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August 23rd

Weekend High School Softball Roundup

August 23, 2011

WILBURTON — The weekend ended on a high note for the Arkoma Lady Mustangs as they won fourth place in the Robbers Cave Shootout with an 8-5 win over Haileyville Saturday morning.
Heavener 6, Broken Bow 3; Heavener 6, Wright City 1: Friday in Broken Bow, the Lady Wolves (8-2) broke a 3-3 tie with the host Lady Savages with a three-run seventh inning, with Amber Holt's two-out, two-RBI single providing the game-winning runs.
Editor's Note — Nothing was reported on Howe's games in the Robbers Cave Shootout or Talihina's games in the Healdton Festival.

Weekend High School Baseball Roundup

August 23, 2011

EL RENO — Last May when the Wister Wildcats and Dale Pirates met, it was for the Class 2A State Tournament championship, which was won by the ’Cats 4-2. The same two teams met again Saturday for the finals of the Tournament of Champions at Redlands Community College, and the Pirates avenged the loss.
Dale scored twice in the eighth inning to break a 6-6 tie to win the game 8-6 in eight innings.
Wister (5-1) reached the title game as they outlasted Coleman 13-9 in Friday's semifinals in a battle of Wildcats.

Poteau looks sharp in first football scrimmage

August 23, 2011

CATOOSA — The Poteau Pirates hit the road Friday night to take part in a triangular-controlled football scrimmage against the Catoosa Indians, a Class 4A power that made it all the way into the state semifinal last year, and the Class 6A Tulsa Memorial Chargers.
The scrimmages were formatted where each team would face one of the other two teams in a 15-play series.

First scrimmage for Spiro Bulldogs shows team needs more 'discipline'

August 23, 2011

SPIRO — The one word Spiro Bulldogs Football Coach Chris Bunch said after Friday night's first scrimmage of the preseason against the Checotah Wildcats at McClain Stadium was “discpline” — and not in a positive way.
Bunch believes that his players were not as disciplined as needed to perform well on the gridiron. In Friday night's scrimmage, the ‘Cats threw four touchdown passes and rushed for another TD.

Pocola looks good in first football scrimmage of 2011 preseason

August 23, 2011

POCOLA — The Pocola Indians had their first scrimmage of the preseason Friday night at John Carter Field facing the Gore Pirates.They did not dissappoint, finding the end zone three times to only the Pirates' one.
The Indian defense came out fired up, causing three turnovers in Gore's first 20 plays, highlighted by Dakota Highley's interception on the fifth play of the scrimmage. In fact, the Pirates only gained six yards in their first 10 plays.

High School Football Scrimmage Roundup

August 23, 2011

ARKOMA — Last year, the Arkoma Mustangs' defense gave up 598 points last season. If Friday night's home scrimmage is any indication, things will be vastly different in 2011.
The Mustangs did not give up a score to the Canadian Cougars in Friday night's first scrimmage of the preseason.

August 20th

Poteau High School cross country teams begin 2011 season Monday

August 20, 2011

The 2011 high school cross country season will begin for the Poteau Lady Pirates and Pirates at 4 p.m. Monday at the Haworth Lions Invitational.
“Monday's meet will still be a preliminary meet,” Poteau Coach Tim Hall said. “The distances won't be quite what we'll run at the regional and state meets. But we're excited and ready to go.”
The Lady Pirates were seventh at last year's state meet.

Howe, Whitesboro boys suffer eliminating losses in Eagle Classic; Cameron, Preston meeting in consolation semifinals today

August 20, 2011

RED OAK — It was a rough Friday afternoon for two LeFlore County baseball teams at the Eagle Classic at Eagle Field.
The Howe Lions suffered a 12-6 loss to the Crowder Demons in the consolation semifinals Friday afternoon.
The Demons reached the consolation semifinal Friday afternoon with a 17-9 win over the Whitesboro Bulldogs earlier in the day.
The Bulldogs lost their first game of the tournament Thursday afternoon 10-0 to the Stuart Hornets.

Strong opposing pitching subdues Arkoma girls in Robbers Cave Shootout

August 20, 2011

WILBURTON — The Arkoma Lady Mustangs were the victims of strong opposing pitching in their final two games of pool play on Friday at the 2011 Robbers Cave Shootout.
Arkoma suffered a 6-0 loss to the Porum Lady Panthers, then lost 12-0 to the Crowder Demonettes.
The Lady Mustangs (2-7) were still waiting at 5:30 p.m. Friday as to who and when they would play today in the final day of action. Arkoma and Wilson tied in their pool, and tournament officials were having to go to earned runs given up as a tie-breaker. If the tie was not broken by that method, another method would be used.

Panama, Poteau girls advance to Panama Lady ’Back Classic winner's-bracket semifinals

August 20, 2011

PANAMA — The host Panama Lady Razorbacks and the Poteau Lady Pirates began Friday's action at the 2011 Lady ’Back Classic in the winner's-bracket semifinals.
The Lady Razorbacks rallied to down the Wister Lady Wildcats 5-3, while the Lady Pirates escaped with a 2-1 win over the Spiro Lady Bulldogs in Thursday night's action.
The Lady ’Cats started the night with an 8-6 victory over the Vian Lady Wolverines, while the Lady Bulldogs won a forfeited game over Sallisaw as the Lady Black Diamonds did not show up.

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