Dressed for success: Taking a look at Oklahoma's best high school uniforms

Uniform changes and additions are creating a buzz around the state. While some schools are adding multiple helmets and additional uniform colors, others are sticking to their roots.
by Ryan Aber and Scott Wright Published: October 8, 2012
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Clinton

Maroon, yellow and white combined with the classic “C” logo.

Edmond North

A relatively newer school but the look, especially the blues, is already a classic, topped by the silver helmets with the pointed “N.”

Midwest City

The Raiders have the Silver and Black. Midwest City has the Gold and Black. The gold “M” on the helmets, simple gold lettering and, during the playoffs, gold shoes are a strong combination.

Putnam City North

Panthers paw on the side of the helmet, Cardinal red and yellow give the Panthers a simple, traditional look.

Best helmets

Lawton

Lawton's Michigan-style black wings on a red helmet are unique in that they aren't given to everyone. The wings must be earned.

Northwest

Not many teams use purple and the Knights do it as well as anybody, with a shield on a purple helmet.

Owasso

Sure, it's basically a St. Louis redux, but the white Ram horns on red helmets are a striking combination.

Tulsa Washington

The Hornet logo on the side makes the helmet, but the black with orange face masks add plenty to the design as well.

Wayne

The Bulldogs' whole uniform is superb, but its Alabama-style black helmets with white numbers on each side are a sharp topper.

Honorable mentions

Plenty of other uniforms from around the state also deserve mention:

Casady

Simple uniforms with the school's shield on a white helmet are a classy, traditional loo.

Jenks

The Trojans easily could've been in the traditional category, best part is the “Trojans” name in lieu of names on the back of jersey.

Lawton MacArthur

The big, almost circle-shaped “M” with a Highlander on a yellow helmet is one of the best logos around.

Muskogee

Roughers wore blue Muskogee Manual throwbacks earlier this season vs. Westmoore.

OCS

All-red uniforms with blue helmets give the Saints a unique look.

Perkins-Tryon

The stark black-and-white look with the P/T shield on the helmets is sharp.

Putnam City West

Not many schools use Columbia blue and the Patriots use it well.

Tulsa Union

The Redskins have the iconic “U” logo but have tinkered with several additional jersey combinations this year.

Tuttle

The Tigers used the double-T until going back to a simple, plain white helmet with a single stripe a few years ago.

Westmoore

The Jaguars went to a matte black helmet this year and went to red numbers instead of white on their black jerseys.


by Ryan Aber
Reporter
Ryan Aber has worked for The Oklahoman since 2006, covering high schools, the Oklahoma City RedHawks, the Oklahoma City Barons and OU football recruiting. An Oklahoma City native, Aber graduated from Northeastern State. Before joining The...
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by Scott Wright
Reporter
A lifelong resident of the Oklahoma City metro area, Scott Wright has been on The Oklahoman staff since 2005, covering a little bit of everything on the state's sports scene. He has been a beat writer for football and basketball at Oklahoma and...
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