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August 30th

Teams rain during Bass tournament

August 30, 2012

On Saturday, August 25, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club competed in a team bass tournament on Sardis Lake. Contestants fished under cloudy skies with light rain and moderate temperatures for most of the day, which was much more enjoyable than the one hundred plus degree temperatures of the last several bass tournaments.

Bearcats shutout Haileyville in scrimmage

August 30, 2012

On Friday, August 24, 2012 the Antlers Bearcats faced off in a home scrimmage against the Haileyville Warriors. The Bearcats did a great job maintaining control of the game and scored 2 touchdowns against Haileyville. The Bearcats defense shutout the Warriors and held them to a scoreless game. The Bearcats were fired up and it was obvious to the fans that they were having a blast playing the game they all love. The Bearcats will play in their season opener Friday, August 31, 2012 in a home game against the Valliant Bulldogs.

August 16th

Lady Cats softball in full swing

August 16, 2012

Although classes at Antlers Public School have yet to begin for the 2012-2013 school year, the Lady Cats fall softball season is in full swing. Above, members of the team and coaches talk strategy before the start of play versus the Hugo Lady Buffaloes on Tuesday afternoon.

August 9th

Local boys represent SE OK in All Star Tournament

August 9, 2012

In July, twelve local 8 year old boys represented Southeast Oklahoma as they competed in the Cal Ripken Regional 8 year old Machine Pitch All Star Baseball Tournament in Jonesboro, Arkansas. The boys played in 6 games that were stretched over the 4 day competition. They finished 5th out of a total of 21 teams. Parents & grandparents in attendance were very proud of the effort & representation displayed on behalf of Southeast Oklahoma.

Anglers in noon to noon tournament battle heat

August 9, 2012

Twenty-one members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club endured two days of over one-hundred degree heat to compete in their annual noon to noon bass tournament. The tournament began at noon on Saturday, August 4 and ended twenty-four hours later at noon on Sunday, August 05. A weigh-in was held at 9:00 p.m. on Saturday night. After weigh-in, members could return to the lake and continue fishing or go home and then return at their leisure to complete the tournament. The stringer weights from both days were added together to determine the contestants final weight for the tournament.

August 3rd

AHS Cheerleaders awarded All-American honors

August 3, 2012

Marlee Williams and Cara Blansett, members of Antlers High School Cheer Squad, were both awarded All-American honors while attending NCA cheer camp. They have both been invited to participate in the Macy's Thanksgiving Day parade with this honor. Marlee has also been invited to join the NCA staff as an instructor.

Cheerleaders attend NCA camp

August 3, 2012

The 2012-2013 Antlers High School Cheerleaders attended a NCA camp on Oklahoma State University's campus. They received several awards including superior ratings in chants, cheers, best motions, best tumbling, and excellence in safety and stunting. The 2012-2013 H.S. Cheerleaders are Mallory Langley, Kendie Bryant, Macy Smith, Harlie Williams, Marlee Williams, Mandy Owens, Cara Blansett, Michelle Smith, Katie Pendley, and Kacee Schier. The AHS Squad was also the only squad at camp to have all of their members nominated and try out for NCA All-American Squad.

Anglers take to Hugo late in tournament

August 3, 2012

On Saturday, July 28, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club held a bass tournament on Hugo Lake. Anglers had to deal with low water levels in the lake as well as extreme heat. Temperatures soared to over one hundred degrees. These conditions made catching keeper bass a challenge for some although a few anglers were able to catch a limit.

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