In It Together

Latta Panther baseball fans cheer during first inning action against  Wister in the first round of Class 2A state tournament play Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Shawnee High School. Winster went on the win the contest 6-1, ending Latta's hopes of a state championship.
Latta Panther baseball fans cheer during first inning action against Wister in the first round of Class 2A state tournament play Thursday, May 10, 2018 at Shawnee High School. Winster went on the win the contest 6-1, ending Latta’s hopes of a state championship.

Hand It to the Fans

Stonewall softball fans Sierra Lumbert, Jamie Pool, Alli Sanders, and Gracie Barnett wait for the start of the Lady Longhorns Class 2A state tournament matchup with Kiowa Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Oklahoma City. Stonewall won the game to advance to the second round, scheduled for Friday.
Stonewall softball fans Sierra Lumbert, Jamie Pool, Alli Sanders, and Gracie Barnett wait for the start of the Lady Longhorns Class 2A state tournament matchup with Kiowa Wednesday, May 2, 2018 in Oklahoma City. Stonewall won the game to advance to the second round, scheduled for Friday.

What the What?

Latta head coach Matt Bryant reacts during fourth quarter action in the Panther's semifinal state Class 2 A matchup with Hooker Friday, March 9 at Yukon High School. The Panthers won the nail-biter 42-41 to advance to the championship game.
Latta head coach Matt Bryant reacts during fourth quarter action in the Panther’s semifinal state Class 2 A matchup with Hooker Friday, March 9 at Yukon High School. The Panthers won the nail-biter 42-41 to advance to the championship game.

Picture This

Latta cheerleader Kate Notter uses a DSLR to make a selfie at the Panther's semifinal matchup with Hooker in the Class 2A state tournament at Yukon High School. The Panthers won to advance to the championship game.
Latta cheerleader Kate Notter uses a DSLR to make a selfie at the Panther’s semifinal matchup with Hooker in the Class 2A state tournament at Yukon High School. The Panthers won to advance to the championship game.

So Long, Phil

 In this view from the U.S. 377/SH3W overpass, Ada Police lead a long procession of public safety and personal vehicles from Ada First Baptist Church to Swan Hill Cemetery Tuesday, June 27, 2017 for the funeral of former Ada Police D.A.R.E. Officer and EMT Phillip Wood.
In this view from the U.S. 377/SH3W overpass, Ada Police lead a long procession of public safety and personal vehicles from Ada First Baptist Church to Swan Hill Cemetery Tuesday, June 27, 2017 for the funeral of former Ada Police D.A.R.E. Officer and EMT Phillip Wood.