Archive - Sports Article
March 28th, 2014
lub had its fourth tournament of the 2014 circuit Sunday at Lake Eufaula. There were 23 boats with anglers who caught 31 fish weighing a collective 91.28 pounds. Each fish averaged 2.94 pounds, but only one limit was caught.
Dennis Roper and Jeff Hardin won the tournament with 14.32 pounds caught to earn them $550.
Heath Watkins and Paul Larosa were second (11.61 pounds, $330), while Haskell and A.J. Higgins were third (11.42 pounds, $220) that included A.J.'s big bass weighing 4.97 pounds to earn an additional $220.
1. Chelsea Davis, 2. Trey Thornburg, 3. Landon Joyce, 4. Landon Cardwell, 5. Jerry Hurt.
1. Hayden Holland, 2. Dayton Martinez, 3. Caleb Bellew, 4. Joe Fisher, Chris Richards.
1. Chris Richards
1. Jonathan Lem, 2. Cole Hedspeth.
1. Jonathan Lem, 2. Jordan Thomas
1. Dalton Hill
1. Lucas Maloney, 2. Shooter Johnson, 3. Trevor Tankersley.
1. Cohl Hinton, 2. Aden Elmore, 3. Fisher Moon.
1. Railn Jordan, 2. Fisher Moon, 3. Shooter Johnson.
The Heavener Lady Wolves have not won a county softball title since 2003. However, if the seeding for the 2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Tournament holds true, the drought will end.
The Lady Wolves were awarded the top seed of the 2014 LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Tournament at Wednesday night's seeding meeting at Western Sizzlin'.
Pocola was given the No. 2 seed, with Whitesboro third. Poteau, the five-time defending slow-pitch champions, got the fourth seed.
Wister is the fifth, followed by Panama, Cameron, Howe, Spiro, Arkoma, Talihina and Leflore.
The Carl Albert State College Vikings softball team split its home doubleheader Thursday afternoon Murray State College. The Lady Vikings won the nightcap 3-0 after losing the opener 7-1.
The Lady Vikings will return home Saturday afternoon for a 2 p.m. doubleheader against Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa.
WILBURTON â€” The Carl Albert State College baseball team suffered its fifth straight loss of the season Tuesday night, falling 9-1 to archrival Eastern Oklahoma State College.
Weather permitting, the Vikings will return home to entertain Rose State College for a doubleheader beginning at 2 this afternoon at Ival Goodman Field.
Then, the Vikings will have the rematch with their archrivals from Wilburton in a doubleheader beginning at 1 p.m. Saturday at Ival Goodman Field.
BROKEN BOW â€” Cameron senior golfer Kody Whitehead was runner-up medalist at the Broken Bow Invitational, which took place Tuesday at Cedar Creek Golf Course. The two-time state qualifier shot an 81.
USRA A Modified Feature
1. George Martin, Fort Smith, Ark.; 2. Stephen Muilenburg, Sparta, Mo.; 3. Lonnie Robbins, Alma, Ark.; 4. Brian Williams, Fayetteville, Ark.; 5. Brian Parker, Pryor; 6. Jeremy Vaughn, Pocola; 7. Dan Morris, Fort Gibson; 8. Andy Morris, Okay; 9. Jacob Stoll, Mounds; 10. Daniel Tarkington, Chectoah; 11. Kyle Ledford, Hackett, Ark.; 12. Patrick Goodnight, Braggs; 13. Johnny Bone Jr., Pea Ridge, Ark.; 14. Gene Nicholas, Lowell, Ark.; 15. Chris Lewis, Springdale, Ark.; 16. Brent Holman, Rogers, Ark.; 17. Ted Bayouth, Sapulpa.
CAMERON â€” In a potential winner's-bracket final in next week's LeFlore County Tournament, the Cameron Yellowjackets got a two-out, Texas League bloop RBI single by Samuel Humphries in the eighth inning for a 5-4 victory over the Heavener Wolves on Tuesday afternoon.
POCOLA â€” The Wister Wildcats came north Tuesday afternoon to face the undefeated Pocola Indians. Wister plated seven runs in the second inning and six more in the sixth, handing Pocola its first loss of the season, 15-5, in six innings of play.