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May 10, 2014
State Track Competition:
Cole Montgomery placed 7th in both 3200m run and 1600m run. Both were best time of year.
May 10, 2014
STATE RUNNER-UP CHAMPIONS
The defending 3A State Champion Lady Ironheads shot their best two rounds of golf for the 2014 season only to fall short to the Purcell Dragons by 10 strokes. Eufaula found themselves in a three team race for the Championship after day one. Eufaula shot their season low of 326 on day one falling behind Purcell by three strokes and ahead of Idabel by one stroke. Eufaula’s Melissa Eldredge was tied for the lead with Idabel’s Ali White at 73. Heidi Stafford shot her season low of 81,placing her in 7th place, followed by Rachel Donaldson with a 84 putting her just outside the top 10 at 11th place. Hope Lasiter shot a solid 88 good enough for 17th place.
Day Two was started an hour early due to high chances of thunderstorms. Idabel’s Ali White started the day off right with a hole in one on hole number three. The hole in one was the difference in the individual race as she edged out Eufaula’s Melissa Eldredge by two strokes at the end of the day. After nine holes played Eufaula had fallen behind Purcell by 7 strokes and had increased their lead over Idabel by 6 strokes. After a two hour rain delay the teams went out to finish the second nine holes. The Lady Ironheads and Purcell Dragons battled stroke for stroke on the back nine as Idabel fell back. The Lady Ironheads fought tough but couldn’t close the gap on Purcell for the back to back Championship. Melissa Eldredge ended day two with a 76 giving her a two day total of 149. Heidi Stafford shot a 82 and a two day total of 163 placing her in 5th place overall. Rachel Donaldson shot a 83 and a two day total of 167 placing her in a 4 way tie for 8th place. Donaldson won a one hole playoff to secure her top 10 finish. Hope Lasiter ended the day with a 90 for a two day total of 180 placing her at 20th place overall.
Lone Grove 785
Cascia Hall 874
the Eufaula FFA Chapter
Star Greenhand Award
YOUR 2014-2015 CHAPTER OFFICER TEAM:
President: Hannah Tankersley
Vice President: Alex Anderson
Secretary: Rylee Flusche
Treasurer: Cleo Giraldo
Reporter: Shelby Heflin
Sentiel: Katlynn Payne
Stuco Representative: Baylee Heflin
Congratulations to the Boys and Girls Golf Teams:
The Girls Golf Team Made it to State and
Mason Dobbs & Luke VanCleave Qualified for State as Individuals.
Luke 82-77 and Mason 86-84.
April 29, 2014
2014 3A REGIONAL CHAMPIONS
For the second straight year the Lady Ironheads claim the East Regional Title at Scissortail Golf Course in Verdigris. Eufaula will enter the State Tournament as the number one seed out of the east regional at Fountainhead Creek Golf Course. The Lady Ironheads posted a score of 353 to out pace the Marlow Outlaws and Henryetta Knights who both shot 379 to advance to the state tournament. Sophomores Melissa Eldredge and Heidi Stafford finished one and two in the individual race with 84 and 85. Freshman Hope Lasiter shot a 91 and Junior Rachel Donaldson shot a 93 on the day. Lasiter and Donaldson finished 6th and 7th in the medal race. This was the 6th time out of 8 tournaments all four Lady Ironheads placed in the top 10 of the individual medal race.
Eufaula 353 Marlow379 Henryetta 379 Cascia Hall 393 Keys 409 Kingfisher 420 Morris 428 Blackwell 431 Tahlequah Sequoah 473 Perry 474 Stigler 476 Victory Christian 503
2014 Sweepstakes Competition
The Pride of Eufaula
a 1 in Site Reading
and a 2 on Stage Performance
2014 OSSAA Sweepstakes Competition held on April 22nd.
Congratulations Students and Directors for the accomplishments you have earned this year.
Six First Place Wins in a Row for the Lady Ironheads
1st Place - Canadian Tournament
Lady Ironheads Blow Out Canadian Tournament
On a windy, sunny day, Eufaula shoots their season low score of 340 to blow past second place Keys by 83 strokes. All four bags were in the eighties for the first time all season, just in time for post season play. Eufaula was led by Junior, Rachel Donaldson who led all scores and her first tournament win with an 82. Heidi Stafford shot the second best score of the day and her back to back second place finish with an 84. Melissa Eldredge rounded out the top three for the Lady Heads with and 86. Freshman Hope Lasiter continues to be very solid at the four bag with her third straight top five finish. Freshman Brooke Deeb played the day as an individual shooting a 97 good enough for 8th place on the day.
