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October 28th

Talihina in must-win mode from here out, beginning tonight against Hartshorne

October 28, 2011

After losing their third straight District 2A-6 game last week to Wilburton, the Talihina Golden Tigers have their backs against the den now.
The Golden Tigers (5-3, 1-3 in district play) pretty much need to win out to guarantee a return to the Class 2A playoffs, beginning at 7:30 p.m. tonight in their home finale against the Hartshorne Miners (6-2, 3-1) at Doc Robinson Stadium.

Pocola knows how Heavener Wolves felt last week

October 28, 2011

POCOLA — Last week, the Heavener Wolves, for the second straight season, got a forfeited win over the Tahlequah Tigers junior varsity, which canceled out on them for their Week 8 game.
This week, the Pocola Indians found out what that's like.

It took a lot of work to get 'egg-a-nator' ready for Balloonfest

October 28, 2011

Thursday evening of last week, my he-man crew — Johnny T. Burgess, Dustin “Stone Cold” Reece, Eddie “Money” Sockey and yours truly — was at my shop building the “egg-a-nator.” It was a 7x7 feet chicken coop. It was most glorious when we finally got it built.
Last Friday, Steven Culwell from OK Foods donated 1,200 double-yolk eggs. Eddie and I loaded up the “egg-a-nator” and off to Balloonfest we went, along with Allan Hensley.

October 27th

Senior wide receiver glad Poteau beat Broken Bow on Senior Night last week; ... and glad he returned to gridiron his final year

October 27, 2011

While there was a bunch of happy Poteau Pirate football players last Thursday night at Costner Stadium, there may have been none happier than senior wide receiver Blake Roley.
Roley and the Pirates beat the Broken Bow Savages 31-23 to snap a five-game losing streak against their McCurtain County nemesis.

October 26th

Poteau Bandit League teams go 2-1 against Panama

October 26, 2011

The Poteau Bandit League teams won two games and lost one against Panama Saturday afternoon at Costner Stadium.
The fifth-grade team posted a 22-0 win over Panama, while the fourth-graders were victorious by a score of 42-0.
Panama took the third-grade contest 7-0, while there was not a sixth-grade contest.
In the fifth-grade game, Josh Smith scored on a 70-yard run, while Clay Cross took it in from four yards out. Cross also threw a TD pass, a 67-yard strike to Atticus Pate. Bryce Palmer was 2-for-3 on two-point conversions.

Sports Briefs

October 26, 2011

Thursday night's Pocola football game on the road against the Stigler Panthers junior varsity is canceled because the Panthers want to keep all their players healthy for Friday night's big District 3A-8 contest at home against the Valliant Bulldogs.
Thus, the Indians will be off this week.
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The Oklahoma Area 10 Special Olympics Bowling Competition will take place Thursday at Strike-A-Lot in Poteau.
The singles competition will begin at 10 a.m., followed by the doubles competition at 12:30 p.m. There will be close to 150 participants in the event.

October 25th

Poteau cross country teams make state meet; Lady Pirates sixth, Pirates seventh at Class 4A Regional Meet

October 25, 2011

TULSA — Once again, the Poteau High School cross country teams will end the season at the biggest race of the season — state.
The Lady Pirates and Pirates all qualified for this weekend's Class 4A State Meet, which will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Edmond's Mitch Park.
The Lady Pirates were sixth and the Pirates seventh at Saturday's Class 4A Regional Meet at O'Brien Park.

Heavener's State Runner

October 25, 2011

October 22nd

Pirates surprise Savages on 2011 Senior Night

October 22, 2011

Perhaps the only people who gave the Poteau Pirates a chance against the No. 9-ranked Broken Bow Savages were the players and the coaches who were wearing red on the field. When it was all said and done, the Pirates upset the Savages 31-23 Thursday night at Costner Stadium on Senior Night.

Panama stuns Pocola to end 17-game losing streak

October 22, 2011

POCOLA — The Panama Razorbacks took a big step in their football program Thursday night at John Carter Field, and may have knocked their archrival out of the playoffs. The Hogs got their first win of the season, and snapped a 17-game losing streak in the process, over their biggest rival, the Pocola Indians, by a score of 21-20 in a District 2A-6 game.

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Poteau 36, Durant 0 Panama 43, Gore 0 Arkoma 38, Bokoshe 0 Heavener 39, Atoka 20 Talihina 20,...
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