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September 1st, 2012

Arkoma suffers more than loss at Keota

September 1, 2012

The Arkoma Mustangs took a hard hit on their opening night game against the Keota Lions at Keota in a 60-14 loss on Friday night.
In the opening defensive series, junior fullback Tyler Dailey broke his thumb. That injury would set off a spark of bad luck for the Mustangs (0-1) that will leave them effected for the rest of the season.

Spiro loses road game at Vian, while Pocola rallies against Tulsa Regent Prep

September 1, 2012

The Spiro Bulldogs lost their opener to Class 2A's No. 1-ranked Vian Wolverines in Vian Friday night by a score of 55-6 at Vian.
Pocola's Beau Kerbow scored on a 30-yard touchdown run with 1:43 left to lift the Indians past Tulsa Regent Prep 35-34 Friday night in Coweta.
Look for more details on these games in Tuesday's edition.

Strong second half by Gore lifts Pirates past Panama Razorbacks in season opener

September 1, 2012

PANAMA — For a half, things looked good for the Panama Razorbacks in their season opener Thursday night at George Ollie Stadium.
The Hogs had a 19-7 halftime lead, but a strong second half by Gore allowed the visiting Pirates to leave town with a 35-19 victory.

Poteau freshmen dominate McAlester as they keep their record unblemished

September 1, 2012

McALESTER — For the very first time playing under the name of Pirates, the Poteau freshmen football team proved right from the very start of the game they are worthy of all the pre-season hype as they jumped on McAlester very early and controlled the game. The Pirates won the game 27-8 in their season opener Thursday night at Hook Eales Stadium.

PKMS teams split season openers with Broken Bow Thursday at home

September 1, 2012

It was a good news-bad news situation for the Pansy Kidd Middle School football teams in their season openers against Broken Bow Thursday at Costner Stadium.
The seventh-grade Raiders defeated the Savages 26-6. However, the news was not as good for the eighth-grade Raiders as they fell 16-6 to the Savages.
The PKMS teams will return to action next Thursday with a pair of games against McAlester at Hook Eales Stadium in McAlester. Games will begin at 5 p.m.

Whitesboro girls lose to Eagletown, Bennington in Friday's three-way

September 1, 2012

EAGLETOWN — It was a rough Friday afternoon offensively for the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs on the softball field in Friday's three-way.
The Lady Bulldogs fell 4-0 to the host Eagletown Lady Eagles, then lost 3-1 to the Bennington Lady Bears to end the day.

High School Baseball Roundup

September 1, 2012

BATTIEST — It was a very profitable day for the Whitesboro Bulldogs baseball team as they posted a pair of wins in Thursday's three-way, beating the host Battiest Panthers 9-5 and then edging the Smithville Braves 2-1.
Cameron 7, Crowder 6: In Crowder, a two-out, three-run rally in the seventh inning lifted the Yellowjackets past the Demons.
Samuel Humphries' RBI single and Alex Humphries' two-RBI single, each with two outs, in the seventh inning capped the comeback for the ’Jackets.

Thursday's High School Softball Roundup

September 1, 2012

TAHLEQUAH — One big inning doomed the Poteau Lady Pirates Thursday afternoon in their road loss to the Tahlequah Lady Tigers.
The host team scored five runs in the third inning as the Lady Tigers blanked the Lady Pirates 6-0.
Arkoma 12, Bokoshe 6; Arkoma 5, Bokoshe 1: In Bokoshe, the Lady Mustangs took two games from the Lady Tigers in Green Valley Conference action Thursday afternoon.
Wister 9, Howe 5; Wister 11, Howe 3: In Wister, the Lady Wildcats swept a Green Valley Conference doubleheader from the Lady Lions.

Wonderful Wildcats

September 1, 2012

Poteau cross country teams place fourth at Early Tiger Meet; Heavener teams come in eighth

September 1, 2012

TAHLEQUAH — The Poteau High School cross country teams each placed fourth in Thursday's Early Tiger Meet, while both Heavener squads were eight.
In the girls' 2,000-meter race, the Lady Pirates scored 93 points, coming in behind champion Coweta (39 points), host Tahlequah (58) and Keys (Park Hill) (83). The Lady Wolves scored 208 points.

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