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Kenneth Fitch

The 1955 College High School graduate was an All-State tackle for the Wildcats football team and represented Oklahoma in the annual Oil Bowl game against Texas. Ken played football at the University of Oklahoma in 1956 and 1957 under legendary coach Bud Wilkinson. In 1958, he transferred to the University of Kansas where ... More

Jim Clark

A 1954 College High graduate, Jim began shooting skeet as a young boy and went on to win his first shooting trophy at the age of 10. He would later win the Junior World Championship as a high school student in 1951, and went on to become a two-time All-American. At the age of 17, Jim was the top-ranked junior skeet shooter ... More

Bill Berryhill

A 1969 graduate of College High School, Bill played on several championship caliber baseball teams. He was part of the 1964 Bartlesville club that played in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pa. Five years later, he was the catcher on the 1969 College High School squad which claimed the Class 3A state ... More

Phillips 66ers

The 66ers were a national phenomenon that grew from a “small town team” to an organization of accomplished amateur athletes receiving national and world-wide attention. In 1919 Bartlesville’s local boys were returning from World War I. Some found jobs at Phillips and a few decided to form a Phillips basketball team. ... More

1979 Col-Hi Wildcats Boys’ Tennis Team

Winners of the Class 5A State Tennis championships, Col-Hi won all four events, #1 & #2 Singles and #1 & #2 Doubles. Team members include Jim Connor, #1 Singles; Pat Conner, #2 Singles; Scott Howell and Marc Delametter, #1 Doubles; Ken Thompson and Tim Mink, #2 Doubles; and David Oakley and Jeff Randall. More

Coach Ken Bruno

Ken graduated from Northeastern State University and moved to Dewey to begin his coaching career. He joined Cecil Epperley’s staff at College High School as an assistant coach in basketball. As head coach at College High from 1971 to 1984, his teams won five Regional Basketball Championships, three Area Championships and ... More

Tim Pugh

Tim led the 1985 Bartlesville High School Baseball Team to the 5A State Championship. He also enjoyed much success as a member of the Doenges’ Injuns American Legion team. Tim remains one of the best pitchers in OSU Cowboy history. He ranks in the top 5 for single season wins with 15, pitching 113.2 innings and 104 ... More

Cindy Cooper

Cindy, a 1982 Sooner High graduate, played on three straight state tournament teams and finished her career with a record of 62-18. The 1982 team, coached by Carol Green, was ranked #1 in the state, but fell to Mustang in the semi-finals. Cindy was named to the All-State Team and was also a member of the 1980 Sooner 4A ... More

Dr. Pat Connor

Pat resides in Charlotte, North Carolina, where he is an orthopedic surgeon and team doctor for the Carolina Panthers, Charlotte Knights and Joe Gibbs racing team. A 1981 graduate of College High, Pat was a member of the two time state champion tennis team and four time state tennis individual champion, winning the 1978 ... More

1957 Col-Hi Wildcats Boys’ Golf Team

“Father” Bailey Ricketts coached the team to the 1957 OSSAA State 4 Ball Team Title played in Oklahoma City at Lincoln Park Golf Course. It was a 54 hole event over 3 days. The Wildcats team took the State Championship by 14 strokes over Muskogee, 962 to 976. Leading the team and finishing 3rd place as an individual ... More