October 12th, 2014
PORUM â€” The Porum Panthers proved to be too much for the visiting Arkoma Mustangs as they beat the locals 58-8 in a District B-4 contest Friday night.
COUNCIL HILL â€” The Bokoshe Tigers will have to wait one more week to get win No. 1 on the season.
The Tigers fell 42-6 to the homestanding Midway Chargers in a District C-4 game Friday night.
STIGLER â€” Just like in their District 3A-8 opener two weeks ago against Eufaula, turnovers doomed the Heavener Wolves.
Three second-half turnovers led to three Stigler touchdowns as the Panthers clawed the Wolves 32-6 in a district game Friday night.
Two first half scores propelled the Pocola Indians over the Liberty Tigers 13-0 on a sloppy, rainy Friday night at John Carter Field.
Panama Razorbacks foiled the homestanding Foyil Panthers 40-2 in a non-district game Friday night in Foyil.
"We played well in the first quarter," Panama coach Brandon Ellis said.
The Razorbacks (4-2) scored four touchdowns in the first quarter, then â€ś... in the second quarter we kind of fell apart and they scored a safety on us," Ellis said.
The Spiro Bulldogs will have to wait another day to return to their winning ways on the gridiron.
The Bulldogs' home non-district game with Class 2A's 10th-ranked Stroud Tigers was canceled due to Friday night's storms in and around Spiro's McClain Stadium. The Tigers' coaches said if the game could not be started around 8:15 p.m. Friday, they did not want to start the game â€” since the Tigers (5-0) had about a 2.5-hour journey back home.
The Stilwell Indians were the misfortunate ones in the Poteau Pirates' path after the Pirates suffered a heart-breaking loss last week to the Tulsa Metro Christian Patriots.
The Pirates dominated the Indians to claim a 52-0 District 4A-4 victory on a rainy Friday night in Stilwell.
SHAWNEE â€” The Wister Lady Wildcats softball team was hoping to do something it didnâ€™t do last spring at the state tournament, win at least one game. Unfortunately, that didnâ€™t happen.
The Lady Wildcats suffered an 8-1 loss to the Dale Lady Pirates in Thursday afternoonâ€™s Class 2A State Tournament quarterfinals at the Ball Fields at Firelake.
The Lady â€™Cats end the season at 21-9.