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Howe teams spoil season openers for Cameron

November 7, 2013

CAMERON — The Cameron High School basketball teams began their seasons Tuesday night at home against Howe, and it was all cats.
The Lions handled the Yellowjackets 73-41, while the Lady Lions did likewise with a 73-35 victory over the Lady Yellowjackets.

Tuesday's High School Boys Basketball Roundup

November 7, 2013

WHITESBORO — The Whitesboro Bulldogs used a strong fourth quarter to enable them to open the season with a 57-40 win over the Smithville Braves on Tuesday night.
Only leading by four points at 35-31 entering the final period, the Bulldogs outscored the Braves by 13 points — 22-9 — in the fourth quarter to win going away.
Leflore 85, Panola 25: In Panola, the Savages had little problems with the hosts, jumping out to a 22-5 lead after a period.

Tuesday's High School Girls Basketball Roundup

November 6, 2013

WISTER — The Wister Lady Wildcats got their first win of the young basketball season Tuesday night with a 65-48 victory over the McCurtain Lady Bulldogs.
The Lady ’Cats (1-1) doubled the Lady Bulldogs 16-8 in the opening period en route to a 27-17 halftime lead.
Leflore 35, Panola 30: In Panola, the Lady Savages (2-0) made it 2-for-2 this season with the road victory.
Smithville 42, Whitesboro 36: In Whitesboro, the Lady Braves (1-1) broke a 25-all tie after three periods by outscoring the Lady Bulldogs 17-11 in the final quarter to spoil Whitesboro's season opener.

November 5th

Senior lineman enjoying season, making playoffs

November 6, 2013

There may be no happier camper among the Poteau Pirate football team than senior lineman Jace Akins, who is recovering from an injury suffered a couple of weeks ago.
For starters, the Pirates have eight wins, going for No. 9 Thursday night in a road game against Tulsa Rogers to end the regular season. Plus, the Pirates are going to be a playoff team, regardless of the outcome of Thursday night's game.

Panthers, Jolly Rogers win Poteau Bandit League Bowls

November 6, 2013

The Poteau Bandit Football League had its Bandit Bowls on Saturday. In the third-fourth grade championship, the Panthers had a complete reversal of fortune from last year, which was loaded with third-grade players who did not win a single game. This year the Panthers went 7-0 as they were top heavy with second-year players.
The Panthers held off the Cowboys 19-12 to win the third-fourth grade championship.

Poteau Bandit League sixth-grade, third-grade teams reach title games; season ends for fourth-graders in semifinal loss to VB Green

November 6, 2013

A song by Meatloaf is entitled, “Two Out of Three Ain't Bad.” That song title could describe the Poteau Bandit Traveling League's success in the semifinals of the postseason on Saturday.
The sixth-graders blanked Van Buren (Ark.) Green 40-0 at Costner Stadium, while the third-graders posted a 34-14 win over Van Buren Green just before the sixth-graders victory.
The only blemish on the day happened in Van Buren, where the fourth-graders suffered a season-ending 30-12 loss in the semifinals against Van Buren Green.

Nadine has to be proud

November 5, 2013

Friday night, the Leflore High School basketball teams swept their first games played on Nadine Carpenter Court, getting wins over Indianola.
The weekend before, the legendary coach was honored by having her the court christened Nadine Carpenter Court during the alumni basketball games. Then, the Lady Savages and Savages posted wins on the first-ever true high school basketball games played on the “new” court. Way to go, Lady Savages and Savages, and congratulations Nadine. I figure it had to be a neat night — maybe not the fanfare of the actual court christening, but close.

Leflore basketball teams post sweep of Indianola to open season Friday night; Monday night's home games vs. Panola moved there for tonight

November 5, 2013

LEFLORE — The 2013-14 basketball seasons got underway in fine fashion Friday night for the Leflore High School basketball teams.
Both the Lady Savages and Savages won for the first time on the newly-christened Nadine Carpenter Court as they both defeated Indianola. The Lady Savages held off the Lady Warriors 34-31, while the Savages routed the Warriors 89-44.

Cameron boys begin hoop season with new coach

November 5, 2013

The 2013-14 Cameron Yellowjackets basketball season will begin at 8 tonight at home against the Howe Lions after the Lady ’Jackets open the season against the Lady Lions at 6:30 p.m.
However, it won't be the only thing new tonight. It will also begin a new era for the ’Jackets as new coach Jeremy Williams will be on the sidelines tonight, replacing Dustin Hall, who is now coaching at Hodgen.

Offensive woes continue for Hogs in loss to Auburn

November 5, 2013

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — When looking at the final statistics from Saturday's Southeastern Conference game between the 11th-ranked Auburn Tigers and the Arkansas Razorbacks at Frank Broyles Field at Donald W. Reynolds Razorback Stadium, the Hogs had more first downs than the Tigers — 25 to 18 — and had about the same amount of total offensive yards — 346 yards to Auburn's 366.
However, it's not about how many yards or first downs you get, but what you do with the football when you possess it. Unfortunately for the Razorbacks, they had too many miscues, which led to a 35-17 victory by the Tigers.

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