BOSTON – Popular legislation to ban tackle football in Massachusetts for kids through seventh grade has stirred vigorous opposition from youth league players, coaches and parents.
The seventh and eighth grade Panther tracksters competed for the first time this year at Tecumseh on Monday. Due to inclement weather so far this season, the JH Panthers haven’t got to compete but they did on Monday and did quite well.
The Pauls Valley High School tennis team reached the mid-point of their 2019 season with a strong showing at the Lawton tournament last week. The boys’ team finished 3rd and the girls were runners-up in the tournament. Both teams were led by championships in one doubles.
The Pauls Valley Panthers opened up district play on the diamond in Class 4A-2 against a tough Tuttle Tiger team. The Tigers flexed their muscle to the tune of two run-rules in a 16-0 win and 17-0 win.
Oklahoma City point guard Russell Westbrook will not be suspended, but has been fined $25,000 by the NBA for “directing profanity and threatening language to a fan” Monday night during the Thunder’s victory in Utah.
The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers played great for the first 18 minutes of Thursday Regional game with No. 13 Weatherford. The Lady Eagles went on an 18-3 run to end the third quarter to blow open the game and roll to a 53-32 win.
Three Pauls Valley Panther wrestlers punched their ticket to this weekend's state tournament after finishing in the top 5 of the Class 4A West Regional Tournament in Newcastle.
The Pauls Valley Panthers overcame a four-point third quarter to avenge an earlier loss to Marlow with a 50-46 win over the Outlaws on senior night. Junior Quincy Jackson led the Panthers with a team-high 17 points as PV won for the sixth time this season.
With the exception of a couple of lead changes early, Pauls Valley led the rest of the way in Friday's consolation semifinal against Madill in the Tishomingo Tournament.
Pauls Valley rallied from six points down in the fourth quarter for a 55-48 win over the Clinton Red Tornadoes in the semifinals of the Tishomingo Tournament on Friday.
The Pauls Valley Panthers gave the No. 13 Marietta Indians everything they wanted Thursday on the hardwood taking them to overtime. In overtime, Marietta jumped out early and they held off Pauls Valley for a 59-54 win.
It is with great pleasure that the National High School Athletic Coaches Association announces the advancement of Chad Chronister from Pauls Valley High School as a finalist for the 2019 National High School Athletic Coaches Association national coach of the year in the area of Assistant Coach.
Paoli football has had a wonderful 2018 season. With a winning season record of 10-2 the district champion Pugs made it to the second round of playoffs for the second year in a row.
The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers bounced back in the third-place game of the Charles K. Heatly Classic with a 72-37 win over Lexington.The Lady Panthers had a big first quarter behind three 3-point baskets by Allie Lance as they took a double-digit lead.
In the South Central Conference Tournament, the Maysville Warriors finished second and the Paoli Pugs were the consolation champ on the boy's side while the Maysville Lady Warriors finished fourth and the Paoli Lady Pugs the consolation runner up.
The Pauls Valley Panthers and Lindsay Leopards matched up for the second time in two days in the opening round of the Charles K. Heatly Classic in Lindsay Thursday.
The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers exploded in the second quarter with a 24-2 run lifting them to an easy 61-40 win over Community Christian School (CCS) in the opening round of the Charles K. Heatly Tournament in Lindsay Thursday.
The Stratford Bulldogs opened play in the Alex Tournament with a 53-39 win over Ninnekah on Thursday. Three players scored in double figures as the Bulldogs got out early and cruised to their eighth win of the season.
Turner used an 8-0 run late in the game to hold off the Paoli Pugs for a 50-46 win in the opening round of the South Central Conference Tournament in Maysville Thursday.
Fox scored the first 6 points of the game on their way to a 12-2 run that led to a 77-43 win over Paoli Lady Pugs in the South Central Conference Tournament in Maysville Thursday.
This Week's Circulars
William H. (Bill) Richey passed away April 13, 2019 after a short illness at the age of 76. He was born in Hanoverton, Ohio on September 11, 1942. Bill was preceded in death by his parents, Homer Richey and Camille Richey Kelton; sister, Barbara Amon, and brother, John. He is survived by his…
Royce Lee Kimbrell of Wynnewood, Oklahoma was born to Lee Kuin and Lillie Elizabeth (Helm) Kimbrell on December 9, 1930 east of Wynnewood, Oklahoma and passed from this life on April 12, 2019 at his home at the age of 88 years. Royce graduated from Wynnewood High School. On November 26, 1952…
Bill Blackwood Jr., 77, of Washington, formerly of Elmore City, passed away April 12, 2019 at Norman Regional Hospital. He was born June 29, 1941 in Elmore City, Oklahoma, the second of six children born to Bill Blackwood Sr. and Zettie Faye (Fuller) Blackwood. He attended high school in Elm…
James Harold Norman of Las Cruces, N.M., was the son of V.B. and Maye Norman.
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