Archive - 2014 - Sports Article
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 Speerâs 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 boyâs basketball team in AHS history!!
By: Jenifer Smith
The 2014 Quad County Conference All-Conference All Star Game and team members have been set. The game will take place on Monday, March 3rd. The teams look as follows:
For the Boys East: The coach has been named Shane Winters. All Conference players include: Jacob Cole, Chance Haislip, Garrett Green, Zac Couch, Brandon Baness, with alternatives being Haskell Lawless and Dillon Vest. All-Star players incllude: Tyler Hembree, Sabastian Cowen, S
Your 2013/2014 Homecoming Queen is Emma Branton, who is the daughter of Ronnie & Dona Branton. Emma plays forward for the LadyCats and plans to attend ECU then OU for a degree in Engineering. Emma says her favorite memory of her senior year so far is âbecoming friends with so many new peopleâ. Congratulations Emma!
In the first home game of our 2013-2014 season, our LadyCats and Bearcats were set to play the Wilburton Diggers. Both our girls and boys team had already met the Diggers in the Pick and Shovel Invitational hosted by Hartshorne, in which our girls lost to the Lady Diggers and our boys team beat their boyâs team in a 48-40 victory.