69 Results for custom post type: Inductees

Coach Kenneth Treadway

Over a span of 45 years, he was a competitor, coach, official, chairman of state, national and Olympic Committees as well as an employee of Phillips Petroleum Company. From coaching swimming at the Bartlesville YMCA, to starting the swimming program and coaching the Bartlesville Public Schools swimming program, he went on ... More

Scott Martin

He was named to the 1967 Tulsa World and Daily Oklahoman All-State Football Teams as a quarterback, followed by 1968 All-State Basketball Teams by the Tulsa World and Oklahoma Journal, and ending his high school career as #1 Singles State Tennis Champion in the spring of 1968. At the University of Oklahoma, Martin was a ... More

Bobby Joe Green

Green made the 1950’s All-Decade Team, scoring 3 touchdowns in the All-State Game. He was NJCAA 1st Team All-American at Northeastern Oklahoma A & M in 1957 and went on to the University of Florida for a distinguished career as a punter. Green was chosen to the University of Florida All-Time Team in 1983 as First ... More

David Lee Baker

Only 180 pounds and 6 foot, Wilkinson called him “one of the best defensive halfbacks we’ve ever had. He’s smart, a good leader, great tackler, has great desire and blankets passes. Baker is the killer type.” David still holds the OU bowl record for an interception return for a touchdown (94 yards vs. Duke in ... More

Bob Kurland

A 7-foot basketball center, Kurland played for Henry Iba's Oklahoma A&M College (now Oklahoma State University) basketball team and was an important part of the team's consecutive NCAA titles in 1945 and 1946. Kurland went on to play with the Phillips 66ers for 6 years and led the U.S.A. Basketball Team to gold medals ... More

Dallas Dobbs

An all-around athlete, played basketball, football and baseball at College High from 1949-1952. He was known as a prolific scorer in basketball and broke the school record for most points in a game in 1952. Dobbs was named All-Region and All-State in 1951 and 1952. He played basketall at Kansas University from 1953-1956 ... More

Dee Ketchum

Played football, basketball and golf for College High from 1955-57. He set a new basketball conference record for scoring and was named All-State in 1957. Ketchum played for the University of Kansas from 1958-61. He spent many years coaching area basketball teams. A book and movie titled, "The Long Journey Home" has ... More

Coach Bailey Ricketts

A graduate of Baker University in Kansas, Ricketts was the head basketball coach at College High from 1950-1964. He had a career record of 208 wins and 98 losses with a 70 percent winning percentage. Ricketts' teams made 7 State Tournament appearances and won 7 Regional Championships. He was named the 1959 Oklahoma ... More

1967 Col-Hi Wildcats Boys’ Basketball Team

Coached by Sid Burton, was honored for their outstanding 24-2 record and winning the 1966-67 3A State Championship. College High beat top-ranked Oklahoma City Douglass in the finals 74-72. Team member Ernest Guery was named All-State and Coach Sid Burton was honored as Coach of the Year by the Tulsa World. More