A Look Into Homecoming


Myla Rogers, Staff

The Bartlesville Bruins are 0-2 as they go into their sixth district game. After experiencing hardship with a loss against Collinsville, they have a chance to redeem themselves when they play against the Sand Springs Sandites.

Homecoming is one of the best parts of the football season. The Sandites have a 1-1 record and believe that they can beat Bartlesville and make it 2-1. Head coach Jason Sport has faith in his team to pull through.

Athletic director Spence Rigdon says, “I like the way our kids compete and our experience should be beneficial.”

Head Football Coach at Charles Page High School, Dustin Kinard, is positive that his players are equipped to put their best foot forward and give it their all.

“My players are gearing up for district play and got one more district game this week,” says Kinard“This is their chance to work out any mistakes and get prepared for the tough district schedule where every game counts.”

Senior, defensive linemen Andrew Ely has trained hard for his last homecoming game.

“Individually, I think I’ll do well,” says Ely. “I just need to focus on my job and make plays happen. As a team, as long as we give it everything we got, we have a good game overall.”

Senior, fullback Dylan Argo sees the full potential in himself and his team.

“I am prepared for every game and every team,” says Argo. “I have confidence in our guys to do their job and execute.”

Although the odds for the Bruins are not great, the student body has faith that our boys will fight until the end.