ADA â€” Legendary East Central University menâ€™s head basketball coach Wayne Cobb will have another floor named after him.
Cobbâ€™s signature is prominently displayed on the basketball playing surface of the Kerr Activities Center on the ECU campus.
On Saturday, his name will go on the court at Beames Fieldhouse at Murray State College in Tishomingo, where he coached for nine seasons before coming to ECU in 1978.
â€śCoaching at Murray State was an enjoyable experience. It gave me the opportunity to get my foot in the door in college coaching. I really enjoyed my time in Tishomingo,â€ť said Cobb.
The Poteau Tip-In Club will have a tailgate party before Tuesday's Poteau High School basketball teams' home openers against Spiro at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
The tailgate party will have hamburger baskets for $5, sponsored by Budâ€™s Country Junction, JoB Construction Company, Inc. and The Community State Bank.
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The Oklahoma State University 2011 Christmas Baseball Camps will be this month at Allie P. Reynolds Stadium in Stillwater.
First of all, I want to wish happy birthdays to my mom, Elaine Midgley, and sister, Janice Couch, who both had birthdays within the last week or so. Happy birthday ladies â€” I love you both!
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My good buddy, Wister Baseball Coach John McAlester, took his son, Gunner, on a hunt this last weekend near Wilburton. Gunner got a shot at a five-point buck, and he made the most of the opportunity shooting the buck right behind the front shoulder and dropping it within a few yards.
LeFlore County had a 2-2 performance on the hardwood on the first day of the Eastern Oklahoma State College Tournament.
The Bokoshe Lady Tigers remained undefeated on the season with a 54-24 rout of the Battiest Lady Panthers, while the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs routed the Haileyville Lady Warriors 58-35. Both games were played at EOSC's Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse.
BRAGGS â€” The Panama High School basketball teams got their first wins of the season Monday in the opening round of the Greenleaf Invitational Tournament.
The Razorbacks defeated tournament-host Braggs 65-46, while the Lady â€™Backs routed Kinta 54-19.
The Hogs (1-2) will play Gore, a 63-34 winner over Webbers Falls on Monday night, in the championship semifinals at 8:30 p.m. Friday, with the winner playing for the title at 8:45 p.m. Saturday. Friday night's loser will play for third place at 5:45 p.m. Saturday.
The Pansy Kidd Middle School eighth-grade Raiders basketball team won its opener in its own tournament on Monday with a 53-39 victory over the Wister Wildcats at the PKMS Gym.
However, the other three PKMS teams suffered losses. The eighth-grade Lady Raiders fell 30-21 to Wister, while both seventh-grade Pansy Kidd Middle School teams lost to Sallisaw â€” the boys fell 23-21, while the girls lost 31-21.
It was a very good weekend for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings basketball team.
The Lady Vikings went 2-0 in the Lady Viking Classic in Hillsboro, Mo. with a Sunday afternoon rout of Logan College by a score of 90-35, which came a day after a 94-62 win over Southeastern Illinois.
The next game for the Lady Vikings will be at 6 p.m. Thursday against Murray State College in an Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference game at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse. The Vikings will follow at 8 p.m. Thursday against the Aggies, formerly coached by current Carl Albert Men's Coach Mike St. John.
The Poteau Youth Wrestling Club had three sites of representation last weekend.
At the Fort Gibson Novice Tournament, the Club placed 20 of its 24 wrestlers who competed. Nine of those wrestlers won titles. In Division I, Gavin Morgan and Mason Francis brought home the gold.
In Division II, Caden Warren won a championship, while Justin Neff and Seth Ford did so in Division III.
Rae Hendrix was a tournament champion in Division IV, while Brandon Hartley and Parker Rosenburg did likewise in Division V.