NOC Tonkawa named Shelby Black as the assistant women's basketball coach this week. Black is a recent Oklahoma State University Graduate where she earned a degree in University Studies and Secondary Education. She played at NOC Enid and Grayson County (TX). Black, a native of Red Rock, Oklahoma, attended Frontier High School.... Read More.
Pending approval from the Ponca City Board of Education, Lynne Collenback has been named the head boys and girls varsity tennis coach for Ponca City High School. Collenback has been employed with PCPS as a teacher/coach/PLC lead since August of 2020. She was named the Teacher of the Month for January 2022... Read More.
Northern Oklahoma College Men’s Basketball Coach Brandon Gossett announced that a Mavs Boys Basketball Camp will be held July 24th-26th. The camp runs from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. for boys in grades 1st-8th. The camp includes skills, games, awards, and special guests. The cost is $60 per athlete. You can... Read More.
Pending approval from the Ponca City Board of Education, Mike Montano and Amie Huster have been named Strength and Conditioning Coordinators for Ponca City Public Schools. Mike is currently employed by PCPS as a middle school math teacher at West Middle School. He has also coached the defensive line for the... Read More.
From Ponca City Public Schools- PCPS has tried to keep costs down for ticket prices as long as possible, but prices for officials and mileage continue to increase. The district will increase individual ticket prices for ALL athletic events, except varsity football, to $7 for adults and $5 for students, seniors... Read More.
(see more pictures below) Ponca City varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders recently attended the OU spirit camp in Norman. Varsity cheerleaders received a first in camp routine, second place in Cheer Championship and first overall Game Day champion. All-American cheerleaders were Takyah Carson, Tootie Bales, Riley Fast and Katrina Kiser.
Northern Oklahoma College will be bringing wrestling back to NOC Tonkawa in Fall 2024. The NOC Board of Regents approved a proposal presented by Athletic Director Alan Foster on Wednesday that re-establishes the men’s program and establishes a women’s wrestling program for NOC Tonkawa. Regents approved the measure... Read More.
Cowley College tennis coach Manuel Raga has been named the 2023 Wilson Intercollegiate Tennis Association (ITA) Men’s Coach of the Year. Under the direction of Coach Raga, the men's tennis team at Cowley College has been taken to new heights. This past year, Cowley won the NJCAA Divison I National Championship with... Read More.
Ponca City is beginning a new tradition of presenting “The Iron Man” Award. Occasionally, we have several athletes who have lettered in fall, winter, and spring sports for the entire four years of their high school athletic career. Talented individuals who accomplish this feat demonstrate an extremely strong work-ethic, are very driven... Read More.
With freshman Arina Babenko and sophomore Mariia Koroleva capturing singles titles, the Cowley College women’s tennis team had its highest-ever national finish by placing second at the NJCAA Division I Women’s Tennis National Championships held in Tyler, TX. Hillsborough College (FL) finished three points better than Cowley (46-43) as they claimed the... Read More.
Applications are now being accepted for the Lady Mavs girls’ summer basketball camps at Northern Oklahoma College Tonkawa, according to Coach Greg Krause, camp director. “Summer is the best time to work on individual skills and fundamentals,” he advises. “Basketball teaches the value of improving as an individual, as well as... Read More.
Mica Estrada has been named the new head coach for the Lady Cat basketball program, pending approval from the Ponca City Board of Education. She has served as the varsity assistant basketball coach for Ponca City Public Schools since August 2017. Mica attended Oklahoma Christian University from 2010-2014, graduating with a... Read More.