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Jack Gray

August 14, 2012

Jack Gray, 82, of Spiro died Monday, Aug. 13, 2012. Graveside services will be held at 2 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 16, in Fort Smith National Cemetery under the direction of Mallory-Martin Funeral Home, Spiro.

Virginia Mae Moore

August 14, 2012

Virginia Mae Moore, 81, died Saturday, Aug. 12, 2012, in Poteau.
Virginia was born April 20, 1931, to Jack and Estell (Williams) Cheney. She married Dennis C. Moore on June 2, 1949. Virginia was baptized June 2, 1966. She loved her grandchildren and her ministry. She was a homemaker. Virginia was a Jehovah's Witness. She was preceded in death by her parents, Jack and Estell Cheney; brother, Sunny Cheney; and her husband of 50 years, Dennis C. Moore.

Recent rainfall not enough to life burn ban

August 14, 2012

Although the area saw substantial rainfall last week, it was confirmed during the Monday morning LeFlore County Commissioner meeting that the burn ban would remain in effect in conjunction with the Governor's burn ban.
According to Michael Davidson, Director of LeFlore County Emergency Management, the Governor's burn ban is scheduled to expire in two weeks if it isn't reinstated. The commissioners agreed to maintain the local ban until it is determined if the upcoming significant weather changes would affect the state ban.

Poteau Red-White Scrimmage was a teaching tool for Pirates

August 14, 2012

It became apparent right from the start of Saturday night's Poteau Pirates’ Red-White Interteam Scrimmage at Costner Stadium that the defense was well ahead of the offense. That can be said about most teams' first scrimmage of the year, yet alone a team that has a polar opposite change in offensive philosophies. Last year, the Pirates were in a wide-open spread offense, while the coaching style chosen by the new Poteau Coach Greg Werner is more on the lines of a more physical offense play across the front offensive line for the Pirates. Their line will average more than 250 pounds per man.

A busy week this week — both on, off diamond for me

August 14, 2012

When one looks at the end of today's column and sees the week's worth of games on both the fast-pitch and fall baseball diamonds, one can tell it will be a busy week.
First off, Panama's Lady ’Back Classic will be Thursday through Saturday, and Cameron, Howe, Whitesboro and Wister will be in the Red Oak Tournament the latter half of this week.
Also, Poteau will be at the Broken Arrow Tournament Friday and Saturday, while Talihina will be in the Healdton Festival — put on by former Talihina All-Stater and Healdton Softball Coach Joel Bradberry.

Poteau girls rally to complete sweep of Broken Bow Friday

August 14, 2012

For the first time this young season, the Poteau Lady Pirates softball team was staring a potential loss in the face. After the Broken Bow Lady Savages scored three runs in the first two innings, the Lady Pirates rallied to down them 5-3 to complete a home sweep Friday night.

Panama girls split four games in weekend at Beggs Festival

August 14, 2012

BEGGS — The Panama Lady Razorbacks fast-pitch softball team split their four games over the weekend in the Beggs Festival.
The defending Class 2A state champions finished the weekend strong with two wins, beating Checotah 9-2 and host Beggs 6-4. Those came after Friday's setbacks as they lost 6-0 to Berryhill and 4-1 to Kellyville.

Talihina girls fall twice to Keota to finish runner-up in Stigler Tournament

August 14, 2012

STIGLER — After the Talihina Lady Golden Tigers beat the Keota Lady Lions Saturday morning to reach the title game of the Stigler Tournament, the Lady Lions beat them twice by scores of 8-2 and 8-0 to land them as runners-up.
The Lady Golden Tigers (3-2) beat host Stigler to get to the winner's-bracket final.
The Pocola Lady Indians were third. They beat Stigler and got past Spiro 3-1 before losing to Keota in the loser's-bracket final.
The Lady Bulldogs fell 6-4 to Keota, then beat Cameron 11-1 before losing to Pocola.

Friday's High School Baseball Roundup

August 14, 2012

CAMERON — The Cameron Yellowjackets baseball team ran its record to 3-0 with a doubleheader sweep Friday night over the McCurtain Bulldogs by scores of 11-3 and 9-1.
Buffalo Valley 10, Whitesboro 6: In Bufalo Valley, the Buffaloes rallied from a 4-3 deficit in the third inning with a seven-run third inning to take a 10-4 lead.

Wister boys go 1-2 in weekend action at Red Oak

August 14, 2012

RED OAK — The Wister Wildcats baseball team got its first win of the fall season Friday afternoon with a 9-0 run-rule victory over the Rock Creek Mustangs. However, it ended up being their only win on the weekend as they lost 2-0 to Byng and 7-4 to host Red Oak on Saturday.

 

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