Archive - Jun 28, 2012 - Sports Article
On Saturday, June 23, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club held a bass tournament on Sardis Lake. Twenty-two members competed in the tournament. The weather was clear and hot, with temperatures in the mid-nineties and light winds. Fourteen members were able to catch at least one keeper bass, with three bass over five pounds weighed in.
Lyndsi Winship, Rattan 2012 Graduate, played in the 20th Annual 2012 Slow-Pitch All-State Softball game at OU on the 3A-4A East Team on June 16, 2012. At this time, Coach Paul Watts also received a plaque for 3A-4A Coach of the Year. She also participated in the 40th Annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic Basketball Game on Saturday, May 26 at Eastern Oklahoma State College where Coach Chris Gibbs and Assistant Coach Dana House escorted her during her introduction. Lyndsi was also selected to the 17th Annual Oklahoma Indian All-State Basketball First Team.
Jacob Mattingly, a Moyers graduate, was recently selected as first team Indian All-State in basketball. Jacob pictured here with his coach Shane Winters. Jacob was also recognized for All-State Indian Academic team. The game took place at Oklahoma Wesleyan University in Bartlesville, OK this past weekend. Jake scored 7 points and his team (the south) won game 100-95.