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OKTAHA â€” The Heavener Lady Wolves stayed perfect on the young 2013 fast-pitch softball season as they posted two wins Thursday in the Oktaha Tournament, beating Cushing 5-4 and Porter 5-2.
The other local team in the field, the Panama Lady Razorbacks, split their two games, beating Stilwell 4-0 but losing 7-6 to Warner.
Both teams will wrap up play Saturday in the tournament, but their opponents were not known at press time.
The National Football League season will begin in a couple of weeks, and that means it's time to have draft parties for all the upcoming NFL Fantasy Football Leagues.
These are your fantasy football league draft dates: IBC League, 1 p.m. Saturday at Cross Community Church; CCC League, 5 p.m. Saturday at Cross Community Church; Possum League, 1 p.m. Sunday at Danny Caldwell's house; The Elite 12 League, 5 p.m. Sunday at Danny Caldwell's house.
I want to wish all you fantasy guys luck this year, and I hope you dominate your respective fantasy leagues â€” unless I'm in that league.
Last weekend, the Poteau Pirates had their annual red-white scrimmage at Costner Stadium. For the first time since the 2012 season finale against the Tulsa Rogers Ropers, the Pirates will see somebody else.
The Pirates will scrimmage the Heavener Wolves beginning at 6:30 tonight at Costner Stadium.
â€śI was thinking the other day,â€ť second-year Poteau coach Greg Werner said.
The Arkoma Mustangs will get a taste of Friday night-like game conditions when they entertain the Porum Panthers for a 6 p.m. scrimmage tonight at Mustang Field.
For the Mustangs, the game plan is clear for tonight's scrimmage.
â€śFor us, it's all about effort and being able to line up in the formations the right way,â€ť Arkoma coach Mark Weatherton said. â€śWe don't want to have any penalties. We're not going to do anything fancy. We want to see our kids block and tackle, and go hit somebody. We're pretty excited about going to hit somebody else and get a taste of [Friday night].â€ť
The Panama Razorbacks had their red-white interteam scrimmage on Saturday at George Ollie Stadium.
However, now they will get the chance to go against somebody else than themselves as the Hogs will welcome the Savanna Bulldogs to town for a 6 p.m. scrimmage tonight at George Ollie Stadium.
â€śWe finally get to beat around on somebody else,â€ť third-year Panama coach Brandon Ellis said. â€śPushing around our own guys gets old and boring. The kids are excited about it [tonight's scrimmage].â€ť
When the Pocola Indians football team has its first scrimmage of the preseason against the Gore Pirates at 6 tonight at John Carter Field, coach Rick Lang wants to see no mistakes â€” or at least very few of them.
CAMERON â€” The Wister Lady Wildcats posted an 8-3 road win Tuesday afternoon over the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets.
The Lady â€™Cats broke a scoreless tie with a two-run third inning and a five-run fourth inning for a 7-0 lead.
Heavener 10, Spiro 2: In Heavener, the Lady Wolves scored once in the first inning and three runs in the third inning for a 4-0 lead after three innings.
Pocola 10, Sallisaw-Central 1: In Pocola, the Lady Indians used a seven-run sixth inning to put the game away.
Talihina 15, Quinton 10: In Quinton, the Lady Golden Tigers got the first win for new coach Hali Kirkes.
KINTA â€” The Cameron Yellowjackets enter today's Carl Albert State College Classic on a high note as they picked up two wins in a road three-way on Tuesday. The â€™Jackets doubled up the Leflore Savages 6-3 after routing the host Kinta Eagles 11-0.
Battiest 9, Whitesboro 7: In Battiest, with the game tied at 4 after four innings, the Panthers broke the tie with a two-run fifth to take a 6-4 lead.
After the Bulldogs cut the deficit to 6-5 in the sixth inning, the Panthers scored three runs in the sixth to enter the seventh inning ahead 9-5.
Memorabilia wise, I have something that is very rare, and it could be a one-and-only kind of autograph in the entire civilized world. It could be right up there as the rarest piece of memorabilia in sports collecting folklore.
When we made our normal pilgrimmage to Kansas City in the early 1960s, we would always ride the KCS railroad there.
My son has started a fly-fishing frenzy at my house. Cash finally got his fly rod a couple of weeks ago, and Koby and I have both used it at the pond by our house. We have some friends from Greers Ferry, Ark., that gave a fly rod to Koby, and I have to pick it up in a couple of weeks. Koby is excited about getting his own now because he caught a 1Â˝-pound bass on Cashâ€™s last week. I guess I will have to get one also and head to Broken Bow or Tenkiller to try and catch some trout.
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