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Heavener boys make state quarterfinals with shutout of Riverfield School; Wolves set to meet Poteau Pirates at home Friday night

May 3, 2012

PLAYOFF WIN — Heavener's Rey Diaz, left, tries to keep the ball away from a Riverfield Country School defender during Tuesday night's Class 4A soccer playoff game at Harvey Stadium. The Wolves prevailed to set up a state quarterfinal match-up with LeFlore County rival Poteau Friday night at Harvey Stadium. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

HEAVENER — It didn't take one long to notice that there could be a Class 4A state soccer quarterfinal contest involving both LeFlore County teams. It's going to happen Friday night.
The Heavener Wolves kept their perfect record intact as they won their first playoff game of the 2012 Class 4A playoffs as they shut out Riverfield Country Day School from out of Tulsa by a score of 3-0 Tuesday night at Harvey Stadium.
The win put the Wolves into the state quarterfinals where they will meet county rival — and District 4A-6 rival — Poteau at 7 p.m. Friday at Harvey Stadium. The Pirates, who suffered a 3-2 double-overtime loss to the Wolves April 17 at Harvey Stadium, edged the Oologah Mustangs 2-1 Tuesday night in their second-round game.
“I expected it was going to be a rematch,” Heavener Coach Lee Oldaker said. “We're looking forward to it.”

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