Archive - Dec 20, 2013
One week ago this afternoon, fans were sending off the Poteau Pirates football team on its way to play for the Class 4A state title. Tonight, the Pirates will get to begin their basketball season with an 8 p.m. contest at Stilwell. The Lady Pirates (2-1) will play the Lady Indians at 6:30 tonight.
There's only five days left until Christmas and I haven't bought a cotton-picking present yet. I've got to get in gear. All guys wait until the last minute anyway ... that's how God wired us, but we always get it done.
The Poteau Men's Athletic Club [PMAC] didn't waste any time with its â€śOperation Christmas Bicycle Program.â€ť The organization got money donated and bought 20 bikes and put all of them together in just three days, and delivered them to the Poteau Upper Elementary for the LeFlore County Youth Services to give out this Christmas.
The Heavener Wolves and Lady Wolves garnered the top seeds in next month's LeFlore County Junior High Tournament at Wednesday night's seeding meeting at Western Sizzlin'.
On the boys side, Heavener is the top-seeded team, with Monroe second, Wister third, Talihina fourth and Howe fifth.
The next five seeds are Whitesboro sixth, Poteau/Pansy Kidd Middle School seventh, Pocola eighth, Spiro ninth and Arkoma 10th.
HARTFORD, Ark. â€” The Heavener Lady Wolves basketball team suffered its first loss of the season Wednesday night, losing 79-56 to Acorn, Ark., in the title game of the Gary Ford Invitational.
The Lady Wolves fell behind 27-14 after a period and could never get over the hump.
The Heavener teams will make up last weekend's road games at Idabel on Saturday afternoon. The girls' game will take place at 1 p.m., followed by the boys' contest at 2:30 p.m.
WILBURTON â€” A slow start doomed the Pocola Lady Indians in their 50-35 loss to the Wilburton Lady Diggers on Tuesday night.
The Lady Indians fell behind 14-3 after a period and could not overcome the deficit.