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.
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.
Sapulpa’s opening game against Duncan showed some promise, but lacked polish needed to execute.
After having a full year to work with his team, he’s saying they’re stronger and faster, and expects this season’s win-loss record to reflect that.
Plus, one of our Resource Officers can really handle his drums. Wow.
Sapulpa High School has a new food pantry for the students who are “food insecure”. But they need your help in keeping it stocked! Food Insecurity: the state of being without reliable access to a sufficient quantity of affordable, nutritious food. When you come to the game tonight, please bring any non-perishable food items (no frozen…
Sapulpa’s Varsity football team is facing a 0-7 season right now, with a heavy hit from The Bartlesville Bruins, who left Friday night’s game with a 51-28 win over the Chieftains. Still, a larger-than usual crowd showed up to the game; it was after all, homecoming. And homecoming is more than just about football. Photo credits:…
Friday night also marked a point of solidarity between the two teams in support of a Sandite who passed away from cancer shortly before the game.