Eastern Oklahoma State College's campus in Wilburton is going to have several athletes represent LeFlore County in the 40th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic, which will take place today in Wilburton.
The All-Star Softball Game will take place at noon this afternoon at the EOSC's softball field, with the North facing the South. The North will have Poteau's trio of Natalee King, Meagan Ryburn and Briley Benson, Spiro's Tiffany Woods, Cameron's Cheyenne Adams, Howe's Kaylee Coffey and Whitney Johnson and Pocola's Erin Holderfield.
Heavener's Jordan Kannady, Talihina's Cortney Williams and Whitesboro's Ivory Detter will represent LeFlore County on the South team.
The All-Star Baseball Game will begin at 2 p.m. at the EOSC baseball field, with the North vs. the South. Poteau's Wilson Klutts and Blake Roley and Cameron's Austin Standridge will be on the North, while Talihina's Austin Lawson and Wister's Caleb Hill and Clint Crane will be on the South.
The All-Star Basketball Games will take place at EOSC's Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse, with the girls' game at 6 p.m. and the boys' contest at 8 p.m.
Howe's Megan Brown and Brianna Hillebrand and Bokoshe's Brianna Brassfield will be on the North team, while Talihina's Chelsea Baggs, Loandry James and Krissy Houston along with Leflore's Lindsey Mote will be on the South team.
The North will have Poteau's Wilson Klutts and Marshall Jones, Howe's Jared Brown, Cameron's Ryan Carter, Spiro's Devon Perry and Tyh Hawkins, Pocola's Grant Severe and Panama's Anthony Milburn.
The South boys will have Leflore's Dakota Watson, Wister's Logan Warren, Talihina's Hayden Dickson and Heavener's Shaun Bradley.