Mark Wyatt ( 1974 Purcell High School Graduate)

Letterman Purcell High School Football (1970 - 1971)

Letterman Purcell High School Basketball (1971 - 1974)

Letterman Purcell High School Baseball (1972 - 1974)

2 year starter in Basketball. 3 year starter in Baseball

Member of 1973 PHS Baseball Regional Finalist Team that lost to Meeker (1-0 ) in the game to go to the 1973 Class 2A State Baseball Tournament

Member of the (1973 - 1974) PHS Class 2A State Champion Basketball Team. The team started out (5 - 10) in their first 15 games and then won an amazing 15 of 16 games to claim the State Title

Scored 58 points and pulled down 26 rebounds in Purcell's three game run through the Class 2A State Basketball Tournament to the State Championship

Scored 26 points against Checotah in the quarter-finals and 16 points against Pawhuska in the semi-finals. Against Hennessey in the State Finals, Mark scored 16 points, including the 2 game winning free throws with 6 seconds left that put the Dragons up 53-50 and allowed Purcell to win 53-52.

Named to the All Tournament Team and was also selected Most Valuable Player of the 1974 Class 2A State Basketball Tournament Team

Named All-Arbuckle Conference in Basketball by averaging (19.4) points per game (1973 - 1974)

Selected to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Basketball Team ( 1974 )

Selected as an Alternate to the Oklahoma Coaches Association All-State Baseball Team ( 1974 )

Accepted Baseball Scholarship to Oklahoma State University to play for legendary Coach Chet Bryan

Starting Shortstop Oklahoma State University Baseball Team (1974-75 / 1975-76 / 1976-77)

Coach Bryan called Mark as a Freshman, "The Best Defensive Shortstop that he had ever coached."

Named 2nd Team All-Big 8 Shortstop in in 1975

After college, Mark worked with his father Leonard, who taught him the ins and outs of all types of agricultural production

Mark moved to Amarillo in 1986 to learn the cattle feeding industry. He returned to Purcell in 1994 where he currently lives and operates the Wyatt Family agricultural businesses in Oklahoma and in the Texas Panhandle

Recognized by his peers as one of the greatest student-athletes to ever play any sport for PHS.