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Rattan Jr High wins 2nd tournament

April 6, 2012

The Rattan Junior High Baseball team has won their second 1st place trophy of the year at the Hugo Jr. High baseball tournament. In the tournament, the team defeated Atoka, Hugo and Broken Bow. Pictured (L to R) are: Front Row: James England, Will Lewis, Dakota Cogburn, Roho Chandler, Alex Clay, Gavin Birchfield, Max Pruitt, Easton Winship, Jarrett Scott, Gage Haddox; Back Row: Coach Michael Clay, Jimmy Harvey, Jacob Parson, Reed Shaw, Conner Copeland, Hayden Farmer, Jordon Haddox, Cameron Carter, Tanner Woodruff, Braden Dennison, Logan Tomlinson and Coach Ryan Cordell.

Mills & Coffey sponsors Jr. Bassmasters tournament

April 6, 2012

On Saturday, March 17, 2012, the Pushmataha County Junior Bassmasters and Conservation Club held its first fishing tournament of the 2012 season. The tournament was sponsored by the Mills & Coffey Funeral Home in Antlers. The local business donated money that was used to purchase prizes for each youth contestant in the tournament. It was an adult/youth team tournament and was held at McGee Creek Lake. Launch time was at 8:00 a.m. with the weigh-in being held at 2:00 p.m. at the Buster Hight Ramp.

Bearcats Place 2nd in Tournament

April 6, 2012

The Antlers Bearcats traveled to Atoka March 29th – 31st to compete in the Atoka Wooden Bat Classic. In the first game, the Bearcats faced the Atoka J.V. team with senior Michael Lampton on the mound. He started the game hot, with three strike outs but the Bearcats didn’t do any better and failed to gain any runners. The second inning found the Wampus Cats unable to score, yet again but Antlers got fired up scoring 10 runs. Chandon Draper, Bryce Carter, Michael Lampton, Timmy Kuykandall, and Caleb Smith all made well placed hits and moved runners.

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