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January 18th, 2012

Poteau girls get first victory of season, beat Whitesboro; Talihina, Howe boys, Heavener girls also victorious on Day 1 at Heavener

January 18, 2012

HEAVENER — There's finally a different number in the win column for the Poteau Lady Pirates.
The Lady Pirates got their first win of the season Monday afternoon as they opened play in the 2012 LeFlore County Tournament with a 47-25 victory over the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs at the Heavener Gym.

11th-seeded Arkoma girls upset No. 6 Wister; all other top seeds win at Bokoshe site

January 18, 2012

BOKOSHE — The first upset on the girls' side of the 2012 LeFlore County Tournament belongs to the Arkoma Lady Mustangs.
The Lady Mustangs, seeded 11th, upset No. 6 Wister 59-45 Monday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse.
In the other three games at this site, the top seeds prevailed. In the other girls' game, fourth-seeded Bokoshe handled 13th-seeded Cameron 49-32. On the boys' side, No. 5 Cameron defeated No. 12 Arkoma 78-45, while No. 4 Wister was too much for 13th-seed and tournament-host Bokoshe 57-14.

Panama girls, Pocola boys win games at Spiro on opening night of LCT

January 18, 2012

SPIRO — The Panama Lady Razorbacks and the Pocola Indians posted opening-night wins in the 2012 LeFlore County Tournament Monday night at the Spiro Gym.
The Lady ’Backs handled archrival Pocola 45-28, while the Indians got past a pesky group of Whitesboro Bulldogs 66-53.
After four championship quarterfinals on Tuesday here, the contests today and tonight at the Spiro Gym will determine the match-ups for Friday's fifth-place games.

NEO picks up two OCAC road wins over Carl Albert

January 18, 2012

Free throws down the stretch proved to be the difference for the Northeastern Oklahoma A&M Golden Norsemen in their 68-60 win over the Carl Albert State College Vikings in Oklahoma Collegiate Athletic Conference action Monday night at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
Despite playing good defense and holding the NEO Lady Golden Norse to 57 points, it wasn't enough for the Lady Vikings in their 57-42 loss in the first game Monday night.

Talihina wrestlers get wins in triangular with Checotah at Sequoyah-Tahlequah

January 18, 2012

TAHLEQUAH — While it was more of a practice triangular when the Talihina Golden Tigers wrestling team visited Sequoyah-Tahlequah along with Checotah Monday night, several locals got at least one win on the night.
Three Talihina matmen got two wins as Andrew Young (160 pounds), Dylan Chancellor (195) and Bryan Young (220) each beat their opponent from Sequoyah-Tahlequah and Checotah, while Brian Collins (182) got a win over his Checotah opponent as Sequoyah-Tahlequah did not have a 182-pounder.

Talihina Youth Wrestling Club brings home medals last weekend from Coweta Tournament

January 18, 2012

COWETA — Several members of the Talihina Youth Wrestling Club placed at last weekend's Coweta Tournament.
Derek Lester, Roederick Hornbuckle and Bryan Young all won their respective weight class titles.
Heath Humphreys and Rodney Killingsworth were second, Parker Judkins and Bryan Lester were third and Triston Blummel and Sawyer Blue were fourth.

January 17th

Breaking News: Death at Runestone State Park

January 17, 2012

ACCORDING TO LEFLORE COUNTY SHERIFF BRUCE CURNUTT THE DEATH THAT OCCURRED TUESDAY EVENING AT THE RUNESTONE PARK IS BEING TREATED AS A SUICIDE. THE DETAILS OF THE INCIDENT NOR THE NAME OF THE DECEASED WILL NOT BE RELEASED. THE BODY HAS BEEN SENT TO THE STATE MEDICAL EXAMINERS OFFICE.

William “Billy” Sebo

January 17, 2012

William “Billy” Sebo, 74, of Spiro died Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2012. Private family services are planned. Mallory-Martin Funeral Home is handling arrangements.

George Aaron Williams

January 17, 2012

George Aaron Williams, 89, died Saturday, Jan. 7, 2012, at home surrounded by his family. George was preceded in death by his parents, John B. and Henryetta Williams, 13 siblings, and daughter, Carolyn Scheiber. 

Breaking News: Liala Dunigan to receive new heart

January 17, 2012

According to sources close to the Dunigan family, a heart has been found for little Liala Dunigan.

Liala, who was born August 31, was diagnosed with a heart defect after she became ill in December. While being treated at Arkansas Children's Hospital, Liala's doctors placed her on the heart transplant list.

The PDN is awaiting further information about this exciting new development.

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