Matt Hennesy taking over at Pawhuska

Pawhuska Public Schools approved Matt Hennesy as head coach at Monday night's special board of education meeting. Hennesy leaves Locust Grove after going 52-18 during a six-year run. "I'm super excited to become the head coach at Pawhuska," Hennesey said. "It was hard to leave Locust Grove since we have a very talented team coming … Continue reading Matt Hennesy taking over at Pawhuska

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Jody Weber steps down at Davis

Davis' triple-option attack will be under the guidance of a new head coach in 2018. Jody Weber, at the helm for the Wolves since taking over for his dad, Joe, in 2001, stepped down on Friday. "It's just time for me to move on," Weber said. "I have been unbelievably blessed in my career. Davis … Continue reading Jody Weber steps down at Davis

Lee Blankenship headed to Bartlesville

Bartlesville wasted little time in finding its permanent head coach this offseason. On Monday a source revealed that Beggs' Lee Blankenship will be named the Bruins' head coach. The move won't be official until Bartlesville's next school board meeting, which is scheduled for Jan. 15. Blankenship recently concluded his fifth season as the Demons' head … Continue reading Lee Blankenship headed to Bartlesville

Oakland at ORU – Scouting report

ORU at a glance Things have not been going well. That’s putting it mildly. The Golden Eagles rank poorly in nearly statistical category, one of the worst being scoring margin (minus-15.8), where ORU ranks 332nd out of 351 Division I teams. Turnover margin, turnovers forced, scoring offense, scoring defense, free three percentage, field goal percentage … Continue reading Oakland at ORU – Scouting report