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June 12th, 2012
FORT SMITH, Ark. â€” If a team wants to win a game, it cannot give extra chances to the opposition. Unfortunately, that's what happened to the Eastern Oklahoma Riverdawgs Major American Legion baseball team Saturday night at Hunts Park.
A two-out dropped fly ball in the second inning opened the floodgates, which was taken advantage of by Kerwins. Kerwins scored five unearned runs in that frame en route to an 11-0 four-inning, run-rule win in the title game of the Maurice Katzer Tournament.
PRYOR â€” Two Poteau High School golfers won their respective division titles at Friday's South Central Professional Golf Association Tournament at Pryor Creek Golf Course.
Hannah Ward, who won the Class 4A State Tournament May 3 at Oklahoma City's Lake Hefner South Golf Course to help the Lady Pirates won the state title, won the girls with a 76 â€” eight shots better than the runner-up finisher.
In the boys age 15-18 division, Cody Shore won the title with a 76, while Connor Wheat was seventh (81) and John Scott Sanders was 14th (84).
There will be a LeFlore County high school fast-pitch softball player hitting the field for the last time this afternoon at the University of Oklahoma Softball Complex.
Poteau's Briley Benson will represent the county for the Middle East team in the Oklahoma Fast-Pitch Softball Coaches Association All-State Games today at OU. The Middle School All-State Game between Benson's East team and the West will take place at 1 p.m.
FORT SMITH, Ark. â€” It took 12 innings, but the Eastern Oklahoma Riverdawgs Major American Legion baseball team won its Maurice Katzer Tournament opener.
The Riverdawgs scratched across a run in the 12th inning to down Russellville, Ark., by a score of 7-6 Thursday night at Hunts Park.
The â€™Dawgs (4-5) were to play Midwest Friday afternoon, then they will play in the championship game at 6 p.m. tonight at Hunts Park.
Spiro's Jeff Walden hit a Texas-League bloop RBI single in the 12th inning to score Spiro's Shane Thompson with the game-winning run.