Archive - Sep 2012
NORMAN â€” The Oklahoma Sooners home opener was a blowout as most expected. Florida A&M did keep the game close early, but the talented Sooners were just too much for the Rattlers and finished the game strong, eventually taking a 69-13 victory Saturday night at Owen Field.
It was a record-setting day for junior college transfer Damien Williams, who rushed for 156 yards and four touchdowns, including an 89-yarder in the third quarter. His rushing total was the most for a player in his first game at home, and he is only the fourth OU player to rush for 100 yards in each of his first two games.
TULSA â€” The Tulsa Golden Hurricane football team had the feeling, at least in the opionion of its coach, Bill Blankenship, that it had a chance to win the season opener Sept. 1 at Iowa State, but didn't â€śkeep our foot downâ€ť as Blankenship described his team's play in that game.
However, Saturday's Conference USA opener against the Tulane Green Wave at Skelly Field at H.A. Chapman Stadium was different as Tulsa prevailed 45-10.
Ronald Lee Hunt, 74, of Panama died Friday, Sept. 7, 2012, in Tulsa.Â Ron was born May 30, 1938, in Albany, Calif., to Atlee Fulmer and Ethel Mae (Towne) Hunt.Â He was a veteran of the U.S. Army and Marines.Â Ron was the security captain at AES.Â He was preceded in death by his parents; son, Robert Hill; and daughter, Fay Daffron.
Kiamichi Technology Center and the Poteau Chamber of Commerce have teamed together to offer a workshop for local employers.
The seminar, â€śHow to Recruit and Interview the Best Hourly Workers,â€ť will be held Tuesday, Sept. 18, from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. and at the Kiamichi Technology Centers Seminar Center in Poteau. The specific content will include: Â¨Strategies for attracting the hourly workers you really want and the top six interview questions ever asked.
Enhancing The Professional Woman seminar and a Small Business Vendor Showcase are the features of a September 19, 2012, event scheduled from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center. Registration is $25 per person for the seminar only or $45 for seminar registration and vendor fee. Registration fees include the cost of lunch and may be made online at www.ruralenterprises.com.
Here is the link to a video taken by PDN Publisher Robert Shearon at the Annual Sportsman's Festival this weekend in Poteau
The celebration of life service for William Elijah Lyon will be today at the Donald W. Reynolds Center in Poteau. The service will be broadcast live on-line for anyone who is unable to attend. Follow the link below to shawnsanomaly.org and click on the link for Liams service
VAN BUREN, Ark. â€” Coach Brooks Coatney of Van Buren wanted to get a quicker start than last week. While his team drove the ball downfield fairly successfully, fumbles, however, foiled the Pointers.
Poteau scored in the first half, and then had to post two second-half touchdowns to pull out the 18-15 victory.
However, the loss may have proven costly as player Austin Barnette blew out his knee, and his status for next week was uncertain at press time. In Saturday's physical edition, due to a reporting error, the incorrect injured player is listed, and The Poteau Daily News regrets the error.
BOKOSHE â€” The Arkoma Mustangs had a complete turn around from last week's rout by the Keota Lions in their inter-county 48-0 win against the Bokoshe Tigers Friday night in the District C-4 opener for both teams.
Last week, the Mustangs were riddled with injuries. This week, according to Mark Weatherton, Arkoma's coach, they came together as a team.
TALIHINA â€” It was a good home opener for the Talihina Golden Tigers football team Friday night at Doc Robinson Stadium as they clawed the Antlers Bearcats by a score of 41-0.
Talihina was pretty much in a mismatch as Antlers had only had 19 kids.
The Golden Tigers had 320 yards total offense, while Antlers managed less than 100 yards and had only two first downs.