Justice gets first homer for Riders
The Hulbert Riders lost to the Okay Mustangs 18-7 as Josh Justice hit a three run homer and Cody Thurman hit a two RBI double, accounting for the Riders offense. Chase Johnson was the starting and losing pitcher. Justin Farmer and Chad Honeycutt had two strike outs each in their relief appearances.
Hulbert Riders will travel to Colcord Monday for a 4:00 p.m. game.
Lady Reds tennis rolls twice over CU
Lawton, Okla. --- Northeastern State cruised to a pair of tennis wins over Lone Star Conference competition during the first day of the Cameron Quad here Friday. The 28th-ranked Lady Reds shutout rival Central Oklahoma, 9-0, then throttled No. 40-rated Cameron, 8-1, later in the day.
NSU, 16-2 in duals action this season, improved to 6-2 in league action with the pair of wins. NSU will step out of LSC play on Saturday to meet Central Region foe St. Mary's at 9 a.m. in the final match of the Cameron Quad.
Doyle Green Golf Tourney set
The 10th Annual Doyle Green Golf Tournament will be held on April 29 at the Tahlequah Municipal Golf Course, at 9 a.m. The format includes a four- or five-man scramble with 18 holes and four putts per team. The scholarship fee is $10 per person minimum, and the entry fee, which includes lunch, is $5. Green fees are to be paid by participants. Golf carts are first-come-first-serve.
This year’s tournament will include scheduled discussion times in the Club House for those not playing golf; discussions will be led by John “Dolly” Nichol.
This year, $500 or more in scholarships will be awarded to a Tahlequah Tiger athlete. The proceeds from this tournament and donations from Philanthropic Friends will fund the scholarship.
For more information, contact David Moore at (918) 806-8471 or Doyle Green at (918) 456-1734.
Cheer It Up! enrolling students
Cheer It Up! Gymnastics and All-stars, State Highway 51 West, is currently enrolling students ages 3 and up for tumbling, gymnastics, cheer, stunt, dance and “Mommy and Me” classes.
The spring session will last eight weeks and will run April 3 through May 25. Cheer It Up! has one of the finest gymnastics and cheerleading facilities in Oklahoma, with 9,000-square-feet of space with a full-spring floor, in-ground tumbling pit, Tumble Trak 30-foot trampoline system, separate pre-school classroom with all-new equipment, and full competitive gymnastics equipment.
Owner Vickie Elliott has 22 years of cheerleading coaching experience and is certified in all areas of cheer and tumbling. Gymnastics instructor Keeva Brumley is certified in competitive gymnastics with 12 years experience.
The cost for the eight-week session is $60 for members and $85 for non-members. For more information on class schedules, call (918) 456-8797 after 4 p.m., Monday-Thursday.
Donkey basketball to be played at HHS
HULBERT – America’s craziest and most unpredictable sport - donkey basketball - will be featured at the Hulbert High School at 7 p.m. on Thursday, April 6. The teams will be made up of “The Old Geezers” verses “The Young Studs.”
The Circle A Donkey basketball show brings a combination of circus-like atmosphere and rodeo thrills to Hulbert for the benefit of “Just 4 Kicks, Senior ‘06” After Graduation Party.
Tickets are available from Dana Dobson or Leta Keener at (918) 772-2111, or at the Hulbert High School cafeteria.
Justice gets first homer for Riders
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PARK HILL [mdash] Leola Reed 85 year old Cherokee Nation Tribal Registration Clerk passed September 18, 2020, services are pending. Online condolences may be left at tahlequahfuneral.com Green Country Funeral Home
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