Archive - Apr 1, 2013
Panama 9, Whitesboro 5; Poteau 11, Panama 0
Howe 3, Leflore 2; Wister 12, Howe 4; Cameron 8, Heavener 6.
Pocola 15, Arkoma 1; Spiro 9, Pocola 2
Whitesboro vs. Pocola, noon; Whitesboro-Pocola winner vs. Howe, 2 p.m.; Wister vs. Spiro, 4 p.m.; Poteau vs. Cameron, 6 p.m.; Howe â€” Whitesboro-Pocola winner vs. Poteau-Cameron loser, 8 p.m.
Arkoma vs. Panama, 2 p.m.; Leflore vs. Heavener, 4 p.m.; Arkoma-Panama winner vs. Leflore-Heavener winner, 6 p.m.; 6 p.m. winner vs. Wister-Spiro loser, 8 p.m.
Despite rainy conditions Friday afternoon and early evening, Poteau's three-game festival got to take place at Town Creek Park. Unfortunately, the day and evening were not good for the home team.
The Wister Wildcats got a run in the seventh inning to rally for a 5-4 win over the Pirates, who lost the first game of the day to the Jay Bulldogs by the score of 9-4.
The middle game also went to the Wildcats as Wister pitcher and Seminole State College signee Tyler Gibson struck out 14 Jay batters as the â€™Cats beat the â€™Dogs 8-2.
The good news was the Carl Albert State College Vikings baseball team beat Friday's rain to get its home doubleheader played against Rose State College at Ival Goodman Field. Unfortunately, the weather was the only thing the Vikings were able to beat as the Raiders swept Friday afternoon's twinbill by scores of 6-3 and 9-0.
Carl Albert's single, nine-inning game against Connors State College at Ival Goodman Field was rained out, and it has been rescheduled for 3 p.m. April 22. Also, CASC has rescheduled the road doubleheader against Arkansas Baptist for 3 p.m. next Tuesday in Little Rock.
STILLWATER â€” Now that tornado season has arrived, Oklahomans need to know what to do at all times in the event of a weather emergency. Many people may not realize the safety precautions they need to take if they are at work, shopping at the local mall, participating in outdoor activities, attending a sporting event, camping or other event away from their home.
A Panama man is dead, and his son is behind bars in connection with the slaying.
Arlen Buck Lockaby, 87, of Panama was found dead at his home on Williams Road on Friday evening after a family member went to check on him, according to LeFlore County Sheriff Rob Seale.
Seale said Lockaby's son, Tim Lockaby, 51, was at the home when deputies arrived.