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May 10th, 2013

Wister baseball player signs with Carl Albert

May 10, 2013

WISTER — Earlier this year, Wister baseball player Tyler Gibson signed with Seminole State College. A second Wildcat senior, Colby Turnipseed, signed to play college baseball at Carl Albert State College in a signing ceremony Tuesday morning at the Wister Gym.
“I just like to play college baseball,” Turnipseed said “It’s close to home. I really just want to go in there and do whatever they tell me to do — and play wherever. I’m looking forward to the opportunity. I’m very excited.”

Neff, Tankersly win tournament on Wister

May 10, 2013

The LeFlore County Bass Club had their sixth tournament of the 2013 circuit on Sunday at Wards Landing on Wister Lake. There were 35 boats with 62 anglers who caught 101 fish that had a total weight of 208.96 pounds. The average weight per fish was 2.07 pounds. Nine limits were caught.
Tom Neff and Paul Tankersly took first place with a stringer weighing 17 pounds even, which included Neff’s big bass weighing 5.99 pounds. The duo pocketed $770 for the win, while Neff got an additional $310 for the big bass winner.

May 9th

Spiro boys beat Salina in 3A state quarterfinals; Bulldogs will get rematch with No. 1 Verdigris Friday morning in semifinals

May 9, 2013

EDMOND — Jason Hickman went 2-for-2 with a double, a run batted in and two runs scored to lead the Spiro Bulldogs to a 5-2 victory over the Salina Wildcats in the Class 3A State Tournament quarterfinals Thursday afternoon at Deer Creek High School.
Spiro (27-6) advances to play Verdigris (30-2), a 3-0 winner over Oklahoma Christian earlier Thursday, at 11 a.m. Friday in the state semifinals.
The game will be a rematch of last year's state quarterfinals, which was won by the Cardinals, ranked No. 1 in OKRankings.com, over the ’Dogs 1-0 at Edmond Memorial High School.

Poteau track duo glad to return to state one last time

May 9, 2013

For Poteau Lady Pirates track seniors Colleen Peterson and Latifah Harris, they were hoping that they would return to state in their final season to do so. And they did.
Peterson and Harris, two of the four legs of both the 800-meter and 1,600-meter relays, will get to run at the Class 5A State Meet, which will be Friday and Saturday at Yukon High School’s Miller Stadium.
The duo will be joined by Marissa Smith and Brianna Steele on the 800-meter relay, while Brittany Fox and Kandace Standridge will run with them in the 1,600-meter relay.
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Poteau/Class 5A State Track Meet Qualifiers

Thunder needs to play better in Game 3 than in Game 2

May 9, 2013

OKLAHOMA CITY — After surviving Game 1 of the Western Conference semifinals on Sunday afternoon at home against the Memphis Grizzlies, the Oklahoma City Thunder needed to play better — and make a statement that it is still a title contender.
Without Russell Westbrook, the Thunder has struggled to find a groove, and has been inconsistent to say the least. That trend continued as the Thunder fell 99-93 to Memphis on Tuesday night in Game 2 at Chesapeake Energy Arena, and left the series tied 1-1 heading to Memphis for Games 3 and 4.

Ending turkey season with ‘The Gullible Gobbler’

May 9, 2013

Turkey season has come to a close, and I have a few more pictures and stories to put this season to rest.
First, Parker Cooper of Cameron killed his first gobbler this year. It was a 17-pound bird with 9½-inch beard and ¾-inch spurs. Parker was hunting with Jake French on this hunt.
Butch Parks, Brad Wells and Carl Milligan took birds off our lease near Clayton last week. Butch’s gobbler weighed 21 pounds and had a 9½-inch paintbrush beard.

Heavener High School and OBI partner for blood drive

May 9, 2013

Oklahoma Blood Institute is partnering with Heavener High School to host a blood drive from 8:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m., Monday in the Home Economics room.
OBI provide all blood needed by patients in Choctaw Nation Health Care System and 140 others across the state.
Sign up in Ms. Wiley’s room. All students must have signed permission slips.

WIC can make positive impact

May 9, 2013

The special Supplemental Food Program for Women, Infants, and Children (WIC), available through the LeFlore County Health Department, can make positive changes in the health of pregnant women, infants and children up to five years of age.
 
WIC is a federally funded nutrition education and supplemental food program for pregnant and breastfeeding women, or women who have delivered within the last six months, as well as infants, and children under age five (5). Participants must qualify for the program.   Applicants must qualify within income guidelines, then at nutritional risk through a health assessment. With unemployment rates high at this time, more families are qualifying for this program, not only through income variables but nutritional risk as well due to the fact with less money in the household, nutritious foods are not purchased, which ultimately means less healthy individuals. Please see recent income eligibility guidelines listed below.
 
Once certified, participants will receive food instruments from LeFlore County Health Department to obtain supplemental food items such as milk, cheese, fruit juice high in vitamin C, eggs, iron-fortified formula and cereal, dried beans, peanut butter, tuna and carrots. 
 
The WIC program provides nutrition education to all participants to learn more about nutrition and have questions answered by nutrition professional.
 
The program also introduces participants to other health care services offered within the LeFlore County Health Department such as immunizations, family planning and guidance services.
 
For more information or an appointment please call LeFlore County Health Department at 918-647-8601.
 
LeFlore County Health Department is an equal opportunity provider and employer.

Poteau soccer boys beat Bethany for ticket to 4A state finals; Pirates will face OKC Santa Fe South for 4A title at 7 p.m. Saturday in Tulsa

May 9, 2013

Even though the game was tight on the scoreboard as the Bethany Bronchos from leveled the score at 1 just five minutes into the second half, the Poteau Pirates wore down the Bronchos with wholesale line changes. Finally, the Poteau offensive unit staged an offensive explosion as the Pirates simply blew by the Bronchos with three goals within a five-minute span as Poteau won the game by the score of 4-1 in the Class 4A state semifinals Tuesday night before a festive full house of Poteau fans at Costner Stadium.

CASC baseball sophomore wants to go out strong; Poteau’s Gilstrap may be playing final season of competitive ball

May 9, 2013

The Carl Albert State College Vikings baseball team is opening postseason play tonight when they meet the Western Oklahoma State College at 7 p.m. in the first round of the Region II Tournament at Bartlesville’s Doenges Ballpark.
This postseason parade is especially important to Poteau’s Connor Gilstrap, a sophomore outfielder.

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