Pressures of Covid on Sports teams

By: Avery Hudkins  Imagine hearing the big cheers and yells during a sports game. This year they will be cut in half and muffled through masks. The Jenks soccer team along with other sports teams will be facing some pressures and struggles this upcoming year due to the pandemic. They are doing everything in their... Continue Reading →

Dirty Jobs: Newbie Tries Lacrosse

After a highschool career of working on academics and staying inside my little box, who would’ve thought that I would be walking onto a field, lacrosse stick in hand, ready and excited to die while attempting a sport? No one, absolutely no one, I thought to myself as I approached the field for the first... Continue Reading →

State Champ Wrestler

By Emily Polsten Wrestling: a sport where people without pants fight over a belt. Drake Vannoy, one of our very own Jenks High School wrestlers is the back to back champion at the state tournament a few weeks ago. At the time of publication, he is currently on his way to Virginia for the National... Continue Reading →

A Day in the Life of Golf

By Taylor Hatheway Since most people don’t know what a golf tournament is like, I thought it would be interesting to take you along with me for a two-day golf tournament on March 1st and 2nd in Granbury, Texas. Thursday February 28, 2019: When I woke up to my alarm, I rolled out of bed,... Continue Reading →

Tulsa Juice Boys: Fitness Addicts

By Emily Polsten Tulsa … Juice … Boys? Who are they? I asked myself this when they requested to follow me on Instagram. I learned one of my classmates was in this group. His name is Elliott Broach (12). I thought it was odd when he walked into my sixth hour class with a “waist... Continue Reading →

Behind the Scenes of Football

BY Victoria Gaikwad   Football may seem like it’s just the players and coaches, but the spotlight can’t just be on them. Some light has to shine on those who work behind the scenes and make everything run ever so smoothly. That type of dedication comes from our beloved managers. Sports managing takes about 16... Continue Reading →

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