Jr. Olympics, held at O'Dell Field on the Cushing High School campus, is
an annual event sponsored by Cushing Lions Club. For decades now,
fifth and sixth graders have been given the opportunity to compete in
running, jumping and softball throws because of the commitment by Lions
members to serve.
Cushing High School senior Ashleigh Clouse was recently named
Outstanding Economics Student by the Oklahoma City Branch of the Federal
Reserve Bank of Kansas City and Oklahoma Council on Economic Education
at a ceremony held at the Oklahoma City Branch in downtown Oklahoma
CHS junior Hunter Boykin won the Class 4A 100m dash state title with running a 10.75 100mtime. Boykin will compete at the OTCA Track Meet of Champions on May 14th. Each state champion and runner-up from each Class (6A - A) will compete against one another.
It was emotional to watch these ladies and their coach together again in
what would be one of their last appearances as a family of sorts, at a recent Rotary Club meeting. After
a hard fought season, the CHS Varsity squad battled their way to State Finals only to see the 4A Class title slip through their
Wilson Pre-Kindergarten just finished a week full of learning activities
focusing on the arts and physical exercise during their The Week of the
Young Child Celebration. This is an annual celebration sponsored by
the National Association for the Education of Young Children.
purpose of the Week of the Young Child™ is to focus public attention on
the needs of young children and their families and to recognize early
childhood programs and services that meet those needs.
For the second time in the 2012-2013 school year, Red Dirt Media Group
donates to the Cushing All Sports Fund. Mike and Joe Kennedy, co-
founders of RDMG are adding another $625 to the $1250 donated following
the success of Tiger Football Live in the fall of 2012.
Cushing Chamber of Commerce held a reception recently to honor Business After School recipients for March.Those
selected were Cushing High School seniors Dillon Wasson and Gabrielle
(Gabby) Swain; teacher, Julie Puls; and support person, Carlton Lowell
Early Bird Head Start is going on a Safari Hunt! Announcing Early Bird Head Start's Open House and Fall Recruitment!Early Bird families and families with children who will be 3 or 4 years old on or before September 1, 2013 are invited.
The Semi Finals in Bethany against Fort Gibson, dashed the Cushing lady Tigers dream of going to the championship game, however, our lady tigers end the season in top 5 of 4A Class Girls Basketball in Oklahoma.
LADY TIGERS DEFEAT HARRAH LADY PANTHERS - MOVING ON TO SEMI FINAL GAME AGAINST FORT GIBSON - IN STATE PLAYOFFS - FRIDAY EVENING AT 8 PM.
In the match directly following the Cushing/Harrah game, thus determining who the lady tigers play tomorrow evening at 8 pm, #2 ranked Fort Gibson has defeated #5 ranked Weatherford according to the OSSAA bracket update, Fort Gibson will now play the lady tigers Friday evening in Bethany for the golden ticket to the "Big House", in the final game of the state playoffs on Saturday evening at 7:30 pm for State Championship.
Local musicians, Gene Collier, Rick Reiley, John Williams and Craig
Skinner - aka the Dustbowl Brothers - will join the Cushing High School
Jazz Band for a special concert this Saturday, March 9th in the Dora
Hobbs Performing Arts auditorium at 7 p.m.
Tiger fans, players, coaches and those tuning in by way of radio, phone or computer - stayed on the edge of their seats throughout the entire match between the lady tigers and the lady commandos of Cascia Hall in Skiatook! Not once did tiger fans take a break nor the lady tigers as they remained in a dead heat battle for the area championship and their ticket to take the big ride - 72 miles west - to state playoffs in OKC!
ATTENTION TIGER BASKETBALL FANS: MAKE PLANS TO BE AT THE HIGH SCHOOL PARKING LOT TODAY BY 3:15 PM TODAY TO SEND OFF THE LADY TIGERS WITH THEIR HIGHWAY PATROL ESCORT HEADING UP THE BUS THAT WILL CARRY THE LADIES TO WHAT SOME WILL CONSIDER THE GAME OF THE SEASON! THE BUS WILL DEPART AT 3:30 PM TODAY - DON' MISS IT!!! BRING POSTERS - BALLOONS AND STREAMERS TO THE PARKING LOT TODAY AND LETS DO THIS THING! If you can not attend tonight's game in Skiatook, click on this story to get information on how you can catch this play off game - no matter where you may be! HERE WE GO LADIES.... HERE WE GO! ALL THE WAY TO STATE!
Cushing Chamber of Commerce held a reception for February Business After School recipients on Monday. Each month throughout the school year, two high school seniors (one boy and one girl) one support person and one teacher are honored.
The Cushing lady tigers defeated Victory Christian in Catoosa in the District/Regional playoffs Saturday evening to move on to Area Playoffs in Skiatook against Cascia Hall this coming Friday, March 1, at 6:30 pm.
The Cushing boys varsity basketball team played Vinita in Catoosa Friday afternoon - hoping to continue in the Consolation bracket. The Cushing tigers fought a hard core match but in the end, they fell short of continuing in the play offs. CLICK ON THIS STORY TO GET INFORMATION ON LISTENING TO THE LADY TIGERS GAME SATURDAY EVENING AT 6:30 PM!
Varsity Basketball squads will travel to Cleveland tonight for District play. The lady tigers will tip off at 6:30 pm with the boys game to follow. KUSH and all its sponsors encourage tiger fans to make the trip to Cleveland to support the tigers. If you are unable to travel to the district contest, click on this story to follow tonight's matches - no matter where you may be!