February 15th, 2013
Do you remember your first date? Would you rather forget it? The odd and exciting world of dating is the subject of the Good Times Community Theatre League's latest production, "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change!"
Evening performances are set for 7 o'clock Feb. 22-23 and a matinee is scheduled for 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 24.
The show will take place in the Black Box Theatre at the Donald W. Reynolds Community Center in Poteau. Tickets are $10 and must be reserved in advance by calling (918) 647-3079 or e-mailing email@example.com.
LEFLORE â€” It was 2-for-2 for LeFlore County basketball teams at the Class B Regional Tournament on Thursday afternoon at the Leflore High School gym.
The homestanding Savages got past the Eagletown Eagles 54-46 right after the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs routed the Graham (Weleetka) Lady Chieftains 63-35.
KIOWA â€” The Class A playoff run for the Cameron High School basketball teams came to an end Thursday afternoon with losses to Smithville in the Class A Regional Tournament.
The Lady Braves handled the Lady Yellowjackets 49-37 to end their season at 2-23, while the Braves got past the â€™Jackets 49-39 to end their campaign at 9-17.
Just as LeFlore Countyâ€™s Class A and B high school basketball teams are in the middle of their second stage of postseason play, the countyâ€™s Class 4A, 3A and 2A teams will finally get to begin their â€śsecond seasonâ€ť tonight and Saturday night in district tournaments.
Class 4A District Tournament
Stilwell at Poteau, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Class 3A District Tournament
Hartshorne at Heavener, 6:30 and 8 p.m.
Class 2A District Tournaments
Pocola girls vs. Sallisaw-Central, 6:30 p.m.
Panama boys vs. Pocola, 8 p.m.
Canadian girls vs. Tushka, 6:30 p.m.
The good news is the Poteau High School basketball teams were awarded being hosts for Friday nightâ€™s Class 4A District Tournament at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
The bad news is the Pirates will have to meet the Stilwell Indians, who have beaten them twice â€” 43-37 on Dec. 17 in Stilwell and 74-47 on Feb. 1 at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
If the third time is to be the charm when the Pirates play the Indians at 8 p.m. Friday after the girls contest at 6:30 p.m., three key things will need to happen â€” at least in one seniorâ€™s opinion.
On Thursday of last week, I left home to attend â€śUncleâ€ť Don Barnes' funeral service. Howard â€śRoy D. Mercerâ€ť Cagle had a sheet of plywood he was delivering to my shop. Now, here's where things get complicated.
Things will heat up today when the 17th annual Chili Cooking Contest kicks off at Carl Albert State College.
The competition will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on the second floor of the Costner-Balentine Student Center.Â Â
Tickets are $7 and cover all-you-can-eat chili, hot dogs, drinks and desserts.
Prizes will be awarded to those who make the tastiest chili. Several door prizes will also be given away and a silent auction will feature an array of items.
Six Poteau High School wrestlers will have one last chance to make it to state before hanging up their singlets for good.
Will Longenbaugh (126 pounds), Tyler Tustin (138), Grant Wilson (152), Kyle Kingrey (160), Derek Francis (170) and Gabe Sanchez (195) will participate in the two-day Class 4A regional Tournament in Glenpool, which will begin Friday.
Talihina's wrestlers will be in the Class 3A Regional Tournament the same two days at Berryhill High School in Tulsa in hopes of making state.
The Wister athletes are giving away a Massimo gas powered buggy along with many other prizes including several guns on Saturday. A $20 ticket will get you a chili dinner for you and your family, and a chance to win the many prizes.
The last ticket drawn will win the buggy, and they give away something every 25 or 50 tickets. It is a good time with good people for a good cause.
If you havenâ€™t got your ticket yet, go see a Wister athlete or head down to Wister Food and pick one up. However, you better hurry because they are going fast.
Have a great week!
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