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May 6th, 2015
The Rattan Rams have been named the Class A Regional Baseball Champions and are now on their way to State play.
The Rams will take the field against Sterling on Thursday, May 7, 2015, at 6:30 p.m. on Palmer Field (Dolese).
The field is located at NW 50th and Meridian in Oklahoma City.
If the Rams advance they would then take on either Roff or Ripley on Friday, May 8th at 4:00 p.m. on the same field.
Other games on Thursday, May 7, on Palmer Field include: Roff vs. Ripley at 11:00 a.m.; Pioneer-Pleasant Vale v. Navajo at 4:00 p.m.; and Crowder v. Binger-Oney at 1:30 p.m.
Lady Rams, Rams, Bulldogs advance to Area
Bearcats, Lady Cats continue Regional play
The Lady Rams played in Antlers on Thursday, Feb. 19th, and beat Arkoma 57-55, which advanced them to play Kiowa on Saturday, Feb. 21st, in Kiowa.
The Lady Rams were named Regional Champions after beating Kiowa 51 to 42, and will now advance to Area play.
December 23rd, 2014
Three Pushmataha County girls competed in a gymnastics meet December 6 at Big C.A.T.S. Gymnastics & Tumbling in Atoka.
This competition required the girls to memorize and perform routines on the bar, balance beam, floor and vault. Ninety-six gymnasts from Big C.A.T.S., Kippers Gymnastic Club in Ardmore and Ovations Studio in Sapulpa competed.
In Friday's non-league game, the Antlers Bearcats knocked off the Hugo Buffaloes, by a count of 34-14.
The Bearcats scored all of their points in the first half and held the Buffaloes to 0.
During the second half the tables started to turn as the Buffaloes put 8 points on the board during the 3rd quarter and 6 during the 4th. They held the Bearcats to 0 during the sencond half of the game.
The Bearcats now own a 6-4 record.
They play next during the playoffs this Friday, Nov. 14th at 7:30 p.m. as they travel to Stroud
Weatherwise, it was a great evening for football as the Antlers Bearcats traveled to Liberty to square off against the Tigers on Thursday, October 16. The overflow crowd of Bearcat fans didn't seem to mind the long drive as they prepared to watch their team play for their third district win.
Fired up and ready to go, the Antlers Bearcats were at Pocola Friday, October 3, for their second district game of the year. Coming off a disappointing loss to Panama, the team was ready to prove their mettle. Pocola was celebrating their homecoming and the game ball was delivered via helicopter.
In their first district game of the season, the Bearcats played host to the Panama Razorbacks, September 26. Panama dominated the first quarter, making 6 first downs and scoring with 2:14 left. They continued to control the ball in the second quarter, with another 6 first downs, scoring again at the 4:49 mark. With the 2point conversion good, the game stood at 0 to 14, Razorbacks when the halftime buzzer rang.
The Antlers Bearcats Varsity Football team prepares to take the field to do battle in a test of strength, force, determination, skill and teamwork against their opponents.
The foundation for success continues to build for the Bearcats as head coach Kenny Speer enters his second season with the Bearcats. Prior to Speerâ€™s arrival, Antlers had won only 1 game in three seasons.
Six starters return surrounded by young underclassmen to provide Antlers with play making abilities that will be more run-oriented than last season.
On Thursday the LadyCats had a rough start in the tournament losing to
Rattan moving them to the loser's bracket. They came back strong in their
next 2 games that afternoon winning back to back against Soper and Valliant
II. The ladies returned on Friday defeating Wright City to move back up
into the winner's bracket.
Bearcats make it further than any boyâ€™s basketball team in AHS history!!
By: Jenifer Smith