Archive - May 7, 2013 - Sports Article
ARDMORE â€” It was quite a weekend for Heavener Lady Wolf runner Jodie Hill at the Class 3A State Meet, which took place at Ardmore High School's Noble Stadium.
Hill was third in both the 100-meter dash (12.57 seconds) and the 100-meter hurdles (16.08), while placing fifth in the 200-meter dash (26.92) to win three medals.
In her final state meet, Heavener's Laura Jo Allen placed sixth in the discus (107-0) to earn a medal.
MIDWEST CITY â€” Howe Lady Lion shot putter and discus throw Savannah Smallwood earned two medals at the Class 2A State Meet, which took place Friday and Saturday at Carl Albert High School's Titan Stadium.
Smallwood was state runner-up in the shot put (35-8.5) and sixth in the discus (103-6). She missed out on a state title in the shot put by two inches as Hennessey's Shelby Crump took state in the event (35-10.5).
OKLAHOMA CITY â€” The college softball season came to an end for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings on Friday at the Region II Tournament at Hall of Fame Stadium.
The Lady Vikings lost 7-3 to Western Oklahoma State College and 3-2 to Eastern Oklahoma State College to see their season end at 12-29.
When the Poteau Pirates soccer team beat the Oologah Mustangs 6-2 in Friday nightâ€™s Class 4A state quarterfinals, it meant not only return to the state semifinals, but their state semifinal contest will take place at 7 tonight at Costner Stadium against the Bethany Bronchos.
OOLOGAH â€” The past two trips the Poteau Pirates soccer team made to Oologah, both resulted in victories â€” but both wins came by a single goal, and both victories came late in the second half.
In Friday nightâ€™s Class 4A state quarterfinal game, the Pirates came out with focus and resolve and bridled the Mustangs.
The Pirates scored eight minutes into the game and never pulled back on the reins as they won by the score of 6-2. to put the top-ranked Pirates (14-1) into the state semifinals against the Bethany Bronchos at 7 tonight at Costner Stadium.
The Poteau soccer teamâ€™s domination of Oologah in the Class 4A state quarterfinals has set the Pirates up for perhaps the biggest sporting event in Poteau High School sports history â€” playing a state semifinal game at Costner Stadium. I believe, that unless one of the 1950s football teams played a semifinal game in Poteau, that this will be a first.
In my tenure as statistician and writer in covering the Poteau Pirates football team, it played in semifinal games at Seminole, Putnam City, Tulsa Union and Choctaw twice.