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Poteau wrestlers open season with win over Van Buren

December 14, 2013

The 2013-14 season got started in fine fashion for the Poteau Pirates wrestling team — an undermanned squad at that.
Still missing some matmen who are playing this afternoon in the Class 4A state title football game, the Pirates still were able to open their season on the mat with a 42-36 win over the Van Buren (Ark.) Pointers on Thursday night at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.

Howe, Keota to square off in Lions lair for GVC title; trophy games set for today, tonight in Panama

December 14, 2013

BOKOSHE — There willl be some Lions to win the 2013 Green Valley Conference Tournament tonight at the Panama High School Gym. The only question will be the champions hail from Howe or Keota.
Both Lions teams won their championship semifinals Thursday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse. Howe beat Arkoma 71-48, while Keota defeated Cameron 71-56.
Howe (8-0) and Keota will meet at 8:30 tonight at Panama for the championship, while the Mustangs (3-1) and the Yellowjackets (5-2) will play for third place at 3:30 this afternoon in Panama.

Poteau hopes third time is the charm for gold ball; Pirates face No. 1 Anadarko in Class 4A state title game today; game to be televised live on FoxSports Oklahoma

December 14, 2013

Although it's been 63 years between the Poteau Pirates football team's second and third appearances in the state title game, the Pirates are indeed hoping third time will be the charm.
For the first time since coming in state runner-up in 1950, the Pirates (12-1) will once again play for a gold ball this afternoon as they will meet the top-ranked Anadarko Warriors (13-0) for the Class 4A state title at 1 p.m. at Oklahoma State University's Boone Pickens Stadium. The game will be televised live on FoxSports Oklahoma.

Talihina falls to No. 1 Ringling 26-18 in state semifinals Friday night

December 14, 2013

DURANT — The Talihina Golden Tigers football team lost only once in 2013, but it came in the state semifinals to end their season.
Class A's top-ranked Ringling Blue Devils held off the Golden Tigers 26-18 in the state semifinals Friday night at Paul Laird Field on the campus of Southwestern Oklahoma State University.
The Golden Tigers end their season at 13-1.
Talihina scored with 8:18 left to play in the game to cut the deficit to 26-18, but the Golden Tigers never got the ball back.

Poteau girls, Spiro boys make finals at Wilburton Tournament

December 14, 2013

WILBURTON — There was LeFlore County representation in both title games of the Wilburton Tournament on Friday night.
Both the Poteau Lady Pirates and the Spiro Bulldogs won their championship semifinal contests rather easily to advance to Friday night's title games.
The Lady Pirates handled the host Lady Diggers 65-27, while the ’Dogs did likewise to the Stigler Panthers by the score of 87-41.

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