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April 8th

2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament Opening Day Scores

April 8, 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 8, 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 8, 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.

One County Tournament down, one more left to go; Slow-Pitch County Tournament will not start until tonight due to wet fields (UPDATED LEFLORE COUNTY TOURNAMENT SCHEDULE)

April 8, 2014

What a 2014 LeFlore County Baseball Tournament it was. It went the entire distance — needing Saturday afternoon's if-game to decide the champion, which was won by Spiro over Poteau.
We also had a triple play turned during the week, as Heavener turned one in Thursday's winner's-bracket semifinal against Spiro, but the Bulldogs still prevailed.
Most of the games were very competitive and rather entertaining with some extra-inning games thrown in.

Carl Albert baseball team splits four-game series with defending national champion Murray State College Aggies; Vikings will play Independence, Kan., this afternoon at Tulsa Metro Christian High School

April 8, 2014

The Carl Albert State College baseball team went toe to toe with the 2013 Division II national junior-college champions, the Murray State College Aggies, this past weekend. Each two-game series was a split.
The Vikings beat the Aggies 4-1 in Saturday afternoon's opener at Ival Goodman Field before losing the nightcap 4-0.
On Friday at the MSC Baseball Field in Tishomingo, it was the same. Carl Albert took the opener 1-0 before losing the nightcap 9-0.
The Vikings will play Independence, Kan., beginning at 2 this afternoon at Tulsa Metro Christian High School.

Western women sweep pair from Carl Albert on Saturday afternoon; Sunday's doubleheader rained out, yet to be rescheduled; Lady Vikings entertain NOC-Enid this afternoon

April 8, 2014

MIDWEST CITY — The Western Oklahoma State College Lady Pioneers, featuting former Poteau Lady Pirate Gabba Wilson, swept a pair of games from the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings on Saturday afternoon at Rose State College. The Lady Pioneers took the opener 11-2, then doubled the Lady Vikings 8-4 in the nightcap.
Sunday's doubleheader got rained out, but it will be rescheduled at a later date since it is a conference twinbill.

April 7th

Spiro beats Poteau twice to win county baseball title; Pocola Indians finish third in county tournament

April 7, 2014

CAMERON — It took two title games to decide LeFlore County supremacy on the baseball diamond for 2014. Both games were won by the top-seeded Spiro Bulldogs.
After the Bulldogs beat the defending champion Poteau Pirates 9-3 in Friday night's title game to force the if-game Saturday afternoon, the ’Dogs used a three-run sixth inning to break an 8-all tie for an 11-9 victory to win the LeFlore County Baseball Tournament.
The Bulldogs reached the finals with a 10-7 victory Friday night over the Pocola Indians, who finished third.

Poteau tracksters compete Friday at Hilldale Invitational

April 7, 2014

MUSKOGEE — The Poteau High School track teams competed Friday at the Hilldale Invitational, with the Lady Pirates winning the team title with 105 points.
For the Pirates, Kendrick Hardaway was runner-up in the 100-meter dash (10.87 seconds, which is the fastest time among Class 4A sprinters).

Poteau soccer teams dominate Atoka

April 7, 2014

ATOKA — The Poteau High School soccer teams dominated the Atoka squads Friday night at Phillips Field by identical 10-0 scores.
The Pirates will play at 7 p.m. Tuesday at Sequoyah-Claremore. Then both teams will hit the field Friday night at Fort Gibson, with the girls game at 5 p.m. and the boys contest at 7 p.m.

April 6th

2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament Bracket — MONDAY's GAMES CANCELED DUE TO WET FIELDS

April 6, 2014

The first day of the LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Tournament has been canceled due to wet fields at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex.
Monday's games will take place on Tuesday, same times. The rest of the tournament's schedule has not yet been rescheduled.

 

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