Archive - 2014 - Sports Article
The Panama Razorbacks suffered their biggest loss of the season Friday night as the Hartshorne Miners came to George Ollie Stadium and left town 47-7 victors to spoil the Hogs' homecoming. According to Panama coach Brandon Ellis, the Miners â at least on Friday night â showed they were the better team.
âThey're a good ball club,â he said. âThey're good at what they do. I think they were just better than us on that night. It might have had something to do with our depth, but I think our guys were in shape. I think they just outplayed us.â
GREENWOOD, Ark. â The Poteau Bandit League teams went 3-1 on Saturday against Greenwood Gray. The fifth-graders won its fifth game of the season, all by shutout, as they blanked Greenwood Gray 8-0. The fourth-grade team posted a 36-0 rout on Greenwood Gray, while the third-graders won also by shutout â posting a 27-0 victory.
The sixth-graders suffered a heartbreaking 8-6 defeat at the hands of Greenwood Gray.
RATTAN â The Arkoma Lady Mustangs went 1-2 at last weekâs Class A Regional Tournament, but their season came to an end with the two defeats to end their season at 9-10.
Arkoma beat Wright City 2-0 in 11 innings in a loserâs-bracket game, but opened the tournament with a 10-3 loss to Rattan and ended their season with a 4-3 nine-inning loss to Keota.
CROWDER â The fall baseball season came to an abrupt halt Friday afternoon for the Cameron Yellowjackets as they suffered two losses in the Class A Regional Tournament, losing 11-0 to Roff and 4-2 to host Crowder.
The âJackets ended the season at 13-13.
SPIRO â Both LeFlore County softball teams who were in the Class 3A Regional Tournament had a shot at winning the regional title and making this weekâs state tournament. However, in the end, neither made it.
The Heavener Lady Wolves lost in the winner-take-all regional finals game 8-3 to the Sequoyah-Tahlequah Lady Indians after beating them 7-2 in the first title game.
The Lady Wolves eliminated regional host Spiro 8-7 after the Lady Bulldogs beat the Lady Wolves 7-1 in Friday afternoonâs opening-round game.
CANEY â The season ended for the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs, but did so in a fairly positive way as they lost in the Class B Regional Tournament finals 6-2 to the host Caney Lady Cougars on Saturday. The third-ranked Lady Cougars beat the Lady Bulldogs 11-3 on Friday, but the Lady Bulldogs came back with an 11-1 win over the Pittsburg Lady Panthers on Friday and upset the 17th-ranked Coleman Lady Wildcats 2-0 in Saturdayâs loserâs-bracket finals.
OKTAHA â Two LeFlore County softball teams saw their seasons end at the Class 2A Regional Tournament last week.
The Panama Lady Razorbacks fell 5-1 to host Oktaha in the regional finals Friday afternoon. The Lady âBacks won the Class 2A State Tournament in October 2011 with a 1-0 victory over the Lady Tigers.
The Lady âBacks reached the regional final by knocking off the archrival Pocola Lady Indians 6-3 Thursday afternoon before the rains came. Both teams began the tournament facing each other on Tuesday, with the Lady Indians rallying late for a 4-3 victory.
WYANDOTTE â Last spring, the Wister Lady Wildcats went to the Class 3A Slow-Pitch State Tournament. This week, theyâll be going to the fast-pitch state tournament.
The Lady Wildcats beat the Wyandotte Lady Bears twice on Saturday, 3-2 and 4-2, in the championship round to win the Class 2A Regional Tournament. The Lady Bears beat the Lady âCats 6-0 in eight innings in Friday nightâs winnerâs-bracket finals to put Wister into the loserâs bracket.
BROKEN BOW â The Poteau Lady Pirates softball team saw its season come to a close Wednesday afternoon as they were swept by the host Broken Bow Lady Savages by scores of 4-0 and 1-0 in the Class 4A District Tournament.
The Lady Pirates finish the season at 12-25.