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October 18th, 2014

CASC basketball teams welcome new assistant coaches this season

October 18, 2014

The Carl Albert State College basketball teams each will have new assistant coaches. Kaylena Andersen will be CASC women’s coach Jeff Tadtman’s assistant, while Ronnie Williford Jr. will be CASC men’s coach Mike St. John’s assistant.

Former Lady Vikings hoopsters sign with four-year schools; Carl Albert State College teams sign new players

October 18, 2014

Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings Bernice Satterwhite and Kasuela Cooper have signed letters of intent to continue their basketball careers at four-year schools.
Satterwhite, a 5-6 sophomore point guard from Cincinnati, signed a NCAA Division II letter of intent with Minot State University in Minot, N.D.
Cooper, a 6-1post player from Charleston, Mo., signed a NCAA Division II letter of intent with Virginia State University in Ettrick, Va.
The Vikings and Lady Vikings also signed three new players.

October 17th

Arkoma Mustangs come up short against Haileyville Warriors

October 17, 2014

ARKOMA — The good news for the Arkoma Mustangs is they played one of their best games of the season since their season-opening win over county rival Bokoshe. Unfortunately, the losing streak did not end for the locals.
The Haileyville Warriors, who went the last two-plus seasons winless, notched a road win with a 62-36 victory over the Mustangs in a District B-4 contest Thursday night at Mustang Field.

Spiro Bulldogs fall to Idabel

October 17, 2014

IDABEL — The Spiro Bulldogs suffered a 69-39 road loss to the Idabel Warriors in a District 3A-8 contest Thursday night.

Heavener cross country runners seek state berths at regional meet

October 17, 2014

The postseason has arrived for the Heavener High School cross country teams as they will run in the Class 3A Regional Meet beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday in Henryetta. The Lady Wolves will run first, followed by the Wolves.
The top five teams will automatically qualify all their runners to next weekend’s Class 3A State Meet, which will take place at Shawnee’s Gordon Cooper Vo-Tech Center. The top five individuals who are not on one of the top five state-qualifying teams also will make state as an individual.

Poteau BalloonFest begins today

October 17, 2014

The Poteau BalloonFest began at noon today. Some of the riders from RaceDay Park Mx will ride their dirt bikes in “The Dirt Bike Rodeo” at Phil Gardenhire Arena. They'll be the entertainment in between Derek Cook's motocross jumps and flips. If you've never watched Derek and his crew flip motorcycles and jump through the air, you need to come and watch because it's truly amazing.
I got to stand right under the ramp last year and get up close, and I just can't believe what they can really do on a motorcycle.
Save the world, recycle.
God bless our troops and our veterans.

Bokoshe loses to Thackerville

October 17, 2014

BOKOSHE — The good news for the Bokoshe Tigers in Thursday night’s home District C-4 contest against the Thackerville Wildcats at Tiger Stadium was they had a lead. The not-so-good news was the lead did not last as the Wildcats left town with a 52-8 victory.

Heavener falls to Roland

October 17, 2014

HEAVENER — The Heavener Wolves stayed around for a while with the Roland Rangers in Thursday night’s District 3A-8 game at Harvey Stadium, but in the end the visitors left with a 34-7 win.

I'll get a night off tonight for a change

October 17, 2014

Thanks to fall break this week, I'll get a rare Friday night off during football season.
When it's fall break, so many of that week's high school football games are played on Thursday night, and not the customary Friday night.
All eight LeFlore County teams were in action Thursday night, including the renewal of the Pocola-Panama rivalry.
Any Thursday game stories that didn't make today's edition will be published in Saturday's edition.

October 16th

Poteau Pirates too much for Broken Bow

October 17, 2014

Poteau coach Greg Werner said that the Pirates were entering the biggest three-game stretch of the season. The first step was a successful one as the Pirates routed the homestanding Broken Bow Savages 54-7 in a key District 4A-4 contest Thursday night at Memorial Stadium.

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