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January 11th, 2013
LONE GROVE â€” After losing opening-round games on Thursday, the Talihina High School basketball teams both bounced back with consolation semifinals wins in the Lone Grove Invitational on Friday at the Gary Scott Center.
The Golden Tigers got past the Comanche Indians 65-47 to make it to the consolation finals at 2:30 p.m. Saturday against Marlow.
The Lady Golden Tigers preceded their male counterparts with a 64-44 rout of the Comanche Lady Indians. Talihina will meet tournament-host Lone Grove at 1 p.m. Saturday in the consolation finals.
McCURTAIN â€” The Bokoshe High School basketball teams split their Green Valley Conference road games Thursday night with McCurtain. The Lady Tigers handled the Lady Bulldogs 44-40, but the â€˜Dogs were too much for the Tigers in a 68-24 win.
HOWE â€” This afternoon's fifth-place games filled their slots on Thursday at the 2013 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament.
On the girls side, the Poteau/Pansy Kidd Middle School Lady Raiders defeated the Hodgen Lady Bulldogs 29-26, while the Talihina Lady Golden Tigers had to go overtime before knocking off the Heavener Lady Wolves 30-26.
PKMS and Talihina will be the first game of Championship Saturday as they will meet for fifth place at 1 this afternoon at Carl Albert State College's Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
MONROE â€” Four county teams, both Panama squads, the Bokoshe Lady Tigers and the Arkoma Mustangs, made it to Friday's consolation finals with victories Thursday at the Monroe gym in the 2013 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament.
The Lady Razorbacks posted a 46-37 win over the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets, while the Lady Tigers were too much for the Leflore Lady Savages in a 50-38 victory.
On the boys side, the Razorbacks edged the Bokoshe Tigers 38-37, while the Mustangs took a 23-17 halftime lead and were able to keep the Whitesboro Bulldogs at bay for a 47-33 win.
Sunday Couple Scrambles at Wolf Ridge Golf Course will take place at 2 p.m. Sundays.
The entry fee is $15 per person for the nine-hole weekly event. For additional information, call (918) 647-2582.
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The Poteau Lady Pirates Dugout Club is selling personalized bricks to be placed in the backstop at the Poteau High School softball field as a tribute to players, fans, coaches, area businesses, etc. Order forms are available at JOB Construction or Poteau High School. For more information, call (918) 649-7527 or (918) 413-2428.
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HOWE â€” It took an extra three minutes to decide the victor between the Leflore Lady Savages and the Pocola Lady Indians in Wednesday's consolation quarterfinal contest in the 2013 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament.
After Pocola's Lupe Galvan hit a lay-up with about 30 seconds left to tie the game at 21-all to force overtime, the Lady Savages were able to outlast the Lady Indians 27-24 to reach Thursday's consolation semifinals.
The other girls consolation quarterfinal was just as close, and decided by the same score, as the Bokoshe Lady Tigers edged the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs 27-24.
MONROE â€” All that matters is leading at the end of the game â€” just ask the Arkoma Mustangs.
Tanner Sanders' basket with 4.3 seconds left in regulation lifted the Mustangs to a 46-45 win over the Hodgen Bulldogs in consolation quarterfinal action in the 2013 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament on Wednesday night at the Monroe gym.
Three other teams made it to the consolation semifinals. Arkoma's boys faced Whitesboro in one consolation semifinals on Thursday as the Bulldogs defeated the Cameron Yellowjackets 54-35.
LONE GROVE â€” It was a rough start to the 2013 Lone Grove Invitational for the Talihina High School basketball teams on Thursday at the Gary Scott Center.
The Lady Golden Tigers lost 49-45 to the Marlow Lady Outlaws, while the Golden Tigers fell 60-54 to the Walters Blue Devils.
Both Talihina teams will be in the consolation semifinals today. The Lady Golden Tigers will play the Comanche Lady Indians at 10 a.m. Friday with the winner playing for the consolation championship at 1 p.m. Saturday. The loser will play for seventh place at 10 a.m. Saturday.
The Poteau Youth Wrestling Club had 10 members participate in the USJOC Tournament last weekend in Oklahoma City.
Three of those 10 wrestlers placed as Ethan Carey was runner-up and James Moss was fifth in the novice portion of the tournament, while Jarrett Lilley was sixth in the open division.
Other wrestlers who competed but did not place were Talan Fairless, Drew Moro, Remington Reed, Hayden Moro, Luke Brooks, Race Williams, Mason Francis and Jarrod Vineyard.
Brooks, while he did not medal, did receive the Academic All-State and Governorâ€™s Awards.