Contrary to many swine epidermis prognosticators, I have a strange way of predicting scores. I have a unique way of reading the corns and bunions on my feet, and here's what my feet say with this year's bowl games â€” and I did not make up some of this year's bowl game names, really!
Famous Idaho Potato Bowl â€” This was formerly the Humanitarian Bowl on the blue turf at Boise State University. It's Utah State vs. Ohio. I think the Mid-American Conference will prevail as the Bobcats beat the Aggies.
You've heard the famous Christmas song, â€śGrandma Got Run Over by Reindeer.â€ť Well, I was singing a different version on Wednesday night â€” â€śI Got Run Over by a Minivan.â€ť
I went to Walmart Wednesday night because my wife, Jenny â€” a.k.a., â€śPrincessâ€ť â€” needed a few things.
We pulled up into the parking lot. It just started to rain. I was in Walmart for about an hour shopping and visiting with an ol' friends Bobby Heavener, Roger Mattox and Kathy Dalton.
Both Poteau and Spiro basketball fans had something good to cheer about in Tuesday night's games at Sherman Floyd Fieldhouse.
The Pirates used a strong second half to down the Bulldogs 64-43 to win their home opener â€” and hand the â€™Dogs their first loss of the season.
However, the Lady Bulldogs spoiled the home opener for the Lady Pirates with a 50-40 victory.
BOKOSHE â€” Arkoma Girls Basketball Coach Connie Ray was a little shocked by her team's 11th-seed drawing for the 2012 LeFlore County Tournament. While being maybe a little awestruck in Monday night's loss to the Howe Lady Lions, the tournament's top seed, the Lady Mustangs rebounded by defeated the Bokoshe Lady Tigers, the fourth-seed in the upcoming LeFlore County Tournament, by a score of 69-48 Tuesday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse.
HEAVENER â€”The Heavener Wolves posted a 62-41 home victory over the Talihina Golden Tigers Tuesday night at the Heavener Gym.
Cameron 56, Gans 23: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets (8-1) jumped out to a 16-4 lead after one period and never looked back.
Editor's Note â€” Nothing was reported on Arkoma's game at Bokoshe by press time.
It was a good weekend for the Poteau Youth Wrestling Club last weekend in a pair of tournaments.
In the Coweta Tournament, the Club had several second-place finishes. Zane Hendrix, Ross Johnson, Drake Barbee, Bryce Edwards and Luke Brooks all were runners-up.
Bryson Terry and Jarrod Vineyard were third, while Jarrett Lilley and Kadin Repass were fourth.
Race Williams, Rae Hendrix, Dalton Edwards and Charles Graham participated but did not medal.
In the Hulbert Tournament, the Poteau Youth Wrestling Club's Division I athletes were awarded the second-place team award.
The 2011 Oklahoma State Cowboy High School Christmas Hitting Camp will be 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, while the Christmas Pitching Camp will be from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday.
The camp is for high school freshmen through seniors.
Registration for both camps will begin at 9 a.m. the morning of the camp. The camp cost is $200.
For additional information, call (405) 744-3229 or email to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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