August 24th, 2012
SPIRO â€” The Spiro Bulldogs will get their final football tune-up before next week's season opener as they will scrimmage the Stilwell Indians at 6 p.m. tonight in Stilwell.
The scrimmage was originally slated to take place at McClain Stadium, but due to a new coach at Stilwell and other things the scrimmage was moved to Stilwell.
Chris Bunch, Spiro's coach, said the â€™Dogs will do a little more than what they did in last week's first scrimmage of the preseason at Tulsa Webster along with Okmulgee.
For the last two years, the Talihina Golden Tigers and the Vian Wolverines were District 2A-6 rivals. Now, the Golden Tigers are back down in Class A, and won't have to worry about the Wolverines â€” at least in the regular season.
However, the two teams will scrimmage each other at 6 p.m. tonight in Vian in what will likely be the stiffest test the Tigers will see all regular season long.
The Hawghunters Bass Club will have an open tournament beginning at safe light and ending at 3 p.m. Saturday at Ward's Landing on Wister Lake. The entry fee is $80 per boat.
For additional information, call Joe Moon at (479) 651-0410.
All the reports I've been getting from all the local anglers at Wister is that fishing is really good, and big fish are being caught â€” which should bode well for Saturday's tournament participants.
A Poteau woman has been charged with embezzlement after a local store reported more than $1,000 missing.
Jewell Pauline Bowles, 31, of Poteau, is accused of taking a stolen credit card valued at $400 along with $1040 cash over a two week period from her employer, EZ Mart in Poteau.
Investigators said Bowles admitted to taking the alleged amounts but it is $200 less than the store reported missing.
A special meeting of the LeFlore County Emergency Medical Services board has been scheduled for Monday Aug. 26 at 4 p.m. The meeting will be held in the conference room located at 1215 S. Broadway in Poteau.
The meeting has been scheduled to discuss and possibly vote on awarding previously received radio bids.
The Oklahoma Bureau of Narcotics Is in Poteau holding an OBN education day at the Donald W. Reynolds Center today. More than 70 people from local law enforcement, city and county leaders as well as media are in attendance learning about the importance of the agency and the mission they have with regard to the eradication of illegal narcotics in the state of Oklahoma.
It's hard to think that there's a finality in preseason games, but that's the case for the Poteau Pirates football team.
Poteau's new coach, Greg Werner, said that tonight's 6 p.m. scrimmage at Costner Stadium against Mena, Ark., is an important one for many reasons.
â€śThis is it,â€ť Werner said. â€śWe've got to get all these things taken care of now. We're behind, so maybe we can get some things learned and get some things figured out.â€ť
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RED OAK â€” The Poteau Lady Pirates split their games in Tuesday's three-way, beating Rattan 10-3 but losing 2-0 to Red Oak.
Panama 10, Cameron 0; Panama 4, Wilburton 2; Wilburton 13; Cameron 1: In Panama, the combination of Taylor Eaves and Hannah Goines threw a one-hit shutout against the Lady Yellowjackets.
Eaves no-hit the Lady â€™Jackets for three innings, then Goines threw a scoreless fourth inning. Cameron's only hit was a fourth-inning single by Amber Bailey.
CAMERON â€” The duo of Cody McAlpin and Dillon Jackson combined to throw a no-hitter Tuesday afternoon as the Cameron Yellowjackets handled the Okay Mustangs by a score of 11-3.
McAlpin pitched the first three innings, allowing no hits and striking out six batters. Jackson pitched the final two innings, fanning four batters and allowing no hits.
Leflore 9, Kiowa 5: In Leflore, the Savages avenged last weekend's loss to the Cowboys in the Buffalo Valley Tournament with a come-from-behind victory.