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May 24th, 2013

Kiamichi All-Star Basketball Games Rosters

May 24, 2013

North Boys
Spiro — Jermaine Jimmerson.
Kinta — Chase Smith (Fanshawe).
Sallisaw-Central — Matthew Callahan.
McCurtain — Blake Palmer.
Muldrow — Nate Hamilton.
Roland — Seth Youngblood.
Eufaula — Cody Faries.
McAlester — Zach Skimbo.
Moss — Cody Robinson.
Coach — Brett Thomas, Weleetka.
South Boys
Talihina — Clark Austin.
Wister — Tyler Gibson.
Smithville — Justus Brown.
Achille — Austin Beene.
Antlers — Bryce Martin.
Boswell — David Markell Henderson.
Broken Bow — Chandler Rickey.
Haworth — Todd Eric Gambill.
Hugo — Nick Brown.
Moyers — Jake Dudley.

Local golfers to play in Hudiburg Classic

May 24, 2013

Three local high school golfers will participate in the 2013 Hudiburg Classic, which will take place Monday and Tuesday at John Conrad Golf Course in Midwest City.
Poteau's Hannah Ward and Cody Shore, along with Cameron's Kody Whitehead, will represent the area in the event.
Ward won her second straight Class 4A state title earlier this month, while Shore was fourth in the state tournament to be the highest Pirate finisher since Zac Poole was state runner-up in 2004.
Whitehead was 11th at the Class 2A State Tournament earlier this month.

Local motorcycle racer wins national racing title last year

May 24, 2013

Earlier this month, the Poteau Pirates soccer team brought home a state championship. However, before 2013 a local motorcycle racer brought home a national title.
Bart Winters, who works at Cargill's Yamaha in Poteau, won the Vintage National Championship Series.
“I raced in about 10 races last year,” said Winters. “I worked pretty hard for it, so it felt pretty good.”
However, it wasn't the only title Winters brought home. He also won a grand prix race at Hallett, located about 30 miles west ot Tulsa.

The glory of spring

May 24, 2013

God gives us four seasons, all of which are special in their own way.
We have summer when outdoorsmen can pick blackberries, noodle for catfish or just catch fish the normal way by actually fishing for them — although I love grabbing those big flatheads with my hands.
We then have fall, which I look forward to each year with great anticipation. The squirrel and duck hunting, along with chasing after whitetail deer consumes me.
Winter has more duck hunting and chasing predators, but then comes spring.

Tackle This!

May 24, 2013

Bunting Babes

May 24, 2013

Queen-Fisher King

May 24, 2013

Wann, Roberts win tournament on Sardis Lake

May 24, 2013

The Leflore County Bass Club had its seventh tournament of 2013 Sunday at Potato Hills South on Sardis Lake. They had 30 boats that held 56 anglers who caught 61 bass that weighed 159 pounds. Average weight per fish was 2.61 pounds, and nine limits were caught.
Judd Wann and Josh Roberts took home the top prize of $700 for winning the tournament with 20.97 pounds.
Jody Adams and Bruce Vincent were second (17.41 pounds, $420), while Andy Nance and Rodney Faulkenberry (16.43, $280) were third. A.J. Higgins got the big bass winner, a 6.73-pound lunker to earn $280.

Dakota James McCoy

May 24, 2013

Dakota James McCoy, 15, of Howe died Wednesday, May 22, 2013, at Leflore.
Dakota was born July 6, 1997, in Talihina. He had just finished his sophomore year at Howe High School where he pitched, played catcher and shortstop on the school baseball team. He also loved to hunt and fish. He was preceded in death by his grandmother, barbara McCoy.

May 23rd

Kiamichi All-Star softball, baseball games postponed until June 1 due to wet fields; basketball games still taking place Saturday

May 23, 2013

There will be only indoor events this weekend at the Kiamichi All-Star Classic at Eastern Oklahoma State College in Wilburton.
Due to this week's rains and the potential of more on the way by this weekend, the softball and baseball games have been postponed until June 1.
The softball game will be at 2 p.m. June 1 at EOSC, while the baseball game will be at 4 p.m.
However, the Kiamichi All-Star Classic basketball games will still go on as scheduled at EOSC's Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse.
The girls game will be at 5:30 p.m., followed by the boys game at approximately 7 p.m.

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