Archive - Jul 2013 - Sports Article
The LeFlore County Bass Club had its third open bass tournament of 2013 on Saturday at Wards Landing on Wister Lake. There were 14 boats filled with anglers who caught a combined 54 fish that weighed 113.98 pounds. Each fish averaged 2.11 pounds, and 10 limits were caught.
Brian â€śCuts Like a Knifeâ€ť Adams and Dwayne Leatherwood won the tournament as they hauled in 12.21 pounds of fish to earn $325. Among the fish they caught was Adams' big bass winner that weighed 5.54 pounds to earn him an extra $130.
The state has released the results for the controlled hunts. If you put in for one (or several) hunt(s), you can go to the Department of Wildlifeâ€™s web site to see if you were selected. In all my baseball craziness of the spring, I did not make time to sit down and do that, so I missed out. I hope you werenâ€™t like me.
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Even though I missed out on the controlled hunts, I am not missing out on any fishing. Last weekend, I went to Lake Murray to surprise my cousin, Jason Sampson. His wife, Dawnita, asked us to come, so I could take Jason fishing for his birthday.
The Pirates softball team will have a hamburger meal fundraiser from 10:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Thursday in front of Costner Stadium in the northeast corner of the parking lot by the signal light at Stadium Drive.
Hamburger/cheeseburger baskets cost $6, and orders may be placed by calling (918) 647-1694 or (918) 721-4635.
Orders can be delivered if need be. All proceeds will help fund the team's trip to the World Series, which will be Friday through Sunday in Shawnee.
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Wister Public Schools physicals for all athletes will begin at 9 a.m. Thursday inside the high school cafeteria.
Poteau Lady Pirates golf coach Randall Wheat and Jonathon Spikes won the championship flight of the 2013 Spider Webb Invitational, which took place this past weekend at Choctaw Country Club. The duo shot a 61-67â€”128, beating the team of Damian Scott and Kevin Stann (65-65â€”130) â€” who won a scorecard playoff against Jason May and Kale Holton (65-65â€”130) for second place.
Four two-golfer teams were parts of two championships at the Poteau Chamber of Commerce Golf Tournament, which took place June 24 at Choctaw Country Club.
Dr. Bill Willis and Mike Huggins, along with Paul Quirk and Johnny Baker were champions in first flight. Dr. Douglas Duke and Graham Dunn along with Ron and Don Killion were second. The duos of Craig Hall-Clark Summers and SueAnn Loggains-Ryan Adams were third.