at Pawhuska High School the two signed their letters of intent to play football at Haskell Indian Nations University.

“I’m pretty excited,” Iron said. “I’m ready to pad up. I miss not being in football pads, and football season, so when I get up there I’ll be itching to get back in.”

September 19, 2011

Pawhuska beats Hominy 39-6

* Editor's Note: This story has been revised for accuracy (July 24, 2012)

This year’s Battle of the Osage victory goes to the Pawhuska Huskies.

In a 39-6 win over the Hominy Bucks (1-2) last Friday, Pawhuska (2-1) earned its bragging rights for the next year.

Coming off a tough loss to Perry the week before, the Huskies were ready for the highly anticipated crusade.

Pawhuska head coach Eddy Scott said his team tied up some loose ends and felt prepared for the game.

March 9, 2011

Gwinn receives full ride to become a Norseman

Every Sunday after church, for the past two years, Dillon Gwinn and his family would head to the Pawhuska High School football field to get in some kicking practice.

Dillon’s brother, Justin Sellers, would hold the ball while Dillon practiced his kick, and his mother and other family members would stand behind the field goal catching balls.

March 1, 2011

Pawhuska Huskies season finished

The Pawhuska Lady Huskies aren’t ready to give up.

This year’s 19-7, ranked No. 16 in 3A girls basketball team used the regional playoffs to show just what they’re made of, even when they were pushed up against the wall.

Pawhuska traveled to Verdigris Feb. 24 and took a close 42-38 loss to the Lady Cardinals.

The loss dropped them into the regional losers bracket where they traveled to Inola for a match up with Nowata Feb. 25.

February 23, 2011

Pawhuska Huskies play Sperry and the Lady Huskies play Verdigris. Both teams play Thursday in Verdigris

It was quite the weekend for six local girls and boy’s basketball teams in Osage County.

Four teams, the Woodland girls and boys team and the Hominy girls and boys team ended their seasons in the district play, after losing in the first or second round of the post season. Moving on was both the Pawhuska boys and girls teams who both play in Verdigris Thursday.

Class A

February 17, 2011

Pawhuska will travel to Inola on Saturday and play at 8 p.m. Win or lose the Huskies will get a chance to play in the regional tournament next week.

Pawhuska will travel to Inola on Saturday and play at 8 p.m. Win or lose the Huskies will get a chance to play in the regional tournament next week.

February 16, 2011

Pawhuska will travel to Inola Saturday for district playoffs; Hominy will play at home

Just in time.

It’s a phrase Pawhuska boy’s basketball coach Monty Unruh has wanted to say since late November.

The team has dealt with some unpredictable ups and downs, with injuries and illnesses, but with the district part of the season vastly approaching, things have begun to look up, starting with the 52-43 victory over Hominy last night in the last regular-season game.

Unruh said it was a good way to start district play.