Archive - Apr 21, 2013
The Poteau Pirates age 14-and-younger baseball team won the Greenwood (Ark.) Slugfest last weekend. Front row, from left â Dawson Perry, Derek Carroll, Rece Ward, Grant Buckles and Kale Barcheers. Back row â Alex Damato, Cade Smith, Ben Klutts, Tristan Thompson, Corry Duncan, Grant Shipman and coach Ron Ward. Not pictured â Coach Steve Smith.
Photo by Suzanne Klutts
âA Bike for Daylonâ will happen May 18. Daylon is a 13-year-old with cerebral palsy who wants a bike to ride with his family.
Funds are being raised to help his parents purchase an adaptive bike for him.
For more information, call Rachel Pickerel at (918) 649-4028.
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The second annual Brittney Cox Memorial Golf Tournament 2-Man Scramble will take place at 8 a.m. and approximately 1 p.m. Saturday at Choctaw Country Club.
The entry fee is $135 per team, but for teams that have golf carts their fee will be $120.
The Poteau Spirit Center named its March Stars of the Month.
Kasidy Jacobs attends the PSC cheer class and was chosen as a Star of the Month for achievingÂ her back walkover and for all of her inspiration with the team.
Kristie Morrison attends PSC tumbling class she has recently joined the class and has been chosen the star of the month for achieving her back handspring as well as her hard work and dedication.
Isabella Law is in the PSC gymnastics class, works very hard during class and is showing great improvement.
PANAMA â The Class 4A District Tournament got off to a great start for the host Panama Lady Razorbacks, but ended rather abruptly for them on a cold, windy Thursday evening.
After the Lady âBacks routed Sallisaw Central 15-2, they lost back-to-back games to Tushka by scores of 10-1 and 17-3 in a five-inning, mercy-rule contest to see their season end at 13-15.
Editorâs note: Since Panama was going to be the third team in Poteauâs three-game festival with Red Oak on Monday, Mondayâs action will now just be Red Oak against Poteau at 5 p.m. for Senior Night.
GORE â The 2013 baseball season ended for the Arkoma Mustangs on Friday at the Class A District Tournament.
After the Mustangs suffered an 8-2 loss to the Gans Grizzlies, they fell 31-4 to the host Gore Pirates to end the season at 0-16.
Carl Albert State College Viking Adrion Webber, a 6-5 sophomore shooting guard from Muskogee, has signed a NCAA Division I basketball letter of intent with Oral Roberts University in Tulsa. The Golden Eagles are aÂ member of the Southland Conference.