Archive - Sep 2013
The Antlers Middle School and Junior Varsity football teams traveled to Valliant September 12, 2013. Overall, the teams did well. The 7th grade lost, but the 8th and on Thursday, 9th grades won their respective games.
The Honobia Bigfoot Organization, Inc., invites you to attend the Honobia Fall Festival to be held Oct 5, 2013 from 9 am until 5 pm at the Honobia Community Center. This yearâ€™s events include a 5K run sponsored by the Choctaw Nation, BBQ cooking contest, old car show, kidsâ€™ baseball tournament and school art contest.
A warrant was issued on Monday for an Antlersâ€™ man after maliciously defacing sheet rock and did damage to a water outlet that belonged to GardenWalk Apartments, causing over a loss of $200.00.
According to reports, on September 4, 2013, Leon Thomas Petty forced his way into an apartment at GardenWalk Apartments in Antlers. The victimâ€™s daughter, who is afraid of Petty, opened the door and Petty made his way into the apartment without her consent with the intent to commit larceny.
In their season opener, the Antlers Bearcats were hosted by the Valliant Bulldogs on September 6. The visitor stands were packed with Bearcat fans, anxious to see how the team would respond with new coaching staff and 47 players. On the opening kick off, the Bearcats took control of the ball and marched down the field, scoring a touchdown right off the bat with Junior Lucas Austin (#34) running up the middle. Senior Tanner Brown (#12) kicked the extra point and the score was 7 to 0. The Bulldogs tried to prevail against the Bearcats, but the defense held strong.
The Choctaw Nation stickball team, Tvshka Homma, advanced to the finals and defeated the Mississippi Warriors 3-2 in double elimination Sunday to become champions of the third annual Labor Day Festival Stickball Tournament. Tvshka Homma's win over the Warriors, 6-1, in opening night action Friday is the first time an Oklahoma team has defeated a team from Mississippi.
The State of Oklahoma is honoring an elite group of men by renaming 55 miles of SH-3 between Antlers and Broken Bow the â€śWorld War I Choctaw Code Talkers Highway.â€ť
The Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma and the Choctaw Code Talkers Association are hosing a dedication of the section of highway at 10:00 a.m. on Friday, September 6, near where it begins at the intersection of SH-3 and the Indian Nation Turnpike in Antlers.
Parking for the event will be at the Cross Timbers Church.