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Heavener, Pocola make winner's-bracket finals of Slow-Pitch County Tournament; County champion will be crowned Thursday night as tournament comes to an end

April 9, 2014

The Heavener Lady Wolves and the Pocola Lady Indians were seeded No. 1 and No. 2 for this spring's LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament, which got underway Tuesday at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex. The seedings held true.
The Lady Wolves and the Lady Indians reached Thursday afternoon's winner's-bracket final at 5:15 p.m., with the winner playing for the county title at 7:45 p.m. Thursday. The if-game will begin at 9 p.m. if necessary.
Heavener got past Wister 11-8 in the winner's-bracket semifinal Tuesday night after handling Spiro 11-3.

NOC-Enid softball team sweeps pair from CASC; Lady Vikings hit road Thursday for two games against NEO

April 9, 2014

Making their first-ever softball trip to Carl Albert State College, the Northern Oklahoma College-Enid Lady Jets made the visit a memorable one, sweeping both games of Tuesday afternoon's doubleheader.
The Lady Jets run ruled the Lady Vikings 13-5 in six innings in the opener, then took the nightcap 7-5 in eight innings.
The Lady Vikings will hit the road Thursday for a doubleheader against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M at 2 p.m. in Miami.

CASC baseball team suffers 10-inning loss to Independence; Vikings will return to action Thursday at NOC-Tonkawa

April 9, 2014

TULSA — The Carl Albert State College baseball team suffered a heartbreaking 5-4, 10-inning loss to Independence, Kan., on Tuesday afternoon at Tulsa Metro Christian High School. The match-up was to have been a doubleheader, but both teams agreed since the first game went 10 innings to just play one contest.
The Vikings will return to action with a 1 p.m. doubleheader Thursday on the road against Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa.

Poteau girls track team wins Bulldog Relays; Pirates fifth, Spiro boys eighth in boys division

April 9, 2014

GREENWOOD, Ark. — The Poteau Lady Pirates track team won the Bulldog Relays on Monday, scoring 130 points, finishing ahead of Fort Smith (Ark.) Southside (119.3 points), Mansfield (97.3) and host Greenwood (78.3). The Spiro Lady Bulldogs were fifth (54 points), followed by Fort Smith Northside (43), Waldron, Ark. (30.8) and Heavener (24.5).

Poteau girls go 1-4 in Muskogee Tournament

April 9, 2014

MUSKOGEE — The Poteau Lady Pirates went 1-4 in last weekend's Muskogee Tournament.
The Lady Pirates beat the host school 11-3 in the final game of the two-day event on Saturday.
However, on Friday, the Lady Pirates lost 16-7 to Jenks, 11-3 to Westmoore and 15-1 to Tulsa Union. On Saturday, the Lady Pirates fell 6-4 to Sequoyah-Tahlequah.

Spiro senior forward signs basketball letter with Connors State College

April 9, 2014

SPIRO — During her four years as a Spiro Lady Bulldog, senior forward Philicea Mack has enjoyed success as well as two trips to the Class 3A State Tournament. Now, she'll have chances to be suceessful at the next level.
Mack signed a letter of intent with Connors State College on Tuesday morning inside the Spiro Multipurpose Gym.

2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament Opening Day Scores

April 9, 2014

2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament Scores
Opening Round
Spiro 12, Howe 8
Wister def. Leflore by forfeit
Panama 12, Talihina 0
Cameron 7, Arkoma 1
Winner's-Bracket Quarterfinals
Heavener 11, Spiro 3
Wister 9, Poteau 5
Whitesboro 8, Panama 0
Pocola 16, Cameron 0
Winner's-Bracket Semifinals
Heavener 11, Wister 8
Pocola 11, Whitesboro 1
Loser's-Bracket Opening Round
Poteau 9, Talihina 0, Talihina eliminated
Spiro 5, Arkoma 1, Arkoma eliminated
Cameron 11, Howe 4, Howe eliminated
Panama def. Leflore by forfeit, Leflore eliminated
Loser's-Bracket Second Round

Poteau boys lose to Fort Gibson

April 9, 2014

What looked to be a pitcher's duel early on turned into a rather large victory for the visiting Fort Gibson Tigers in Monday's game at Town Creek Park.
After trailing 1-0 in the opening inning, the Tigers used a six-run seventh inning to break open a close game en route to an 8-2 victory over the Pirates, who now have lost three straight after being within a game of winning the 2014 LeFlore County Tournament last week.
Monday Games Canceled Due to Wet Fields
Poteau was the only baseball team to play Monday as everyone else was canceled due to wet fields.

Poteau golf duo medal at Fort Gibson Invitational; Pirates finish runners-up to host Tigers

April 9, 2014

HULBERT — Poteau golfers Cody Shore and Jarrett Lowrimore were among the top medalists at Saturday's Fort Gibson Invitational at Western Hills Golf Course.
Shore won the individual title with a 70, while Lowrimore was eighth with an 80.
As a team, the Pirates were runners-up to the host Tigers. Fort Gibson's team score was 305, while Poteau had a 320.
John Scott Sanders had Poteau's third-best individual score with an 84, followed by Connor Wheat with an 86. Jeremiah Loggains shot a 92.

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