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Kellett bags his first deer on opening day

November 3, 2011

Ty Kellett, age 11, bagged his first 8 point buck opening day of muzzle loading season near Moyers while hunting with his dad. It toppped the scales at 148 pounds.

Hedgecock bags 6 point

November 3, 2011

Brittany Hedgecock of Antlers killed this 6 point 172 pound buck west of Antlers on Byron Hedgecocks land.

New lake record set at Broken Bow Lake

October 27, 2011

A new lake record has been set at Broken Bow Lake. Ivan Kroger, of Ralston, caught a 8.3 lb fish belonging to the walleye family on September 29, 2011 in an undisclosed area of the lake while fishing with Jim Raglan.

Kroger was equip with a Shimano reel and Lews rod using a spinning rod and reel method with hard baits/plugs. This record breaking fish was 28” long, had a girth of 16.5” and was weighed dead/thawed at Frontier General Store.

Sappington harvests 8 point

October 27, 2011

Ronald Sappington harvested this 8 point buck which had a weight of 125 lbs, on Pushmataha/Atoka County Line Road in Pushmataha County.

Bearcats fall short during homecoming

October 27, 2011

The Antlers Bearcats celebrated homecoming last week as they played a conference game at home against the Marietta Indians. The festivities kicked-off with the introductions of the 2011-2012 Homecoming Court. After introductions, Hannah Leyba was crowned the 2011-2012 Antlers High School Homecoming Queen. Hannah was escorted by quarterback, Bryce Martin.

Bearcats scalped by Indians

October 14, 2011

The Antlers Bearcats celebrated homecoming last week as they played a conference game at home against the Marietta Indians. The festivities kicked-off with the introductions of the 2011-2012 Homecoming Court. After introductions, Hannah Leyba was crowned the 2011-2012 Antlers High School Homecoming Queen. Hannah was escorted by quarterback, Bryce Martin.

Local Resident scores big at United Kennel Club’s World Coonhound Championships

October 14, 2011

On Thursday & Friday, September 29th & 30th, a local resident competed in the United Kennel Club’s World Coonhound Championships in Wooster, Ohio.

Only the top 100 dogs from across the nation get invited to attend and participate in this event and Jody Goodson of Farris and his male Bluetick Hound, CH NITE CH ‘PR’ Goodson’s Rowdy Bocephus were among them. This was Goodson’s first time to ever attend this event and he and Bocephus did very well.

Bearcats mauled by Tigers

September 29, 2011

On Friday night the lights were once again burning at Bearcat Stadium as the Antlers Bearcats took to the field against the Talihina Golden Tigers. During the first quarter it was clear what type of game it was going to be as the Tigers put up a total of 16 points with little effort.

Bearcats fall to Atoka in second half

September 22, 2011

Coming off of a loss last week at the hands of the Savannah Bulldogs (55 to 29), the Bearcats showed early in the first that they were here to play as they drew first blood. Unfortunately the Bearcats lost Friday's non conference game against the Atoka Wampus Cats by a score of 46-26.

Annual tournament closes out season

September 22, 2011

On Saturday, September 17, members of the Pushmataha County Sportsman Club concluded their 2011 bass tournament schedule with the Annual Top Ten Tournament. The tournament was held on Sardis Lake. The Top Ten Tournament allows the top ten anglers of the year to compete against each other in this final event. Those competing this year were Ellis Silvey, Billy Hensley, Terry Thurman, Judd Thomas, Billy Latham, Josh Cole, Mike Burrage, Jon Tucker, Dennis Willeford, and Kenny Briggs.

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