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2015 LeFlore County Junior High Tournament Girls Bracket

January 3, 2015

Poteau wrestlers fourth at Independence Bowl Tournament; Pirates return to action Thursday night at Vian

January 2, 2015

SHREVEPORT, La. — The Poteau Pirates wrestling team finished fourth at the Independence Bowl Tournament, which took place Monday and Tuesday.
The Pirates won their pool on Monday, beating Doyline, La. (66-12), North Desoto, Texas (60-18), Calvary Baptist, La. (66-6) and Sulphur [La.] South Plaquemines (51-27).

Returning to Action Monday Night

January 2, 2015

Talihina boys end up fourth at Idabel Winter Classic; Lady Golden Tigers, Golden Tigers play road games Saturday night in Preston

January 2, 2015

IDABEL — The Heavener and Spiro high school basketball teams weren’t the only local hoopsters to see some holiday action this week. So, too, did the Talihina Golden Tigers.
The Golden Tigers finished fourth in the Idabel Winter Classic, which took place Monday through Wednesday.
Talihina, which opened with a 46-42 nailbiting win over the Broken Bow Savages in Monday’s opener, lost 54-42 to the Haworth Lions in Tuesday’s championship semifinals in a battle of two of Class 2A’s top eight teams in the state and fell 75-68 to the host Warriors, ranked in Class 3A, in the third-place game.

A New Year’s resolution

January 2, 2015

I hope you’ve had a great holiday season. The old year has now passed and we’re two days into the new year. Some people make New Year’s resolutions, and they’re hard to keep.
I’m going to try something simple this year. My friend, Nina Vu, a.k.a. the “Ping Pong Master, has a saying — “Wake up, be amazing and go to bed.” I like that, but I’m going to put my own wrinkle on it — “Wake up, be amazing, serve, make a new friend a day and go to bed.”

Sports Brief

January 2, 2015

The Stars softball team will have a tournament Saturday at Fort Smith (Ark.) Darby Junior High School.
The tournament is open to boys and girls in grades three through six.
The entry fee is $100 per team.
For additional information, call (479) 252-1810.

Spiro teams sweep Oden in final day of Bi-State Holiday Festival, but host squads lose to Acorn

December 31, 2014

The good news was the LeFlore County teams who were in the 2014 Heavener Bi-State Festival bested the squads from next door, but the not-so-good news was that the locals didn’t sweep the entire two day’s worth of games.
The Spiro teams went undefeated in Tuesday’s first two games of the day at the Heavener Gym, sweeping the squads from Oden, Ark. The Lady Bulldogs won 60-46, while the ’Dogs routed the Timberwolves 68-33.
However, the host Heavener teams could not follow suit as both lost to Acorn. The Lady Tigers held off the Lady Wolves 60-54 and the Tigers beat the Wolves 54-45.

Poteau Youth Wrestling Club members place at Glenpool Novice Tournament

December 31, 2014

GLENPOOL — Several wrestlers capped off Christmas week by placing at Saturday’s Glenpool Novice Tournament.
Three members came home as tournament champions.

Callahan wins sixth Pigskin Picks Contest

December 31, 2014

Alan Callahan can now say he's the sixth man. Callahan won his sixth Poteau Daily News’ Pigskin Picks Contest last week, going 7-3 and winning the tie-breaker — which was the score between Dallas and Washington last Sunday afternoon, which was won by the Cowboys 44-17.
Callahan won $25 for his winning ballot.
The Week 20 ballot for next weekend’s contest will be in Tuesday's edition. That ballot will need to be turned in by 5 p.m. Jan. 9 to be eligible for that contest’s $25 prize-winning check.

Heavener, Spiro teams handle Arkansas squads in Day 1 of Heavener Bi-State Holiday Festival

December 30, 2014

While Monday was not a banner day for the state of Oklahoma on the gridiron, it was for four Oklahoma high school basketball teams from LeFlore County.
Both Heavener and Spiro high school squads handled their Arkansas teams in the first day of the two-day Heavener Bi-State Holiday Festival on Monday at the new-look Heavener Gym.
The host teams handled squads from Oden, Ark., the Lady Wolves posting a 43-27 victory over the Lady Timberwolves while the Wolves clawed the T'wolves 60-46.

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