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Cameron boys see fall baseball season end with regional losses to Roff, host Crowder

October 7, 2014

CROWDER — The fall baseball season came to an abrupt halt Friday afternoon for the Cameron Yellowjackets as they suffered two losses in the Class A Regional Tournament, losing 11-0 to Roff and 4-2 to host Crowder.
The ’Jackets ended the season at 13-13.

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October 7, 2014

Heavener girls force if-game, but lose regional finals to Sequoyah-Tahlequah; Lady Wolves, who lose to Spiro on Day 1, eliminate Lady Bulldogs in loser’s-bracket final on Saturday

October 7, 2014

SPIRO — Both LeFlore County softball teams who were in the Class 3A Regional Tournament had a shot at winning the regional title and making this week’s state tournament. However, in the end, neither made it.
The Heavener Lady Wolves lost in the winner-take-all regional finals game 8-3 to the Sequoyah-Tahlequah Lady Indians after beating them 7-2 in the first title game.
The Lady Wolves eliminated regional host Spiro 8-7 after the Lady Bulldogs beat the Lady Wolves 7-1 in Friday afternoon’s opening-round game.

Whitesboro girls end fall as regional runners-up, fall in finals to Caney

October 7, 2014

CANEY — The season ended for the Whitesboro Lady Bulldogs, but did so in a fairly positive way as they lost in the Class B Regional Tournament finals 6-2 to the host Caney Lady Cougars on Saturday. The third-ranked Lady Cougars beat the Lady Bulldogs 11-3 on Friday, but the Lady Bulldogs came back with an 11-1 win over the Pittsburg Lady Panthers on Friday and upset the 17th-ranked Coleman Lady Wildcats 2-0 in Saturday’s loser’s-bracket finals.

Panama girls lose regional final to host Oktaha; Lady ’Backs eliminate Pocola in loser's-bracket final

October 7, 2014

OKTAHA — Two LeFlore County softball teams saw their seasons end at the Class 2A Regional Tournament last week.
The Panama Lady Razorbacks fell 5-1 to host Oktaha in the regional finals Friday afternoon. The Lady ’Backs won the Class 2A State Tournament in October 2011 with a 1-0 victory over the Lady Tigers.
The Lady ’Backs reached the regional final by knocking off the archrival Pocola Lady Indians 6-3 Thursday afternoon before the rains came. Both teams began the tournament facing each other on Tuesday, with the Lady Indians rallying late for a 4-3 victory.

Wister girls state bound once more; Lady Wildcats beat regional-host Wyandotte twice for championship; sophomore pitcher eclipses 300K mark for season, no-hits Colcord Lady Hornets

October 6, 2014

WYANDOTTE — Last spring, the Wister Lady Wildcats went to the Class 3A Slow-Pitch State Tournament. This week, they’ll be going to the fast-pitch state tournament.
The Lady Wildcats beat the Wyandotte Lady Bears twice on Saturday, 3-2 and 4-2, in the championship round to win the Class 2A Regional Tournament. The Lady Bears beat the Lady ’Cats 6-0 in eight innings in Friday night’s winner’s-bracket finals to put Wister into the loser’s bracket.

Poteau girls swept by Broken Bow in district tournament to end season

October 6, 2014

BROKEN BOW — The Poteau Lady Pirates softball team saw its season come to a close Wednesday afternoon as they were swept by the host Broken Bow Lady Savages by scores of 4-0 and 1-0 in the Class 4A District Tournament.
The Lady Pirates finish the season at 12-25.

Spiro football team falls to Eufaula Ironheads

October 6, 2014

EUFAULA — The Spiro Bulldogs suffered their first football defeat of the 2014 season Friday night, losing 21-12 to the Eufaula Ironheads in a District 3A-8 contest.

Keota Lions roar past Arkoma

October 5, 2014

ARKOMA — The Keota Lions kept their dominance over the Arkoma Mustangs going, beating them 56-8 Friday night at Mustang Field in a District B-4 game. The game ended in the third quarter by the mercy rule.
It was the fourth win in the last five games for the Lions (5-0 overall, 4-0 in district play) over the Mustangs (1-4, 0-4), who have lost four straight since opening the season with a 46-0 win over the Bokoshe Tigers.

Bokoshe falls on homecoming to Cave Springs Hornets

October 5, 2014

BOKOSHE — The Cave Springs Hornets spoiled homecoming for the Bokoshe Tigers as they blanked the locals 48-0 Friday night at Tiger Stadium. The game ended by mercy rule with two minutes left in the final period.
The Hornets (5-0 overall, 4-0 in District C-4) pitched a shutout well into the second half, leading 34-0 in the third quarter.
The Tigers (0-5, 0-3) had two scoring chances in the second half. A third-quarter drive stalled at the Cave Springs 25, while the other ended with a turnover at the Hornets’ 8 in the final period.

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