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October 17, 2012

"By halftime the temperature was 49 degrees and I was miserable. I couldn’t feel my face, hands, legs or feet. I thought my cute Hello Kitty socks could handle the cold but I was wrong."

Being a Southwest Indian I had no idea what to do when the cold front recently came through Oklahoma. My eyes nearly popped out of my head when I saw that the high temperatures were going to be in the 50’s.

To put things into perspective, I start dusting off my jackets and breaking out the sweats once the temperatures hit between 60-65 degrees.

October 10, 2012

Cougars are 4-1 so far; Next games scheduled Oct. 12

The Woodland Cougars scored their fourth win of the season against the Oaks Warriors, 46-6 on Oct. 5.

“It was one of those games where we went into it knowing we would probably win,” said Lane Brumley, Osage, Woodland football player. “Our main goal was to just focus on our fundamentals and do them right every play.”

Despite the 54-degree temperature when the game started, the Cougars were on fire scoring five touchdowns in the first quarter.

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 24, 2012

Cougars defeat Agra Bearcats 32-22

The Woodland Cougars scored their second win of the season against the Agra Bearcats on Sept. 21.

The Cougars didn’t waste anytime showing the Bearcats whose turf they were on when they scored a touchdown within the first four minutes of the game, 6-0.

The Cougars went on to score two more touchdowns in the first quarter, 18-0.

With 1:27 to go in the first quarter the Bearcats intercepted a pass, which lead to a touchdown with fifteen seconds to go in the first quarter, 18-8.

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.

December 21, 2011

All-State game set for July 27 at 8 p.m. A site in the Tulsa area is yet to be named

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

Three Osage football players Willie Zackery, Talon Miles Satepauhoodle and Jeremy Iron have been named to the Oklahoma All-State Football Teams.

In Class A, Woodland running back Willie Zachery and Hominy offensive lineman Talon Satepauhoodle were named to the A East Offense team.

In Class 2A, Pawhuska’s offensive lineman Jeremy Iron was named to the 2A East Offense team.

Also from Woodland, quarterback Patrick Bartlett made the Class A East Defense team.

December 14, 2011

Woodland had 27 straight wins until they fell to Wayne in the Class A State Championship Dec. 10

Just about everyone in the small town of Fairfax remembers that cold winter day in 2010 when the Woodland football team won the school’s first state championship title.

They’ll also remember how the Cougars fell short, 35-28 in this years state title game to the Wayne Bulldogs, ruining Woodland’s chance at a second consecutive state football title and undefeated season.

But that’s not what the 31 Cougars and their coaches want you to remember.

 

December 4, 2011

The Cougars will meet Wayne to defend their Class A championship title at the Boone Pickens Stadium in Stillwater on Dec. 10 at 1 p.m.

After what seemed like a breezy regular and post season, Woodland is back in the state championship game to defend their Class A title.

Woodland defeated Thomas-Fay-Custer, 32-7, on Dec. 2, in a semi-final matchup in Enid.

The freezing temperature, sleet-turf field and weak Thomas defense wasn’t enough to hold the Cougars back, 13-0, for a chance to defend their title.

Woodland coach Joe Sindelar said his team executed well despite the conditions.

December 2, 2011

Woodland to face off against Thomas to advance to the state finals of Class A football

After three rounds in the Oklahoma high school football playoffs Woodland is back in the final four, but Pawhuska and Hominy came up short and finished their seasons on a hopeful note.

Class A defending state champions Woodland defeated Ringling on Nov. 25, 46-7, and advanced to the semi-finals against Thomas-Fay-Custer. They meet Thomas Dec. 2 at 7:30 p.m. at Enid High School for a chance to defend their title in the state championship game.

Woodland coach Joe Sindaler said the team has had yet another interesting post-season schedule.

April 18, 2011

Kylie Johnson will take her middle-distance running to the next level at the University of Central Oklahoma in Edmond

All Kylie Johnson needed was a little shove.

When she was an underclassmen she didn’t mind competing in track and field events, but after a little push from her mom a running star was born.

“As a sophomore she started out the season sprinting and her mom forced her to run the 400 at Newkirk, and she finally got mad at her (mom), stomped off and ran the 400 and won,” Kylie’s father Casey Johnson said. “So she figured out she was a middle-distance runner.”

And a good one at that.

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.

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