Sports
  • (photo by Buzz Cory of www.BuzzPhotos.com)
  • Guide Mark Crawford (who provided the photo) says Woollies and big nymphs have been working well for rainbows. Hot pink and chartreuse Trout Magnets are great on spinning equipment.
  • The Senior Pastor, Officers and Members of the Bethlehem Baptist Church - The House of Bread is seeking sponsorship and participation from our community partners as we host our 5th Annual Scholarship Golf Tournament. It is our goal to assist worthy high school seniors who are beginning their journey in pursuit of their college degree. We invite you to enroll your golf team to participate, sponsor a hole, and or make a donation separate from the tournament sponsorship.
  • Choctaw Hunting Lodge Manager Travis Benes coaxing a big Eastern Gobbler in close. (Photo by Luke Clayton)
  • Receiver Daillan Robinson gets a hand on the ball thru a strong defensive play by Nemara Taddesse. The Gold Team in white uniforms took it to the Blue Team with a strong defensive showing. (Photo by Buzz Cory/BuzzPhotos.com)
  • Zach Bianchi pulls down a touchdown reception in front of Jorden Miles during the McKinney Boyd High School spring varsity football scrimmage on Thursday, May 24, 2018. (Photo by Kevin Bartram/Buzzphotos.com)
  • (photo by Rog Pachuta/BuzzPhotos)
  • John Berry of Berry Brothers Guide Service in Cotter (870-435-2169) said the Buffalo National River and Crooked Creek are navigable. As the water warms, the smallmouths will be more active. John’s favorite fly is a Clouser minnow. Carefully check the water level before entering Crooked Creek or the Buffalo River. There are no dams on these streams. They both have large drainages and are prone to flooding during and following any rain event. The water can rise very quickly.
  • Jonathan Bowling recently caught the 13th biggest Oklahoma largemouth bass on record, from Broken Bow this weekend! The fish weighed 13 lbs, 11.2 ozs and measured 27" long, 21" girth. This is the second Top 20 largemouth caught from Broken Bow this year!

  • This addition gives the Lions a full slate of 11 NCAA Division II opponents for the first time since the 2010 season.
  • Rodney White, of Ector, won the first feature race of the season and will be back to defend his visit to victory lane. (Monica Faber photo)
  • Game one in this regional final series is set for 7:00 p.m. Wednesday, May 23 in Anna.
  • White River: Cotter Trout Dock (870-435-6525) says, "The heat is on. We just put away our long johns and have jumped right into hot weather togs and flip-flops with daily temperatures in the high 80s."
  • Ector's Destiny Whitburn slammed a solo homer in the first inning and pitched a two-hitter to pick up the win.
  • The Dodd City Hornets posted wins of 8-3 and 20-8 over the Saint Jo Panthers to earn a trip to the regional finals.
  • The Leonard Lady Tigers bring home 3rd place medals in Girls Singles and Girls Doubles. (L-R) Kinley Speir, Alyssa Davis and Kenna Kelley
  • This cell phone photo of a bobcat was taken a couple years ago while Luke was in a ground hunting blind hunting deer. The inquisitive cat came with 5 feet of the opened door while Luke snapped pictures with his phone. (photo by Luke Clayton)
  • Sophomore Dillon Jones threw a complete game 5-hitter to lead the Dodd City Hornets to an 8-3 win over Saint Jo Thursday in Ponder.
  • The Bells Panthers advance to the Region II-2A semifinals after the Panthers posted a 5-3 win over the Sam Rayburn Rebels in the regional quarterfinals Friday.
  • To attract the trout on the White, they tell us, tie on a tri-olive Zig Jig – 1/8 ounce is best – and jiggle it just above the bottom. (photo by Cotter Trout Dock)