Archive - Sports Article
January 12th, 2012
PANAMA â€” A strong second-half performance enabled the Panama Razorbacks to rally from a one-point halftime deficit to down the Arkoma Mustangs 47-38 Tuesday night at the Panama Gym.
Talihina 51, Pocola 49, OT: In Talihina, the Indians outscored the Golden Tigers 12-7 in the final period to knot the game at 42-all at the end of regulation, Talihina outscored Pocola 9-7 in the extra period.
Heavener 55, Wilburton 51: In Heavener, trailing 21-20 at halftime, the Wolves (5-5) outscored the Diggers 35-30 in the second half to get the win.
TALIHINA â€” The Talihina Lady Golden Tigers bounced back from Saturday night's title game loss in the Longhorn Invitational Tournament in Lone Grove by defeating the Pocola Lady Indians 49-35 Tuesday night at Ray Henson Gymnasium.
Panama 49, Arkoma 34: In Panama, the Lady Razorbacks used a strong second half to break a first-half deadlock.
With the game tied at 20-all at halftime, the Lady â€™Backs outscored the Lady Mustangs 29-14 in the second half to win going away on a night the Panama softball players got awarded their state rings for winning last fall's Class 2A State Tournament title.
STILWELL â€” The Poteau Pirates wrestling team posted a 37-29 road dual win over the Stilwell Indians Tuesday night.
The Pirates (11-5) won seven matches on the night, of which four were by pins by Devin Anderson (120 pounds), Tyler Tustin (132), Derek Francis (170) and Gabe Sanchez (195).
Will Longenbaugh got a decision win at 126 pounds, Khy Mote got a major decision at 160 and Tanner Sanders won by forfeit at 145.
It was the second time the Pirates beat the Indians. Poteau defeated Stilwell 54-15 during the Jay Border Wars last month. This time around, it was not quite the same.
Tuesday night, I headed out to the Kiamichi Technology Center for the public comment meeting concerning proposed changes in Wildlife Department regulations. The two main changes that I am interested in deal with baiting on wildlife management areas and the expanding of bear season.
WILBURTON â€” Behind aggressive guard play and forcing the Eastern Oklahoma State College Lady Mountaineers into 24 turnovers, the Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings won 62-59 on Monday night at Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse.
Despite having five double-figure scorers, the CASC Vikings lost 88-73 to the 14th-ranked EOSC Mountaineers in the second game on Monday night.
The CASC teams will return to action Thursday night in El Reno against Redlands Community College. The women's game will begin at 6 p.m., followed by the men's contest at 8 p.m.
ARKOMA â€” A strong second half enabled the Cameron Yellowjackets to defeat the Arkoma Mustangs 65-48 Monday night at the Arkoma Gym.
Wister 53, Bokoshe 7: In Bokoshe, the Wildcats (9-5) jumped out to a 19-3 lead after one period to take control of the game.
BOKOSHE â€” Down by as much as seven points, the Bokoshe Lady Tigers used a strong second half, and a stronger fourth quarter in particular, to rally for a 45-40 come-from-behind victory over the Wister Lady Wildcats Monday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse.
Arkoma 49, Cameron 29: In Arkoma, the Lady Mustangs (10-2) jumped out to a 14-4 lead after one period and never looked back.