• Super 5: How DaQuan Jeffries' late-season run paid off for him and Edmond Santa Fe

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Published: Sat, Apr 18, 2015

    The Edmond Santa Fe senior took his game to a new level over the final eight weeks of the season, guiding the Wolves on an unexpected run to the Class 6A state finals.

  • High school notebook: OSSAA looking further into private-school rules

    BY JACOB UNRUH AND SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Tue, Apr 14, 2015

    The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association Board of Directors will discuss and take possible action at Wednesday’s monthly board meeting regarding an amendment to the rule that Bishop McGuinness High School officials unfairly targets private schools.

  • Oklahoman Super 5 and All-State girls basketball rosters

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Apr 11, 2015

    Find out who made the 2015 roster for The Oklahoman’s Super 5 and All-State girls basketball teams.

  • NCAA's elimination of hardship waivers devastating news for Khari Harding's family

    BY JASON KERSEY | Updated: Thu, Mar 19, 2015

    Former Edmond Santa Fe star Khari Harding transferred from Auburn to Tulsa to be closer to his father, who is fighting cancer, and maximize his dad’s chances to watch him play live next fall. Under a new NCAA amendment ratified this week, the latter apparently won’t be possible. The NCAA eliminated immediate eligibility hardship waivers for Football Bowl Subdivision transfers — effective immediately.

  • Transfer to Tulsa brings former Edmond Santa Fe star Khari Harding closer to father

    BY JASON KERSEY | Published: Sat, Feb 28, 2015

    After learning in late December that his dad Corie was battling cancer for the second time, Khari Harding made the difficult decision to transfer from Auburn to Tulsa.

  • How Edmond Santa Fe star Calvin Bundage's recruiting stock skyrocketed

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Feb 14, 2015

    Calvin Bundage has already picking up 12 Division I scholarship offers to enter The Oklahoman’s first 2016 Super 30 list of top college recruits as the No. 1 prospect. He holds offers from Arizona, Arkansas, Kansas, Iowa State, Michigan, North Texas, Oklahoma, Oklahoma State, SMU, TCU, Texas Tech and Tulsa.

  • Girls basketball roundup: Edmond Santa Fe wins on Jo'Nah Johnson's buzzer-beater

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT | Published: Fri, Feb 6, 2015

    The third-ranked Wolves’ pressure defense created some easy baskets to get back in the game, and after a pair of missed free throws by Norman North, Santa Fe’s Jo’Nah Johnson dribbled the length of the floor for a game-winning layup in the closing seconds for a 35-34 win Friday night.

  • Edmond Santa Fe's Ashton Preston turns dream into reality by signing with North Texas

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Wed, Feb 4, 2015

    Ashton Preston, who is 5-foot-11 and 180 pounds, is a lockdown corner who is known for his physicality. Last season, he recorded 34 tackles and one interception in nine games for the Wolves.

  • Brothers J.R., Ty Hensley share moment as J.R. signs with Hawaii

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Wed, Feb 4, 2015

    J.R. Hensley then told the crowd at his signing ceremony that the best day of his life came when his brother Ty was drafted in the first round of the 2012 MLB Draft by the New York Yankees.Ty Hensley followed suit, appearing ecstatic for his little brother.

  • Last-minute Hawaii offer gives Edmond Santa Fe's J.R. Hensley plenty to think about

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sat, Jan 31, 2015

    Even with Hawaii being his only scholarship offer, things are still cloudy for the 6-foot-6, 285-pound offensive lineman who was on The Oklahoman’s All-State team.

  • Former Edmond Santa Fe standout Duke von Schamann suspended for violating minor league drug program

    Published: Thu, Jan 22, 2015

    Former Edmond Santa Fe standout Duke von Schamann was one of four players who were suspended 50 games each for violating the minor league drug program.

  • Edmond Santa Fe product Khari Harding transferring from Auburn to Tulsa

    BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | Updated: Wed, Jan 21, 2015

    TULSA — University of Tulsa football Coach Philip Montgomery says linebacker Khari Harding is transferring to TU from Auburn. Harding, a 6-foot-1-inch, 225-pound linebacker from Edmond Santa Fe, played in two games for Auburn as a true freshman in 2013 and in three games this past season. He will have two seasons of eligibility remaining.

  • All-State football: Edmond Santa Fe lineman J.R. Hensley knows where his impact shows up

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Published: Sun, Jan 4, 2015

    THE OKLAHOMAN’S ALL-STATE FOOTBALL TEAM — As the brother of one baseball standout and son of another, J.R. Hensley made his mark on the football field clearing the way for Edmond Santa Fe’s breakout running back.

  • Edmond Santa Fe quarterback and Louisville commitment Keaton Torre moving to Utah

    BY JACOB UNRUH | Updated: Tue, Dec 16, 2014

    Keaton Torre and his family are moving to Utah next week, Edmond Santa Fe coach Lance Manning told The Oklahoman via text message. Attempts to reach Torre have been unsuccessful.

  • Edmond North's Ally Robertson ready for rebound from 'frustrating' swimming season

    BY SCOTT WRIGHT, Staff Writer | Updated: Tue, Dec 16, 2014

    To an outside observer, Ally Robertson’s four-gold-medal performance at the Class 6A state swim meet last season might sound like the perfect way to finish an outstanding season. But as the Edmond North senior looks back on last year, that’s not quite the feeling she gets.

  • Edmond's Kaleo Kanahele named women's sitting volleyball national player of the year

    Published: Mon, Dec 1, 2014

    Former Edmond Santa Fe High School athlete  Kaleo Kanahele  was named the USA Volleyball Female Sitting Volleyball Player of the Year, the sport’s national governing body announced Monday. Kanahele, 18, joined the Edmond-based U.S. women’s national sitting volleyball team nearly five years ago. Her highlights this season include being named the best setter of the World ParaVolley Sitting Volleyball World Championship held June 15-21 in Elblag, Poland. She helped the Americans finish with the silver medal, just one point shy of winning their first-ever World Championship as Team USA fell to nemesis China in five sets during the gold-medal match. By reaching the title match, the U.S. qualified for the 2016 Paralympic Games to be held in Rio De Janeiro, Brazil. “Kaleo is a leader on the court and is highly respected by her teammates,” U.S. coach Bill Hamiter said in statement. “She directs the offense and puts her teammates in positions to attack effectively. Kaleo is also a strong server and was voted the best setter at World Championship.” “It is a shock - it is a huge honor,” Kanahele said upon learning of the honor bestowed on her. “Being so young, you don’t see it coming. I’m extremely thankful. Wow. It is awesome.”




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