Bartlesville Bruins basketball


Record Home Away Win % PF PA
13 - 6 8 - 3 5 - 3 .684 1212 1002


Date Home/Away Opponent Win/Loss Score
2012-11-27 @ Broken Arrow W 67 - 50
2012-12-08 @ Lawton L 51 - 56
2012-12-11 @ Claremore W 68 - 31
2012-12-22 @ Tulsa NOAH L 85 - 88
2012-12-28 @ Durant W 77 - 37
2013-01-04 vs Claremore W 72 - 41
2013-01-08 vs Ponca City W 67 - 55
2013-01-17 vs Owasso L 69 - 73
2013-01-24 vs Ardmore W 68 - 33
2013-01-25 vs Bixby W 55 - 53
2013-01-26 vs Broken Arrow W 50 - 45
2013-01-29 @ Tulsa East Central W 59 - 48
2013-01-31 vs Broken Arrow L 62 - 67
2013-02-02 vs Tulsa NOAH W 64 - 62
2013-02-04 vs Tulsa East Central W 55 - 43
2013-02-07 @ Owasso L 58 - 65
2013-02-15 @ Ponca City W 71 - 44
2013-02-22 vs Ponca City W 51 - 42
2013-02-23 vs Broken Arrow L 63 - 69


Player Name Number Year Height Weight Position (main)
Jackson Bart 12 11 6-5
Dylan Brown 20 11 6-0
Hayden Bryant 32 10 6-4
Antonio Castillo 10 10 6-0
Stephen Cochran 15 12 6-0
Calan Crowder 11 12 6-0
Ryan Duong 22 10 5-6
Jakob Hartsock 34 12 6-8
Daniel Hubler 45 10 6-4
Jarrod Johnson 55 12 6-2
A.J. Parker 1 9 5-9
Lucas Rutter 0 10 5-7
Nick Shoemaker 3 11 6-4
Quinton Smith 24 12 6-4

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Collected Wisdom with former OU basketball player Bill Dutcher

Aug 29, 2015
Bill DutcherAge: 72Residence: NormanBill Dutcher wrapped up another successful basketball season Saturday.As he's done for the past few years, the now 72-year-old Dutcher played in the Oklahoma Legends Alumni Game.For Dutcher, the game concludes his summer of traveling to fantasy camps around the country to play basketball.Dutcher walked on at OU in the early '60s after a successful high school...

Collected Wisdom with former OU basketball player Bill Dutcher

Aug 29, 2015
Dutcher walked on at OU in the early '60s after a successful high school career in Bartlesville, where he also played football and baseball.

A special night celebrating Oklahoma basketball

Aug 28, 2015
John Hudson is a lawyer by day and commissioner of the Sooner Athletic Conference by night. And he’s got a passion for old-school small-college basketball. So Hudson last year organized a reunion of former small-college coaches and referees, and Thursday was the second annual event, which has blossomed into more of a reunion for anyone with Oklahoma basketball ties. Hudson hosted the event at...

TRIBUTES: Jeri Cocannouer spent 36 years as a football coach's wife

Aug 24, 2015
Sports were nothing new to Jeri, who played for Elk City High's state championship basketball team in 1973. She was also the school's football queen.

OPINION: A blitz of blasts from the past

Aug 20, 2015
Following is a look at some past local sports happenings.Autumn 1947Dewey Bulldogger’s football powerhouse knocked off Broken Arrow, 13-6.Ferrell McClure tallied Dewey’s winning touchdown.Bob Claibourne excelled on the line on both offense and defense.May 1936Phillips Petroleum confirmed it plan to sponsor an A.A.U. men’s basketball team, which would be headquartered in Bartlesville, company...

Northwest Oklahoma travelblog: How I made it to Longdale

Jul 27, 2015
NASCAR veterans Kenny Schrader and Kenny Wallace will compete Tuesday night at the Longdale Speedway, which is on Highway 58 in the northwest corner of Blaine County, between Fairview and Canton. Longdale Speedway runs International Motor Car Association series, and Wallace and Schrader are scheduled to compete against local drivers. And how I know all this is a good story. At least to me. You...

TRIBUTES: A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience

Jul 27, 2015
A farewell to people with Oklahoma ties who enjoyed the game day experience:  Greg LaFever, 51, of Midwest City was a star athlete at Putnam City West High School, where he played football and baseball. LaFever was an All-City and All-State pitcher, leading the Patriots to the state championship game. He played at Wichita State (Kan.) and in minor leagues for the Cleveland Indians and Los...

