Kiah Locust, son of Jess and Deidra Locust, is heading to Reno, Nev. to wrestle in Worlds and he would like to invite everyone to a fundraiser to help him get there!
Seven Oklahoma high schools have been named “Oklahoma’s Promise 2019 State Champions,” leading the state in the number of graduates who met the requirements to receive an Oklahoma’s Promise scholarship.
Vian’s high school baseball team started its 2020 season on Friday at Jenks before taking on Sequoyah-Claremore and Inola in Rogers County on Saturday.
Vian’s Cruz Partain captured third place Saturday at the 2020 Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association 2020 State Wrestling Championships at the State Fairgrounds in Oklahoma City.
Vian’s second win in eight days over Class 3A No. 16 Heavener propelled the Lady Wolverines to this week’s Area IV area tournament as Vian defeated the Lady Wolves 43-41 in the regional consolation finals on Saturday afternoon in Adair.