Archive - Sports Article
February 16th, 2012
Coach Austin Lindly, the Antlers High School Girls Basketball Coach, claimed his 500th win with Antlers Public Schools this past week when his Lady Cat took on the Coalgate Lady Wampus Cats.
On Thursday, February 6, 2012, the Moyers Tigers Basketball teams celebrated their Senior players at Seniorâ€™s Night. Pictured L to R are: Senior Carrie Collins with her mother and father, Donald and Stacy Collins; Senior Jake Mattingly with his mother, Pam Mattingly, father Brian Mattingly not pictured; Senior Zack Brittingham with mother Andrea Brittingham, father Michael Brittingham and not pictured Daneal Brittingham; and Senior Terrell Morgan with mother Emily Cowett and father, Clinton Morgan.
This was a busy week for the Moyers Tigers.Â Starting things off for the weekâ€™s festivities would be the Ft. Towson Tigers.Â The Lady Tigers struggled in the first half, but Sophomore Shelby Clark scored the first basket of the game.Â There were highlights by the Ladies, freshman Beck Heath stole the ball and took it down the floor for an easy basket.Â Coach must have had a discussion with the Ladies at half, because a much improved team took to the court in the second half.Â
The Antlers Obuch Middle Schoolâ€™s 6th grade girls basketball team recently participated in the Rattan Invitational 2012 Elementary Tournament. The girls brought home the Championship! Players pictured are: Brooke Lampton, Madeline Smallwood, Winter Johnson, Taia Harris, Kaylea Bailey, Stormi Freeman, Taylor Breshears and Elissa Frazier.
The Antlers Bearcats and Lady Cats celebrated their 2011-2012 Basketball Homecoming & Senior Night on Friday, January 27, 2012. The 2011-2012 Antlers Homecoming Basketball Queen is Taylor Tedder and the King is Dakota Turner. The Lady Cats fell to Atoka Lady Wampus Cats, but the Bearcats walked away with a victory against the Wampus Cats.
The Moyers Tigers traveled all last week, first up for the Tigers was Milburn.Â First up was the Lady Tigers.Â The first half was rough on the Lady Tigers, we put up a lot of shots, but nothing was falling in our favor. Sophomore Shelby Clark scored first for the team with a free-throw and Jr. Calli Winters secured the first basket for the girls.Â Sr.Â Carrie Collins battled tough under the boards but at half, Milburn was in the lead 27-10.Â Shelby Clark got the third started off right with a basket and Sophomore Gabby Renteria and Jr.
This week our Bearcats and Lady Cats traveled to Tushka for the AmeriState Invitational Tournament. In the first round our Bearcats were facing our neighbors the Moyers Tigers. The first half stayed pretty close with Sophomore Tanner Brown putting up 9 points, 4 rebounds, shooting 100% from the free-throw line. The buzzer sounded on the first half with a score of 19-23 Bearcats. Helping the Tigers out were Brandon Slocum with 12 points, and Jake Dudley with 8. The second half our Bearcats were able to maintain a small lead with Jr. Harlan House scoring 8 points, and Jr.
Mason Kellet, a senior from Henryetta High School and former Antlers Public Schools student, signed an intent to play Juco baseball for Allen Community College, a college much known by their baseball. First baseman and relief pitcher, Kellet has had an impressive High School career here in Henryetta.
In light of our upcoming celebrations for the 2011-2012 Homecoming: Basketball through the Ages, our athletic department would like to recognize Mrs. Mary Etta Bollier for her hard work, dedication, and encouragement to our school. Moyersâ€™ very own sweetheart, Mary Etta, has established deep roots in this mountain community and continues to invest in a school system that raised her just years before. She was a basketball star in her day, playing on a team that won 30 out of 33 games her sophomore year.
The Moyers Tigers spent the last week at the annual Coleman tourney.Â Up first for the Lady Tigers would be the Caney Cougars.Â The Ladies took to the court with desire but couldnâ€™t convert and fell behind 24-5 at the half.Â The Ladies recouped at half and came back out much more impressive scoring immediately and at the end of three it was 40-11.Â Caney had a tough inside game and the Lady Tigers battled hard.Â The much improved Lady Tigers showed good passing skills and moved the ball well, but fell short of their goal 49-13.Â