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Gerald Richard “Ricky” Jackson

Jackson excelled at sports from an early age. During his high school years Ricky played football, basketball, baseball and ran track as well. As a freshman playing baseball he led the conference in home runs and he was the starting varsity quarterback through his sophomore year. By his junior year he had decided to focus ... More

Terry Hughes

Coach Hughes began his teaching career in 1983 at Ranch Heights Elementary and moved to Madison Middle School in 1986, which is when he began coaching football, basketball and golf. Hughes taught at Madison until 2012 and in 2011 he became the Bruins Assistant Athletic Director, which is the title he still holds. Over ... More

Jerry Benedict

Jerry Benedict became the Head Golf Professional at Adams Golf Club in 1986. As Head Golf Professional and Director of Golf at Adams, Benedict has recorded a number of major accomplishments including a large tree planting project in 1986, cart path construction, clubhouse renovation, a complete remodel of the golf course ... More

1982 BHS Girls Softball Team

The 1982 Lady Bruins put together a 31-7 record in their inaugural year. The Lady Bruins beat Tulsa Union in regionals to move on to state, where Shanda Sturm’s two-run homer over Putnam City West sent the Bartlesville girls to the state championship game versus Broken Arrow. Bartlesville was the home team in the ... More

Erica Shepherd Derryberry

Over the course of her high school softball career Shepherd-Derryberry played on three Bruin teams with state tournament berths. Erica received a number of honors during her senior season when she led the Bruins in doubles, triples, home runs and RBI’s. She batted .362 and scored 31 runs, leading the Bruins to the state ... More

1962 Col-Hi Swim Team

1962 College High Swim Team. Record-setting team won first of 10 straight state championships when competition was limited to only one classification. Team set seven records at state meet. Members:  Jerry O’Rourke, Richard Hundley, Bill Keene, Barry Morgan, Terry Maul, Howard Katz, Bill Zelinski, Lee Tinder, David ... More

Mickey Ripley

Mickey Ripley. Head football coach at Bartlesville High, 1979-93, longest tenure in school history. After 35-year career in education, was inducted into Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame, 2015. Multi-dimensional prep athlete in Perry, played quarterback at University of Oklahoma. Died in March 2019 at age 72. More

Kevin & Dorea Potter

Kevin and Dorea Potter. Recognized for contributions to Bartlesville through ownership of radio stations KWON and KYFM and volunteer campaigns for some 60 organizations and causes. Kevin, reared in Oklahoma City, played football at Cameron University. Dorea, an Iowa native, was Big Eight Conference golf champion at ... More

Gary McDonald


Stan Baughn

Stan Baughn. 1978 Sooner High graduate, lettered in baseball and basketball. Played on three Oklahoma State University Big Eight Conference baseball championship teams, helping Cowboys reach College World Series finals in 1981. Selected by San Francisco in 1982 baseball draft. Joins father, Tug Baughn, who was inducted ... More