Tiger Football Receives Championship Rings

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Tiger Football Receives Championship Rings

Senior members of the state championship football team pose for a photo after receiving their state rings in a special ceremony.

Senior members of the state championship football team pose for a photo after receiving their state rings in a special ceremony.

Adyson Mastropietro

Senior members of the state championship football team pose for a photo after receiving their state rings in a special ceremony.

Adyson Mastropietro

Adyson Mastropietro

Senior members of the state championship football team pose for a photo after receiving their state rings in a special ceremony.

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After a very successful season of going undefeated through the regular season and playoffs to win the State Championship, football recently received their championship rings. They were presented the rings at the Broken Arrow PAC, and Head Coach David Alexander was glad to be able to celebrate the accomplishments of the team with all the players.

“The ring ceremony was pure joy, it was such a fun night for everyone, and I made sure to really look around and enjoy the evening,” Alexander said. “The rings are a symbol of what happens when a team comes together, believes in one another, and when players put the team first.”

Senior Trevon Kleint was one of the many players to receive a ring during the ceremony and was glad to have that memory of him and his teammates together there. Being able to celebrate with everyone who helped make the state championship possible was Kleint’s favorite part of the ceremony.

“Receiving my state championship ring felt very memorable because it felt like all the hard work our team put in paid off,” Kleint said. “The ring symbolizes the fact that our team is different and that we were the first ones to ever do it, and I am very proud of everyone who was a part of this amazing team.”

One of the most dominant players on the team this year, Senior Quintevin Cherry, was glad to bring the championship home to Broken Arrow. He felt like the ceremony was a great day not only for the football team but for the whole city.

“The ring ceremony was a fun and exciting day for not only our team but for all of Broken Arrow,” Cherry said. “The ring symbolizes all the hard work and dedication that we had to put in all season to make winning the championship possible.”

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