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Heavener girls’ bid to return to state denied at Class 5A District Tournament

April 19, 2013

ROLAND — The Heavener Lady Wolves were trying to return to the Class 5A State Tournament, but it didn’t happen.
The Lady Wolves went 2-2 in Tuesday’s Class 4A District Tournament, beating Roland 7-4 and Muldrow 5-4 but losing twice to the Lady Bulldogs 3-1 and 11-4 to see their season end at 16-15.

Howe girls’ season ends at home in Class 3A District Tournament

April 19, 2013

HOWE — The good news for the Howe Lady Lions is they opened the Class 3A District Tournament at home with an 8-3 win over the Gans Lady Grizzlies on Tuesday afternoon.
However, after that it was all Fort Towson Lady Tigers. After eliminating Gans, the Lady Tigers then beat the Lady Lions twice by scores of 18-3 and 14-0 to win the district title.
Howe ends the season at 11-11.

Red Oak sweeps Whitesboro girls to win Class A District Tournament to win Class A District Tournament

April 19, 2013

RED OAK — The Red Oak Lady Eagles had too much firepower and overpowered the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs to win the Class A District Tournament on Tuesday afternoon.
The Lady Eagles took the opener 15-1, then won the nightcap 11-1. The losses end the season for the Lady Bulldogs (5-17).

Lady Pirate golfer, team win Roland Invitational titles; Poteau Girls Invitational postponed (UPDATE)

April 18, 2013

FORT SMITH, Ark. — Poteau’s Hannah Ward and her Lady Pirates, both the Class 4A defending state champions, captured titles at Tuesday’s Roland Invitational, which took place at Ben Geren Golf Course.
Ward was the top medalist for the second straight day this week as she shot a 71.
As a team, the Lady Pirates won the team title with a 358.
Skylynn Terry, Cathleen Manlove and Dallas Terry joined Ward as a medalist. Skylynn Terry was fourth with an 88, Manlove carded a 95 to win eighth-place medalist honors and Dallas Terry shot a 103 to earn the 10th-place medalist spot.

Thunder honored with division banner on Wednesday night

April 18, 2013

OKLAHOMA CITY — As the 2012-2013 National Basketball Season ended Wednesday night at Chesapeake Energy Arena, the Oklahoma City Thunder were honored as a banner was placed in the rafters for winning this season’s Northwest Division title.
However, since the Thunder had wrapped up the top seed out west for the playoffs which will begin this weekend, the regular-season finale didn’t see the Thunder team we’re accustomed to seeing.

Mother Nature rains out several athletic events Thursday (NEWLY UPDATED)

April 18, 2013

Thursday's big winner was Mother Nature as she rained out several athletic events on day.
The Poteau Pirates had their two games in the Fort Gibson Tournament rained out on Thursday. They have been rescheduled for today — 2:30 p.m. against Tulsa Victory Christian and 5 p.m. against Bristow.
Several other regular-season baseball games — Wister at Spiro, Wilburton at Pocola, Heavener at Hartshorne and Talihina and Tushka at Crowder — were all rained out. The games will not be rescheduled since Class 2A and 3A district tournaments are slated for next week.

High School Baseball Roundup

April 18, 2013

It wasn't easy, but the Poteau Pirates were able to make Senior Night a winning one as they held off the Sallisaw Central Tigers 10-7 Tuesday at Town Creek Park.
With the game tied at 6 after the Tigers scored six in the fourth inning, the Pirates took the lead back for good in their half of the inning on an RBI single by Michael Didway and an RBI groundout by Davey Bullard to give Poteau an 8-6 lead.
Poteau got a pair of insurance runs in the sixth inning on a two-run double by Bullard.

Tuesday's High School Softball Roundup

April 18, 2013

FORT GIBSON — After a rough road doubleheader loss against Tahlequah on Monday, the Poteau Lady Pirates took their frustrations out on the Fort Gibson Lady Tigers on Tuesday as they rallied for a 9-7 victory.
Down 2-1 after an inning, the Lady Pirates erupted for six runs in the fourth inning to take a 7-2 lead after four innings.
Leading 9-4 in the seventh inning, the Lady Pirates withstood a three-run rally by the Lady Tigers to hang on for the road victory.
Tahlequah 16, Panama 6; Vian 10, Panama 0: In Panama, it was a rough day for the Lady Razorbacks.

Turkey season is finally here

April 18, 2013

This weekend is the start of the youth turkey season in the southeast region. Area youth can go after a bird on Saturday and Sunday before the regular season starts on Monday.
Kids younger than 18 can hunt, but must be accompanied by an adult older than 18. For all regulations concerning youth turkey season, go to www.odwc.state.ok.us.
I plan on taking my boys and chase some birds around this weekend. Hopefully, we will get a chance to call in a gobbler, and they will get their first bird.

Poteau soccer boys district champs after beating Heavener; Lady Pirates beat Lady Wolves

April 17, 2013

It was quite a Senior Night for the Poteau High School soccer teams as they posted a sweep of district and county rival Heavener on Tuesday at Costner Stadium.
The Pirates, ranked No. 1 in Class 4A, edged the Wolves 2-1 to win the district title, while the evening of soccer started with a 8-1 Lady Pirates' victory over the Lady Wolves.
The Lady Pirates will end the regular season at 5 p.m. Friday on the road against Porter Consolidated.
The Heavener teams will return to Harvey Stadium for games against Stilwell, with the girls game at 5 p.m. and the boys contest at 7 p.m.

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