Pictured, from the top, are :
Tanner, Triston and Trevor Schexnayder
Castin Buchanan and Katelyn Stamper
The Long family - Mayzee, Ava, Sandra and Troy
Mason Johnson Sharity Bates
Above are pictures from Week 9 area football action.
Stigler's football team celebrates its first district title in four years.
Stigler quarterback T.J. Spearman gets ready to pass against Heavener on Oct. 28.
Quinton's Tristan Etchison intercepts a pass in the first quarter against Hilldale JV on Oct. 27.
Quinton's Brancen Gragg returns a kickoff in the first quarter..
Etchison looks to pass as Clay Lemons (26) sets a block.
Clay Lemons runs with the ball in the second quarter.
Identification of individuals in some of the photos.
From left, Nate Miller, Levi Benson, Jaxton Benson and Claire Miller pose for pictures in the “Big Chair” provided by “Visit Choctaw Country.”
Angela Proe, left, and Linda Love, band parents, cook hamburgers on the grill, at the Stigler Band booth.
Shayna Coplen sings for the crowds.
Brent WIlson, Vickie Moye and Steve Moye. Wilson entered a 1957 Bel Air in the car show.
Loyd Brigance of Greenville, Texas
Best of Show/Top 50/Traveled Farthest, 1955 Chevy Bel Air Continental
Jim Fitzer of Brooken
Best Interior/Top 50, 1934 Ford 2-Door Coupe
Marvin King of Fort Smith, Ark.
Best Paint/Top 50, 1932 Ford Coup
Daniel Dvorak of Muskogee
Best Engine/Top 50, 1966 Chevy Nova II
Steve Weatherford of Stigler
Best Bike/Top 50, 2007 Harley Ultra CVO
Gary Samuels of Poteau
Best Car/Top 50, 1965 Ford Mustang
Bob Philpot of Sallisaw
Best Mini/Top 50, 2001 Chevy S-10 Extreme
Above are scenes to remember from Week 8 football.
Porum's Colby Thornton gets ready to snap the ball against Watts on Oct. 20.
Porum's Travis Terrell drags down a Watts player for a tackle.
Terrell (7) and Drew Spradlin (24) team up for a tackle.
Terrell (7) runs behind a block by Lane Brown (2).
Porum's Tyler Girty fights through a pair of Watts tacklers.
Porum's Colton Morton drags down Watts' quarterback for a sack.
Spradlin outruns Watts defenders in the second quarter.
Above are scenes away from the football action during Week 8.
Senior attendant Ally McClary throws the ball after Keota's homecoming on Oct. 21. See this week's issue of the Stigler News-Sentinel for more homecoming photos.
Stigler's color guard performs during the pep assembly before the game against Eufaula on Oct. 20.
Stigler coach Chris Risenhoover speaks during the pep assembly.
Stigler quarterback T.J. Spearman (right) speaks with fellow captains Dawson Barger (center) and Steven Mosley (left) looking on.
Here are the Week 7 shots away from the football action.
Keota cheerleaders Kynleigh Hill (left), Jacey Christenberry (center) and Jadi Welch (right) show off their pink on Pink Out Night on Oct. 13.
Keota community members release balloons in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month during Pink Out Night on Oct. 13.
Keota head coach Eric Henry discusses things with Knute Dumas.
Quinton's marching band steps in place as it prepares to take the field at halftime.
Quinton color guard member Emily Quick drifts her flag during the halftime show.
Above are photos from Week 7 football action, including Keota's Oct. 13 home win against Arkoma and Quinton's Oct. 14 loss at Warner.
Keota quarterback Trevor Bryant (1) hands the ball off to Knute Dumas (24) against Arkoma.
Keota's Reid Thornton (32) tackles an Arkoma wide receiver.
Dumas outruns Arkoma lineman for a long gain.
Dumas gets ready to snap the ball against Arkoma.
Keota's Keelyn Parker looks for a space through which to run during the fourth quarter against Arkoma.
Quinton's Clay Lemons works through a Warner defender.
These are scenes from the Oklahoma High School Rodeo Association rodeo held at the Stigler Round-Up Club Arena on Oct. 15 and 16.
Rylan Price of Stigler corrals the charolais calf in his victorious tiedown roping performance on Oct. 16.
Kayley Stubblefield of Stigler pushes to the finish of her barrel racing run on Oct. 16.
Jacy Ward of Stigler swings her lasso before going for the calf in breakaway roping on Oct. 16.
Ross McGuire of Webbers Falls gets down on a steer during his steer wrestling run on Oct. 16.