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July 17th, 2014
The final session of the 2014 Choctaw Country Club Junior Golf Clinic will take place from 9 to 11 a.m. Tuesday.
The entry fee is $10 per child per week, which includes drinks each week. All ages are welcome.
At the end of the eight-week clinic, there will be a tournament, a cookout and a pool party.
For additional information, call (918) 647-3488.
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There will be a coed softball tournament beginning at 8 p.m. Friday at the Arkoma High School baseball field and will last all night.
The entry fee is $100 per team. All proceeds will benefit the Arkoma High School football program.
The LeFlore County Bass Club had an open tournament Saturday at Wards Landing on Wister Lake. There were 14 boats filled with anglers who caught 16 fish that weighed a collective 45.05 pounds. Each fish averaged 2.82 pounds, with five limits caught. The limit was three fish per team.
Haskell and A.J. Higgins won the tournament with 12.4 pounds caught, including A.J.'s big bass winner of 5.06 pounds. Team Higgins won $280, while A.J. earned an extra $115 for his big bass winner.
Four of the five LeFlore County OK Kids baseball teams opened state tournament play with wins.
At the OK Kids Prep State Tournament at Woodward, the Panama Boomers edged the Pauls Valley Panthers 6-5 in Tuesdayâ€™s opener.
At the OK Kids Midget State Tournament on Tuesday in Blanchard, the Howe Lions beat the Roff Tigers 7-2.
The Heavener Thunder won its first game at the OK Kids Peewee State Tournament on Tuesday in Weatherford, nipping Kingfisher 1-0.
The Wister Wildcats defeated Henryetta 10-3 in Tuesdayâ€™s opening-round game of the OK Kids Coach-Pitch State Tournament in Weatherford.
Summertime Classic Factory Stock Twin 20s and Regular Point Races
Editorâ€™s note: In all races and point standings, each division will have the top three and any other local racers.
Factory Stock Feature Race No. 1
1. Kyle McAllister, Fort Smith, Ark.; 2. Shannon Cox, Greenwood, Ark.; 3. Jerome Heintich, Huntsville, Ark.
Factory Stock Feature Race No. 2
1. Kyle McAllister, Fort Smith; 2. Shannon Cox, Greenwood; 3. Darren Scott, Springdale, Ark.
Pure Stock Race
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) â€” On a sparkling summer night in the Upper Midwest, baseball generations joined up and prepared to pass.
Derek Jeter, the 40-year-old face of baseball, bid farewell to the All-Star game at the same time 22-year-old Mike Trout became the second-youngest player to earn Most Valuable Player honors at the showcase.
Last May, Poteau High School golfer Hannah Ward three-peated as Class 4A state champion to end her prep career. Last weekend, two golfers did likewise.
Ward's coach, Randall Wheat and Jonathan Spikes of Danville, Ark., won their third straight Spider Webb Invitational, which took place Saturday and Sunday at Wolf Ridge and Choctaw country clubs.
Wheat and Spikes shot 66s on each day to win by three strokes over the duo of Kale Holton and Jason May, 132 to 135.
Prep Regional Tournament
At Town Creek Park
Panama Boomers 11, Gans Patriots 0
Poteau Pirates 16, Pittsburg Rebels 3
Poteau Pirates 5, Panama Boomers 3
Pittsburg Rebels 15, Gans Patriots 1
Panama Boomers 14, Pittsburg Rebels 1
Poteau Pirates 14, Panama Boomers 0, title game; both teams advance to this weekâ€™s state tournament in Woodward.
Peewee Regional Tournament
Sallisaw Cardinals 5, Spiro Dirtbags 3, completion of Tuesdayâ€™s suspended game
Sallisaw Titans 8, Sallisaw Wildcats 2
Spiro Heat 11, Sallisaw Cardinals 5