October 5th, 2013
HEAVENER â€” The Heavener Wolves gave the fans a barnburner in their first home game of the season, downing Roland in a 20-14 in overtime Friday night at Harvey Stadium in a District 3A-8 contest.
The game was supposed to have been for homecoming, but homecoming festivities have been rescheduled for the Spiro game on Oct. 17.
YUKON â€” The Arkoma Mustangs continued their winning ways Friday night as they routed the Southwest Christian Patriots 48-0 in a District C-4 contest.
IDABEL â€” Spiro was spitting out big plays on both sides of the football Friday night.
The Bulldogs scored four touchdowns on plays of 47 yards or longer, as they remained undefeated in District 3A-8 by toppling the Warriors 46-21.
Poteau 50, Stilwell 12
Heavener 20, Roland 14, OT
Arkoma 48, SW Covenent 0
Spiro 46, Idabel 21
Hartshorne 34, Panama 0
Hugo 59, Pocola 14
Midway at Bokoshe, nothing reported
Talihina at McAlester JV, 7:30 tonight
The Poteau Pirates were playing very sluggish, even though they held a 14-6 advantage midway through the second quarter. That is when the fireworks literally starting exploding all over the place. After a muffed kick and several brilliant returns by Kendrick Hardaway, the Pirates went to the locker room with a 28-6 lead over the Stilwell Indians. The snowball just kept on getting bigger in the second half as the Pirates won the game by the score of 50-12 to make it a happy homecoming before a packed homeside crowd at Costner Stadium.
Class 3A Softball Regional at Oktaha
Heavener 11, Stigler 9
Oktaha 10, Heavener 0, Heavener eliminated
Class 2A Softball Regional at Wister
Panama 9, Pocola 8, Pocola eliminated
Colbert 4, Panama 3, 11 inn., Panama eliminated
Class A Softball Regional at Wright City
Rattan 14, Howe 1, Howe eliminated
Class A Baseball Regional at Byng
Tushka 7, Wister 4, Wister eliminated
Class B Baseball Regional at Red Oak
Leflore 5, Caney 3 Boswell 9, Leflore 5, Leflore eliminated
NEW OFFICERS â€” The Poteau Kiwanis Club had its installation of officers for the new year Thursday night at Warehouse Willy's. From left are Jack Armstrong (treasurer), Jeff Dodd (secretary), Craig Hall (president) and Clayton Griggs (vice-president). Presiding over the installation was Oklahoma Kiwanis Club Lt. Gov. Fay Roswell of Stilwell, second from right.
PDN photo by David Seeley
ST. LOUIS â€” Cassie Bess of Heavener is one of 38 students from across the United States to be awarded a college scholarship from The National Childrenâ€™s Cancer Societyâ€™s Beyond the Cure program. Bess is a junior at Southeastern Oklahoma State University.Â
The Beyond the Cure scholarship program was created to aid young survivors as they move forward with their lives after cancer. This support helps young adults achieve their educational, professional and personal goals.
WISTER â€” In last month's LeFlore County Tournament, the Pocola Lady Indians suffered a 6-0 loss to the Panama Razorbacks. Thursday afternoon in the Class 2A Regional Tournament, it was a different story.
The Lady Indians prevailed over the archrival Lady â€™Backs by a score of 5-1 in the second opening-round game of the regional.
In the first game of the day, the host Wister Lady Wildcats suffered a 1-0 loss to the Colbert Lady Leopards.
At press time, Panama (21-14) faced Wister (17-8) in an elimination game, followed by the winner's-bracket final between Pocola (19-9) and Colbert (22-8).
BYNG â€” Last spring, the Wister Wildcats baseball team saw its streak of making the state tournament come to an end. The â€˜Cats are on the verge of starting a new streak.
The Wildcats upset Class A's top-ranked Byng Pirates on their home field to open play in the Class A Regional Tournament at Stokes Field.
The Wildcats (18-13) played the Latta Panthers later Thursday, with the winner advancing to next week's Class A State Tournament.