Archive - Dec 4, 2013
Both the Poteau Pirates and the Talihina Golden Tigers will have to wait a while longer before hitting the gridiron â€” at least in a game situation.
The Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association announced Wednesday afternoon that all high school football playoff games scheduled for the end of this week are going to be canceled and rescheduled for the following week due to the incoming wintry weather â€” expected to hit Thursday night.
Editor's note â€” Due to the Poteau High School football team making it to the Class 4A state title game, and having some of its players going to play on the high school basketball team, the Pirates will wait to begin their basketball season in next week's Wilburton Tournament at this point. Their season-preview story is scheduled to appear next week.
The Poteau Lady Pirates basketball team is coming off an 18-9 season last year, including winning the 2013 LeFlore County Tournament and winning their third straight district title.
Several Poteau Youth Wrestling Club members placed in a pair of weekend tournaments.
At the Bixby Open, Seth Ford won his weight class title, Luke Brooks was runner-up, Natham Ulmer third and Dakota James were fourth in the afternoon session. Ulmer and Jarrett Lilley were third in Division V action in the morning session. Remington Reed participated but did not place.
Zack Broom was runner-up at 80 pounds in Division III in the Jenks Tournament, while sister, Ashley, participated at 58 pounds in Division III but did not place.