THE OFFICIAL SITE OF
Edmond School District Athletics

LATEST NEWS

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

(pictured left to right) Christin Kolbenschlag (Raising Canes rep.), Linda Morton (wife), David Morton, Mike Morton (SF teacher/coach) Captain David E. Morton Medical Service Corp, United States Navy, Retired: In September 1972, Captain Dave Morton was commissioned as an officer in the United States Navy and was assigned to the Naval Regional Medical Center, San Diego, CA. during the waning years of the Vietnam War and the return of the Prisoners of War. For 23 years he served in various operational and executive positions as a Medical Service Corps Officer including Executive Officer and Commanding Officer positions in U.S Navy Medical Commands both overseas and in the United States. He was the Commanding Officer of the Naval Hospital Charleston, SC. during Operations Desert Shield and Desert Storm, where Naval Hospital Charleston was the primary casualty reception center for combat casualties returning from the war in Kuwait and Iraq. Captain Morton was also the recipient of the American Hospital Association’s “Award for Excellence” recognizing him as the outstanding Federal Health Care Executive for 1992. He retired in 1996 as the Assistant Deputy Chief of the Navy Bureau of Medicine Surgery in Washington D.C. to accept a position with the American Hospital Association as the Regional Executive for the states of Oklahoma, Arkansas and Louisiana. He is a graduate of Oklahoma Christian University and subsequently received his Doctor of Public Health degree, from the University of Oklahoma, Health Sciences Center. His wife, and "first mate" Linda, will celebrate their 49th wedding anniversary this December. They both enjoy coming to the Santa Fe basketball games and to the football games. They have 2 children, Mike, who is a teacher, the head golf coach at Santa Fe and “the Voice” of Santa Fe football and basketball, and Robert, who has been working at Tinker Air Force Base for over 20 years as a civilian. They have 2 grandchildren, Joel who is a sophomore at Santa Fe and is active in the marching band and men’s choir, and Lindsay who is an 8th grade student at Heartland Middle school who is active in band and show choir. ...

11/15/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

Photo by Kathryn Burkhart - Santa Fe Ruff Draft (article photos for the Edmond Sun can be found on the link provided) (Photo 1) Branden Caraway (21 left) and Mason Olguin (19 right) get their final hug of the season after a tough loss to Moore. (Photo 2) Jorgen Olsen (3) finds a hole in the Lions' defense. Santa Fe’s season ended Friday night in a 41-28 state quarterfinal loss to Moore at Wolves Stadium. Duece Hishaw scored first for the Lions on a 16-yard carry on Moore’s first possession. The cards played in the Lions’ favor again seconds later when Santa Fe coughed-up the ball on a failed hook-and-lateral attempt on its first play from scrimmage. After recovering the mishandled ball well into the Wolves’ territory, Gardner scored his first touchdown of the night on a 20-yard dash to the end-zone. Both teams stalled for the remainder of the first quarter before Gardner came up with his second touchdown of the night on the first play of the second quarter: a leap over the quarreling Santa Fe and Moore lineman to cross the goal-line from a yard away. Moore led 20-0 with 35 minutes and 58 seconds of football left. “We’ve been there before this season,” Santa Fe quarterback Jorgen Olsen said. “I was, at the time, 100% confident that we’d be able to come back and score.” Angelo Rankin struck first for the Wolves on the ensuing kickoff, cutting across the field for the 70-yard score. Trailing by 13 points, Santa Fe could only trade shots with the Moore offense for the rest of the night. “We just had certain schemes fit for how [Santa Fe} lined up and how they came out,” Hishaw said, “and they lined up perfectly for how we wanted them to.” Santa Fe’s last-ditch effort at keeping itself in contention came in the closing minutes of the game as a connection from Jorgen Olsen to Angelo Rankin put the Wolves at the half-yard line with four downs to go. On first down, the Moore defense wrapped Olsen up at the 2. On second down, Hishaw disrupted the lane and drove Olsen backward again, this time to the 4. On third down, the Moore defense stood-tall on a rollout pass attempt that fell incomplete. On fourth down, Olsen looked to Talyn Shettron near the front-corner pylon of the end-zone, but the pass was disrupted by a Moore defender. Moore regained possession with about 90 seconds of game-clock to go. Gardner sealed Santa Fe’s fate with a first-down dash for 18 yards as the clock drained itself. “[Moore] just wanted it,” Olsen said. “They played great, they played sound.”...

11/15/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

Congratulations to these ladies on signing their National Letter of Intent to continue their athletic careers! Rorianna Chartier - Boise State - Volleyball Hannah Ondak - Boston University - Rowing Chloe White - Lubbock Christian - Softball Liz Carter - Seminole State - Softball...

11/13/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

Here are the reasons DeShayla is the swimmer of the week. DeShayla is a Senior Team Captain, Supportive to teammates, she has a dedication to improving, she maintains a positive attitude at meets and helps teammates improve> Congratulations!...

11/13/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

Offensive Player: #3 Jorgen Olsen (QB) - Jorgen played near perfect. He was involved in 298 yards of Santa Fe’s 407 total yards. He ran the ball 18 times for 174 yards and 3 of Santa Fe’s TDs and was 15 of 16 passing for 124 yards and one TD. Defensive Player: #18 Collin Oliver (LB) - Collin had a great defensive game with 8 tackles and several QB pressures and a caused fumble. Linemen of the week: #77 Ryan Denny (OL) - Ryan from his right guard position was a leader for a line that played very physical and dominated upfront in the second half. Ryan did a great job on his pulls and played very physical at the point of attack. Special Team Player: #25 Jeremiah Wulf-Cochran (DL) - Jeremiah recovered two onside kicks Norman aimed at him. He also plays on most special team units. Practice Player: #1 Tyree Nicholson (RB) - Tyree is a freshman who has moved up to varsity recently and has made an immediate impact. Tyree gave a great look at scout team tailback this past week. The Wolves will face off against Moore High in the first round of the playoffs. They will play this Friday, Nov. 15th, at Edmond Santa Fe High School. Kick-off is 7:00 pm....

11/12/2019

Edmond Santa Fe High School News

News 9 coverage (video) from the Norman vs. Edmond Santa Fe game last night. https://www.edmondsun.com/sports/wolves-take-down-norman-for-title/article_90d93036-02a5-11ea-8b37-af657b50dbbc.html?fbclid=IwAR0O7-2NP4Im2Apjmkm1DoeEsnzBRBelg7JhwF4ikXz6EM9FS4Se3WML2e8#utm_campaign=blox&utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social...

11/9/2019

HEADLINES

RECENT

PAST
ARCHIVE
PRIVACY POLICY | © 2019 MASCOT MEDIA, LLC