April 14th, 2014
The Pocola Quarterback Club held a garage sale and participated in the Dodge test drive event Saturday raising $4,600 to help the school's football players attend training camps.
PDN photo by Terri Fountain
Red Oak 9, Wister 0, 6 inn.
Panama 10, Leflore 9
Wister JV 7, Howe 4
Wister 13, Panama 1
Red Oak 7, Leflore 0
Howe 9, Whitesboro 8
Wister JV 7, Talihina 6
SALLISAW â€” The Pocola Indians and the Spiro Bulldogs each won their opening-round game in the 2014 Tiger Shootout on Thursday.
The Indians beat the Muldrow Bulldogs 8-3, while the â€™Dogs routed the Roland Rangers 15-0.
Pocola met Vian on Friday afternoon right before Spiro faced Westville in the championship semifinals. The winners will meet at 5 today for the title, while the losers will play at 2:30 this afternoon for third place.
McCURTAIN â€” The Arkoma Mustangs suffered a 10-2 road loss to the McCurtain Bulldogs on Thursday afternoon in a game called in the sixth inning due to the run rule.
Thanks to an RBI triple by Josh Marion in the first inning, the Mustangs took a 2-0 lead.
The Bulldogs tied the game in their half of the inning, then slowly pulled away. A sixth-inning run put the game into run-rule status.
The Poteau Pirates baseball team won its opening-round game in the Coal Mining Classic on Thursday night in Wilburton, doubling the Stigler Panthers 8-4.
The Pirates played in the championship semifinals Friday night in Wilburton, with a win putting them into this afternoon's title game at 3:30 p.m. in Hartshorne. A loss Friday night put them into the third-place game at 1:15 this afternoon.
TONKAWA â€” The Carl Albert State College baseball team split its road doubleheader Thursday afternoon against the Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Mavericks. The Vikings held on to win the nightcap 9-8 after losing the opener 4-3 in eight innings.
The same two teams will go at it in a doubleheader beginning at 1:30 this afternoon at Ival Goodman Field.
MIAMI, Okla. â€” The Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings softball team suffered a pair of losses Thursday afternoon against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, which took both games by run-rule victories. After taking the opener 14-5 in five innings, the Lady Norse took the nightcap 10-1 in six innings.
The Lady Vikings will hit the road today to face their archrivals, the Eastern Oklahoma State College Lady Mountaineers, in a 2 p.m. doubleheader in Wilburton.
Thursday night was filled with good and not-so-good news for the Heavener Lady Wolves softball team as the 2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament ended at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex.
The not-so-good news was the Lady Wolves suffered their first loss of the 2014 slow-pitch season when the Pocola Lady Indians run ruled them 12-4 in five innings after losing to Heavener 10-2 in a run-ruled contest in the winner's-bracket final.