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January 22, 2018

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Jenks football coach Allan Trimble has seen the community rally around him as he battles ALS, but on Wednesday night, it was his chance to give back.

The Jenks community has gone through the loss of loved ones and tough ordeals.  

Head Football coach Allan Trimble, who's dealing with his own battle with ALS, has made it his mission to help othe...

January 13, 2018

Thanks to Jenks Basketball and Strong Family Financial for their Trimble Strong donation. 

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Allan Trimble Wins 2017 AFCA Power Of Influence Award, Presented By TeamSnap

Jenks (Okla.) High School head coach Allan Trimble has been named the recipient of the 2017 Power of Influence Award, presented by TeamSnap. Trimble was nominated by the Oklahoma Coaches Association. Presented jointly by the American Football Coaches Association® and...

You guys don’t ever hang your head on anything like this.

A lot of people look at the scoreboard.

But I know more about your hearts.

What you guys did is unbelievable.

What we went through, what you guys did, the way you battled, the way you stuck with it, is unbelievable, it’s awesome.

Winning and losing is not going to define you guys as people. You hear me. Winning and losing is not going to de...

November 19, 2017

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One aspect of this Class 6AI semifinal definitely is historic: With a 21-0 victory over Jenks, Owasso advanced to a state championship game for the first time in 43 years.

The 1974 Rams captured the Owasso program’s only title. In two weeks, the 2017 Rams will clash with unbeaten Union, the defending 6AI champ.

Another aspect of Saturday’s Owasso-Jenks clash eventually mig...

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Of the 173 figures who have been inducted into the Oklahoma Sports Hall of Fame, only two — Bertha Teague and Paul Young — coached exclusively at the high school level.

In 1927-69, Teague recorded 1,157 victories while coaching girls basketball at Byng. In 1936-61, Young coached football in Ardmore and Muskogee.

Next year, a third high school coach will be...

October 27, 2017

Faith and humility define the life of Oklahoma's most celebrated coach, still coaching with ALS

By Murray Evans

JENKS, Okla. — When Jenks High School went looking for a football coach in 1996, the large district in suburban Tulsa took a chance on a former assistant coach with no head-coaching experience — one who had just left the profession and moved to Kansas to pursue a career in the oil ind...

October 13, 2017

This is what it's all about! Trimble Strong serving hotdogs and hamburgers at Webster High School Homecoming! 

October 9, 2017

The extraordinary is many times accomplished by dedication to doing the ordinary day after day, practice after practice. Coach Allan Trimble has achieved the extraordinary by doing just that. As a member of the Oklahoma Coaches Association Hall of Fame and winner of 13 Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association (OSSAA) football state championships, 15 district championships and 224 gam...

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In the 100th anniversary year of Jenks football, the Trojans’ stadium is getting a new name.

Starting Friday, the facility known as Hunter-Dwelley Field will be called Allan Trimble Stadium.

It is in honor of longtime head coach Allan Trimble, who has guided the Trojans to 13 state titles over 22 seasons and is in his second year with incurable Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis, or...

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