MANSFIELD, Ark. â€” The Heavener Wolves basketball team will have a chance to bring home some hardware today.
The Wolves routed Hackett, Ark., 62-31 Friday afternoon in the semifinals to reach the championship game of the Bill Frye Invitational. The Wolves will play in the title game at 5:30 this afternoon where they will play the winner of Friday night's Mansfield-Booneville game.
Sunday Couple Scrambles at Wolf Ridge Golf Course will take place at 2 p.m. Sundays. The entry fee is $15 per person for the nine-hole weekly event.
For additional information, call (918) 647-2582.
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The Poteau Lady Pirates Dugout Club is selling personalized bricks to be placed in the backstop at the Poteau High School softball field as a tribute to players, fans, coaches, area businesses, etc. Order forms are available at JOB Construction or Poteau High School.
For more information, call (918) 649-7527 or (918) 413-2428.
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MANSFIELD, Ark. â€” The Heavener High School basketball teams split their games on opening day of the Bill Frye Invitational.
The Wolves clawed Mulberry, Ark., 64-46 on Thursday afternoon to reach Friday afternoon's championship semifinal against the winner of Thursday's Paris-Hackett winner at 4 p.m. The winner will play for the championship at 5:30 p.m. Saturday, while the loser will play for third place at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.
Christmas is over and I am in Branson with my family for a little vacation. We are going to see a few shows and let the boys check out the town. I expect that Silver Dollar City will be out as an option because with the cold weather. I am not sure the rides will be open and the boys are all about the rides.
Due to Christmas Day's snowstorm, the Heavener basketball teams have had their game times on the opening day of the Bill Frye Invitational in Mansfield, Ark., moved back 45 minutes.
Both teams will play Mulberry, with the girls playing at 1:45 p.m. and the boys at 3:15 p.m.
It's not certain if the final two days of the event will have new games times. At this point, the Friday and Saturday games will tip off at the scheduled times.
The Heavener Wolves had their second five-win football season and the Spiro Bulldogs returned to the Class 3A playoffs this past football season. Several players from each team were honored by being named to the All-District 3A-8 Team.
Heavenerâ€™s Blake Smittle, who led Class 3A in rushing, and Spiroâ€™s Jermaine Jimmerson each were named to the team as running backs.
As for offensive linemen, Heavenerâ€™s Arron Turner and Spiroâ€™s Jacob Hall and Kelby Fowler made the team.
Heavenerâ€™s Jason Muller and Spiroâ€™s Kory Parker made the list of linebackers on the team.
The Panama Razorbacks, who two seasons ago went winless and endured a two-season long 17-game losing streak, made the Class 2A playoffs this past season. One of their players garnered a top individual award from District 2A-6.
Panamaâ€™s Andy Burris was named the Newcomer of the Year in District 2A-6. He wasnâ€™t alone as far as being honored by the district as several Razorbacks and Pocola Indians were named to the team.