Archive - Sep 10, 2011 - Sports Article
IDABEL â€” The Poteau Pirates made it 2-for-2 to begin the season as they routed the Idabel Warriors 42-7 Friday night.
ARKOMA â€” The Arkoma Mustangs finished their first game in District C-4 play with a win Friday night after beating the Prue Rockets 45-0 in a mercy rule with nine minutes left in the final quarter of play.
HEAVENER â€” The Heavener Wolves celebrated their home opener with a 21-6 win over the Sallisaw-Central Tigers Friday night at Harvey Stadium.
POCOLA â€” The Pocola Indians notched their second win of the season Friday night at John Carter Field, handing the Haileyville Warriors their second loss by a score of 34-10.
GORE â€” The Talihina Golden Tigers had to withstand a late turnover and potential game-winning drive by Gore to pull out an 18-14 victory Friday night.
PANAMA â€” The Roland Rangers would prove to be too much for the Panama Razorbacks Friday night at George Ollie Stadium as they would head to a 32-point victory, 41-9, over the Hogs, who are now 0-2.
COUNCIL HILL â€” The Bokoshe Tigers lost their District C-4 opener to the Midway Chargers by a score of 56-8 Friday night.
MULDROW â€” Former Poteau Assistant Football Coach Rob Johnson missed by a couple of points of getting his first win last week with the Muldrow Bulldogs. He got that first win in Week 2 as his Bulldogs downed the Spiro Bulldogs 32-16 Friday night.
HOWE â€” The run in the Howe Wood Bat Tournament came to an end for the host Lions and the Leflore Savages Friday at Lions Field.
The Lions were run ruled 10-0 by the Smithville Braves, then the Savages suffered an 11-5 loss to the McCurtain Bulldogs.
Smithville and McCurtain played in the consolation championship Friday night.
In Thursday night's opening-round games, the Wister Wildcats blanked the Savages 5-0, while the Cameron Yellowjackets defeated the Braves 9-2.