The Tahlequah boys basketball team was named the Class 5A academic state champion on Saturday in Tulsa at the Mabee Center. The Tigers finished the season with a collective 3.68 grade-point average. In the photo, on the front row (from left), is Hunter Smith, Kourtland McMillan, Tyler Miller and David Dick. Back row: Tahlequah coaches, Mike Leafgreen and David Qualls, Dalton Cunningham, Will Carlile, Stone Faddis, Jake Vader, Eric Garcia, Coleman Craig, Tahlequah coach Pat Dotson and Tahlequah Public Schools Superintendent Lisa Presley.
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Helsley hauls in honors
Sequoyah’s Ryan Helsley caps off his athletic career with accolades in three sports, including an Indian All-State selection.
New job for Jake
Former Keys standout Jake Fisher has excelled as a starter for Oklahoma after Dillon Overton suffered an arm injury earlier this season.
After losing more than a dozen players to graduation, Keys’ football team looks to find replacements during spring ball.
A strict schedule
Sequoyah going through modified spring practice while adhering to sanctions.
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A spring thing
Tahlequah returned to the football field for the first week of spring football practice.
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Hulbert sacks football coach
Mitchell Crittenden not retained as the Riders' head football coach.
Ending on a high note
Tahlequah’s Brandon Conrad caps off track season with 2nd in the high jump.
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