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April 12th, 2014

Pocola, Spiro boys make championship semifinals at 2014 Tiger Shootout; Indians, Bulldogs destined to meet in today's finals

April 12, 2014

SALLISAW — The Pocola Indians and the Spiro Bulldogs each won their opening-round game in the 2014 Tiger Shootout on Thursday.
The Indians beat the Muldrow Bulldogs 8-3, while the ’Dogs routed the Roland Rangers 15-0.
Pocola met Vian on Friday afternoon right before Spiro faced Westville in the championship semifinals. The winners will meet at 5 today for the title, while the losers will play at 2:30 this afternoon for third place.

Arkoma boys fall to McCurtain

April 12, 2014

McCURTAIN — The Arkoma Mustangs suffered a 10-2 road loss to the McCurtain Bulldogs on Thursday afternoon in a game called in the sixth inning due to the run rule.
Thanks to an RBI triple by Josh Marion in the first inning, the Mustangs took a 2-0 lead.
The Bulldogs tied the game in their half of the inning, then slowly pulled away. A sixth-inning run put the game into run-rule status.

Poteau boys make Coal Mining Classic championship semifinals; Heavener Wolves go 1-1 on opening day

April 12, 2014

The Poteau Pirates baseball team won its opening-round game in the Coal Mining Classic on Thursday night in Wilburton, doubling the Stigler Panthers 8-4.
The Pirates played in the championship semifinals Friday night in Wilburton, with a win putting them into this afternoon's title game at 3:30 p.m. in Hartshorne. A loss Friday night put them into the third-place game at 1:15 this afternoon.

CASC baseball team splits road doubleheader against NOC-Tonkawa; Same two teams meet this afternoon at Ival Goodman Field

April 12, 2014

TONKAWA — The Carl Albert State College baseball team split its road doubleheader Thursday afternoon against the Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Mavericks. The Vikings held on to win the nightcap 9-8 after losing the opener 4-3 in eight innings.
The same two teams will go at it in a doubleheader beginning at 1:30 this afternoon at Ival Goodman Field.

NEO women sweep softball pair from Carl Albert Lady Vikings; Lady Vikings meet archrival Eastern this afternoon in Wilburton

April 12, 2014

MIAMI, Okla. — The Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings softball team suffered a pair of losses Thursday afternoon against Northeastern Oklahoma A&M, which took both games by run-rule victories. After taking the opener 14-5 in five innings, the Lady Norse took the nightcap 10-1 in six innings.
The Lady Vikings will hit the road today to face their archrivals, the Eastern Oklahoma State College Lady Mountaineers, in a 2 p.m. doubleheader in Wilburton.

April 11th

Heavener girls outlast Pocola to claim county title; Lady Indians hand Lady Wolves first loss of season; defending champion Poteau finishes third

April 11, 2014

Thursday night was filled with good and not-so-good news for the Heavener Lady Wolves softball team as the 2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Softball Tournament ended at the Poteau Area Recreational Complex.
The not-so-good news was the Lady Wolves suffered their first loss of the 2014 slow-pitch season when the Pocola Lady Indians run ruled them 12-4 in five innings after losing to Heavener 10-2 in a run-ruled contest in the winner's-bracket final.

Host Wister, Panama, Leflore, Red Oak reach championship semifinals of Wister Tournament; Championship game slated for Saturday afternoon, but game times moved up an hour

April 11, 2014

WISTER — Friday's championship semifinals of the Wister Tournament had an all-area flavor to them.
The host Wildcats along with the Panama Razorbacks, the Leflore Savages and the Red Oak Eagles all made the championship semifinals with Thursday victories.
The host ’Cats handled the Whitesboro Bulldogs 13-3, while the Hogs did likewise against the Howe Lions by a score of 12-2 on one side of the bracket.

Roberts, Denton win Dakota McCoy Memorial Tournament

April 11, 2014

The Dakota McCoy Memorial Bass Tournament took place Saturday on Wards Landing at Wister Lake. There were 18 boats filled with anglers who caught 38 bass that collectively weighed 93.1 pounds. Each fish averaged 2.45 pounds, with four limits caught.
Jason Roberts and Bobby Denton won the event with 16.55 pounds to earn them $430.
Dennis Gullick and Danny Breashears were second to earn $250 thanks to hauling in 15.08 pounds of bass — 4.96 pounds of which was thanks to Danny's big bass winner — dubbed “The Ram Beast of the Week” — to earn him an additional $170.

Tri-State Speedway Results

April 11, 2014

Tri-State Speedway, Pocola

Pure Stock Race
1. Marshall Penson, Van Buren, Ark.; 2. Zane Hunter, Alma, Ark.; 3. Daniel Tarkington, Checotah; 4. Jim Richesin, Van Buren; 5. Chad Warren, Fort Smith, Ark.; 6. J.P. Harris, Bella Vista, Ark.; 7. Paul Dilbeck, Gentry, Ark.; 8. Fred Ross, Eufaula.
A Modified Race

Poteau soccer boys handle Sequoyah-Claremore Eagles; Pirates, Lady Pirates have big district road games tonight against Fort Gibson Tigers, Lady Tigers

April 11, 2014

CLAREMORE — The Poteau Pirates soccer team picked up a district road victory Tuesday night, beating the Sequoyah-Claremore Eagles 5-1.
The Lady Pirates did not officially play a game, but did meet in a scrimmage, with Allison Stone's goal tying the game at 1. The contest did not count toward the Lady Pirates' win-loss record.

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