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Friday's High School Boys Basketball Roundup

February 7, 2012

YOU CAN'T STOP ME — Leflore's Caleb Smith, right, tries to get past Whitesboro's Colton Sisemore, left, as Leflore players Brandon Morris, back left, and Garrett Singleterry, far right, along with Whitesboro's Morgan Nunley (No. 55) and C.J. Dean, back, watch during Friday night's game at the Whitesboro Gym. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

WHITESBORO — The Leflore Savages ended their regular season on a high note as they defeated the Whitesboro Bulldogs 65-53 Friday night at the Whitesboro Gym.
The Savages jumped out to a 13-7 lead after one period, but saw the Bulldogs take a 24-21 lead at halftime thanks to a 17-8 second quarter.
However, Leflore took control of the game with 23-6 third period to take a 44-30 lead into the final quarter.
Cameron 66, Arkoma 45: In Cameron, the Yellowjackets only led the Mustangs by a single point at 13-12 after the first eight minutes.
But after that, the ’Jackets outscored the Mustangs 13-9 in the second period to take a 26-21 lead into the locker rooms at halftime.
In the second half, Cameron put the game away by outscoring Arkoma 40-24 in the second half to win going away.
Howe 70, Bokoshe 10: In Howe, the Lions got off to a big lead against the Tigers as they had a 21-4 advantage after the first eight minutes.
Wister 58, Panama 46: In Panama, the Wildcats had a 15-12 lead after one period, which became 25-20 at halftime.
The ’Cats then outscored the Razorbacks in the third quarter 15-9 to take a 40-29 advantage into the final period.
Pocola 48, Talihina 46: In Pocola, the Indians took advantage of a rough second and third quarters by the visiting Golden Tigers.
Leading 18-10 after one period, Pocola outscored Talihina 9-4 in the second quarter and 12-6 in the third period to take a 39-20 lead into the final eight minutes.
Muldrow 78, Spiro 61: In Spiro, this battle of Bulldogs went to the visitors from Sequoyah County. Muldrow led 21-16 after one period over Spiro and pretty much kept the local ’Dogs at bay.
Editor's Note — Nothing was reported on Heavener's game at Wilburton by press time.

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