The Eufaula football programs continues to produce and develop athletes for the next level and this year Trae Hampton will carry on that legacy. Hampton is a 6’2”, 220 pound athlete that carry the football, can be a big target as a receiver or can knock your block off as a linebacker.
Local bronc buster and Steer wrestler Traden Anderson earned the top spot at the Hanna Rodeo held on June 27 and 28. Anderson placed second in bronc riding and placed in the top three in several events, pushing him to the top cowboy.
A Hollywood movie couldn’t have had a better script than what happened in Checotah on Friday night. Checotah hosted the District Championship games in the Truman Dixon Fieldhouse and won both games with the Hall of Fame coach in attendance.
The Oklahoma Secondary School Activities Association has postponed the state basketball tournaments indefinitely. The announcement was made at 12:30 on Thursday just 90 minutes before teams like the Eufaula Lady Ironheads would have played at the Big House at Oklahoma City Fairgrounds. “With the recent infor
Eufaula Indian Journal and McIntosh County Democrat newspapers sports writer Rodney Haltom was all smiles Monday morning after the virtual Oklahoma Press Association Banquet. Haltom placed third in the state in two different Sports Coverage categories and his annual Gridiron Guide placed first in Sales Promotions.