Archive - Jan 14, 2014
WISTER â€” The Wister Wildcats celebrated homecoming with a 72-39 victory over the Bokoshe Tigers on Friday night.
The Wildcats had a 17-10 lead after a period and never lost their advantage.
Cameron 81, Panama 69: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets, who led 18-14 after a period, put the game away with a 22-8 second quarter to take a 40-22 halftime lead.
Howe 70, Keota 53: In Howe, in a battle of Lions, the LeFlore County ones celebrated homecoming with a win.
Howe, which led 19-18 after a quarter, put the game away with a 20-5 second period to take a 39-23 lead at halftime.
WEBBERS FALLS â€” The Leflore Savages captured the Arkansas River Shootout on Saturday night with a 45-38 victory over the Okay Mustangs. The Savages reached the title game with a 52-42 win over the Warner Eagles on Friday.
Lady Luck wasn't quite with the Lady Savages, who opened the tournament with a 30-20 win over Midway on Thursday. Leflore lost in Friday's championship semifinals 32-19 to the Oaks Lady Warriors, then lost Saturday's third-place game 66-47 to the Porum Lady Panthers.
The Whitesboro Bulldogs split their two games in the 2014 Rock Island Conference Shootout. The â€˜Dogs downed the Buffalo Valley Buffaloes 54-40 Friday night in Whitesboro, but lost the title game 49-37 to the Red Oak Eagles on Saturday night at Eastern Oklahoma State College's Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse in Wilburton.
The Lady Bulldogs also split their two games in the weekend event. After losing 58-44 to the Kinta Lady Eagles in the championship semifinals Friday night on their home court, the Lady Bulldogs beat Clayton 56-36 to win third place at EOSC.
The Monroe Eagles and the Heavener Lady Wolves captured titles in the 2014 LeFlore County Junoir High Tournament on Saturday night at Carl Albert State College's Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
The Eagles, who earlier this season lost by six points to Heavener, beat the top-seeded Wolves 38-30 in Saturday night's championship.
The Lady Wolves, who were the tournament's top seed, fell behind 7-1 midway through the opening period of Saturday night's title game against Pansy Kidd Middle School, but ended up beating the Lady Raiders going away by a score of 37-19.