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The Arkoma Mustangs won in a 59-12 game-shortened contest Friday night by the mercy rule in the final quarter against Wright Christian on Friday night in Tulsa.
The Mustangs charged to an early lead and held it all night, but a freshman added the grace note by surrendering a certain score to set up a senior teammate for his first career touchdown coach Mark Weatherton said.
With a 53-12 lead, Matthew Harmon picked off a Wright Christian pass and ran it back 40 yards before stepping out of bounds at the 1-yard line.
BOKOSHE â€” In a battle of Tigers in Friday night's District C-4 game, Maud came to town and beat Bokoshe 44-0.
Turnovers doomed Bokoshe which hurt its own chances with miscues.
IDABEL â€” The Heavener Wolves, needing a win to keep slim playoff hopes alive, didnâ€™t find it in the lowlands of McCurtain County on Friday night.
Idabel outgunned Heavener with big plays in the passing attack and around the edge for a 48-28 triumph to dash the Wolves' playoff hopes.
The Warriors, who had lost 14 games in a row, scored four straight touchdowns to take control of this one.
POCOLA â€” The Panama Razorbacks extended their three-game winning streak over the Pocola Indians with a 35-0 shutout Friday night on a sloppy John Carter Field.
SPIRO â€” The Spiro Bulldogs continued undefeated in District 3A-8 play with a 34-18 win over the Roland Rangers on Friday night at McClain Stadium.
The Bulldogs (8-1 overall, 6-0 in district play), winners of eight straight after losing their season opener to Vian, scored straight points after the Rangers (5-4, 2-4) took a 12-7 lead in the second quarter.
TALIHINA â€” It was the Alan Lockhart show in "The Pit" â€” Doc Robinson Stadium â€” Friday night.
On Senior Night honoring senior football players, cheerleaders and band members, the Golden Tigers took a 43-6 win from the Savanna Bulldogs to all but give Talihina the District A-6 crown.
The two teams entered the match undefeated. The Golden Tigers' offense charged and the defense smothered the opponents through the evening.
Poteau 41, Broken Bow 7
Panama 35, Pocola 0
Spiro 34, Roland 18
Talihina 43, Savanna 6
Arkoima 59, Wright Christian 12
Maud 44, Bokoshe 0
Idabel 48, Heavener 28
Oh, what the difference a year makes. Last year, the Pirates were the up-and-coming team, while the Broken Bow Savages were the established team. The Pirates traveled over the mountain to Broken Bow with one goal, to defeat the Savages and gain the fourth playoff slot. A good effort was not enough as the Pirates lost and saw their playoff dreams and aspiration go down the tubes.
Despite getting 18 points from Breonna Johnson,Â it wasn't enough for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings as they lost their 2013-14 season opener 71-57 to the 24th-ranked and homestanding State Fair Community College team Friday in the State Fair Classic.
State Fair had a solid first half offensively by jumping out to a 32-25 lead at halftime.
The Lady Vikings will play their second of two games in the two-day event at 1:30 this afternoon (Saturday) against Jefferson County, Mo.
Four Poteau Lady Pirate cross country runners â€” Kaitlan Standridge, Brittany Fox, Deven Bond and Haley Griggs â€” hope to end their high school careers in the best way possible, winning state.
The senior foursome, along with Sheridan Hoyer, Kayle Dryer and Bailee Bates â€” as well as Pirate senior Dylan Fox â€” will run at the Class 4A State Meet, which will begin at noon Saturday at Edmond Santa Fe High School, located at 1901 West 15th Street.