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State releases ACT scores

August 30, 2012

The Oklahoma State Department of Education has released the 2011 ACT scores for 13 LeFlore County high schools.
In LeFlore County, 346 graduating seniors took the ACT, a standardized test that measures high school achievement used in college admissions.
The test consists of four sections, English, mathematics, reading comprehension, and science, which are graded from one to 36 and then averaged to give each student a composite score.

Thackers arraigned in woman's murder

August 30, 2012

Two brothers accused of murdering a Fort Smith woman pleaded not guilty to first degree murder charges before special judge Jeff Singer in a Poteau courtroom Thursday afternoon.

The brothers are accused of killing 22-year-old Brianna Ault and dumping her body in a pond near Pocola in September 2010.

BREAKING NEWS: Thacker brothers arraigned in LeFlore County

August 30, 2012

Sources inside the LeFlore County Courthouse report that Elvis and Jonathan Thacker are to be arraigned today at the LeFlore County Courthouse in Poteau.
The brothers are both suspects in multiple violent crimes in Arkansas and Oklahoma, including the murder of Briana Ault in September of 2010.

Panama Razorbacks will be lone show in county tonight; Hogs entertain Gore Pirates in 2012 season opener

August 30, 2012

There's something special about opening night. For the Panama Razorbacks, it will be doubly exciting.
First, they will begin the 2012 season at 7:30 p.m. tonight at George Ollie Stadium against the Gore Pirates. Secondly, since the game is tonight, unlike most of the state teams' openers being Friday night, it means that there should be quite a crowd tonight.
“Everybody is excited,” said Brandon Ellis, Panama's second-year coach. “It's the first game of the year, and it's on a Thursday night. We're expecting a full house. We're ready to go.”

Poteau senior lineman anxious for season opener

August 30, 2012

For Poteau Pirate senior lineman Troy Barnett, Friday night cannot get here fast enough. That's the season-opening game at 7:30 p.m. Friday on the road against the Durant Lions. However, on the other hand, he doesn't want his final Pirate football season to rush by, either.
“There's parts of me that would wish it would slow down a little bit because it's my senior year,” Barnett said. “Other than that, I'm having a hard time just getting ready for it because I'm so pumped up for it — ready for it to be here.”

Heavener cross country teams open season this afternoon at Early Tiger Meet in Tahlequah

August 30, 2012

The Heavener High School cross country teams will begin their 2012 season today at the Early Tiger Meet in Tahlequah.
The Wolves return five members of last year's inaugural season of cross country — Jose Farias, Dakota McGee, Cesar Gonzales, Arturo Ortega and Octavio Sanchez. Farias was the lone Heavener runner who made last fall's Class 3A State Meet, where he placed 30th.
James Cinocca, Michael Bobo and Levi Chuculate round out the boys' roster.

Tuesday's High School Softball Roundup

August 30, 2012

BOKOSHE — The Cameron Lady Yellowjackets returned to the win column not once, but twice, as they swept a Green Valley Conference doubleheader from the Bokoshe Lady Tigers by scores of 15-8 and 11-3 Tuesday afternoon.
Talihina 2, Pocola 1; Pocola 3, Sallisaw 2; Sallisaw 9, Talihina 4: In Pocola, all three teams split their games in the three-way.
Wister 2, Spiro 1: In Spiro, the Lady Wildcats rebounded from Monday afternoon's heart-breaking loss to Panama. Wister scored twice in the first inning, and pitcher Bryanna Warren made the lead stand up as she struck out six batters in the win.

Tuesday's High School Baseball Roundup

August 30, 2012

LEFLORE — The Howe Lions finally got win No. 2 for the fall 2012 season Tuesday night. The Lions rallied from an early deficit to down the Leflore Savages 13-5.
Down 3-0 after an inning, the Lions, thanks to a solo home run by Stephen Helmandollar leading things off, scored eight runs in the second inning to take an 8-3 lead.
Wister 15, Buffalo Valley 0: In Wister, senior pitcher Colby Turnipseed pitched his second perfect game in as many weeks for the Wildcats.
Turnipseed faced the minimum nine batters in the three-inning game, striking out six of them.

Heavener Wolves begin new football era with road game against Union Christian Friday

August 30, 2012

The Heavener Wolves will begin two new football eras when they open their 2012 season at 7 p.m. Friday against Union Christian Academy at Ramsey Junior High School in Fort Smith, Ark.
First, the Wolves will be a Class 3A team. Secondly, they will begin the Carl Lee era as he will coach his first regular-season game as the new coach.
With all that, plus the start of the season in general, the Wolves are ready for Friday night's opener.

Spiro gets to open 2012 football season against Class 2A's top-ranked Vian

August 30, 2012

The good news is the Spiro Bulldogs are ready to get the 2012 season going.
“They're anxious and getting fired up, more so than in the last few weeks,” said Chris Bunch, Spiro's coach.
However, the ’Dogs will have a tough opener as they will travel to meet Class 2A's top-ranked Vian Wolverines at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
“They're rated No. 1 in their class and are picked to win state in their class,” Bunch said. “We're the underdogs, and our kids are going to have to step up to the challenge.”

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