October 1st, 2011
The Poteau seventh-eighth-ninth grade football teams went 2-1 on Thursday at Costner Stadium against the visiting Sallisaw Black Diamonds.
The Poteau freshmen handled the Black Diamonds 26-8, which came on the heels of the eighth-grade team's 28-0 shutout. The festivities opened with Sallisaw winning the seventh-grade game 6-0.
WISTER â For two LeFlore County baseball teams, one was a very ecstatic squad and the other was a very somber one.
The Wister Wildcats qualified for state for the fourth straight season, dating back to the 2010 spring season, as they defeated the Cameron Yellowjackets 13-4 in the consolation championship game of the Class A Regional Tournament Friday afternoon.
It capped off a two-game spurt of staving off elimination for the âCats (21-3), who were upset by the âJackets (21-9) in the very first day of the tournament Thursday afternoon by a score of 9-6.
KONAWA â The Panama Lady Razorbacks softball team will have one more week in its season.
The Lady âBacks won the Class 2A Regional Tournament Friday afternoon with a 2-0 victory over Calera.
The Lady Razorbacks made it to the regional title game with a 7-0 victory over Ringling, then a 10-1 win over tournament-host Konawa on Thursday.
The Lady Razorbacks (25-9) will find out on Monday who and when they will play their Class 2A State Tournament quarterfinal game at Oklahoma City's Hall of Fame Stadium (which will likely be on Thursday).
HENRYETTA â The Heavener Lady Wolves softball team saw its season come to an end Friday afternoon with a 12-11 loss to the Keys (Park Hill) Lady Cougars in the loser's-bracket final of the Class 3A Regional Tournament.
The Lady Wolves split their first two games on Thursday, beating Keys (Park Hill) 5-4 but losing 5-2 to host Henryetta.
The Lady Wolves end the season at 28-10.
ATOKA â The Wister Lady Wildcats softball team got to within one game of playing for the Class 2A Regional Tournament championship game, but the Lady âCats suffered a 15-8 loss to tournament host Tushka on Friday to see their season come to an end.
Wister split their two games Thursday in the tournament's first day as they lost 4-3 to Tushka, but then defeated Crowder 13-4.
The Lady Wildcats end the season at 21-15.
TAHLEQUAH â The good news is that the Spiro Lady Bulldogs softball team made some history this week by getting to the Class 3A Regional Tournament for the first time in the program's history. Unfortunately, they ran into the host team in the title game and a trip to state at stake.
After avenging Wednesday's loss to Beggs in the first day of the regional tournament with a 4-1 victory over the Lady Golden Demons Thursday afternoon, the Lady Bulldogs lost 8-2 to tournament-host Sequoyah-Tahlequah in the title game to see their season end at 20-10.
The 29th annual Carl Albert State College Coaches Golf Classic took place Monday at Wolf Ridge Golf Course.
The team of Marvin Thouvanel, Bill Falleur, Dale Brown and Owen Davis won first place.
Second place went to the quartet of Joe Sabatucci, Steve Clay, Chris Fenton and Mike Hall.
The foursome of Jay James, Danny Nichols, Billy Terry and Marshall Thomas were third.
All three teams were awarded cash prizess, and hole prizes and door prizes were also awarded.
Eula Maye Stivers, 90, of Del City died
Sept. 16, 2011, in Oklahoma City. Maye
was born Feb. 5, 1921, in Leflore. She was
the daughter of James Franklin and Nannie
Lou Borden. She was preceded in death by
her parents; daughter, Sandra Pollard;
brother, Robert L. Borden; sisters, Ruth
Mings, Rubye Parks and Rilla Wyatt;
grandson, Nathan Pollard.
Maye is survived by her daughter, Connie Stivers and
husband, John Nolen of Del City; granddaughter, Neile
Blackwell of Del City; grandson, Bryan Pollard and his
wife, Deepa of Tahlequah; many loved nieces, nephews,
Carl Albert State College received notification from U.S. Representative Dan Boren and U.S. Senator James Inhofe that a new Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) grant has been funded in the amount of $495,921 with the first budget period running September 2011 through August 2012.Â The grant funding will continue for a total of $2,479,605 over a five year period.