McALESTER — Video of the beginning stages of renovation at Hook Eales Stadium.
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Buffs prepare for summer football schedule
The McAlester Buffaloes won’t play their first game of the 2013 season until Sept. 7, when they travel to Stillwater. But the Buffaloes plan to make good use of the four and half months until then, with spring football practice starting this week and continuing next week.
Junior Sunbelt Classic schedule released
The schedule for the Junior Sunbelt Classic baseball tournament has been released. Games begin on Frdiay, June 7, at 9 a.m., and conclude with the championship on Wednesday, June 12, at 7:45 p.m. at Mike Deak Field in McAlester.
Buffs and Lady Buffs organize donations
McAlester football players and cheerleaders helped organize a donation drive Tuesday and Wednesday for tornado victims in Moore.
Pittsburg County Thunder takes second in Thunder
The Pittsburg County Thunder baseball team finished second at its first USSSA Tournament in Tulsa on May 18-19.
Eagle Hill “Fun Day” set for June 1
The Eagle Hill Disc Golf Course will unveil all its new features at a "Fun Day" reopening on June 1.
Six Buffs named All-District
Six McAlester Buffalos made All-District 4, and Quinton's Kristin Reasnor became the first in school history to make the Oklahoma Slowpitch Softball Coaches Association All-State team.
Local athletes to play in Eastern’s 41st annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic
Eastern Oklahoma State College will host the 41st annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic sports competition Saturday in Wilburton. Area high school players will compete for either the North or South teams in softball, baseball and basketball.
McAlester United wraps season
McAlester United wrapped up its spring 2013 season Saturday, with several of its teams competing at a coed soccer tournament in Eufaula. McAlester’s under-12 teams took first and second at Eufaula, and its U-8 girls’ took second.
Eufaula Classic crossed the line
Aggression cross the line into violence Saturday at the 29th annual Lake Eufaula All-Star Classic, but who's to blame?
McAlester Cheer co-sponsoring tornado drive
McAlester High School Cheer, McAlester Main Street and the Red Cross have partnered to launch a donation drive for victims of the tornadoes that struck across Oklahoma on Monday. The drive begins today and continues tomorrow.
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