Archive - 2013 - Sports Article
Jake Collins recently signed a letter of intent to play baseball at Eastern Oklahoma State College. Jake is the grandson of Kenneth & Royce Battles of Antlers and was recently name Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Association Player of the Year. Seated are his parents: Ed Collins & Tammy Collins. Standing is head coach Craig Price.
Hundreds of students from across the state recently competed in the 66th annual Southeast District Livestock Show at Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton. The show is jointly sponsored by the Eastern Agriculture Division and the Wilburton Lions Club. There were 413 swine, 108 sheep, 159 goats and 124 cattle entered in the show.
On Tuesday, January 29th, our Bearcats traveled to Valliant to take on Coach Aaron Noelâs Bulldogs, who we havenât been able to beat in nine years. Our Bearcats knew this game would be a tough one, especially on the Bulldogs homecoming night, and they were prepared to go hard all four quarters.
The Moyers Tigers were recently named the 2013 Coleman Tournament Champions!! WAY TO GO TIGERS!!!!!
"For the past few years Jamie and Alex have been strong leaders for Texas Zoom Gold, an Elite College Showcase team, they dominate the game in every area and I anticipate they will continue that in helping the Paris Lady Dragons. Paris Junior College has a great softball program and I am happy for them.â â David Thompson, Head Coach Texas Zoom Gold
The Antlers Lady Cats traveled to Savanna last Tuesday and lost a heart breaker in the final seconds. The Lady Cats dominated the first half of the game and took a comfortable 10 point lead in at half, 26 to 16. However, the Lady Cats struggled in the second half, scoring only 10 points, to Savannaâs 23 points. The score was tied with 4 seconds remaining in the game and Savanna called a time out right before senior, Megan Brame stole a Savanna pass, which the officials waived off.
Tanner Brown from Antlers High School made the Tushka All Tournament Team.
Brandon Slocum from Moyers High School made the Tushka All Tournament Team.
Last week our Bearcats traveled to Tushka to play in the Ameristate Invitational Tournament. In the first round they were paired against the Stringtown Tigers, whose record coming into the tournament was 2-6. Tip-off was won by Sr. Bryce Martin, who even though he suffered an accidental blow to the nose, which shattered the bones, he still played the rest of the game, and was the leading scorer for the game with 24 points. Sr. Harlan House was the biggest contributor to the first half of the game with 10 points, 1 rebound and 1 assist. Jr.