Archive - Jan 23, 2014
TALIHINA â€” In the four games in the championship quarterfinals in the 82nd LeFlore County Tournament on Tuesday on Chris Gillespie Court at Ray Henson Gymnasium, all four higher seeded teams posted wins.
The top-seeded Poteau Lady Pirates handled tournament-host Talihina 58-30, while the third-seeded Pirates got past Whitesboro 37-25.
The second-seeded Spiro Lady Bulldogs were too much for the Bokoshe Lady Tigers in an 81-29 victory, while the host Golden Tigers beat Pocola 50-35.
WISTER â€” Summer won't be here until June, but it came in the form of senior guard Summer Stockton on Tuesday night for the Panama Lady Razorbacks in the 82nd LeFlore County Tournament at the Wister Gym.
Down 13 points in the final period, Stockton hit a long-range 3-point basket with 18 seconds left to tie the game at 62 to force overtime with the Arkoma Lady Mustangs, then used a 10-3 extra period to complete the comeback win 72-65 in Tuesday night's championship quarterfinal.
The Howe High School basketball teams punched their tickets to the 82nd LeFlore County Tournament's championship semifinals Tuesday night at Carl Albert State College's Mick Thompson Fieldhouse with wins over Heavener.
The Lady Lions opened Tuesday night's doubleheader with a 53-45 win over the Lady Wolves, then the Lions kept their unbeaten record intact with a 64-52 victory over the Wolves.
Ever since she was a junior, Poteau senior softball pitcher RaeLynn Caldwell was fairly sure she would be a Carl Albert State College Lady Viking. It became reality Wednesday afternoon when she signed with the local two-year junior college in a ceremony inside the high school.
â€śI was hoping this day would happen, but I figured it was going to,â€ť Caldwell said after she put her John Hancock on the softball letter of intent.