The next couples of weeks will be busy at the Choctaw Indian Reservation.

The World Series of Stickball got under way Monday and will continue through next Saturday, July 14, with the Men’s championship. The Women’s Division and the Men’s 35-and-over division will be settled Friday, July 13.

Teams from the Koni Hatta community brought home three championships from last year’s tournament. Koni Hatta won first place in the Men’s, Women’s and Youth 14-17 divisions.

Meanwhile, the annual Rez Run will be held Saturday, July 14, starting at Choctaw Central High School. Registration is being held for the 10K run, the 5K run and the 1 Mile Fun run.

Registration and package pick-up will begin on Friday, July 13, between 6 p.m. – 8 p.m. at the Dancing Rabbit Inn in the hotel conference room on the first floor. Raceday registration and package pick up will be at the Choctaw High School Football Field from 5 a.m. - 6 a.m.

Starting times are as follows:

 - 10k race starts at 7 a.m.

 - 5k race starts at 7:15 a.m.

- 1 mile fun run starts at 7:20 a.m.

This is all being held in conjunction with the 69th Choctaw Indian Fair which starts Wednesday, July 11, and runs through Saturday, July 14. To learn more about the Fair, visit www.choctawindianfair.com, or like it on Facebook at Choctaw Indian Fair; follow it on Twitter at Choctaw Indian Fair; or call the fair hotline at 601-650-7450.

Here is the schedule of the remaining games for the World Series of Stickball.

 

Men’s division

Thursday, July 5

9 p.m. (Game 3) Tucker vs. Bok Cito

Friday, July 6

10 p.m. – (Game 4) Wolfpack vs. Unified.

Saturday, July 7

7 p.m. – (Game 5) Tushke Homma vs. Game 1 winner between Pearl River-Chikasha Toll

9:30 p.m.   (Game 6) – Tiak Hikiya vs. Game 2 winner between Beaver Dam-Koni Hata

Monday, July 9

9 p.m. (Game 7) Oka Homma vs. winner Game 3 winner between Tucker-Bok Cito

Tuesday, July 10

9 p.m. (Game 8) Warriors vs. Game 4 winner between Wolfpack-Unified.

Wednesday, July 11

10:15 p.m. – winner between Game 5 vs. Game 6

Thursday, July 12

10:15 p.m. Game 10 semifinals

Friday, July 13

10:15 – Game 11 semifinals

Saturday, July 14

10:15 p.m. - Championship game

 

Women’s Division

Thursday, July 5

7 p.m. (Game 3) Lady Warriors vs. Tall Ohoyo

Friday, July 6

8 p.m.  (Game 4) Nanih Waiya Attitude vs. Tucker Alhiha

Saturday, July 7

6 p.m. (Game 5) Pearl River vs. Game 1 winner between Koni Hata Ohoyo-Tushka Homma

8:30 p.m. (Game 6) – Natives vs. Bok Cito Ohoyo-Oka Homma Ohoya.

Monday, July 9

7 p.m. (Game 7) Bok Homma vs. Game 3 winner between Lady Warriors-Tall Ohoyo

8 p.m. – (Game 8) Tiak Hikiya vs. (Game 4) Nanih Waiya-Tucker Alhiha winner.

Tuesday, July 10

7 p.m. (Game 9)  semifinals

8 p.m. (Game 10) semifinals

Friday, July 13

11:30 p.m. – Championship game

 

Men’s 35 and over division

Thursday, July 5

8 p.m. (Game 2) Beaver Dam vs. Bok Cito

Friday, July 6

7 p.m. (Game 3) Tucker vs. Game 1 winner between Red Clay Hills-Koni Hata

9 p.m. (Game 4) Tushka Homma vs. Game 2 winner between Beaver Dam-Bok Cito

Friday, July 13

10:15 p.m. – Championship Game

 

Pushmataha division

(Ages 10-13)

Thursday, July 5

6 p.m.  (Game 1) Bok Cito vs. Oka Homma

Friday, July 6

5 p.m.  (Game 2) Nanih Waiya vs. Beaver Dam

6 p.m. (Game 3) Warriors vs. Fani Lakna Osi

Saturday, July 7

5 p.m. – (Game 4) Pearl River vs. Tiak Hikiya Osi

Monday, July 9

5 p.m.  (Game 5) Koni Hata vs. Game 1 winner

Tuesday, July 10

5 p.m. (Game 6)  Lil Unified vs. Game 2 winner

Wednesday, July 11

5 p.m. – semifinals

Thursday, July 12

5 p.m. – semifinals

Friday, July 13

5 p.m. – Championship game

 

Tulli Okchi Ishko

(Ages 14-17)

Wednesday, July 11

6 p.m. – semifinals

Thursday, July 12

6 p.m. – semifinals

Friday, July 13

6 p.m. – Championship game