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Eufaula Ironheads The Winning Tradition Continues – Presented By Bank of Eufaula


Eufaula boys’ golfers were among the field of teams competing for the Class 3A boys’ team title where the Ironheads made the best of the 54 holes of play to earn a Top 10 place on the team leaderboard at the conclusion of two days of play at Lakeview Golf Club in Ardmore. Justis James paced the play on the scorecard joined by teammates Slade Williams, Jacob Parish, Alex Parish and Riley Morgan.

Continuing the tradition of Ironheads girls’ golf at the state tournament, Gracie Lassiter used her talents to reach the Class 3A girls golf tournament played at Lake Murray golf course. The Eufaula sophomore, competing as an individual, finished among the top 30 scorers. Jared Efurd coached the boys and girls teams this season.


Anchored by strength and technique, 2022 senior Ty Dodd claimed silver medalist honors in competition at the Oklahoma Football Coaches Powerlifting Association Championships. Dodd totaled 1345 pounds in the three events including squat, bench and deadlift. Dodd will continue his athletic endeavors playing college football at East Central University in Ada. Larry Newton Jr. coaches Eufaula’s powerlifters.


School spirit ABOUNDS…thanks to the non-stop energy of the Eufaula cheerleaders. Coached again in 2022 by Lori Curtis, this year’s 25-member team including six seniors Livia Dunn, Makalyn Neill, Tenia Greenlee, Savannah Goodman, Vada Bevenue and Haylee Burns will join five juniors Sydney Jones, Lorelie Scarborough, Katelyn Pennington, Haley Kelly and Hadlee Amant as upperclassmen. Six sophomores including Kiercey Culbreath, Jaelynn Jones, Kelsey Burns, Kassidy Greenlee, Yvette Sanchez and Ciara Wilkerson plus eight freshmen Lauren Watson, Sydney Schiffli, Cierra McGuire, Ariel Greenlee, Tristian Sewell, Helena Williams, Markaya Breshears and Loralei Rosamond round out the lineup.


After reaching the Class 2A state semifinals last year, Eufaula football will begin its quest for a fifth consecutive district championship in 2022. The Ironheads will return four starters on both sides of the line of scrimmage. After a couple of preseason scrimmages, EHS will open the year at home on September 2nd against Vian. The Ironheads will compete for the district championship as part of 2A-6 that includes Spiro, Heavener, Wilburton, Antlers, Valliant, Hugo and Idabel.

The junior high Ironheads will have a seven game slate including their season opener August 29 at Warner.


Aug. 19 Morris (Scrimmage)  Home

Aug. 26 Warner (Scrimmage)  Away

Sept.  2   vs. Vian Home

Sept.  9 vs. Tahlequah Sequoyah Away

Sept. 16 vs. Checotah Away

Sept. 23 vs. Spiro Away

Sept. 30 vs. Heavener (HC) Home

Oct.    7 vs. Wilburton Away

Oct. 14 vs. Antlers Home

Oct. 21 vs. Valliant Home

Oct. 28 vs. Hugo Away

Nov.  4 vs. Idabel Home

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