Archive - Feb 23, 2013
CROWDER â€” The Howe Lions will play at least one more afternoon. They hope they will take home some hardware this afternoon, and punch a ticket to Wilburton.
The Lions routed the Vanoss Wolves 62-37 Friday afternoon in the consolation semifinals of the Class 2A Regional Tournament.
The Lions (21-8) will meet the winner of Friday nightâ€™s Silo-Rattan winner at 3 this afternoon for the consolation championship, and a trip to next weekâ€™s Class 2A Area Tournament at the Wilburton High School gym.
KINGSTON â€” The Bokoshe Lady Tigers basketball team saw its season come to an end Friday afternoon in the Class B Area Tournament.
The Lady Tigers lost 48-30 to the Midway Lady Chargers in the area consolation finals to end their season at 19-8.
The Lady Tigers won their first game of the area tournament as they downed the Kinta Lady Eagles 35-25.
Editor's note â€” Look for a story on the Whitesboro boys from Thursday night's game against Bennington in Tuesday's edition.
After a great rally one week ago tonight to win the Class 2A District Tournament title game over Sallisaw-Central on their home court, the Pocola Indians saw their season end with back-to-back losses in the regional tournament.
The Indiansâ€™ season came to an end with a 56-45 loss to the Stratford Bulldogs on Friday afternoon on Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium in Talihina.
The Indiansâ€™ first playoff loss took place Thursday night at the Panama High School gym, losing 68-57 to the Oktaha Tigers. The Indians end the season at 16-10.
SHAWNEE â€” Two LeFlore County junior high teams, the Hodgen Lady Bulldogs and the Monroe Eagles, made it to Friday night's semifinals of the 2013 Organization of Rural Elementary Schools State Tournament.
The Lady Bulldogs defeated Moffett 31-29 Thursday at St. Gregory's University to advance to Friday night's Division II semifinals against El Reno Darlington with the winner playing for the state title at 12:40 p.m. at St. Gregory's University.
TALIHINA â€” It was a happy Thursday night of hoops for the Talihina High School teams on their own floor â€” Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium.
The Golden Tigers outlasted the Wewoka Tigers 53-51 in overtime in Thursday night's Class 2A Regional Tournament semifinals, while the Lady Golden Tigers defeated the Savanna Lady Bulldogs 52-40.
The Carl Albert State College basketball teams will have two games over the next three days. The Vikings (3-21 overall, 1-14 in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play) and the Lady Vikings (9-15, 5-10) will make up Wednesday's snowed-out road games at Seminole State College this afternoon. The women's game at 2 p.m. and the men's contest at 8 p.m.