Three of the most well-known athletes ever to wear the Eufaula maroon and white, the Selmon brothers selected by the Alumni Association as members of the Eufaula
Athletics Hall of Fame were immortalized on the University of Oklahoma campus where Lucious (Class of 1970) and his brothers LeeRoy and Dewey (Class of 1972) left their footprint as part of the championship legacy of Sooner football with the unveiling of the Eufaula trio’s statue just outside the stadium where they played. Members of the Ironheads football team made the trip to Norman to share in the celebration of the lives of our hometown heroes.
The pageantry of Homecoming 2022 included the coronation of seniors Livia Dunn and Luke Adcock as Queen and King as the Ironheads made it complete with a victory over Heavener at Paul Bell Field. Other members of the royal court are Alyssa Wise as senior attendant escorted by Taylen Shade, junior attendant Courtney Taylor escorted by Draven Gragg, sophomore attendant Amberly Adcock escorted by Dayshaun Shine and freshman attendant Gracie Burke escorted by Cash French. The Queen and King’s flower girl was Collins Corsini and crown bearer Jett Dunn.
Members of the Eufaula High Schoolcheerleading team continue to energize the student body and fans of the Ironheads with non-stop school spirit. This year’s 24-member team includes seniors LiviaDunn, Makalyn Neill, Tenia Greenlee, Savannah Goodman, Vada Bevenue and Haylee Burns along with juniors Sydney Jones, Lorelie Scarborough, Katelyn Pennington, Haley Kelly and Hadlee Amant; sophomores include Kiercey Culbreath, Jaelyn Jones, Kelsey Burns, Kassidy Greenlee and Yvette Sanchez with freshmen Lauren Watson, Sydney Schiffli,Cierra McGuire, Ariel Greenlee, Tristian Sewell, Helana Williams, Markaya Breshears and Lorelei Rosamond. The squad will compete at the OSSAA sponsored GameDay event with regionals on November 5th to qualify for the state championships on November 11th and 12 th. Lori Curtis coaches the Eufaula cheer program.
Eufaula boys and girls cross country runners continue to reach the medal stand while establishing individual personal bests as the season heads toward the OSSAA championships in October. Three-time state qualifier Colter Roberts leads the boys results along with Radec Dunn and Levi Fisher. On the girls trails, another 3-time state qualifier Tori Roberts is the leader of the pack along with Kaylin Holman and Abigail Charleton. Ironheads cross country is coached by Jeff Oliver.