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Joshua’s Hayden Chittum represents Owls in Blue-Grey All-American Bowl!

JOSHUA — The Joshua Owls’ most productive player from the past three years was selected to play in the Blue-Grey All-American Bowl at AT&T Stadium on Monday. Joshua senior Hayden Chittum was one of a select few on the field at the home of the Dallas Cowboys as a part of the West Team, which

Joshua ISD names former Krum coach Gary Robinson as Owls’ new head football coach!

JOSHUA — The Joshua Fightin’ Owls have found their man. Joshua Athletic Director Mike Burt announced Gary Robinson, former Krum head football coach and athletic director, as the Owls’ new head football coach Thursday afternoon. Joshua had more than 140 coaches apply for the position before narrowing down the search to five finalists, when they

Owls well-represented in all-district football voting!

After finishing one win away from their first postseason berth since 1996, the Joshua Owls were well-represented in all-district selections with 11 players voted to the first or second team. Joshua had three players make the first team, all on the defense, in linebackers Justis Chaney and Josh Clarke along with defensive end Brandon Parrish.

Parrish, Chaney and Clarke Named 1st Team All District in Football

The Joshua Fighting Owls football team received numerous district honors this season! 1st Team Defense: Parrish – DE,  Chaney- Inside LB, Clarke OLB 2nd Team All district Defense: Chambers-DE, Lanning-OLB, Mchugh- Punter Honorable Mention Defense; Galbreath-DE, Sumpter- DT, Hughes- CB, Gunter- Safety, Alvis- Safety   2nd Team All District Offense Minton-RB, Nunn-FB, Chittum-WR, Maples- Tackle,

Joshua’s Defense Seals 31-21 Victory Over Cleburne!

By A.J. Crisp 3 hrs ago Joshua senior Hayden Chittum (3) scored two touchdowns as the Owls beat Cleburne, 31-21, on Friday for Joshua’s first win over the Yellow Jackets in 10 years. Joshua’s defense recorded four game-changing turnovers in the second half as the Owls recorded a 31-21 win over Cleburne on Friday at

Chittum rushes for Over 180 yards!

BY RICKY MOORE Special to the Star-Telegram NOVEMBER 03, 2017 10:09 PM Burleson Centennial 34, Joshua 13 Burleson Centennial slot back Chris Mosely ran for two scores and caught a touchdown pass to help the Spartans wrap up a playoff berth with a 34-14 District 9-5A victory Friday night at Joshua. The Spartans will be

Hayden Chittum rushes for 187 Yards Vrs. Everman

Everman built a 34-0 lead through three quarters over Joshua as the Bulldogs won their fifth straight, 41-14, to stay tied with Crowley atop District 9-5A while the Owls lost their fourth consecutive game. It was the J.T. Clark and Keonte Lusk show for the Bulldogs as Clark and Lusk combined to score all six

Owls Lose Lead late vrs. Elks

BURLESON — Burleson used a 14-point fourth quarter to overcome a 14-3 deficit for a 17-14 win over Joshua on Friday at Burleson ISD Stadium. A one-yard touchdown run by Burleson quarterback Jacob Amador on fourth down with 1:14 left gave the Elks their first 5-0 start since 2004. Joshua fell to 3-2 overall and