4E Voices

Select wrestlers go to state

March 12, 2020

   The wrestling team sent students to compete in state. The team started off with positive attitudes; they have been pushing and training hard for this year to be a great success.     The wrestling team practiced often after school to make the tournament a big achievement. One of the wres...

Swim dives into second

Myla Rogers, Staff

March 10, 2020

   The swim team has excelled again. After a successful state competition against the Jenks Trojans, the team returned home with smiles as they secured second place.     Jenks was the team to beat that day after previously having broken five state records. Team member Kyle Peterson recollects...

Funding Wack

Brendan Selders, Visual Arts Editor

December 13, 2019

This year on August 13, the school received a bond for $17.9 million to last them through 2023. The money is voted on so the distribution of the money can be as even as possible. In July they voted on giving $400,000 to all activities. Not only do sports get a small portion of the $17.9 million, fine...

Bartlesville Vs. Supulpa

Bartlesville Vs. Supulpa

Jaxon Glenn, Staff

October 28, 2019

   Freshman Bartlesville Bruins and the Sapulpa Chieftains went into a football battle on Thursday, October 24, scoring another victory at Custer Stadium in Bartlesville.     The Bruins and the Chieftains had  looked evenly matched at the end of the first half with a score of 6-6. But thanks t...

BHS vs. Ponca City Football Preview

Kinley Hunzaker, Staff

October 25, 2019

  The Bartlesville Bruins face the Ponca City Wildcats in the “Conoco Bowl” at Ponca City tonight at 7p.m.    The Bruins have played the Wildcats many times and usually come out on top, as they have many advantages but some setbacks as well.     Taton Hopkins went through a foot in...

A Look Into Homecoming

A Look Into Homecoming

Myla Rogers, Staff

October 9, 2019

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...

Bartlesville swim team swims out to state

Bartlesville swim team swims out to state

Grace Ontiveros, Sports Editor

February 19, 2019

  After an outstanding campaign on the season, the Bruins swim team prepares for the upcoming state competition. The competition will take place on Friday 15 and Saturday 16 in Edmond. Leading the Bruins are senior June Harris who recently signed with North Texas, senior Tyler Myers, and returning head...

Sport to take over as head football coach after Blankenship’s departure

New head coach Jason Sport next to his wife and daughter. Photo Courtesy of Jason Sport Twitter.

Grace Ontiveros, Sports Editor

January 24, 2019

  After a 4-6 campaign last season, head coach Lee Blankenship has made the decision to leave the high school’s football program. Blankenship left many players and fans shocked with his sudden departure for Mustang. Defensive coordinator Jason Sport has been named as new head coach by athletic d...

Launch into basketball season at hype night

Launch into basketball season at hype night

Grace Ontiveros, Sports Editor

November 29, 2018

Jumping into action, the Bruins Basketball team is preparing to host hype night before the upcoming season. Leading the Bruins into their new season is senior guard, Rachael Simpson, and senior center, Holden Bryant. The returning boys head coach, Clent Stewart, and new girls head coach, Donnie Marti...

Bixby game preview

Bixby game preview

Lucas Ortiz, Staff Member

October 12, 2018

   The Bruins are coming off of a big district win against Sand Springs, and go into one of the toughest places to play in the state this week to try and come out with another win, making it two and a row.      The Spartans of Bixby are 5-1 and are looking to ruin Bartlesvilles’ cha...

Homecoming Football Game

October 9, 2018

OU v. Texas game preview

OU v. Texas game preview

Lucas Ortiz, Staff Member

October 6, 2018

The pageantry of rivalry games is something cherished in history, such as the Army-Navy game or the Iron Bowl of Auburn versus Alabama, but little matches the fiery matchup between the states whose border is the Red River. Oklahoma and Texas have played each other for a century, and the passion for...

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