Archive - Nov 2012
Gun season is coming to a close, and I have still not got to shoot my gun at a deer. I did finally see a couple of deer while out hunting, but they were does â€”â€“ and it was not doe day.
I will get to hunt a couple of more days before gun season closes. You need to be sure and check the hunting guide before you hunt because some public land is only open for hunting on the first nine days of gun season.
Have a great week!
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The staff at John Hamilton State Farm wishes everyone Happy Holidays.
While the margins of victory were different in the Heavener-Muldrow basketball teams' games on the first day of the Poteau Freshmen Tournament, which took place Monday at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse, the same team won. A late surge by the Bulldogs lifted them to a 40-29 victory over the Wolves, but the Lady Wolves were totally outmatched by the Lady Bulldogs in Muldrow's 45-10 victory.
The rest of the opening-round games took place Tuesday night at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse as host Poteau faced Spiro's teams.
CAMERON â€” The Cameron High School basketball teams return from their Thanksgiving break to play on their newly refurbished floor Mondy night against Gans at the Cameron Gym.
The Yellowjackets stung the Grizzlies 68-59 in overtime, but the Lady Grizzlies literally ran the Lady â€™Jackets into the ground as they won 63-46.
Behind four double-figure scorers and good defense,Â the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings won 76-55 and picked up the sweep of their two-game series against the host Penn Valley, Mo., in the Marcus Harvey Invitational on Saturday afternoon in Kansas City, Mo.
A 27-14 lead at halftime proved to be the difference for the No. 1 ranked South Plains, Texas,Â in its 61-47 win over the Carl Albert State College Vikings in their second and final game of the Thanksgiving Classic on Saturday afternoon in Plano, Texas.
After an enjoyable week free from high school basketball last week due to the Thanksgiving break, it's now time to get hot and heavy into some serious hoops.
Four schools â€” Heavener, Panama, Pocola and Talihina â€” will begin their seasons this week, and Poteau and Spiro will do so next week.
Bokoshe at Cameron, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
McCurtain at Leflore, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Stigler at Pocola, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Battiest at Whitesboro, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Arkoma at Gans, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Howe at Panola, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Indianola at Whitesboro, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
The 2012-13 basketball seasons will begin tonight for the Pocola Lady Indians and Indians at home against Stigler. The girls will tip off at 6:30 p.m., followed by the boys at 8 p.m.
Editor's note â€” Look for their season-preview stories to appear as more LeFlore County teams' season openers approach â€” and their preseason information is received. Any coach who needs a questionnaire sent to them, call sports editor David Seeley at (918) 647-3188 or e-mail to email@example.com.
Wow!! I did not write a column last week, but what about the Sooners and the victories they have had the last two weeks. I know they were very ugly wins, but I only have one thing to say about that â€” I would rather win ugly than lose ugly. I am of the belief that the game against Texas Christian is going to be the same kind of game.
Behind 17 points from Rolandâ€™s Ericka Edwards and 12 points from Heavenerâ€™s Skylar Cooper,Â the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings won their opener in the Marcus Harvey Invitational tournament in Kansas City, Mo., 75-61 over Lewis and Clark Community College of Godfrey, Ill., on Friday afternoon.