January 26th, 2012
HULBERT â€” The Talihina High School wrestling team was hoping to not only get its second dual win of the season, but its second dual win of this season's Class 3A District Duals Tuesday night. Unfortunately, the Hulbert Riders did not comply as they defeated the Golden Tigers (1-7 this season in duals). The final score was not available.
There were only five matches wrestled, but on a good note Talihina won three of those. Getting wins for the Golden Tigers were Derek Lester (106 pounds), Andrew Young (160) and Bryan Young (220).
Koby and I joined Lee and Josh Shipman on a rabbit hunt on Sunday. We hunted a half a day, and Leeâ€™s beagles ran rabbits pretty much the whole time we were there. I just love to watch those little dogs work a rabbit track, and hear them bawling when they get one lined out.
Lee was just like a sniper taking one shot and getting one kill, while Josh and I were saving our bullets for the next hunt (at least that is what I told Lee and Koby). Of course, it was Koby who shot the most, but he only connected with one just before we called it a day.
This local pooch was found Sunday in Malvern, Arkansas. There is no name on the tag, but the tag does show that the dog received a rabies vaccination at Poteau Valley Veterinary Clinic. If you recognize this dog or have any information, please call Deanna Keenan at (501) 844-1301.
KEOTA â€” The Keota High School basketball teams got a sweep of the Bokoshe Lady Tigers and Tigers Monday night at home. The Lady Lions edged the Lady Tigers 26-25, while the Lions roared past the Tigers 63-19.
The Carl Albert State College Lady Vikings had a two-point lead at halftime. However, it wasn't enough as Northern Oklahoma College-Tonkawa Lady Mavericks rallied for a 66-58 win on Monday night in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference play in Tonkawa.
Despite holding a lead in the first half, the Carl Albert State College Vikings were unable to respond to a strong run by NOC-Tonkawa in the 69-45 conference loss on Monday night.
LOCUST GROVE â€” Several members of the Poteau Youth Wrestling Club placed at last weekend's Locust Grove Open.
Bryson Terry won his weight-class title, while Ross Johnson was runner-up in his division.
Ethan Carey, Remington Reed and Justin Neff were third, while Caden Warren, Dauntay Warren, Jarrett Lilley and Jarrod Vineyard were fourth.
Race Williams and Kadin Repass also participated but did not medal.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2012 Poteau High School Sports Hall of Fame.
Categories include: football, boys and girls basketball, baseball, fast-pitch and slow-pitch softball, boys and girls soccer, boys and girls track, boys and girls golf, boys and girls cross country, boys and girls all-around athlete, wrestling, coaching and support and service.
The deadline to submit nominations is March 30.
For additional information or to submit a nomination, call (918) 839-0394 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Bernell (Nell) Graves, 86, of Livermore, Calif., passed away peacefully on Dec. 27, 2011, in Livermore with her daughters by her side. She was born in Bokoshe on Dec. 22, 1925, the third and youngest daughter of Ada Belle (Martin) and William Edward Mason. Her father owned Mason Feed and General Store, where she worked while attending school in Bokoshe. Her father sold the business in 1942 and the family moved to Poteau, where she finished high school.Â
William Haskell â€śSonnyâ€ť Reed Jr., 78 of Howe died Sunday, Jan. 22,Â 2012, in Fort Smith, Ark.Â Sonny was born Sept. 18, 1933, in Monroe to William HaskellÂ and Beulah (Cain) Reed.Â Sonny was a rancher. He was a member of the Masonic Lodge.Â He was preceded in death by his parents and son, Don Haskell.Â
Lee H. Zuck, 89, of Poteau died Monday, Jan. 23, 2012, in Heavener.Â Lee was born May 4, 1922, in Florence, Kan., to Arthur M. and Bertha (Poland) Zuck.Â Lee was a veteran of the U.S. Marine Corps and a recipient of the Purple Heart.Â He was a retired Vocational Agriculture Teacher.Â Lee was preceded in death by his parents; wife, Belle Zuck; and grandson, Joshua Yandell.Â