Archive - May 2014 - Sports Article
SPIRO â€” Less than 24 hours after spoiling Senior Night for their rivals from Poteau, the Spiro Bulldogs had their Senior Night spoiled by the Hilldale Hornets on Tuesday as the visitors from Muskogee beat the â€™Dogs 16-7 in a run-rule game after five innings.
INOLA â€” Spiro's McKinley Whitfield and the Bulldogs' 1,600-meter relay teams won titles at last Thursday's Inola Invitational.
Whitfield won the 200-meter dash (23.22 seconds), while Whitfield, Matt Jones, Malik Walker and Lafayette Hutchinson won the 1,600-meter relay (3:35).
As a team, the â€™Dogs were sixth with 56 points, finishing behind champion Lincoln Christian (98 points), Kansas (88), Mannford (86), Dewey (70) and Sequoyah-Tahlequah (60).
SMITHVILLE â€” Two LeFlore County softball teams, the Cameron Yellowjackets and the Arkoma Lady Mustangs, saw their seasons end in Friday's action in the Class 2A District Tournament.
The Lady â€™Jackets eliminated the Lady Mustangs 6-3, then were beaten 7-2 by the host Lady Braves.
The sad news for the Poteau Lady Pirates softball team was it was dethroned as county champions this spring. The good news was they beat this year's county champs to end the regular season.
Thanks to a three-run first inning complements of Sunnie McConnell's three-run home run, the Lady Pirates got past the Lady Wolves for a 5-3 victory Tuesday on Senior Night.
It was heartbreak for the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings softball team Wednesday afternoon. After being only a win away Tuesday afternoon from making Friday's main draw of the Region II Tournament, the season came to a crashing halt.
The Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Lady Mavericks took the rubber game of the Region II Tournament Play-In Series on Wednesday afternoon by outlasting the Lady Vikings 21-19 in a game that took almost three hours to play.
CLARKSVILLE, Ark. â€” The Carl Albert State College Vikings baseball team split its road games Tuesday afternoon against the University of the Ozarks junior varsity.
The Vikings took the nightcap 18-8 after losing the opener 8-2.
The Vikings will entertain the Western Oklahoma State College Pioneers for two doubleheaders, one at 1 p.m. Friday and the other at 1 p.m. Saturday at Ival Goodman Field.