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Washita Valley Weekly
“My Community Magazine”
October 17, 2018
God Bless America
Minco Bulldog Cadin Addington #43 begins a race for the goal for friday nights first touchdown
against the Crescent Tigers as Tigers Jacob Johnson was left behind in the 8 - 17 loss to Minco.
Minco now is 6-1 and Crescent 3-4. (WVW photo by Mike Cool)
Washita Valley’s Friday Night Lights
 The Chickasha Chicks are now 3-4 as they lost on the road to the 5-2
Weatherford Eagles Friday. The final score was Weatherford 27, Chickasha 20.
 The Chicks will be at home as they host the 1-6 Elgin Owls Thursday night.
Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.
 The Anadarko Warriors are 4-3 as they beat the Elgin Owls 34-13 in Elgin. This
was Elgin’s homecoming game.
 The Warriors will be at home Friday as the Warriors face Clinton’s Red
Tornadoes. The Tornadoes are 6-1 for the season. Kickoff at 7 p.m.
 The Rush Springs Redskins are now 4-3 as they traveled to Apache to meet the
5-1 Warriors. Apache shutout the Redskins with a final score of 49-0.
 The Redskins will host the 7-0 Ringling Blue Devils Thursday night. Kickoff at
7 p.m.
 Alex Longhorns are also 4-3 as they traveled to Geary and claimed the victory
over the 1-6 Bison. The final score was Alex 74, Geary 38.
 Alex will host the 1-5 Carnegie Wildcats Friday for Alex’s Senior Night.
Kickoff will be at 7 p.m.
 Minco Bulldogs are now 6-1 for the season as they defeated the now 3-4
Crescent Tigers on Friday. The final score of that game was Minco 17, Crescent 8.
 The Bulldogs will travel to Del City to go against the 4-3 Christian Heritage
Crusaders Thursday night. Kickoff at 7 p.m.
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Rock Island Bike Ride present checks to charities
 113 bicycle riders and
enthusiasts gathered at the
Rock Island Arts Festival
on Saturday September
29th and participated in the
second annual Rock Island
Ride. The ride consisted
of several different courses
that ranged up to eighty
miles in and around
 Entry fees and sponsor
support raised several
thousand dollars that were
donated to local charities.
 Mobile Meals, the
Emergency Food Pantry,
and The Salvation Army
were each presented a check
for $1,000 to assist them
in their projects that help
 Awards were also given
to those who had the best
rest stops that assist the
riders in their journeys
during the ride. First place
went to The Salvation Army
who had a 70’s Disco theme
and second place went to
Boy Scout Troop 301 Pack
296 for their Red, White &
Blue theme. They received
a check for $250 for their
 Pictured with the
recipients are those who
worked and promoted
the fund raising ride and
 Pictured top to bottom
are: 1. Mobile Meals of
 2. The Emergency Food
 3. The Salvation Army.
 4. Boy Scout Troop 301
Pack 296.
1,2,3 5,6,7,8
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