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CASC's Blair; Helping people is what she does

August 24, 2011

Kerrie Blair is Title III
Counselor and ADA
(Amer icans wi t h
Di sabi l i t ies Act )
Coordinator at Carl Albert
State College, but that
may not explain what she
offers the students at
CASC. What does provide
a true sense of
Kerrie’s gift to students is
that when asked what is
most fulfilling to her she
stated, “helping people.”
In preparing for a career
of helping others, Kerrie
earned a Master’s Degree
in Marriage and Family
Therapy with an Emphasis
in Community Counseling
from John Brown
University and has served
CASC in the counseling
role for a year and a half.

Poteau pitcher one-hits Panama, scoreless streak now up to nine innings

August 24, 2011

Poteau Lady Pirate pitcher Brenna Vise had a strong four innings of relief in Monday's come-from-behind win over McAlester in Red Oak. She followed that up with a complete-game victory Tuesday afternoon.
Vise threw a one-hit shutout as the Lady Pirates blanked the Panama Lady Razorbacks 8-0 in a five-inning, run-rule contest.

Monday's High School Softball Roundup

August 24, 2011

RED OAK — Things did not look good for the Poteau Lady Pirates in Monday's game against the McAlester Lady Buffaloes. Little did the Lady Buffs know that was right where the Lady Pirates wanted them.
Poteau rallied from a 5-0 deficit to down McAlester 6-5 in eight innings.
Heavener 4, Wister 0: In Wister, the Lady Wolves (9-2) broke a scoreless tie with a single run in the third inning and three runs in the fourth inning.
Arkoma 16, Gans 4; Arkoma 16, Gans 4: In Arkoma, big first innings helped the Lady Mustangs (5-7) win their third straight game.

Poteau cross country teams finish third at Haworth Lions Invitational; Pirate, Lady Pirate runners third individually

August 24, 2011

HAWORTH — Both Poteau High School cross country teams were third in the first meet of the season, Monday afternoon's Haworth Lions Invitational.
In the boys' division, the Pirates were third with 59 points, coming in behind DeQueen, Ark. (25 points) and host Haworth (50).
Individually for the Pirates, Nico Hall was third (15:25), while Daniel Stacy was 15th (17:02) as two Poteau runners made the top 15.
In the girls' division, it was the same. DeQueen won the meet (38 points), followed by Haworth (57) and Poteau (74).

Deven's Third in Her First Meet

August 24, 2011

Monday's High School Baseball Roundup

August 24, 2011

WISTER — The Wister Wildcats took out their frustration in losing to Dale in the title game of the Tournament of Champions Saturday afternoon at El Reno's Redlands Community College on the Howe Lions.
The ‘Cats swept a pair of games from the Lions by scores of 23-0 in a three-inning, run-rule game, followed by an 11-1 five-inning, run-rule contest.
Cameron 6, Whitesboro 1; Cameron 12, Okay 3; Whitesboro 6, Okay 5: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets (8-3) ran their winning streak to five games with their two wins in Monday's home three-way.

Heavener athletic program set to make history as its first cross country season will begin Thursday at Tahlequah Meet

August 24, 2011

At 4 p.m. Thursday, history will be made by the Heavener High School athletic program.
That time will mark the beginning of the first-ever cross country season at the school as the Wolves and Lady Wolves will run at the Tahlequah “Early Tiger” Meet.
The teams will be coached by Kristen Andrews. She has had quite a start to the first-ever program, as both teams will field a complete team and not just have a few individuals. Last fall, there were four junior high girls who ran, but never in an organized meet. This fall, it's a complete turnaround.

Howe girls come in second at Robbers Cave Shootout

August 24, 2011

WILBURTON — The Howe Lady Lions came in runners-up in the White Bracket title game as they lost 14-5 to the Crowder Demonettes Saturday night in the Robbers Cave Shootout.
The Lady Lions reached the title game with a 20-2 rout of the Haileyville Lady Warriors Friday night.

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