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October 22nd

Webbers Falls hands Arkoma first loss of season; Mustang receiver sets school record

October 22, 2011

WEBBERS FALLS — The last two weeks, the Arkoma Mustangs played two of their best games of the season. Thursday night, it was just the opposite.
The Webbers Falls Warriors won the District C-4 showdown with the Mustangs 84-38 in a game called with just more than eight minutes left in the third quarter because of the mercy rule.
If there was a bright spot in the game, Tanner Steward set the school record in receptions in a game with 16 catches for 213 yards and three touchdowns.

Bluejacket handles Bokoshe Thursday night

October 22, 2011

BOKOSHE — The Bluejacket Chieftains came to town and left with a 60-14 victory over the Bokoshe Tigers Thursday night in a District C-4 contest.

Valliant too much for Spiro in battle of Bulldogs

October 22, 2011

VALLIANT — In a battle of Bulldogs in Thursday night's District 3A-8 contest, Valliant jumped out to a 21-0 lead in the opening half, then outscored Spiro 40-33 in a slugfest of a second half to prevail 61-33.

Talihina suffers third straight loss, falls to Wilburton Diggers

October 22, 2011

WILBURTON — For the first time in quite some time, the Talihina Golden Tigers have lost three straight games.
The Golden Tigers had a pair of critical turnovers and did not get key defensive stops as they lost 28-13 to the Wilburton Diggers in a District 2A-6 contest Thursday night.

Poteau cross country runners seek state berths at Class 4A Regional Meet this afternoon; Heavener runner to participate in Class 3A State Meet today in Shawnee

October 22, 2011

The postseason has arrived for the Poteau High School cross country teams. The Pirates and Lady Pirates will run in the Class 4A Regional Meet at 2 p.m. this afternoon at Tulsa's O'Brien Park.
The top seven teams will automatically qualify all their runners to next weekend's Class 4A State Meet at Edmond's Mitch Park, while the top seven individuals remaining after the top seven teams' runners are taken out of the mix will also qualify for state.
While the Poteau runners are trying to get qualified for state, one other county runner will get the privilege to run at state this weekend.

My Way of Saying Congratulations

October 22, 2011

Howe fifth-sixth grade teams win own Tip-Off Tournament last weekend

October 22, 2011

HOWE — The basketball season got underway in fine fashion last weekend for the Howe fifth-grade basketball teams as they won their own Howe Tip-Off Tournament at the Howe Gym.
The Lions defeated Wister 37-35 in the finals. Howe reached the finals with wins over Keota (23-8) and Heavener (32-19), while Wister made the title game with victories over Howe Red (30-10) and Monroe (33-13).
Other first-round games saw Monroe defeat Leflore 44-14, while Heavener knocked off Cameron 22-13.

Happy Hoopsters

October 22, 2011

October 21st

Thursday Night Lights

October 21, 2011

Panama Shocks Archrival Pocola

October 21, 2011

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