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Join the GrowingTIGER Sydney Crawford

B a sketb a ll

Justice Neufeld

B a sketb a ll, Tr a ck, X - Countr y, B a nd

PRIDE Sunshine Butterfield B a sketb a ll

Lexi Dilbeck Cheer , Choi r , B a nd

Tyler Lyle

Sydni Fry B a nd , Choi r

A r cher y, X - Countr y, B a sketb a ll

Acorn Trio Brings Home the Bling BY MELANIE BUCK •


ver the Spring Break holiday, a trio of Acorn students were doing anything but vacationing. For these three, they were digging deep on a diamond made of grass and dirt to bring home a big win for their teams, wins that included shiny rings in the end. Noah Holland, K ensey Rosson, and Braylan Bohlman are all part of separate traveling baseball and softball teams and Acorn Baseball Coach Scott Bohlman says they make Acorn’s future look bright. Rosson plays on a traveling team called Tulsa E lite, a ten and under softball team, Bohlman on the Arkansas Crushers, a 12 and up baseball team, and Holland on the Riverdawgs, an 11 and up baseball team. E ach team in separate tournaments, in separate cities, must have placed first or second to receive the coveted titles and rings. And they did. Pictured are the hardcore players and their bling following their wins. Pictured: ( left to right) Noah Holland, K ensey Rosson, and Braylan Bohlman.

Tigers No-Hit At Kirby T

Other great opportunities available for students to grow their talents at our campus include:

Cross-Country • Track • Choir Rodeo • F BLA • FCCLA • Golf Tennis • FFA • FCS SCHOOL Baseball • Softball CHOICE


Applications are available at the District Superintendent's office on the Acorn Campus.


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January 6, 201

he Acorn Tigers baseball team traveled to K irby on Tuesday, March 28th, to take on the Troj ans in a good game of old country hardball. obe Hogan hit lead-off for the Tigers, and was hit by the fifth pitch he saw at the plate. Hogan later stole second base, but Lyle, Lynch, and Staggs all struck out in order to end the top half of the inning. ick yle started the game on the mound for Acorn, and struck out the first batter he faced. irby s Putz, then singled to left field on a line drive, and advanced to second base on a groundout from number twenty-two, Smith. After getting two outs to start the game, yle was unable to escape the first inning, giving up five total runs, and forcing the Tigers to bring in K obe Hogan to pitch. Hogan faced two batters, and gave up one more run, but struck out K irby’s Smith to end the inning. After one complete inning, the Troj ans led Acorn by a score of 6 -0. In the top of the second inning, K irby’s starting pitcher, Putz, struck out all three Tigers he faced. Putz held Acorn scoreless, and the score at 6 -0 Troj ans. The Troj ans loaded the bases in the bottom of the second with no outs. K irby was able to score two runs in the inning off of a fielders choice and a sacrifice bunt. The score was 8-0 in favor of K irby after two innings. Aaron Bissell struck out looking to start off the third inning. Logan Frost then walked in the next at bat, but was stranded at first after Hogan and yle struck out to end the inning with the score still 8-0 Troj ans. Acorn’s pitcher, K obe Hogan, retired one batter in the top of the third and walked one batter, before he exited the game due to an inj ury. The Tigers then brought in Jacob Haddox to pitch. Haddox allowed a double and a single, as well as a few passed balls. The Troj ans extended their lead to 11-0 after three innings. K irby brought in number eight, Bates, to pitch in the fourth. Bates struck out one batter and forced two groundouts, retiring the Tigers one-two-three. The Tigers committed a few errors in the bottom of the fourth inning, as Haddox walked a few and hit a batter, to give K irby two more runs. However, Acorn was able to get out of the inning with a tag out at home plate, with the score 13-0 Troj ans. Bates closed out the game for irby in the top of the fifth, as all three Tiger batters struck out to end the game, with the score 13-0 in favor of the Troj ans. K irby’s pitchers, Putz and Bates, combined to throw a no-hitter against the Tigers, while Acorn committed multiple errors. On Tuesday night as well, the Acorn Lady Tigers softball team defeated the K irby Lady Troj ans by a score of 16 -3.

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