WOSC College Course offered for Care and Treatment of Athletic Injuries

Just want to let you know that WOSC will offer the Care and Treatment of Athletic Injuries course, REQUIRED to be a coach, assistant, and/or volunteer coach for public schools. IF interested, please call Katie Brewer at WOSC @ 477-7925 or send her a written statement asking that she enroll you in the class. She will need a date and your signature on the request as well. MUST ENROLL by next Wednesday, March 14, 2018. Cost is a little less than $400, and it will be documented on a College Transcript.

Basketball Update

The Girls beat Hollis, and will play 1st ranked Christian Heritage Academy today, Friday, March 2nd, at 6:30 at Chickasha High School, 201 John P. Cowan, Chickasha, OK 73018. Admission is $5.00, and we ask that you do not bring any signs, banners, or noisemakers, in accordance with OSSAA guidelines. The game will be broadcast live on KQTZ 105.9FM.

If they win, they advance to the state tournament, and if not, they play again, at the same time and place, Tomorrow, Saturday, March 3rd.

Navajo Lady Indians Become Regional Champions with Win Over Hollis Lady Tigers 53-31

By Eleanor Guinan

They knew this game could go either way. Yes they have won against the Lady Hollis Tiger before, but it’s a new day and a new atmosphere-it’s the Regionals atmosphere. No matter which way this game went, the Navajo Lady Indians would give 110% on the court.
Our ladies got the ball first, but were struggling to get the a basket. They were rebounding countless times until finally junior Kalee Cross received free throws and put in one of the two to put Navajo on the board.

Navajo Indians Lose to Latta Panthers 65-27, Move onto Consolation Bracket

By Eleanor Guinan

The Navajo Indians we had been seeing lately were unstoppable. They were expected to be the same unstoppable team. It’s unknown if it was because Latta Panthers are a tough team, or if it was just an “off” day for the Indians but something was not the same for them.
The game was starting out very smooth for the boys. When Latta scored, Navajo also scored. Junior Kolten Hurst even had a nice tip-in to put Navajo on the board. Senior Tristan Netherton was helping evening

Navajo Indians Suffer Devastating Loss From Amber-Pocasset Panthers 58-32 to End Season

By Eleanor Guinan

There was a hint that the boys we’ve seen the past few games were back. The energy felt like they were back and ,from the experience they had Friday night, you would think they were back. And maybe they were and just couldn’t meet up to the number ten in 2A class, 23-5 Amber-Pocasset Panthers. They tried with all they had and that is all that matters.
The game started out in the Indians favor when they got the ball first, but Am-Po’s defense was solid and their offense

Navajo Lady Indians Fight Through Battle Against Latta Lady Panthers to Win 43-31 to Move onto Championship Round

By Eleanor Guinan

No one feared the Lady Indians were going to lose Friday night. The odds were with them. Latta Lady Panthers weren’t ranked, they had an extra day to prepare because of bad weather, and the Lady Indians are a good team, no doubt. However, Latta put up an unexpected fight from start to finish that made this game a great one.
The fight started when Latta got the ball first and scored first. But our girls fought right back, scoring one free-throw to get on the board. The

Navajo Indians Win Legendary Battle With Walters Blue Devils to Win Districts 64-60 in Overtime

By Eleanor Guinan

The Navajo Indians ran out onto the court Saturday night to finish a job. The job of winning Districts for the first time in a long time and to tell the community that they are the same hardworking team that got to play in Districts.
You could see the determination from the boys right when the whistle blew. They got the ball first and scored from junior Kolten Hurst dropping in two. And everyone followed suit. The boys were blocking, reflecting and stealing the ball from