Qualifying for District Competition
The scene right before announcing final placement for Creed.
They stood there arms wrapped around each other for support.
As 4th place was announced they all cheered knowing they had
all qualified to go to district. The announcer asked if they wanted
to know how they placed and they replied it didn't matter.
Nicole Farrow, Matt Whelan Laura VanCleave and Bailyee Heflin
Congratulations to the Land Judging Team on being in the top ten today at State and Wyatt Fells on being Eighth High Individual in Land Judging!
Congratulations to Laura Vancleave on being first in the FFA Creed, and Hannah Tankersley on being fifth in Agribusiness
1st 2nd and 3rd Place at the P.I. at Ft. Gibson.
Laura VanCleave 1st, Bailey Heflin 2nd, at Matt Whelan 3rd.
Speech Contest: 1st place Kori Burge Animal Science(district qualifier) 1st Place Extemp Cleo Giraldo (district qualifier), 1st Place FFA Creed Laura Vancleace (district qualifier), 2nd place Hannah Tankersley Agribusiness(district qualifier), 2nd Place FFA Creed Baylee Heflin(district qualifier), 3rd Place FFA Creed Matt Whelan(wildcard round), 3rd Place 8,9,10 Gen Ag Colton Seaney(wildcard round), 4th place 8,9,10 Gen Ag Rylee Flusche!!
Kellyville speech contest:
1st place Animal Science-Kori Burge,
2nd FFA Creed-Baylee Heflin, 3rd Sr Extemp- Ethan Beebe,
3rd Jr Extemp- Cleo Giraldo,
3rd Agribusiness- Hannah Tankersley,
3rd FFA Creed- Matt Whelan,
4th 8,9,10 Gen Ag- Colton Seaney,
5th FFA Creed- Laura Vancleave
Jenks Speech contest results: Baylee Heflin 2nd FFA Creed, Laura Vancleave 3rd FFA Creed, Hope Glover 4th FFA Creed, Matt Whelan 5th FFA Creed, Cleo Giraldo 2nd Extemp, Ethan Beebe Sr Extemp 4th, Hannah Tankersley 2nd Agribusiness Kori Burge was 4th in Animal Science
Congratulations to the Land Judging Team for being 3rd at Okmulgee Interscholastics today! We are now headed to Kellyville for a Speech Contest!
NEO FFA CREED SPEECH CONTEST WINNERS
Baylee Heflin 2nd Place Winner - Laura Vancleave 4th place Winner - Matt Whelan 5th place Winner
Land Judging team for Placed 2nd at NEO Interscholastics
Freshman FFA Member, Kennedee Rittenhouse was selected to sing at the Oklahoma FFA State Convention for the second year in a row!
SPORTING CLAYS CONTEST NORTHEAST DISTRICT CHAMPIONS
Left to Right: Mason Dobbs, Daxton Burns, Ethan White, Hunter Gott
On Wednesday, November 13, the Eufaula FFA Sporting Clays Team traveled to Archadia Oklahoma to compete with the best of the best in the State of Oklahoma in sporting clays shooting. The Eufaula FFA Sporting Clays team was the Northeast District Champion team with the first and sixth high individuals in the district on the team. This was the first time Eufaula FFA has ever had a team qualify for the state contest in this event and the first time Eufaula FFA has won our district contest. The team members Daxton Burns, Ethan white, Mason Dobbs, and Hunter Gott competed in senior division of the state contest placing 10th overall in the contest. That is the number 10 team in the entire state! There are approximately 200 FFA Sporting clays teams in the state!
BUSINESS PROFESSIONALS OF AMERICA
Amy Armendariz, Colton Seaney,
Brooke Williams, and Olivia Smith
Eufaula High School Business Professionals of America attended their Spring Leadership Conference on March 13 & 14, 2014. BPA is a career and technical student organization that is headquartered in Columbus, OH. BPA aims to develop leadership, academic, and technological skills in the workplace among students and leaders within the community. The BPA motto is “Today’s students. Tomorrow’s business professionals.” There are 51,000 student members in 23 states and 2,300 chapters. BPA awards students through competitive events, BPA care awards and torch awards. There are 3 leadership conferences held; Fall, Spring and National.
Eufaula High School had 3 students place at the Spring Leadership Conference, held at the ORU Maybe Center in Tulsa, OK. Rachel Marlar, placed 2nd in Advanced Word Processing and will go on to the National Leadership Conference in Indianapolis, IN. Olivia Smith placed in the top 10, in prepared speech, Amy Armendariz placed in the top 10 in extemporaneous speech, Colton Seaney and Brooke Williams both tried out for announcer and were chosen. Colton announced the Post-Secondary awards session and Brooke Williams announced the Secondary awards session.
