Oklahoma School for the Deaf enjoys a bright game
SULPHUR, OKLA. -- The Oklahoma School for the Deaf hosted the Arkansas School for the Deaf in the 2019 OSD Football and Volleyball Homecoming games on Oct. 6th..
For a historic first, the OSD football team played their first-ever night game on the OSD campus. The OSD team shined bright with a 67-19 win over ASD.
Looking to repeat the championship title win this year, the OSD football team is well on their way with record of 3-1.
To host a night game takes a team effort. Athletic Director Levi Mathis put in the request for lighting up the field to start the ball rolling. The OSD maintenance crew and the portable light company worked with alongside with OSD's business department to bring in the require lighting to be able to have a night game.
The OSD volleyball team took care of business winning their match with ASD 3 games to 1.
Also making the day special the home coming court crowned their King and Queen. Senior Tyler Manek was selected the King and junior Shealee Junger reigns as Queen.
Homecoming Court: left to right: junior Dallas Lowry and seniors Emily Cavello; senior Tyler Manek and junior Shealee Junger; sophomores Pablo Gomez and Brook Queen. In front is crown bearer Adrian Gomez and flower girl Madyson Brownen