Archive - 2012 - Sports Article
The National Wild Turkey Federation LeFlore County Longbeard Banquet will be March 8 at the Bob Lee Kidd Civic Center. The doors will open at 5:30 p.m.
To purchase tickets, call Russell Barber at (918) 647-8681, Don Chitwood at (918) 649-7470 or myself at (918) 647-7928.
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Though Oklahoma's popular archery hunting seasons for species like deer, black bear and antelope are done for the 2011-12 season, some might say the state is still in the thick of archery season â€” at least if you are involved with the Oklahoma National Archery in the Schools Program.
The Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings softball team began the season Tuesday afternoon, now it's the Vikings' turn to hit the diamond.
The CASC Vikings will begin the 2012 season in a home doubleheader against the University of the Ozarks junior varsity beginning at 12:30 p.m. this afternoon at Ival Goodman Field.
espite having three double-figure scorers on the night, it wasn't enough for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings in their 71-59 loss to the Murray State College Lady Aggies Monday night at Gene Robbins Arena.
Behind a 10-point halftime lead, the Murray State Aggies came away with the 74-61 win over the Carl Albert State College Vikings in the second game on Monday night.
The Carl Albert teams will return home Thursday night to face archrival Eastern Oklahoma State College at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse. The women's game will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the men's contest at 8 p.m.
ARKOMA â€” Thanks to a strong second half, the Arkoma Lady Mustangs ended the regular season in fine fashion with a 64-48 win over the Wister Lady Wildcats Monday night at the Arkoma Gym.
Down 23-20 at halftime, the Lady Mustangs opened the second half with an 8-0 run to take a 28-23 lead.
The Lady Wildcats cut the deficit to two points on two occasions, the last time at 45-43 with about four minutes left in the third quarter. But that was as close as Wister got.
Arkoma went on a 15-0 run to take a 58-43 lead with 2:28 remaining in the period.
PANAMA â€” Just one week ago, the Panama Razorbacks lost 53-34 to the Cameron Yellowjackets at the Cameron Gym. Monday night, the Hogs avenged that loss at the Panama Gym.
Thanks to a strong third quarter, the Razorbacks upset the â€™Jackets 59-51.
Trailing 26-20 at halftime, the Hogs outscored the Yellowjackets in the third quarter by 10 points, 23-13 â€” which gave Panama a 43-39 lead going into the final period.
The Poteau High School basketball teams had their â€śPink Out Gamesâ€ť for breast cancer awareness Friday night at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse. They were also hoping to â€śpink outâ€ť the Stilwell Lady Indians and Indians, but the visitors had other ideas.
Stilwell's teams made it a sweep of Poteau as the Indians prevailed 44-33 over the Pirates after the Lady Indians beat the Lady Pirates 40-25.
WHITESBORO â€” The Leflore Savages ended their regular season on a high note as they defeated the Whitesboro Bulldogs 65-53 Friday night at the Whitesboro Gym.
The Savages jumped out to a 13-7 lead after one period, but saw the Bulldogs take a 24-21 lead at halftime thanks to a 17-8 second quarter.
However, Leflore took control of the game with 23-6 third period to take a 44-30 lead into the final quarter.
Cameron 66, Arkoma 45: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets only led the Mustangs by a single point at 13-12 after the first eight minutes.
CAMERON â€” The Arkoma Lady Mustangs ended the week in fine fashion with a 68-47 victory over the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets Friday night at the Cameron Gym.
The Lady Mustangs, who bounced back from a rough loss Thursday night at Keota, led 15-10 after one period and slowly kept increasing their lead from there.
Howe 51, Bokoshe 40: In Howe, the Lady Lions had a 26-20 halftime lead on the Lady Tigers, but Howe outscored Wister 19-11 in the third quarter to take a 45-31 lead into the final period.