Tulsa artist Matthew Bearden takes on American Indian mascot issue with painted helmet series

Jul 26, 2015
An abbreviated version of this story appears in the Sunday Life section of The Oklahoman. Tulsa painter tackles issue of American Indian mascots with artistic helmet series Under the bright lights, a gleaming line of helmets showcase mascots and logos no team has ever worn -- and almost certainly, no team ever will. A portrait of the pope in his tall hat called a mitre. An American Indian...

OKWU inks CVHS grad for hoops

Jul 23, 2015
In order to bolster his thin post rotation, Jason Jeschke didn’t have to look further than 15 miles to the south.The Oklahoma Wesleyan University women’s basketball coach revealed earlier this week he has brought former Caney Valley High School forward Philicia Ballew on board.“I think she can establish herself physically if she can kind of grasp our system and is ready to play,” Jeschke said...

Recruits bolster Eagle hoop hopes for U-turn

Jul 22, 2015
Regardless of the reasons, Mark Molder emphasized last year’s major downturn by the Oklahoma Wesleyan University men’s basketball team was strictly an anomaly.The Eagles struggled through a rebuilding, injury-plagued 7-23 season — their first single-digit win campaign in several years.Bolstered by a promising recruiting class — and his first-full year in charge of the program — Molder is...

Tolin made mark at Sooner, Wichita State

Jul 15, 2015
Tim Tolin is not surprised a member of the Tolin family is including in the Bartlesville Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2015.The former Sooner High School icon just didn’t expect he would be the first one.“I was a little surprised,” he said about his reaction to the notice he had been selected for the honor. “I thought maybe they were calling me about me brother (Doug).”Not that Tim — who was a...

Huskies hire college coach for hoops

Jul 15, 2015
PAWHUSKA — Former Haskell Indian Nations University head coach Chad Kills Crow will be returning home to lead the boys’ basketball program of the Pawhuska High School Huskies.Kills Crow, who graduated from PHS in the early 1990s, was approved for the position Monday by a unanimous vote of the Pawhuska Board of Education. His hiring fills another key position in the local athletic department...

BSC works on bid to GAC

Jul 8, 2015
With only one year remaining on the agreement to host the Great American Conference college basketball championship tournament, the Bartlesville Sports Commission is putting together a new bid, BSC Chairman Bob Pomeroy said Tuesday evening.“It’s coming back (to Bartlesville) in 2016,” Pomeroy explained. “After that, it’s up in the air. We’re working on our bid for that and hopefully we’ll have...

OKWU set Saturday to host 20th Indian All-State tilts

Jun 19, 2015
Some people just talk about the challenges of helping to develop the next generation of leaders.Others do something about it.Dr. Carol Nice Conner and Dr. Joe L. Conner are definitely doers.From a bull session two decades ago with a close friend about the lower-than-average high school graduation rates among Indian students in Oklahoma blossomed the concept of an annual all-star basketball game...

BHS coach analyzes impact of new college hoop rules

Jun 11, 2015
From 2004 through 2008, Clent Stewart started 95 of 121 men’s basketball games at Kansas State, accumulated 696 career points (5.8 ppg) and assaulted the nets from long distance, knocking down more than 35 percent (111-of-316) of his three pointers.Needless to say that Stewart — who is on preparing for his second years as Bartlesville High School heads boys basketball coach — understands the...

OKWU coach reloads

Jun 7, 2015
Still feeling the glow of a record-setting season last winter, Oklahoma Wesleyan University head women’s basketball coach Jason Jeschke welcomes back eight of his top 11 players for the upcoming campaign.With so much talent returning, Jeschke’s path along the recruiting trail has been more focused on specific needs.“We were looking to add some shooting,” said Jeschke, who guided the Lady Eagles...

Versatile CV player bound for Avila

May 17, 2015
During her four years in Caney Valley High School girls basketball, Kolby McIntosh completely redefined her role.Her adaptability — and unconquerable, fearless approach to competition — elevated to her a prime spot in Lady Trojan hoops history.McIntosh has become both the first All-Stater and first girl to sign a college basketball scholarship during head coach Deric Longan’s six-year tenure as...

High school notebook: Del City quarterback Terry Wilson gets Nebraska offer

Apr 21, 2015
The offer is the biggest so far for the 6-foot-3, 190-pound Terry Wilson, who also has offers from Indiana, Houston, Memphis and four other programs. Colorado is also showing strong interest recently.

Streets has followed sports dreams

Apr 16, 2015
In some ways, 33 years ago seems like a day.It likely will feel like that next November, when Viki Streets steps up to the podium to accept induction into the Bartlesville Hall of Fame, as part of the illustrious class of 2015.Also slated to be enshrined that evening are former Sooner High School three-sport standout Tim Tolin, former Bartlesville Public Schools Athletic/Physical Education...

