Archive - Nov 7, 2013 - Sports Article
The Poteau Pirates football team can taste a share of a District 4A-4 crown, and a home playoff game. Both will be achieved tonight if the Pirates (8-1 overall, 5-1 in district play) can knock off the Tulsa Rogers Ropers (3-6, 1-5) when they meet at 7 tonight at Tulsa's S.E. Williams Stadium in the regular-season finale.
The Panama Razorbacks football team went 0-17 from the start of the 2010 season to its Week 8 victory over archrival Pocola in 2011. Now, the Hogs have a shot a piece of the District 2A-6 crown.
The Razorbacks (7-2 overall, 4-1 in district play) will travel to meet Class 2A's third-ranked Vian Wolverines (9-0, 5-0) at 7:30 tonight.
â€śThe kids are excited,â€ť Panama coach Brandon Ellis said. â€śThey're on a four-game winning streak. They've got a lot of confidence. They're playing better ball right now. We're completely healthy. They're excited about this week.â€ť
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Primitive arms (muzzle loader) season has come and gone, and I did not get to fire a shot from my smoke pole. I did find some good buck signs, so I plan to take my bow out to those areas and try to stick one.
I have to admit that archery is my favorite kind of hunting, and I am excited to get back in the stand with my Mathews. This coming weekend is usually one of the best times to encounter a buck chasing does. If you have the patience to sit all dayâ€¦ these next two weeks will be the time to do it.
CAMERON â€” The Cameron High School basketball teams began their seasons Tuesday night at home against Howe, and it was all cats.
The Lions handled the Yellowjackets 73-41, while the Lady Lions did likewise with a 73-35 victory over the Lady Yellowjackets.
WHITESBORO â€” The Whitesboro Bulldogs used a strong fourth quarter to enable them to open the season with a 57-40 win over the Smithville Braves on Tuesday night.
Only leading by four points at 35-31 entering the final period, the Bulldogs outscored the Braves by 13 points â€” 22-9 â€” in the fourth quarter to win going away.
Leflore 85, Panola 25: In Panola, the Savages had little problems with the hosts, jumping out to a 22-5 lead after a period.