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PANAMA â€” The Panama High School basketball teams split their homecoming games Friday night with Cameron. The Lady Razorbacks held off the Lady Yellowjackets 52-49, but the â€™Jackets stung the Hogs 90-70.
In the girls contest, the Lady Razorbacks, who got the first win for new coach Billy Leaptrot, trailed 9-5 after a period, but outscored the Lady Yellowjackets in the second period by seven points, 18-11, to take a 23-20 lead at halftime.
NORMAN â€” The Oklahoma State Cowboys entered Saturday afternoon's Bedlam game at a chilly, drizzly Owen Field on a five-game losing streak. In order to become bowl eligible, the Pokes had to beat their Bedlam rival Oklahoma Sooners on their field â€” and that's exactly what they did.
WILBURTON â€” After the Howe Lions and the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs won team trophies on Friday at the 2014 Eastern Oklahoma State College Classic at Claud C. Dunlap Fieldhouse, six more LeFlore County teams followed suit later before the weekend ended.
HARTFORD, Ark. â€” The Heavener Lady Wolves ended their weekend on a high note as they routed Umpire, Ark., 71-21 on Saturday afternoon to win the third-place game of the Gary Ford Invitational.
HARTSHORNE â€” The Wister High School basketball teams split their consolation finals Saturday afternoon at the Pick and Shovel Classic. The Wildcats beat the Morris Eagles 59-53 to win the consolation championship, but the Lady Wildcats lost 61-55 in their consolation championship to the host Hartshorne Lady Miners.
PANAMA â€” Archrivals Pocola and Panama split their high school basketball games Thursday night at the Panama Gym. The Lady Indians won the girls game 60-46, but the Razorbacks prevailed in the boys contest 55-50 for their first win for new coach Wes Tackett.
In the girls game, the Lady Indians jumped out to an 11-7 lead after a period en route to a 28-14 lead at halftime.
Behind five double-figure scorers and great second-half defense, the Carl Albert State College Vikings won 80-68 over the Seminole State College Trojans on Thursday night at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
Getting 20 points and 11 rebounds from Whitney Stotler proved to be the difference for the Lady BellesÂ in their 78-66 win over the Lady Vikings.
The CASC teams will be off until the spring semester when they return to action Jan. 6 for road games against Coffeyville [Kan.] Community College. The womenâ€™s game will be at 6 p.m., followed by the menâ€™s contest at 8 p.m.
It was a rough start to the 2014-15 basketball season for Poteau High School on Friday night at McAlester High Schoolâ€™s Brumley Gym.
A fourth-quarter spurt by the host Buffaloes helped get the game tied, then they dominated the overtime period en route to a 58-49 win over the Pirates to spoil the debut of new Poteau boys coach Todd Hackler.
The Lady Buffaloes were too much for the Lady Pirates as they beat Poteau 58-32.