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High School Baseball Roundup

September 3, 2011

CAMERON — The Wister Wildcats won for the third time this week as they run ruled the Cameron Yellowjackets 10-1 in five innings Thursday afternoon.
Howe 12, Kinta 4; Howe 7, Kinta 4: In Howe, the Lions (5-6) ran their winning streak to four games with the sweep of the Eagles Thursday afternoon at Lions Field.
Leflore 15, Indianola 5: In Leflore, the Savages (7-5) broke a 5-5 tie with a three-run third inning and a seven-run fourth inning.

Poteau cross country runner fifth at Coweta; Pirates fifth, Lady Pirates sixth as a team

September 3, 2011

COWETA — Poteau Pirate cross country runner Nico Hall was fifth at Thursday afternoon's Coweta Invitational. His time was 19:23.91.
As a team, the Pirates were fifth with 136 points, finishing behind champion Lincoln Christian (50 points), host Coweta (62), Pryor (126) and Grove (133).

Heavener cross country teams sixth at Owasso Invitational; Wolf runner medals in meet

September 3, 2011

OWASSO — Both Heavener High School cross country teams were sixth in Thursday afternoon's Owasso Invitational.
In the boys' division, the Wolves had 162 points to come in sixth. Tulsa Union won the boys' title with 45 points, followed by Owasso (53 points), Bixby (73), Tulsa Memorial (95) and Skiatook (120).
Jose Farias was Heavener's highest finisher as he was 16th (12:21), earning him a medal. Dakotah McGee was 28th (12:58), Ray Diaz was 29th (12:58), Arturo Ortego was 48th (13:57), Cesar Gonzales was 50th (14:03) and Octavio Sanchez was 55th (15:40).

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