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01COLTON RAPER-GLENNPOOL VS ALEX TORKELSON-CASCIA HALL PHOTO: RuBY DEAN CAPTuRED MEMORiES PHOTOGRAPHY 02 THE ELITE 8 PHOTO: RiP STELL 03 RYAN CLEVENGER OF CATOOSA OUTSTANDING WRESTLER PHOTO: RuBY DEAN CAPTuRED MEMORiES PHOTOGRPHY 04 JORDAN CUCKLER FROM JENKS SIGNS HIS LETTER OF INTENT TO PLAY SOCCER FOR MEMPHIS PHOTO: RiP STELL 05 SAPULPA ENTERS THE ARENA PHOTO: BRETT ROjO


Feb. 21st, 1986


In defiance of the Cincinnati Reds’ policy


of no facial hair, pitcher Rollie Fingers refuses to cut off his handlebar mustache and retires from baseball. Fingers finished his career with 1,299 strikeouts, 341 saves and was named 1974 World Series MVP.


Feb. 23rd, 1960


Demolition began on Brooklyn New York’s Ebbets Field. The field was originally designed by


architect Clarence Randall Van Buskirk at a cost of $750,000. The original dimensions were 419ft to the left field fence, 477ft to deep center field and 301ft to right field.


Feb. 25th, 1977


New Orleans guard Pete Maravich set a new NBA record for guards scoring 68 points in a single game. Maravich was a 5-time NBA All-Star and is a member of the Naismith Memorial Basketball


Feb. 28th, 1953


Ricky “Dragon” Steamboat or Richard Blood, was born on this day in West Point, New York. Steamboat made his wrestling debut in 1976 and retired in 1994 as a 4-time U.S. Heavyweight Champion and a 12-time World Tag Team Champion.


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