This Week in Sapulpa History: Pearl Harbor was attacked, destroying USS Oklahoma & Arizona, killing sailors Albert Lewis Ward and Unknown Sapulpan

This Week in Sapulpa History: Pearl Harbor was attacked, destroying USS Oklahoma & Arizona, killing sailors Albert Lewis Ward and Unknown Sapulpan

On Sunday, December 7, 1941, a little before 8 in the morning Hawaii Standard Time, or just before noon in Sapulpa, the attack on Pearl Harbor began. Hundreds of Imperial Japanese aircrafts of dive bombers, torpedo bombers, and fighters rained down on the Naval Base.

This Week in Sapulpa History – Sapulpa Football Faces Rival Tulsa Central

This Week in Sapulpa History – Sapulpa Football Faces Rival Tulsa Central

This week in Sapulpa history was preserved for football. Specifically Sapulpa football against their “old rivals,” Tulsa Central. Sapulpa High School’s blue-and-white Chieftains would often face-off against Tulsa Central High School’s crimson-and-cream Braves during Thanksgiving week.