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May 22nd, 2012

Howe Basketball Camp

May 22, 2012

Sunny Shriners

May 22, 2012

Sports Briefs

May 22, 2012

The 2012 Poteau Cross Country Booster Club Running Camp will be from 8 to 11 a.m. Wednesday through Friday at Costner Stadium. Entry fee is $40 per camper. The camp is open to boys and girls ages 5 through 12.
Registration will also take place from 7:30 to 8 p.m. Wednesday.
For additional information, call Tim Hall at (918) 839-3857 or Whitney Kirby at (918) 413-4200.
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The Wolf Ridge Women's Golf Association seventh annual 2-Lady Invitational Scramble will begin with a shotgun start at 9 a.m. this morning at Wolf Ridge Golf Course.

May 19th

Poteau OK Kids League Schedule

May 19, 2012

Editor's Note — Due to a publishing error, this week's schedule failed to get published into Saturday's physical edition of The Poteau Daily News. The Poteau Daily News regrets any inconvenience this caused.
Coach Pitch League
Monday's Games
Spiro Reds vs. Poteau Bombers, Pocola Mudcats vs. Spiro Dirtbags, Wister Wildcats vs. Heavener Hurricanes, Heavener Thunder vs. Heavener Titans, Poteau Drillers vs. Panama Sooners, Spiro L'il Giants vs. Spiro Diamondbacks.
Thursday's Games

Poteau soccer players get honored at end-of-year celebration; Pirate trio named to East All-State Soccer Team

May 19, 2012

Several Poteau High School soccer players were honored at the end-of-the-year celebration earlier this week.
For the Pirates, Zack Roebuck was named the Most Valuable Player for the season and the MVP Defensive Player.
Jesse Woodson,Blake Williams and Spencer Hall were named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association's East All-State Team.
Hall was also named the MVP Midfielder, while Roebuck, Kendrick Hardaway, Kyle Matos, Justin Barnes and Dylan Stone were named to the All-District 4A-6 Team.
Williams was named the MVP Offensive Player, while Ashby Clark was named the MVP Newcomer.

Lady Pirate Soccer Award Winners

May 19, 2012

'Mud Ducks' coming to town; sixth annual Mark Sullivan Junior Golf Camp Tuesday through Thursday at Choctaw Country Club

May 19, 2012

There are some “Mud Ducks” on the horizon. The sixth annual Mark “Mud Duck” Sullivan Junior Golf Camp will take place from 9 a.m. to noon Tuesday and Wednesday, while the final day of camp will be from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday at Choctaw Country Club. The camp is open to boys and girls of all ages. Entry fee is $20 per camper.
Instructors will be Poteau golf coaches Mike Thomas and Randall Wheat, along with Andy Perdue and the high school golf teams.

Poteau wrestling coach named Region 6 Coach of the Year

May 19, 2012

For Poteau Pirates Wrestling Coach Chris Barbee, it's not about awards, it's about the athletes. However, for one moment, it is about him.
Barbee, who completed his second season with the Pirates, was named the Region 6 Wrestling Coach of the Year.
“It was very humbling,” Barbee said. “It was really kind of unexpected. Like I tell people, I didn't get into coaching to win awards. I got into coaching because I love the sport and I love to teach it to young kids. I was just fortunate enough to win the award, and I'm very humble.”

Locust Grove assistant coach takes over Heavener football

May 19, 2012

HEAVENER — Sometimes there are things which catch the human eyes that cannot be forgotten. That seems to be the case with Heavener High School's new football coach.
When Locust Grove Offensive Coordinator Carl Lee saw the Heavener Wolves a couple summers ago, he thought they could be a good football team. Now, he'll get the chance to witness that up close and personal.
Lee was hired as the new Wolves' football coach, replacing John Thompson who stepped down after last season's playoff campaign.

Talihina boys coach leaving for Stuart; Assistant girls coach, softball coach stepping in

May 19, 2012

After one year as coach of the Talihina Golden Tigers basketball team, Coach Darrick Farriell is moving on.
Farriell will become the new coach of the Stuart Hornets.
“It was a job I had my eye on for a while,” Farriell said. “It's a basketball-baseball school. You get to start playing a month early, and have that much more practice time — unlike a football school. It's a small school. The kids work hard there, and that was something that made me excited.”

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