Archive - Sep 2011 - Sports Article
HEAVENER â€” In a regional-tournament tune-up game for both teams, the Heavener Lady Wolves were able to outlast the Wister Lady Wildcats 9-8 in a nine-inning, international-tiebreaker contest Tuesday afternoon.
Editor's Note â€” Panama treated its games in Tuesday's three-way at Red Oak with Sequoyah-Tahlequah as scrimmages.
BOKOSHE â€” It took four tries, but the Bokoshe Tigers football team got its first win of 2011 as well as the first win for new Bokoshe Coach Tyler Massey last Friday night in a thrilling 48-42 win over Eagle Point Christian Academy.
â€śEverybody was excited,â€ť Massey said. â€śIt was a good win for these kids. We just have to keep trying to improve.â€ť
Now, the Tigers (1-3, 0-2 in District C-4) will return to district play with a 7:30 p.m. Friday road game at Claremore Christian.
Whether it was the Monday afternoon loss to Red Oak in the cancer game or that contest's postgame pep talk by Poteau Coach Misty Collins, either or both seemed to put some vigor into the Lady Pirates in their Tuesday afternoon home game against the Spiro Lady Bulldogs.
After losing their last two games to Panama and Red Oak, the Lady Pirates responded by run ruling the Lady Bulldogs 10-2 in five innings.
WESTVILLE â€” It was a happy trip up and down U.S. 59 on Saturday as the Poteau Bandit League football teams went 4-0 against the homestanding Westville squads.
The sixth-grade Poteau team handled Westville 24-8, which followed the fifth-grade team's 28-0 shutout of Westville, a thrilling come-from-behind 24-22 victory for the fourth-graders and a 25-7 win for the third-graders.
In the sixth-grade contest, Kale Barcheers had two rushing touchdowns, while Jamison Shackleford had another rushing TD. Seth Ryan kicked three two-point conversions for Poteau.
The Heavener Wolves looked all primed to win their District 2A-6 opener Friday night at Harvey Stadium against the Hartshorne Miners to celebrate Homecoming. However, a rough second half defensively left the Wolves with their second straight loss, 41-25 to the Miners.
It looked like a sixth-inning run was going to pull it out for the Poteau Lady Pirates in Monday afternoon's cancer game against Red Oak.
But a three-run rally by the Lady Eagles in the seventh inning rallied Red Oak to a 4-2 victory.
It was quite a good weekend for a lot of LeFlore County fast-pitch softball teams and fall baseall teams last week as several won district-tournament titles. As for baseball, Wister (Class A) and Whitesboro (Class B) also won their district tournaments.
Spiro at Poteau, 4 p.m.
Panama and Sequoyah-Tahlequah at Red Oak, 3:30 p.m. (Panama vs. Sequoyah-Tahlequah, 5 p.m.; Panama vs. Red Oak, 6:30 p.m.)
Class 3A Regional Tournaments
OKTAHA â€” Earlier this season, the Oktaha Tigers handled the Cameron Yellowjackets 12-0 in a run-rule game to begin the Eagle Classic on Aug. 17 in Red Oak. But when it counted, it was the â€™Jackets who stung the Tigers.
The Yellowjackets run ruled the Tigers 12-0 Friday night to win the Class A District Tournament.
Cameron (21-7) were sent to Wister for the Class A Regional Tournament along with Rattan and Wright City. The champion and the consolation champion will each qualify for next week's Class A State Tournament.
BUFFALO VALLEY â€” The Whitesboro Bulldogs baseball team took the first step in a repeat trip to the fall state tournament Friday afternoon.
The Bulldogs defeated the Leflore Savages 15-6 in Friday afternon's title game to win the Class B District Tournament.
The â€™Dogs (13-13) will be in the Class B Regional Tournament at Red Oak, along with host Eagles, Stuart and Coleman. The champion and consolation champion will advance to next week's Class B State Tournament.
The Savages end the season at 11-11.