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Bokoshe seeks first win of 2013, travels to face Boulevard Christian

October 10, 2013

The Bokoshe Tigers football team appeared that it was going to have an open date this week. Earlier this year, the Tigers' Week 6 opponent, Eagle Point Academy, dropped them.
However, the Tigers (0-5) found an opponent, the Boulevard Christian Patriots (0-3). The two teams both seeking their first wins of the season will meet at 7:30 p.m. Friday at Hatbox Sports Complex in Muskogee.
“We need to play this week bad,” Bokoshe coach Bryan Murray said. “We had a couple of injuries last week. We were down to our fourth center we've used this year. We've made some changes this week. I think we're going to move Andrew [Walbaum] back to center to see if we can eek out a win this week.”
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To Get There — Take Oklahoma State Highway 31 east to Hudson Corners Road. Turn left on Hudson Corners Road to the Sallisaw Y. Proceed north onto U.S. 59 to Sallisaw. Take Interstate 40 west to Warner. Take U.S. 266 east to U.S. 64 in Warner. Proceed west on U.S. 64 to Muskogee. Once in Muskogee, U.S. 64 merges with U.S. 69 onto 32nd Street. Proceed north on 32nd Street to Arline Avenue. Turn left to Hatbox Sports Complex, located at Arline and 34th Street, directly behind the hospital.

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