Archive - Dec 29, 2013
The Poteau High School basketball program is having an alumni basketball game Monday at the Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse. The match-ups will have odd years vs. even years.
The girls game will start at 6:30 p.m. with boys game to follow.
The fee for alumni to play in the game is $3. To be considered alumni you must have played at least a year of Poteau High School basketball.
Admission is $3 for adults and kids are free. For those interested, pre-registration is greatly appreciated.
For additional information, call Kim Hoffman-Wilson at (918) 385-1111.
Former Carl Albert State College Lady Viking Basketball players Ashala Watson and D. Brown and former Viking LaShawn Gallion are among the top players in some statistical categories at their four-year colleges
Watson is a 5-3 junior point/shooting guard from Magnolia, Ark., and is playing for Lyon College, which is an NAIA Division I school in Batesville, Ark.
Brown is a 5-4 Â junior shooting guard from Oklahoma City, and is playing for Campbell University, which is an NCAA Division I school in Buies Creek, N.C.
The Arkoma Mustangs made football history this season, winning its first-ever playoff game and making it to the Class C state quarterfinals. They also came in District C-4 runners-up, so several Mustangs were honored by the district.
Arkoma wide receiver Tanner Sweeten was named the District C-4 Offensive Player of the Year.
Ethann Gates was the Quarterback of the Year, Tyler Dailey was the Offensive Lineman of the Year, Tyree Nolden was the Linebacker of the Year and Dakotah Roam was the Utility Player of the Year.