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McAlester High School tennis player Chance Sistrunk keeps his eye on the ball before returning a shot during Tuesdays practice.
James Remedi overcomes speed with strength
McAlester senior James Remedi said he first donned a wrestling singlet at the start of his seventh-grade season. His father, Vincent Remedi, wrestled in college, which helped James ultimately choose wrestling over football.
Mac 8th Grade Girls
McAlester 8 grade girls finished 2nd in the Albert Bare Tournament in Ada.
Crowder Girls Bowling Team Advances to State
Pictured are members of the Crowder High School girls bowling team. The team won second place in the regional tournament and will be going to the State Finales February 22 at Heritage Lanes in Oklahoma City.
Photos from Little League Tryouts
Photos from Pittsburg County Little League tryouts Saturday in Krebs.
Buffs’ Scott turns one into three
McAlester senior wrestling Hunter Scott likes getting clinched, because he can not only break clinches with ease, but also often turn around and get a quick takedown, turning a one-escape into three points.
GBOF’s ‘10 For 10’ league
The “10 For 10” youth bowling league meets every Thursday at Great Balls of Fire in McAlester. At the end of the 10-week season — each week costs $10 — bowlers will receive a free bowling ball, an official United States Bowling Congress average and a membership card.
Lady Antlers top Lady Buffs
The Deer Creek Lady Antlers dominated the first four minutes of Friday’s game, eventually beating the McAlester Lady Buffaloes 53-26 at Bob Brumley Gymnasium in McAlester.
Avants, Antlers beat Buffs
McAlester’s scoring dropped drastically after the first quarter, allowing the Deer Creek Antlers to come back and beat the Buffaloes 62-53 on Friday at Bob Brumley Gymnasium in McAlester.
Deer Creek sweeps McAlester
Deer Creek spoiled McAlester's Senior Night, winning both basketball games Friday at Bob Brumley Gymnasium. The Lady Antlers won 53-26, and the Antlers won 62-53.
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