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October 28th, 2012
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ARKOMA â€” The Arkoma Mustangs football team can achieve a .500 season by winning its final two games of the season. The locals took care of the first game.
The Mustangs celebrated Senior Night with a 54-8 rout of Southwest Christian on Friday night at Mustang Field.
The Mustangs (4-5) can end their season at .500 with a District C-4 victory at 7:30 p.m. next Friday at Webbers Falls.
HEAVENER â€” The Heavener Wolves football team, which was eliminated from Class 3A playoff contention last week, at least ended the home season on a high note Friday night at Harvey Stadium.
The Wolves handled the Idabel Warriors for a 41-18 victory to end a four-game losing streak.
ROLAND â€” After trailing by three touchdowns, the Spiro Bulldogs fought back to within four points with a big third quarter. However, the rally came up short as they lost to the Roland Rangers by a score of 36-24 Friday night in a crucial District 3A-8 contest.
BROKEN BOW â€” This games had more ups and downs than the roller coaster ride at Coney Island. The Poteau Pirates fought back to tie the score at 7-7, and then it appeared that the sky simply fell in on them. The Savages scored 16 unanswered points on the Pirates, and it appeared that life support was about to be pulled.
Poteau scored on a 77-yard run by Roger Barcheers and then held the Savages. Poteau had a shot to score on the last play of the game, but could not make connections.
PANAMA â€” The Panama Razorbacks faced their ol' Leflore county rivlal the Pocola Indians Friday night at George Ollie Stadium with playoff implications for both teams. The Razorbacks came out victorious by a score of 20-14, with one of their touchdowns coming from the defensive side of the ball.
The win, coupled with Hugo's 35-22 upset win over Wilburton on Friday night, gave the Razorbacks (4-5 overall, 3-2 in District 2A-6 play) third place, regardless of what happens on Senior Night next Friday night against Vian.
SAVANNA â€” Talihina's Golden Tigers took it on the chin Friday night, fighting the cold and losing 33-6 to the Savanna Bulldogs in a big District A-6 contest.
The Golden Tigers (8-1 overall, 4-1 in district play) will close out the regular season at 7:30 p.m. next Friday against the Gore Pirates at Doc Robinson Stadium for Senior Night for a shot at a share of the district championship.
Broken Bow 23, Poteau 15
Panama 20, Pocola 14
Arkoma 54, SW Christian 8
Heavener 41, Idabel 18
Roland 36, Spiro 24
Savanna 33, Talihina 6
When the final three football games of the season were approaching, the Poteau Pirates knew that they had to go 3-0 to make the playoffs.
The Pirates took care of the first game, a 41-21 win over Muldrow on Oct. 18 at Costner Stadium.
â€śWe played real well,â€ť said Greg Werner, Poteau's first-year coach. â€śMuldrow is a team that's played a lot of people close. It felt good to get that one out of the way, and get back to our winning ways. Hopefully, we can get on a roll again. We're beat up, but we're ready to go.â€ť
If one visits the Pocola High School football fieldhouse, a clock is hanging on the wall which counts down the number of days, hours, minutes and seconds until the next Pocola-Panama football game. That clock will hit zero at 7:30 tonight when the two archrivals meet at Panama's George Ollie Stadium in a crucial District 2A-6 contest.