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November 17th

High School Girls Basketball Roundup

November 17, 2013

HARTFORD, Ark. — The goose egg left the win column for the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets on Thursday night as they got their first win of the season, beating Hartford, Ark., 45-34.
The Lady ’Jackets doubled Hartford 8-4 in the first quarter en route to a 23-15 halftime lead. Then, Cameron outscored Hartford 22-19 in the second half.

Poteau Youth Wrestling Club has 47 members place in own tournament last weekend

November 17, 2013

It was a banner Poteau Tournament for the Poteau Youth Wrestling Club on Nov. 9 at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse. The club had 47 members place.
The tournament itself had 17 teams represented in the tournament and nearly 200 wrestlers in the five different divisions of action.
Of the 47 members who placed for the local organization, 12 of them took home the gold in their respective weight classes. In Division I, Coy Fredrickson (40 pounds), Drew Moro (43 pounds), Hayden Moro (52 pounds) and Mason Stone (60 pounds) won their respective titles in their weight classes.

Arkoma Mustangs win first-ever playoff game; Mustangs head west to Shattuck next week

November 17, 2013

ARKOMA — Leading 54-24 at intermission, the Arkoma Mustangs scored two quick third-quarter touchdowns to invoke the 45-point mercy rule and record their first-ever playoff win with a 70-24 victory over the Timberlake Tigers on Friday night at Mustang Field in a Class C opening-round playoff game.
The Mustangs (7-3) will be in a quarterfinal game against Class C's fourth-ranked Shattuck Indians, who mercy ruled Grandfield 48-0 Friday night, at 7:30 p.m. next Friday in Shattuck — located about 20 miles west of Woodward in far western Oklahoma.

Talihina handles Stratford Bulldogs; Hominy Bucks next for Tigers

November 17, 2013

TALIHINA — The Talihina Golden Tigers began their march toward the Class A state title with a 47-7 rout of the Stratford Bulldogs in an opening-round playoff game Friday night at Doc Robinson Stadium.
The Golden Tigers (11-0) will entertain the Hominy Bucks, who upset Summit Christian 34-27 on Friday night, at 7:30 p.m. next Friday at “The Pit.”

Late Okemah score spells doom for Panama

November 17, 2013

OKEMAH — A fourth-quarter touchdown by the Okemah Panthers proved to be the difference as they defeated the Panama Razorbacks 26-21 Friday night in the opening round of the Class 2A playoffs.
The loss ends Panama's season at 7-4.

Spiro falls to Hilldale to see season come to an end

November 17, 2013

MUSKOGEE — After being on an eight-game winning streak from Week 2 until the regular-season finale, back-to-back losses brought an end to the football season for the Spiro Bulldogs on Friday night at Hornet Field.
The homestanding Hilldale Hornets stung the Bulldogs 32-7 in the opening round of the Class 3A playoffs to end Spiro's season at 8-3.

November 15th

Friday's LeFlore County High School Football Playoff Scores

November 16, 2013

Class 4A
Poteau 48, Cleveland 7; Next: vs. Clinton.
Class 3A
Hilldale 32, Spiro 7
Class 2A
Okemah 26, Panama 21
Class A
Talihina 47, Stratford 7; Next: vs. Hominy.
Class C
Arkoma 70, Timberlake 24; Next: at Shattuck.

Pirates knock stripes off Tigers to gain quarterfinals; Poteau will entertain Clinton next week

November 16, 2013

Both the Poteau Pirates and the Cleveland Tigers earned their playoff slots last week. The Pirates claimed the District 4A-4 title and were awarded the No. 1 seed, while the Tigers ended up with the fourth slot from District 4A-3.
The Pirates pounced all over the Tigers early and often as they jumped out to a 27-0 lead at intermission and then extended that lead to 48-7 for the final score.

Friday's LeFlore County High School Basketball Scores

November 16, 2013

Leflore 73, Pittsburg 55
Smithville 78, Wister 64
Pittsburg 69, Leflore 47
Smithville 50, Wister 38

Students inducted into Elementary National Honor Society

November 15, 2013

During the first induction of students from Poteau Upper Elementary into the Elementary National Honor Society, 78 students took the stage during ceremonial proceedings.
PDN photo by Aimee Duncan

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