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Archive - Aug 2013

August 26th

Mud run proves big success

August 26, 2013

According to organizers of the Brave the Mud run held Saturday, about $10,000 was raised to benefit the Women's Crises Services of LeFlore County. Organizers said 422 people entered the race that led them through mud pits, hay bale climbs, rock walls and balance obstacles. Saturday's winners: Male category - first place Chris Pollard, Haworth, Okla; second place Marcus Tubbs, Wilburton; third place B.J. Johnson, Hartshorne. Female category - first place Bailey Bray, Broken Arrow; second place Barbara Johnson, Heavener; third place Vania Williams, Talihina.

911 board dissolution delayed

August 26, 2013

The proposed ending of the LeFlore County 911 board has been postponed for another week after commissioners followed the advice of the LeFlore County District Attorney's Office.
During the commissioner's Monday meeting, they discussed passing a resolution disbanding the current 911 board for the commission of a new public trust.

DEQ Recommends Caution on Lakes, Rivers and Streams

August 26, 2013

As the Labor Day holiday approaches, many Oklahomans may be planning a trip to one of the state’s lakes, rivers, or streams to enjoy swimming, boating, canoeing and other water activities. While the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) encourages Oklahomans to visit the state’s many natural water bodies, the agency reminds residents to be cautious.

August 25th

Scrimmage of Bulldogs for Spiro, Okmulgee

August 25, 2013

SPIRO — It was a battle of the Bulldogs on Thursday night at McClain stadium as Spiro took on Okmulgee in a preseason scrimmage.
Both teams ran 10 to 12 plays against each other, alternating possessions. Later, the teams played a shortened quarter, bringing in downs and distance and some uncontested kicking game duties.
Okmulgee took the first possession. Out of 10 plays, Spiro's defense held the visitors to just two gains of positive yardage, recording four incompletions and a sack by Frankie Solomon.

Talihina's offense sluggish, defense strong in road scrimmage at Valliant

August 25, 2013

VALLIANT — The Talihina Golden Tigers football team traveled a long way to Valliant to still find it has some more work to do to get ready for next month's season opener.
The Golden Tigers were sluggish to start, and played good defense until the offense got started.
Overall, the coaches were pleased with the effort, but the scrimmage showed some things that they need to work on next week as they prepare for the Golden Tigers' next scrimmage against Vian on Friday night at Doc Robinson Stadium.

Poteau cross country teams begin season Monday at Haworth meet

August 25, 2013

The Poteau High School cross country runners will begin their season at Monday's Haworth Invitational.
The Pirates return three state qualifiers from a season ago. Dylan Fox was 56th (18:36.5), Ashby Clark was 71st (19:04.53) and Bobby Graham was 94th (21:08.17) at last year's Class 4A State Meet, where they were 14th as a team.
The Lady Pirates return five of their state-meet runners from 2012, in which they were ninth.

Sports Briefs

August 25, 2013

Registration is open for the 2013 LeFlore County Express Fall Soccer League.
Registration can be done through the Internet at www.leflorecountysoccer.com.
Late registration cost per child is $40.
Payment method details are available at the website.
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There will be age 8-, 10- and 12-and-younger softball leagues at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex this fall.
The entry fee is $250 for 8- and 10-and-younger teams, while the entry fee is $300 for the 12-and-younger teams.

August 24th

Cameron, Wister in winner's-bracket semis at 2013 CASC Classic; Howe Lions no-hit by Smithville's Rose in consolation semifinals

August 24, 2013

The Cameron Yellowjackets and the Wister Wildcats found themselves in the winner's-bracket finals of the 18th annual Carl Albert State College Classic on Friday.
The ’Jackets blanked the Howe Lions 10-0 Thursday night at Cameron, while the ’Cats also posted a shutout — 8-0 over the Kiowa Cowboys on Thursday afternoon at CASC's Ival Goodman Field.

Whitesboro boys get first win of season, rally past Panola in own tournament; ’Dogs two wins away from winning own tournament

August 24, 2013

WHITESBORO — The Whitesboro Bulldogs got their first win of the season Thursday night to open their own tournament, but they had to do it the hard way.
Down two runs, a 10-run sixth inning propeled them to a 19-11 come-from-behind slugfested win over the Panola Bearcats in the Whitesboro Tournament.
The Bulldogs (1-3), coached by Bryan Cartwright, faced Boswell, coached by his brother, Alan, in the semifinals, with the winner playing the Buffalo Valley-Battiest winner for the tournament title at 4 this afternoon. The losers will play for third place at 2 this afternoon.

Leflore pitcher tosses one-hitter as Savages make it to semifinals

August 24, 2013

CALVIN — Leflore pitcher Chance Long threw a one-hitter as the Savages routed the Mill Creek Bullfrogs 10-0 Thursday night in the opening round of the Calvin Tournament.
The Savages faced the Stuart Hornets in Friday afternoon's championship semifinals with the winner playing for the title at 3 this afternoon. Friday afternoon's loser will play for third place at noon today.

 

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