Mountain Gateway Sisterhood of Steel will play Oklahoma City Roller Derby's Lightning Broads at 11 a.m. this morning at SkateReation.Sisterhood of Steel returns to the rink following last week's 204-98 victory over Tulsa Derby Brigade's Beta Corps in what should be a hard fought battle."The Lightning Broads are a far more experienced team and this will be a real test for us, but I believe that with our Jammers and Blockers, on our home floor, and in front of our fans, we could put up another W," SOS Coach Keith Clarke said. "This is definitely going to be an entertaining game."— — —The Panama High School football team is going to have a rib sale from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. May 4 next to Razorback Quik Mart in Panama.Pre-orders will be taken until Monday, and all proceeds will benefit the Panama Razorback football program. To pre-order or for additional information, call Panama Coach Brandon Ellis at (918) 869-1275.— — —The Poteau Lady Pirates softball program will have an age 6-7 coach-pitch league beginning in May and end its season in June.Players must have been age 7 by Jan. 1, 2012, or must turn age 6 by Jan. 1, 2013. The entry fee is $150 per team, and the league is open to six teams.For additional information, call Kathy Nye at (918) 649-4326 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org.— — —The Poteau Kiwanis Spring Scramble Golf Tournament will begin at 9 a.m. this at Choctaw Country Club.The tournament will benefit Boys and Girls Club of LeFlore County and LeFlore County Youth Services.Entry fee is $50 per person, if paid before the tournament date, $60 the date of the tournament or $200 per team.Tournament hole sponsorships are available for $100. Businesses or individuals can sponsor a team and hole for $250.For more information, call Lyle Whitworth at (918) 413-2929, Ryan Adams at (918) 649-7846, Craig Hall at (918) 649-4712 or Choctaw Country Club at (918) 647-3488.— — —Nominations are due Monday for the 17th annual Oklahoma Indian All-State Games. Nominations and certified degree of Indian blood must be faxed to (918) 642-3163.For additional information, call (918) 642-3162.— — —The 16th Annual Big Mac Three-Course Challenge will be Friday through May 6 at three different courses, beginning with Wolf Ridge Golf Course on Friday. Day 2's action will be at McAlester Country Club next Saturday and Arrowhead Resort Golf Course on May 6.Entry fee for the event is $375 per two-man team, which includes three days of green fees, mulligans and a dinner next Saturday at McAlester Country Club.The winning team will earn $1,000, with $800 to the runner-up team and $600 for third place.Each par-3 hole will pay off $100 each for the closest to the hole winner, while there will be a longest drive winner each day who will earn $100 for the honor.For additional information, call (918) 647-2582.— — —The Brittney Cox Memorial Golf Tournament will begin at 7 a.m. next Saturday at Wolf Ridge Golf Course. The tournament will conclude when darkness falls. Lunch will be provided.The entry fee for the two-man scramble is $135 per team.All proceeds will benefit Poteau High School.For additional information, call Brenda Sanders at (918) 649-4039 or Cody Cox at (918) 649-7980.— — —The Eastern Oklahoma Riverdawgs Major American Legion baseball team will have tryouts at 5 p.m. May 14-15 at Cameron.Players who are between the ages of 16 and 19 are eligible to try out. Players who are age 19 who try out cannot turn age 20 before Jan. 1, and all players must live within a 50-mile radius of Spiro.For those who try out, there will be a fee to pay to play.For additional information, call Dave Oliver at (918) 413-1667 or Robert Walden at (918) 649-5316.— — —The LeFlore County Coaches Association Golf Scramble will take place at 4 p.m. May 16 at Choctaw Country Club.Entry fee is $30, which includes green fees, golf carts and hamburgers.For additional information, call Scott Gregory at (918) 839-7823.— — —The Howe Basketball Camp will take place May 21-23 at the Howe Gym.The camp is open to any students who will enter grades four through nine next school year.Entry fee is $40 per camper.For additional information, call Chris Brown at (918) 658-8256.— — —There will be an age 12-and-younger softball kid-pitch tournament next Saturday in Keota during Reunion Days.Entry fee is $75 per team. All proceeds will benefit the Keota High School cheerleading program.For additional information, call Dalaina Campbell at (918) 966-3141 or (918) 441-3925.— — —The eighth annual "Hooked on Fishin'" Kids Tournament will take place from 7 a.m. until noon June 2 at Long Lake Resort.Entry fee is $30 per boat.There will be two age divisions, ages 8 to 11 and ages 12 to 15. Each child must be accompanied by an adult.Trophies will be awarded to all 50 places, and prizes will be awarded for the top three finishers in each division.For more information, call Mark Goines at (918) 963-2409 or (918) 721-3818, Jody Adams at (918) 649-7387 or Kelly Cooper at (918) 649-4749.— — —The Choctaw Country Club Church League will begin play at 5:30 p.m. June 4 and will take place at the same time every Monday for eight straight weeks.It will be a three-player scramble. The league is limited to the first 18 teams.For additional information, call the pro shop (918) 647-3488 or Bobby Pickle at (918) 721-3492.— — —The second annual Duck Martin 14 Foundation PIT Camp Fundraising 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament will take place June 9 at both Wister gyms.There will be eight teams in eight divisions, third-fourth grade boys, third-fourth grade girls, fifth-sixth grade boys, fifth-sixth grade girls, junior high boys, junior high girls, high school boys and high school girls.The deadline to enter is May 31.For additional information, call Creigh Smith at (918) 385-1043, Rodney Nobles at (918) 647-6272 or Casey Hemphill at (918) 413-2217.— — —The third annual Village 2 Village Golf Tournament will begin with a shotgun start at 8 a.m. June 23 at Wolf Ridge Golf Course.Entry fee for the four-man scramble is $280 per team. After June 16, the entry fee will increase to $320.Entry fee includes green fees, cart and a barbecue lunch.Mulligans will be available at $5 each with a limit of one per nine holes.There will be a putting contest, with the entry fee being $5 per putt or $10 for three putts.The first hole-in-one winner will win a car. For additional information, call (479) 785-3575 or go online to www.v2vClassic.com.— — —Mark Holder will produce an "Ultimate Calf Roping" May 5-6 at the Hamilton Sports Arena in Vian.For additional information, call (918) 773-2125.— — —The 10th annual Carl Albert State College Scholarship Golf Scramble will begin at 10 a.m. May 12 at Shadow Creek Country Club in Sallisaw.Registration will begin at 9 a.m. May 12.Entry fee for the four-person scramble is $50 per person or $200 per team.The winning team will win $600, with the second-place team getting $450 and a wild-card drawing will take place with the lucky team earning $300. There will be prizes awarded for the longest drive, closest to the hole and holes-in one.For additional information or to pre-register, call Paul Marshall at (918) 776-9242.— — —The Boys and Girls Club of McAlester will put on a competitive baseball and softball league.It is believed sports encourages a healthy lifestyle in our youth, which is a rising concern to many.Sports also promotes high self esteem in children that will benefit them in many aspects.For additional information, call the Boys and Girls Club of McAlester Athletic Department at (918) 426-5144.— — —The Satchel Paige All-Stars Travel Baseball Team is looking for youth baseball players ages 13-14, 15-16 and 17-18 years old that would like to be a part of our 2012 Summer Travel Baseball Team that will include trips to Cincinnati, Omaha, Neb., Springfield, Mo., Orlando, Fla., and Puerto Rico.All interested players should contact Coach Mike Mayden for registration information at (773) 744-1040 or email to www.whsn.org.