Archive - Sports Article
November 8th, 2012
Nate Bates, 13 years old of Antlers, bagged this 8 point buck (165 lbs) while hunting with his older brother, Mike Tindell, during muzzle loader season on their property in Pushmataha County. Photo taken by proud mom, Lisa Tindell.
Following a win two weeks ago against Stigler that sent them to the playoffs, the 3rd Grade Antlers Bearcats squared off against the Wewoka Tigers last Saturday evening in Wewoka. The Bearcats received an outpouring of support from cheerleaders, parents, and fans who had traveled the 100 miles to see them play.
The Bearcats had previously played the Tigers early in the regular season, suffering a loss. But time has a way of changing things. After working hard and honing their skills all season long, the Bearcats returned, ready for a rematchâ€¦.ready to win.
Mark Taylor, 10 yrs old from Moyers, killed his first 6 point deer on his first youth hunt with his Papal Stanley Clark in the county line area. His buck was 93 pounds. Proud parents are Nikki Merker and Keith Taylor.
It was a great day to be a Bearcat.
Following an inspiring pep rally Thursday afternoon at Antlers Elementary, the Antlers Little League Bearcats found themselves pumped up and ready for Saturday morning football. They faced off against the Hugo Buffaloes at Antlers field in a scrimmage against their long time rivals. The 3rd & 4th Grade and 5th & 6th grade teams respectively paired up to battle their opposing teams. It was an event that did not disappoint fans.
The Antlers Bearcats traveled to Wilburton to face the Diggers last Friday night. Although the Bearcats played hard through all four quarters, they fell to the Diggers in the end. The final score was Wilburton 40 - Antlers 18.
The Rattan Lady Rams have advanced to the State Tournament once again. Rattan Public School will be out of classes on Thursday to make it possible for students and teachers to go support their team.
The Lady Rams will take the field at the ASA Hall of Fame Stadium in OKC against Amber-Pocasset on field 3 at 3:00 p.m. on Thursday, October 4, 2012.
Congratulations ladies and good luck at State!!!
The Rattan Rams have advanced to the State Tournament. Rattan Public School will be out of classes on Thursday to make it possible for students and teachers to go support their team.
The Rams will take the field at Edmond Santa Fe at 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, October 4, 2012, against Latta.
Congratulations Rattan and good luck at State!!!
The Lady Cats have done it again! They were named District Champs on Tuesday (9/18) at Atoka. They accomplished this spectacular goal by shutting out Atoka in their first game (18 - 0) and by destroying Atoka in the second game 17 - 4. Pictured here are the Lady Cats Fast Pitch Softball Seniors (L to R) Ryley Antu, Sidney Scott, Chelsi Thomas, Jenna Tucker and Stanna Clark. Also pictured one of their biggest fans, Rhett Antu. The proud coaches are Coach Baldwin and Coach Thurman.
Southeastern Athletics Hall of Fame
Cary Ammons Class of 1998
Induction Class of 2012
Cary Ammons was a standout baseball player for Southeastern from 1996-to-1998, earning back-to-back All-American awards as well as being named the NAIA Player of the Year in 1997.
The score did not match the heart that these 19 young men played with on Friday night, but in the end the Bearcats were no match for the Valliant Bulldogs. Valliant showed skill and determination but the Bearcats never gave up as they struggled against the Bulldogs defense. Valliant took home the â€śWâ€ť with a final score of 59 - 13.
The Bearcats have a true "brothers in arms" compassion for each other this year and they believe in each other. They never quit, never gave up. This group of young men played as a team.