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Howe teams seem to be early surprise on the hardwood

November 12, 2012

I know that we've only had two weeks of high school basketball, and that the football schools haven't started yet — but that changes this week as Bokoshe began Monday night at Clayton and Arkoma opens Thursday night at home with Cameron.
Two teams — both from the same school — seem to be early favorites as strong squads in LeFlore County, the Howe Lions and Lady Lions.

Whitesboro teams suffer first losses of season Friday night against Kinta

November 12, 2012

KINTA — The season-opening unbeaten streaks for the Whitesboro High School teams came to a halt Friday night as they both suffered their first losses of the season.
The Bulldogs lost 55-51 to the homestanding Kinta Eagles, which followed a 47-39 victory by the Lady Eagles over the Lady Bulldogs.

Carl Albert women suffer second straight loss in Mineral Area Classic

November 12, 2012

In the second and final game of the Mineral Area Classic on Saturday afternoon in Park Hills, Mo.,  the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings lost 66-57 in a hard fought game to Vincennes University.
The next game for the Lady Vikings against Cowley County, Kan. at 6 tonight at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse. The men's game against Cowley County will follow at 8 p.m.

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