Hunter-Dwelley Stadium
Robert L. Sharp Health & Fitness Center
Robert L. Sharp Health and Fitness Center
New Home of Jenks Trojan Football

Old Trojan Football Facilities
Where the legends of Trojan football began
New Hunter-Dwelley Turf Installation - 2014

New FieldTurf for Hunter-Dwelley Stadium
Robert L. Sharp cuts the ribbon, opening the new Jenks Health and Fitness Center, named in his honor.  Mr. Sharp was a former Jenks Coach, Administrator and teacher.
1st Floor Locker Room

1st Floor Weight Room
New weight stations, flooring, insulation, sound system and more installed in 2014

2nd Floor Fitness Center

2nd Floor Jenks Sports Medicine

2nd Floor Team Rooms
3rd Floor Banquet/Meeting Room

3rd Floor Hall of Fame Pictures

3rd Floor Hall of Fame Trophy Case

3rd Floor View from the Top
Trojan Football Goals and Words of Wisdom

History of Hunter-Dwelley Stadium

Hunter-Dwelley Stadium is named after two former Jenks atheletes? On Thanksgiving Day, 1929, the first Jenks Alumni Association named the Jenks athletic field after, Francis Hunter and Charles Dwelley.  Hunter and Dwelley were considered both great players as well as great individuals by their classmates. Hunter and Dwelley passed away prior to graduating their senior years in 1921 and 1922.   Francis Hunter is the football player furthest to the left in the 1921 team picture. More information on the history of Jenks can be found in the book titled, Tune of the Hickory Stick, by Joyce Nichols.

New stadium lighting for 2007
After nearly 30 years of service, the field lighting at Hunter Dwelley Stadium is scheduled for replacement prior to the beginning of the 2007 season.  The picture above comes from a Jenks football game program insert. The new lighting is state of the art and will feature improved energy efficiency and lighting performance for televised and non-televised games. The compliments the recently completed Sharp Health and Fitness Center.

Jenks High School constructs new $5 million fitness center
Jenks High School athletes have a new $5 million facility where they can work out. The district has scheduled a dedication ceremony Thursday for the opening of the Robert L. Sharp Health and Fitness Center, north of Hunter Dwelley Stadium on the campus of Jenks High School, 205 E. B St.  Click Here for article

Hunter Dwelley Stadium looking NE from the home side at the soon to be completed Sharp Athletic Building.

Hunter Dwelley Stadium 50 yard line.  The field was covered with Field Turf in 2000.

Hunter Dwelley Stadium looking SE from the home stands.
Sharp Center Floor Plans and Construction
End Zone Building Plans

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