Mrs. Theresa Akers and Mrs. Allison Aday sponsor Eufaula High School’s BPA organization. We are very proud of our students. They competed with all BPA members throughout the state of Oklahoma, not just 3A schools. These students represented Eufaula High School in a very professional manner and showed great leadership skills.
Brooke Williams - Olivia Smith
Brooke Williams - Colton Seaney
2013-2014 BOYS BASKETBALL
Congratulations on a Great Season
Eufaula Boys Basketball Team
Head Coach, Bradley Campbell
Area Semi-Finals -
District Champions -
Back Row (l-r): Clay Ridge, Dillon Larkin, Colby Marshall, Gage
Durrett, Cameron LaPach, Daxton Williams, Miles Caldwell, Marvin
Phillips, Colton Caldwell
Front Row (l-r): Raymond Perryman, Wyatt Fells, Austin Payne, Hunter
Gott, Devon Siers, Michael Clover, Austin Wegner, Shane Moore
STATE RED RIBBON ESSAY CONTEST
5th Grader, Camryn Dalton
Annette Bohannon, 5th Grade Language Arts Teacher,
and Jeanette Smith, Superintendent of Schools, are proud to
present Camryn Dalton,
3rd Place Winner of this year's State Red Ribbon Essay Contest.
WE are a CERTIFIED HEALTHY SCHOOL
The “Oklahoma Certified Healthy Schools Act” is voluntary certification of schools that promote wellness, encourage healthy behaviors and establish safe and supportive environments. This legislation uses the Centers for Disease Control (CDC) Coordinated School Health model as the framework for what healthy Oklahoma schools should look like.
MUSCOGEE CREEK NATION CHALLENGE BOWL
Eufaula High School Native American Students Take 3rd at the Annual Muscogee Creek Nation Challenge Bowl.
A huge congratulations goes to “Team Eufaula Ironheads”, who placed 3rd overall after 12 rounds of competition against schools across the state of Oklahoma, Thursday February 11th, at the Muscogee Creek Nation Challenge Bowl.
An array of dignitaries where in attendance, including Principal Chief George Tiger, who opened the day’s competition with words of encouragement to all students who were participating.
The students who made up “Team Eufaula Ironheads” were Dallian Thunderbull, Tyresse Collins, CW Burns, Abraham Williams,Shelby Bevenue and Ronnie Hallum. The team received a plaque of achievement, along with bronze medallions for each winner.
Pictured attached are: top center, Tyresse Collins, from left to right, Ronnie Hallum, Dallian Thunderbull, CW Burns, Abraham Williams and Shelby Bevenue. Thank you Mrs. Pipkins for the above information and coaching the students along with Coach Paden at the bowl!
CROSS COUNTRY TEAM MAKE IT TO STATE COMPETITION
Eufaula Cross Country is headed to STATE. This past Saturday Eufaula runners competed in the Henryetta Regional Meet. Only the top 5 individuals and the top 5 teams qualified for state. Senior Madison Newton placed 5th with a 2 mile time of 12:50 qualifying for state in the 2nd overall individual spot out of 89 runners. Junior Cole Montgomery placed 2nd with a 5K time of 16:40 out of 72 runners helping his whole team qualify for state. Yes that is right…….for the first time is Eufaula School history a cross country TEAM is going to STATE. Only the top 5 boys teams in our regional qualified for state while our boys finished 4th. 1) Kansas 2)Sequoyah-Tahlequah 3)Henryetta 4)Eufaula 5)Holdenville 6)Kellyville 7) Oktaha 8) Heavener. The kids ran hard and represented Eufaula Schools with pride and determination. I am very proud to be there coach. If you see any of these runners please tell them congrats. State meet will be this Saturday Oct 26 at the Gordan Cooper Technology Center in Shawnee at 12:00. Madison and Cole both have a very good chance to finish in the top 10 in the state and receive the honor off All State. Both have already been asked to attend Nationals in November.
Madison Newton, Savannah Kerr, Cole Montgomery, Austin Weeks, Caleb Newton, Bailey Lynn, Logan Day, CW Burns, Colby Burns, Alternates: Keeghon Dickson, James Lewis, Clay Ridge,
Coach Laura Gragg
STATE TRACK COMPETITION RESULTS: Cole Montgomery All-Star placed 5th in the state. Madison Newton All-Star placed 11th in the state. Eufaula Cross Country Boys Team Placed 3th Overall in the State. Both Cole and Madison may be invited to compete in the Meet of Champions in OKC on Nov 9. This meet consists of the top runners of each class 2A-6A.