January 13th, 2015
KEOTA â€” The Howe High School basketball teams swept a pair of games from the homestanding Keota squads in a battle of Lions on Friday night.
The Howe girls remained undefeated with a 79-41 win over Keota, while Howeâ€™s boys edged Keota 65-54.
In the girlsâ€™ contest, Howeâ€™s Lady Lions, who led 14-8 after a period, outscored Keota 21-13 in the second quarter to take a 35-21 lead at halftime. Then, Howe outscored Keota 44-20 in the second half.
In the boysâ€™ game, Howe led 16-12 after a period, but local Lions outscored Haskell Countyâ€™s Lions 19-7 second quarter to take a 35-19 lead at halftime.
WEBBERS FALLS â€” The Cameron Yellowjackets basketball team won the Arkansas River Shootout on Saturday night, beating the Oaks Warriors 65-47 after beating the Leflore Savages 47-40 in Friday's championship semifinals.
The Lady Savages also played in the finals Saturday night, but lost 40-39 to the Porum Lady Panthers. Leflore reached the finals with a 50-48 victory over Oaks on Friday.
The Savages lost their third-place game Saturday, falling 68-50 to the Okay Mustangs.
The Lady Yellowjackets fell 46-31 in the consolation semifinals on Friday to be eliminated from the tournament.
MUSKOGEE â€” The Spiro Lady Bulldogs lost the Muskogee Bedouin Shrine Classic small school title game 45-26 to the Red Oak Lady Eagles on Saturday after beating Haskell 59-50 in the semifinals on Friday.
The Bulldogs claimed third place Saturday, beating Hulbert 66-60 after losing 65-48 to Red Oak in Fridayâ€™s championship semifinals.
The Eagles won the boys small school title, beating Haskell 58-46 in Saturdayâ€™s title game.
KINGSTON â€” The Talihina Golden Tigers basketball team went 1-2 in last weekend's Kingston New Year's Classic 2015. They opened with a 59-48 win over Silo in Thursday's opening-round game, but lost in the semifinals 60-52 to Atoka. In Saturday's third-place game, the Golden Tigers suffered a 48-44 lost to the host Kingston Redskins.
The Lady Golden Tigers were hoping for a two-game winning streak, but it wasn't meant to be as they lost 32-30 to the Silo Lady Rebels in the consolation finals on Saturday.
The following people were booked into the LeFlore County Detention Center overnight. The information was gathered from the jail's daily roster and only shows booking information. Only those with a case number listed have been charged. Stay tuned each morning to see who was arrested overnight.
CF â€”Â criminal felony
CMâ€” criminal misdemeanor
FD â€”Â family docket such as child support
For more information about an arrestee, you can search by name or case number on www.ODCR.com or www.OSCN.net.
Robert Dotson, county warrants; $6,948.20 cash
The Pocola Indians and the Howe Lady Lions were crowned champions of the 2015 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament on Saturday night at Carl Albert State Collegeâ€™s Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
The Indians rallied in the fourth quarter to down their archrivals, the Panama Razorbacks, 39-35 in Saturday nightâ€™s finals.
The Lady Lions had too much firepower from Jalei Oglesby, whose 40 points helped Howe handle Spiro 57-31.
One LeFlore County Tournament down, one more to go â€” that being the high school version, which will begin Monday.
The 2015 LeFlore County Tournament Guide will be in Saturdayâ€™s edition. Thus, for those high schools that have not gotten us everything I need for this special section, I must have team photographs and numeric rosters by Wednesday. The photographs and the rosters may be e-mailed to email@example.com. The rosters also may be faxed to (918) 647-8198.
The Poteau High School basketball teams split its Friday night home games with local rival Heavener at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
The Pirates were on fire from 3-point range, hitting 13 of them and eight of those in the second half, as they pulled away in the second half to win going away 64-45 over the Wolves.
In the girls' game, a late fourth-quarter rally by the Lady Wolves lifted them to a 40-36 win over the Lady Pirates.
Nan (Remy) Pope, 50, of Spiro died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015.
Services will be held at 10 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 15, at Mallory-Martin Funeral Home Chapel with burial in New Hope Cemetery.
James Edward Moore, 56, of Poteau died Sunday, Jan. 11, 2015, in Poteau.
Memorial services will be held at 2 p.m. Friday, Jan. 16, at New Beginnings Family Ministry in Poteau with the Rev. Don Martin officiating. Evans and Miller Funeral Home is handling arrangements.