A last-minute (well 2 minutes) play made all the difference in this heartbreaking game.
Most of the students have a low-level skin condition, and the situation is being handled appropriately.
The homecoming parade was a warm one, but still memorable. See all the photos, and a video of the band.
Sapulpa quarterback Eli Williams scored twice in the third quarter, but the Sand Springs running game was just too much for the Chieftains.
In a lineup of more teams than we can name, Sapulpa’s Varsity Girls placed first, and plenty of others placed in their respective races. See results and photos in the story.
Even if you couldn’t be there, this gallery will make it seem like you were. Fantastic photos by Aryn Ward.
Despite a stronger defense and a couple of fantastic plays, Sapulpa fails to pull ahead of Choctaw late in the game.
Sand Springs didn’t quite repeat their run-rule victory from the week before, but the game was never in any doubt after the visiting Sandites drilled four runs in the top of the first.
Even someone who wasn’t at this game can appreciate how tough it was just by reading how it all went down.
Sapulpa’s opening game against Duncan showed some promise, but lacked polish needed to execute.