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BOKOSHE â€” The Arkoma Lady Mustangs, the host Bokoshe Lady Tigers, the Howe Lady Lions and the Panama Lady Razorbacks posted opening-round victories in the 2013 Green Valley Conference Tournament on Tuesday at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse.
The Lady Mustangs corraled the McCurtain Lady Bulldogs 75-50, the Lady Tigers got past the Wister Lady Wildcats 57-46, Howe routed Keota 82-39 in a battle of Lady Lions and the Lady â€™Backs beat the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets 56-25.
The Poteau Pirates wrestling team may not be at full strength yet due to several wrestlers on the football team that's going for the state title Saturday afternoon, but the ones who are out will begin their season with their home opener against the Van Buren (Ark.) Pointers at 7 p.m. Thursday at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse. The junior high dual will begin at 6 p.m.
10 a.m. â€” Poteau vs. Hartshorne
1 p.m. â€” Spiro vs. Eufaula
4 p.m. â€” Red Oak vs. Wright City
7 p.m. â€” Stigler vs. Wilburton
10 a.m. â€” Spiro-Eufaula winner vs. Red Oak-Wright City winner
1 p.m. â€” Poteau-Hartshorne loser vs. Stigler-Wilburton loser
4 p.m. â€” Spiro-Eufaula loser vs. Red Oak-Wright City loser
7 p.m. â€” Poteau-Hartshorne winner vs. Stigler-Wilburton winner
1 p.m. â€” Consolation Championship
4 p.m. â€” Third-Place Game
7 p.m. â€” Championship
11:30 a.m. â€” Spiro vs. Hartshorne
2:30 p.m. â€” Spiro JV vs. Red Oak
There's no doubt who the big winner was in the world of LeFlore County basketball â€” Mother Nature.
All games from Thursday through Saturday last week were canceled due to the wintry weather. Most of those games will be made up, although Wister's games at the Pick and Shovel Classic in Hartshorne will likely not be rescheduled.
Also, both Mother Nature and the rescheduled high school football playoffs have played havoc with this week's schedule as well.
The Poteau High School wrestling team will begin the 2013-14 season tonight in a road dual against Quinton beginning at 7 p.m.
Then, the Pirates will entertain the Van Buren (Ark.) Pointers in the home opener at 7 p.m. Thursday at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
The Pirates will not have their full team quite yet due to several of them playing for the Pirates football team in Saturday afternoon's Class 4A state title game.
The good news is the Poteau Pirates and the Talihina Golden Tigers didn't lose this weekend on the gridiron. Of course, they didn't win, either.
The big winner this weekend in the world of high school football was Mother Nature. The wintry weather statewide made the Oklahoma Secondary Schools Activities Association cancel all the high school playoffs this weekend and essentially push the games to a week later â€” thus the Class 3A, 2A and A state title games will take place the weekend before Christmas.
This week's wintry weather has not only affected the high school football playoffs, but actually both the weather and the weather-related rescheduled high school football playoffs have made next week's tournaments do some tweaking of their schedules.
The Green Valley Conference Tournament, which was slated to begin Monday at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse, will now begin Tuesday with the girls games due to weather conditions.