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Carl Albert’s 2013 softball season starts at home Thursday afternoon

February 6, 2013

The 2013 softball season for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings will begin at 1 p.m. Thursday at home in a doubleheader against Paris, Texas.

More LeFlore County softball players sign with CASC team; Poteau, Wister players, Spiro duo ink with Lady Vikings

February 6, 2013

In late January, David Holt, Carl Albert State College softball coach, signed Poteau’s Brenna Vise to play for his Lady Vikings. Add four more local players to that fold.
Holt signed Vise’s teammate, Kaylee Kingrey, and Wister’s Bryanna Warren on Tuesday morning. On the same day Vise signed, Holt signed Spiro’s Kaylee Cox and Braylin Gray.
“It shows how well LeFlore County softball is going,” he said. “I think we got some quality players and quality kids. We thought we were going to get two more girls, but we didn’t get them. So, there was even more than what we were expecting to get.”

Newest Lady Viking Softballer

February 6, 2013

Twice as Nice

February 6, 2013

CASC baseball team opens 2013 season this afternoon

February 6, 2013

The 2013 baseball season will begin at 12:30 this afternoon for the Carl Albert State College Vikings with a doubleheader against the University of the Ozarks in Clarksville, Ark.
“We like our team,” said Mark Pollard, who is entering his 31st year as coach of the Vikings and who got his 900th coaching victory last season. “This club won’t be intimidated because we have enough veterans, and better talent level, to compete. We’re excited. This club has a chance. The potential is there. We won 37 games last year. This club has a chance for more wins, and pitch better, than that club did.”

Leflore boys handle Quinton

February 6, 2013

QUINTON — The Leflore Savages basketball team will enter the Class B playoffs on a two-game winning streak.
Leflore defeated Quinton 49-33 Monday night in a battle of Savages to end the regular season.

Red Oak basketball teams take pair from Howe

February 6, 2013

RED OAK — It was a rough night for Howe High School basketball teams Monday night at C.C. Gillespie Fieldhouse as they both suffered losses to host Red Oak.
The Eagles soared over the Lions 58-35, while the Lady Eagles used a strong second half to fly past the Lady Lions 57-38.

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