Tucker set to sign LOI today

Apr 15, 2015
Bartlesville High School girls basketball legend Hailey Tucker — who is set next month to graduate — has likely not played her final game in the Bruin Fieldhouse.Later today, the 6-foot-2 forward — who was highly sought by numerous Division I college women’s basketball programs — is scheduled to sign a letter of intent with Southwestern Oklahoma State.SWOSU is a member of the Great American...

High school notebook: Scott O'Hara named Purcell's new football coach

Apr 9, 2015
O’Hara served as offensive coordinator at Newcastle the past two seasons, helping the 2014 Racers to one of their best seasons in recent years.

Oklahoma high school sports signing list: April 4, 2015

Apr 4, 2015
A look at Oklahoma high school athletes who have signed to play college sports as of April 4.

Tolin retires; bracket time again

Mar 17, 2015
Nearly 44 years ago Doug Tolin picked up his diploma from Bartlesville Sooner High School and headed off into the mysterious wonderland known as the future.Choosing a career as a coach, Tolin eventually put down roots — in 2000 — as the head men’s basketball skipper at Oklahoma Baptist University.Following 15 seasons — including the NAIA-I national championship year of 2009-10 — Tolin is...

ECU men advance, women ousted in GAC playoffs

Mar 7, 2015
BARTLESVILLE — East Central reached a pair of milestones in its 78-58 win against Southern Nazarene in Friday's second Great American Conference Men’s Basketball Championship quarterfinal.For the first time since the 1997-98 season, the Tigers won a postseason game and reached the 20-win mark.The Tigers (20-9) jumped out quickly on a Crimson Storm (13-14) squad making their first appearance at...

High school basketball results: Friday, March 6

Mar 6, 2015
Area Class 6A Boys At Deer Creek Putnam West 89, Yukon 49 Edmond Santa Fe 56, Southmoore 47 At Tulsa Rogers Jenks 61, Owasso 56 Midwest City 53, Bartlesville 41 At Tulsa Memorial Tulsa Union 67, Broken Arrow 36 Tulsa Washington 57, Sand Springs 51 At Westmoore Mustang 68, Norman North 52 Edmond Memorial 73, Putnam North 69 Class 5A Boys At Catoosa Tulsa Memorial 50, Pryor 47 Miami 70, Shawnee...

GAC stat leaders

Mar 4, 2015
Spectators at this week’s Great American Conference championship basketball tournament will have the opportunity to see some of the top women’s players in NCAA Division II.The 16-team tourney — which consists of an eight-team men’s bracket and an eight-team women’s bracket — is set to get underway Thursday at the Bartlesville High School Bruin Fieldhouse.This is the fourth-consecutive year the...

High school basketball: Monday's playoff scores

Mar 3, 2015
Here is a look at scores from Monday's high school basketball playoff games from around the state.

High school basketball results: Tuesday, March 4

Mar 3, 2015
Area Class A AREA III At Chickasha Thomas 56, Canute 44 Cheyenne 59, Velma-Alma 26 (girls) AREA IV At Ada Stuart 68, Rattan 46 Kiowa 52, Stonewall 45 (girls) Class B AREA III At Cache Tipton 55, Hammon 45 Fort Cobb-Broxton 78, Asher 36 (girls) AREA IV At Colbert Chattanooga 35, Whitesboro 33 Chattanooga 43, Caney 31 (girls) Regionals Class 6A Boys WEST Reg. 1 at Mustang Mustang 87, Southmoore...

High school basketball results: Friday, Feb. 27

Feb 28, 2015
Friday’s Results Area Class A AREA I At Enid Event Center Texhoma 65, Arapaho 43 Pond Creek-Hunter 53, Beaver 45 Calumet 55, Garber 51 (girls) Pond Creek-Hunter 44, Seiling 40 (girls) AREA II At Glenpool Okla. Christian Aca. 63, Frontier 60 Glencoe 89, Okay 76 Glencoe 55, Oaks 38 (girls) Okarche 54, Woodland 33 (girls) AREA III At Chickasha Hydro-Eakly vs. Canute, ppd. Snyder vs. Thomas, ppd....

High school basketball results: Thursday, Feb. 26

Feb 27, 2015
Area Class A AREA I At Enid Event Center Arapaho-Butler 38, Ripley 33 Texhoma 55, Davenport 52 Calumet 37, Kremlin-Hillsdale 33 (girls) Garber 57, Vici 55, OT (girls) AREA II At Glenpool Frontier 55, Okarche 46 Okla. Christian Aca.