October 12th, 2014
OWASSO â€” The Poteau High School cross country runners participated in the Owasso Invitational on Thursday.
The Lady Pirates were 15th with 384 points. The Bartlesville Lady Bruins won the team title with 31 points.
The highest finisher for the Lady Pirates was Savannah Yim, who was 69th (25:44). Maddison Williamson was 72nd (25:48), Emma Sandstoe was 89th (27:04), Kenzi Brown was 113th (29:04) and Sheridan Hoyer was 115th (29:22).
PORUM â€” The Porum Panthers proved to be too much for the visiting Arkoma Mustangs as they beat the locals 58-8 in a District B-4 contest Friday night.
COUNCIL HILL â€” The Bokoshe Tigers will have to wait one more week to get win No. 1 on the season.
The Tigers fell 42-6 to the homestanding Midway Chargers in a District C-4 game Friday night.
STIGLER â€” Just like in their District 3A-8 opener two weeks ago against Eufaula, turnovers doomed the Heavener Wolves.
Three second-half turnovers led to three Stigler touchdowns as the Panthers clawed the Wolves 32-6 in a district game Friday night.
Two first half scores propelled the Pocola Indians over the Liberty Tigers 13-0 on a sloppy, rainy Friday night at John Carter Field.
Panama Razorbacks foiled the homestanding Foyil Panthers 40-2 in a non-district game Friday night in Foyil.
"We played well in the first quarter," Panama coach Brandon Ellis said.
The Razorbacks (4-2) scored four touchdowns in the first quarter, then â€œ... in the second quarter we kind of fell apart and they scored a safety on us," Ellis said.
The Spiro Bulldogs will have to wait another day to return to their winning ways on the gridiron.
The Bulldogs' home non-district game with Class 2A's 10th-ranked Stroud Tigers was canceled due to Friday night's storms in and around Spiro's McClain Stadium. The Tigers' coaches said if the game could not be started around 8:15 p.m. Friday, they did not want to start the game â€” since the Tigers (5-0) had about a 2.5-hour journey back home.
The Stilwell Indians were the misfortunate ones in the Poteau Pirates' path after the Pirates suffered a heart-breaking loss last week to the Tulsa Metro Christian Patriots.
The Pirates dominated the Indians to claim a 52-0 District 4A-4 victory on a rainy Friday night in Stilwell.