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May 3rd, 2012

Lady Pirate 3,200-meter relay team hopes to win state this weekend

May 3, 2012

For four Poteau Lady Pirate tracksters — junior Colleen Peterson, freshmen Jazmine Warren and Sheridan Hoyer and sophomore Deven Bond — they have a chance to end their track seasons in fine fashion this weekend.
Peterson, Warren, Hoyer and Bond are the four legs of the 3,200-meter relay team, which has won every meet but one — coming in second to Vinita's 3,200 relay at the Hilldale Invitational April 13 in Muskogee.

Heavener long jumper hopes third time's the charm at state

May 3, 2012

HEAVENER — For the third straight season, Heavener Wolf long jumper Shaun Bradley finds himself at the biggest meet of the year — the Class 3A State Meet, which will be Friday and Saturday at Ardmore's Noble Stadium.
He hopes the old adage about the third time holds true to form.
“Maybe third time will be the charm,” Bradley said. “My sophomore year, I made it to the state finals. Hopefully, this year, I can come back with the gold.”

Spiro seniors, including twin siblings, looking forward for final state meet

May 3, 2012

SPIRO — For five Spiro High School track athletes, this will be not only their final Class 3A State Meet, but their final time to be a Bulldog and Lady Bulldog. All are looking for, and hoping for, one last shot to win state.

More turkeys and baseball ahead for me this week

May 3, 2012

Turkey season is in full swing, and I have got to go hunting two halfdays with no luck whatsoever. Dan Carter, Koby and I have heard a couple of birds, but have not succeeding in calling them in. Dallas Ward joined us on a hunt last weekend, and I hope the next hunt he goes on with me will result in at least getting set up on a gobbler.
Dan and I are going back after those turkeys this weekend, along with my cousin Jason Sampson and Butch Parks — an old high school buddy of mine. Hopefully, we will get a chance to give one of those cagey ol' toms a ride home in the truck.
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Choctaw Country Club team wins Kiwanis Club Tournament

May 3, 2012

The Choctaw Country Club team of Carl Albert State College Women's Basketball Coach Jeff Tadtman, Kenny Pickle, Jerry Holton and Russell Vanhook won Saturday's 2012 Kiwanis Club Golf Tournament at Choctaw Country Club. The team shot a 61.
The Allstate Insurance team of Craig Hall, Ralph Perdue Jr., Willie Potts and Gary Brown was second at 63, followed by The Jeff Smith District Attorney team of Paul Mode, Jeff Smith, Jason Newby, Bokoshe Girls Coach Daniel Caldwell and Mason Brooks (65) in third place.

May 2nd

Lady Pirates on way to sweep of state golf titles; Poteau girls, sophomore golfer lead after opening round

May 2, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY — The Poteau Lady Pirates golf team is halfway to a sweep of the Class 4A State Tournament championships.
The Lady Pirates have the first-round lead at state after shooting a team score of 356 this afternoon at Lake Hefner South Golf Course.
Poteau is 12 team shots over the team which beat it at last week's regional, Hilldale (368). Anadarko is a distant third at 372.
Individually, sophomore Hannah Ward is leading the way with a 76, which is five shots better than any other golfer.

Randy Mangram

May 2, 2012

Randy Mangram, 52, of Talihina died Sunday, April 28, 2012, in Talihina.
Services will be at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 2, at the Talihina Nazarene Church with Brent Smith officiating. Burial will be in New Talihina Cemetery under the direction of Talihina Funeral Home.

Bruce Curnutt announces cadidacy

May 2, 2012

First I would like to thank the citizens of LeFlore County for the opportunity of serving as your Sheriff for the last four years. It has been both an honor, and a privilege that you placed your confidence in me to allow me to serve you. I am formally announcing my candidacy to serve as your Sheriff for another term. My wife Francine Curnutt, who is a career educator of 26 years at the Wister Public School system, along with my two daughters Callie and Andrianna, and myself live in the Wister community.

May 1st

Heavener girls fall to Blanchard in Class 5A state quarterfinals

May 1, 2012

OKLAHOMA CITY — With a powerful wind gusting out to left field, it was no surprise that there were a number of home runs hit in the opening game of the Class 5A State Softball Tournament at ASA Hall of Fame Stadium Tuesday afternoon. The Blanchard Lady Lions hit six out of the park as they run-ruled the Heavener Lady Wolves 26-13.
The first three batters of the game (Liz Broyles, Leslie Miller and Ashley Trent) homered for the Lady Lions, and they went on to score 11 runs in the first inning.

Lady Pirate golf senior preparing for final state tournament, athletic event

May 1, 2012

Eventually, chapters in one's life will end. Poteau Lady Pirate senior golfer Addie Guthrie is in her final pages of such a chapter.
Guthrie will conclude her Poteau High School athletic career today and Thursday at the Class 4A State Tournament.
“It's sad,” Guthrie said Tuesday morning before the Lady Pirates left to play a practice round that afternoon to get ready for the 36-hole, two-day state tournament. “When it's over, it's going to be over. I'm looking forward to it. I'm ready, but I'm also sad. It's going to be bittersweet. Hopefully, we can go out with a bang — and get a ring.”

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