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SW Covenant too much for Arkoma

September 29, 2012

ARKOMA — The Arkoma Mustangs got off to a bad start Friday night and never got back on track falling to the Southwest Covenant Patriots 53-8 in District C-4 action at Mustang Field.

Bokoshe loses road game to Midway

September 29, 2012

COUNCIL HILL — In a battle of teams seeking not only their first football win overall in 2012 but their first District C-4 victory, the Midway Chargers downed the Bokoshe Tigers 52-6 Friday night.

Heavener suffers heartbreaking road defeat to Roland Rangers

September 29, 2012

ROLAND — The Heavener Wolves lost a heartbreaker to the Roland Rangers by a score of 40-32 Friday night, despite Blake Smittle's 200-plus rushing yards and two-touchdown performance.

Panama suffers road loss against Hartshorne

September 29, 2012

HARTSHORNE — The Panama Razorbacks will have to wait another week to try to get their first win of the 2012 football season.
The homestanding Harsthorne Miners handled the Hogs by a score of 41-7 Friday night in District 2A-6 action.

Poteau freshmen pass Sallisaw test with road win Thursday; PKMS teams split

September 29, 2012

SALLISAW — The Poteau Pirates freshmen football team jumped on the Sallisaw Black Diamonds early, and appeared to be in cruise control. Sallisaw got to within two points of the Pirates, but then the Pirates got great plays on the defensive side of the ball to set up Austin Archey on a 70-yard romp for a touchdown as they posted a 21-12 win over the Black Diamonds Thursday night at Perry F. Lattimore Stadium.

Thinking of you, brother Eddie

September 29, 2012

While I'll get to the usual “meat and potatoes” of this weekly column in a bit, I need to share my thoughts about my fellow church member, brother Eddie Epstein.
I found out Wednesday night at prayer meeting at my church, Calvary Missionary Baptist Church, that brother Eddie was diagnosed with cancer.

Poteau softball girls sweep Muldrow to win Class 4A District Tournament title

September 29, 2012

Not even a rain shower on Thursday could keep the Poteau Lady Pirates softball team from winning another district championship.
After having Game 1 of the Class 4A District Tournament suspended by Thursday afternoon's rain showers, the contest resumed Friday afternoon. The Lady Pirates ended up not only getting one run-rule win, but two. Poteau took the opener 10-0 in four innings, followed by a 12-0 three-inning victory in Game 2 to win the district title.
The Lady Pirates (29-7) will find out on Monday who, where and when they will play in the Class 4A Regional Tournament.

Panama girls do it the hard way, but win Class 2A Regional Tournament to return to state

September 29, 2012

KETCHUM — An old adage says that there's nothing like doing it the hard way. The Panama Lady Razorbacks softball team did just that Friday afternoon at the Class 2A Regional Tournament.
After losing their first playoff game of the 2012 fast-pitch season 6-0 to the Wyandotte Lady Bears in the first championship game, the Lady ’Backs responded by capturing the winner-take-all game 3-1 over the Lady Bears to win the regional — and return to state with a chance to defend their state championship.

Wister boys making sixth straight state baseball trip; Wildcats knock off Tushka Tigers to win Class A Regional Tournament consolation championship

September 29, 2012

RATTAN — Things perhaps looked as gloomy as the cloudy Friday afternoon for the Wister Wildcats baseball team as it was trying to make it to its sixth straight state tournament, dating back to the spring of 2010.
The ’Cats lost the Class A Regional Tournament title game 11-0 to the host Rattan Rams Friday afternoon, and were staring a possible state-tournament streak ending when they faced the Tushka Tigers in the consolation championship for another berth in next week's Class A State Tournament. Lo and behold, a senior stepped up to make sure the streak stayed alive.

Spiro girls battle back to title game, but see fast-pitch softball season end with loss to Sequoyah-Tahlequah Lady Indians

September 29, 2012

WESTVILLE — It was basically deja vu all over again for the Spiro Lady Bulldogs softball team at the Class 3A Regional Tournamen. For the second straight year, they got to the title game, but for the second straight season the Lady Bulldogs came in second to Sequoyah-Tahlequah.
The Lady Bulldogs, who reached Friday afternoon's title game by outlasting host Westville 12-8, lost to the Lady Indians 6-0 in the title game to see their season end.

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