October 19th, 2012
HUGO â€” All that matters is who is leading when the final horn goes off. Just ask the Panama Razorbacks.
The Hogs scored with 21 seconds to go in the game to rally to down the Hugo Buffaloes 21-20 Thursday night in District 2A-6 action.
POCOLA â€” The Pocola Indians football team was on the end of a 40-0 shutout last Friday night against the Hartshorne Miners. They made amends for that Thursday night at John Carter Field.
The Indians had little problems in handling the Antlers Bearcats, winning 43-6 in District 2A-6 action.
Poteau 41, Muldrow 21
Panama 21, Hugo 20
Pocola 43, Antlers 6
Spiro 42, Valliant 14
Talihina 56, Haileyville 0
Thackerville 64, Arkoma 18
Stigler 54, Heavener 7
As you read on the previous page, you found out who won and lost on Week 8 Thursday night.
Those wins, or losses, helped shape the high school football playoff picture as we head into the final two weeks of the regular season.
Some teams, like Spiro (District 3A-8), Pocola (District 2A-6) and Talihina (District A-6), were in positions to control their own destinies by winning out as action began Thursday night.
The Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings basketball players and coaches had a basketball clinic for Poteau's 15 Special Olympic athletes Tuesday at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
OKLAHOMA CITY â€” The Oklahoma City Thunder picked up their first preseason win Tuesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena, beating the Charlotte Bobcats 120-98.
The Thunder were led by some new faces to the squad. Andy Rautins scored 20 points on 7-of-10 shooting, and Perry Jones added 17 points on 8-of-10 shoting from the field.
Kevin Durant and Eric Maynor added seven assists each, and Serge Ibaka Pulled down 10 rebounds as the Thunder easily handled the Bobcats.
My beautiful, gun-metal silver Chevrolet Z-71 truck was violated last Friday night. It had toilet paper all over, and under, it.
During my ongoing investigation with Randall Latham, â€śThe Foothills Neighborhood Watchâ€ť president, surveillance video of the â€ścriminalsâ€ť has been discovered â€” Kenzie Newman.
Get this. Kenzie's grandmother, Linda Newman, was driving the getaway vehicle. What's the town of Poteau coming to when grandmothers are committing violent acts to people's trucks?
Go Bandit League teams, beat Greenwood (Ark.) White
Go Pokes, beat Iowa State.
Save the world â€” recycle.
Maxine McCoy, 64, of Poteau died Wednesday, Oct. 17, 2012, in Tulsa. Maxine was born Oct. 7, 1948, in Page to Isaac and Cordia (Graham) Jones. She was head cook at Poteau Upper Elementary for 34 years. Maxine was dearly loved and was a great member of the community.Â She loved to sit on her porch with her grandchildren. Maxine was preceded in death by her husband, Melvin McCoy; her parents; grandson, Jacob â€śJakeâ€ť Freeman; brothers, Leo and Billy Jones; brother-in-law, Hank Holt.
The Poteau Pirates football team will try to end its two-game losing skid tonight as the Pirates entertain the Muldrow Bulldogs, coached by former Poteau assistant coach Rob Johnson, at 7:30 p.m. at Costner Stadium.
The game is a must-win contest for the Pirates (4-3 overall, 1-3 in District 4A-4 play). Poteau must win out to have a chance for postseason play.