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Spiro looks for second straight football win in road game against Haskell tonight

September 14, 2012

The Spiro Bulldogs seem to be heading in the right direction, especially the way that last Friday night's home-opening 20-12 win over the Muldrow Bulldogs ended.
“I thought we had a better second half,” said Chris Bunch, Spiro's coach. “We didn't play very well in the first half, offensively or defensively. We came back and had a strong second half. We had some good defensive stands. Our quarterback (Trevon Mitchem) had a long touchdown run. We were able to take advantage of some breaks. (Jermaine) Jimmerson was steady for us in the backfield. We just were able to make something happen.”

Poteau Bandit League teams go 3-1 against Van Buren last weekend

September 14, 2012

It was a pretty successful weekend for the Poteau Bandit League teams in Saturday's game against Van Buren, Ark., at Costner Stadium.
The fifth-grade team posted a 27-0 win over Van Buren. Mason Barcheers scored two touchdowns on runs of 68 and 43 yards. Dauntay Warren had a 32-yard TD run, while Hunter Sebo scored on a 41-yard run.
Christian Duncan threw a two-point conversion pass to Kass Fenton, while Sebo threw a pair of two-point conversion passes to Easton Francis.

Sports Briefs

September 14, 2012

The Poteau Mini-Pirate Cheer Camp will take place from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Bob Lee Kidd Civic Center.
The camp is open for youth age 4 up through sixth grade.
The entry fee is $35 per child, and includes a T-shirt and lunch. The T-shirts will be given out at a later date.
Enrollment will take place at the door.
For additional information, call Vicki Davies at (918) 839-0743.
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Carl Albert State College Assistant Softball Coach Megan Young will give softball lessons at $25 per hour to girls up through age 18.

Local angler wins title at BASSMaster event at Grand Lake

September 14, 2012

Last weekend was a great one for Dwight Camp. He won the BASSMaster Weekend Series Oklahoma Two-Day Divisional Championship.
Camp's daily limit was three fish per day, and he ended up winning the event with a total of 16.41 pounds, of which 9.94 pounds was his Day 1 haul — including the big bass winner for the day, weighing 4.18 pounds.
Because of his Day 1 success, it made Camp's Day 2 a much-less stressful day of fishing. He ended up winning by four ounces, and pocket $2,014. There were 61 competitors in the field.

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