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Big inning lifts Poteau girls past Wister in 2012 opener

August 9, 2012

YOU'RE NOT GETTING ME! — Poteau's Gabba Wilson, left, gets around the tag attempt by Wister catcher Kyla Brown as umpire Wes Tackett prepares to make the call during Tuesday afternoon's season opener in Wister. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

WISTER — It looked like it was going to be a low-scoring affair in Tuesday's season opener between Poteau and Wister, but one big inning changed that.
A seven-run fourth inning broke a scoreless tie as the Lady Pirates prevailed in a 12-0, six-inning, run-rule game over the Lady Wildcats.

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