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Lady Pirates, sophomore golfer win state titles; Poteau senior eighth-place medalist, makes All-State

May 3, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY — There's no feeling like leading from start to finish. Just ask the Poteau Lady Pirates golf team.
The Lady Pirates pretty much led all 36 holes as they won the Class 4A State Tournament Thursday afternoon at Lake Hefner South Golf Course.
The Lady Pirates finished with a team score of 364 after a first-day score of 356 to end the 36-hole event with a 720, which was 21 shots better than state runner-up Anadarko (741).

State Champion

May 3, 2012

All-Stater

May 3, 2012

Welcome Home, State Champs

May 3, 2012

The Poteau Lady Pirates golf team members, from left, Skylynn Terry, Hannah Ward, Cathleen Manlove and Addie Guthrie pose with the Class 4A State Golf Championship trophy after winning the event Thursday afternoon at Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner South Golf Course. Not pictured is Paitton Callery. The Lady Pirates were escorted to the Costner Stadium parking lot by Poteau's finest as well as fans with signs.

Elizabeth “Betty” (Korby) Peterson

May 3, 2012

Elizabeth “Betty” (Korby) Peterson, 62, of Spiro died Tuesday, May 1, 2012. Services are planned at a later date in June under the direction off Mallory-Martin Funeral Home, Spiro.

Poteau soccer boys survive playoff game at Oologah; Pirates to get rematch with Heavener Friday night in state quarterfinals

May 3, 2012

OOLOGAH — The farther the Poteau Pirates made it into the Class 4A State Soccer Playoffs, the teams were going to be tougher — and scoring was going to be a lot tougher than in previous games. That was so true in Tuesday night's second-round playoff game.
Oologah scored at the 17-minute mark of the first half and had a 1-0 lead at intermission. The Pirates came out in the second half and scored two early goals —- then played strong defense the rest of the way to win the game 2-1.

Heavener boys make state quarterfinals with shutout of Riverfield School; Wolves set to meet Poteau Pirates at home Friday night

May 3, 2012

HEAVENER — It didn't take one long to notice that there could be a Class 4A state soccer quarterfinal contest involving both LeFlore County teams. It's going to happen Friday night.
The Heavener Wolves kept their perfect record intact as they won their first playoff game of the 2012 Class 4A playoffs as they shut out Riverfield Country Day School from out of Tulsa by a score of 3-0 Tuesday night at Harvey Stadium.

2012 Class 2A Regional Baseball Tournament Bracket

May 3, 2012

2012 Class 3A Regional Baseball Tournament Bracket

May 3, 2012

2012 State Track Meet Participants

May 3, 2012

Class 4A State Meet
At Ardmore's Noble Stadium
Boys
100 — Jesse Woodson, Poteau.
200 — Jesse Woodson, Poteau.
3,200 — Nico Hall, Poteau.
110 Hurdles — Dakota Clark, Poteau.
300 Hurdles — Dakota Clark, Poteau.
Discus — Trevor Shankle, Poteau.
Shot Put — Trevor Shankle and Troy Barnett, Poteau.
400 Relay — Poteau (Austin Barnette, Jesse Woodson, Michael Reynolds, Kendrick Hardaway).
Girls
100 — Latifah Harris, Poteau.
1,600 — Deven Bond, Poteau.
3,200 — Deven Bond, Poteau.
100 Hurdles — Skylar Webster, Poteau.
Pole Vault — Paitton Callery, Poteau.

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