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Fort Gibson soccer teams sweep Heavener; Wolves finish third, will play May 2 in playoff opener at Catoosa

April 24, 2014

HOME LOSSES — Heavener's Miguel Alcantar, right, tries to get to a loose ball in front of Fort Gibson's James Kolb during first-half action Tuesday night at Harvey Stadium. The visitors took both games from Heavener. PDN photo by David Seeley

HEAVENER — The regular season ended on a down note for the Heavener High School soccer teams Tuesday night at Harvey Stadium. The Fort Gibson Tigers beat the Wolves 4-1 to claim the runner-up spot in District 4A-6 and drop the Wolves into third place — and a road playoff game May 2 at Catoosa.
The Lady Tigers handled the Lady Wolves 6-0 in the first game of the night.

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