There’s going to be a whole new lineup for the Class 2A-2 district schedule next football season.
The Knights will be seeing an eight-team district instead of the five teams that has been the norm for the past several seasons.
On the schedule this year will be Prague, Henryetta, Holdenville, Jones, Kellyville, Meeker, Okemah and Chandler.
“We will be in a tough district but look forward to that challenge,” said HHS coach Darin Johnson.
He said the new district alignment could make Class 2A the toughest for any team to come up with a state title.
“Class 2A will have not only it's own State Champion from last year (2016) but the Class 3A State Champion as well.”
Looking ahead Johnson said the Knights, “have a lot of work to do along with filling some holes on both sides of the ball created by graduation. We had to play a lot of younger kids this season and we are hoping the experience they got will help us as we prepare for our new district.”
Divided into eight districts, the rest of the new Class 2A lineup includes:
District 1: Hennessey, Alva, Chisholm, Newkirk, OK Centennial, Perry, Luther and OK Christian School.
District 3: Sperry, Dewey, Haskell, Kiefer, Beggs, Morris, Victory Christian and Caney Valley.
District 4: Adair, CHelsea, Chouteau, Kansas, Metro Christian, Nowata, Wyandotte and Salina.
District 5: Vian, Keys, Panama, Pocola, Spiro, Holland Hall, Sequoyah (Tahlequah) and Westville.
District 6: Antlers, Atoka, Eufaula, Hartshorne, Heavener, Hugo, Valliant and Wilburton.
District 7: Washington, Crooked Oak, Lexington, Little Axe, Millwood, Star-Spencer, Community Christian and Stratford.
District 8: Davis, Comanche, Coalgate, Dickson, Kingston, Lindsay, Marietta and Tishomingo.
Young Henryetta wrestlers captured a pair of first place awards as well as trio of second placers and half dozen third place victories this past weekend.
Wrestling at the Okmulgee Open and Novice Tournament, Tayler Hamric and Randen Wright nailed down the top titles.
Winners and their classes included:
Novice Division 3:
Haiden Kaler-67lbs third;
Zane Kaler-120lbs third;
Jordyn Miller-120lbs second;
Novice Division 4:
Christian Cargola-70lbs third;
Tucker Watson-76lbs third;
Tayler Hamric-96lbs first;
Vicki Faulkner-120lbs third.
Novice Division 5:
Connor Bullard-113 fourth;
Hunter Stewart-heavyweight second.
Open Division 2:
Keegan Hamric-105lbs third;
Brooklyn Wright-55lbs fourth;
Randen Wright-58lbs first;
Open Division 4:
Tayler Hamric-96lbs fourth;
Open Division 5:
Tieler Cummings-200lbs second.


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Mcintosh Tumblers competed in their first competition of the season in Oklahoma City Nov. 11.
The winners included:
Laynie Taylor: first on floor second on double mini and third on trampoline.
Lanie Guynes: first time double many second on trampoline and third on floor.
Nacona Buchanan: for some floor third on trampoline and forth on double mini.
Arianna Hernandez :first on double mini first on trampoline and overall level champion for beginner trampoline.
Carmun Scott: second on double mini and second on trampoline.
Lola Stidman: second on double mini first on floor and first on trampoline.
Breea Stockholm: third on double mini and forth on trampolin.e
Raynee Howell: second on double many second on floor and sixth on trampoline.
Parker Stockholm:for some double mini first on floor and second on trampoline.
Alexa Casey: first on trampoline and third on double mini.
Melanie Colwill:for some floor second on double mani and first on trampoline.
Paidan Farrow: first on trampoline and third on double mini.
Haley glass: fourth on trampoline and second on double mini.
Memphis Black:first on trampoline first on floor and second on double mini.
Wyatte Roller: first on double mini and second on trampoline.
Remick Smith: first on double mini third on floor first on trampoline.
Lucas Thompson: second on trampoline.
Alexis Thompson: first on floor, first on trampoline and second on double mini and overall level champion for intermediate trampoline.
Emma Harrison: third on double mini second on floor and fifth on trampoline.
Brailey Fogle: first double mini fifth on trampoline and first on floor and over all level champion for novice floor tumbling.
Veronica Ramsey: first on floor, first on double mini and second on trampoline and overall level champion for sub:novice floor tumbling.
Alayna fixico:second on double mini, ninth on floor and fifth on trampoline.
Briley Cagle: first on trampoline, first on double mini and six on floor.
Carter Royston: first on trampoline, first on double mini and first on floor. and overall level champion for beginner floor Tumbling.
Rowdy Williams: first on double mini,second on floor and second on trampoline.
Rachel Dunn: first on double mini, first on floor and second on trampoline she also received overall level of champion for beginner double mini and overall level champion for advanced beginner floor tumbling.
Jim Rainbolt: first on trampoline and second on double mini.
Ethan warren: first on trampoline and first on double mini.
Calvin warren: first on floor, first on double mini and first on trampoline.
Konner Hayes: second on trampoline.
Kaden Hayes: first on double mini, second on trampoline and overall level champion for elite double mini.
Corban Morris: first on floor, first on double mini and first on trampoline.
Stormi Waquie: fifth one floor and fifth on trampoline.
Raylen Blackshire: eleventh on floor, third on double mini, and third on trampoline.
Izzy Smith: second on double mini, sixth on trampoline.
Coleton Mcehannon: first one floor, second on trampoline.
Zhoie Fraser: second on floor, fifth on double mini, third on trampoline.
Amelia Moyer: first on double mini and second on trampoline.
Laura Duke: first on floor, first on double mini, and first on trampoline.
Adalee Ward: fifth on double mini, second on trampoline.
Marli Richmond: second on double mini, forth on trampoline.
Lilly Mooney: third on floor, first on double mini, and forth on trampoline.
Jayzen Mooney: second on floor, first on double mini, and third on trampoline.

hlk 1 2 champs

Henryetta has a pair of championship teams after Saturday. The first and second grade Little Knights defeated Beggs 19-2 for the silver ball championship while the Little Knight third and fourth graders blanked Liberty 21-0 winning the Gold Ball.That kept their perfect season intact with 11 wins and no losses. Both games were played at Inola. As a momento of the win, each of the winning team members received commemorative rings.

hlk 3 4 champs

edmundson rodeo

Howard Edmundson and his son, Bryton Edmundson have each earned a spot in steer wrestling at the INFR (Indian Nationals Final Rodeo) in Las Vegas Nov. 7-11.
Howard won this event at the INFR in 1996 and he placed first in round 1 this year. After round 2, Howard is first place in the average and Bryton is coming in at ninth place. Round 3 is set Nov. 10 and round 4 is Nov. 11. Howard plans to pass the reins down to his son, Bryton, to carry on the cowboy tradition. Both are from Henryetta. The events are live streamed and can be found on the INFR.org website.