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Heavener Wolves shock Talihina

October 15, 2011

SMITTLE'S SMASHMOUTH FOOTBALL — Heavener's Blake Smittle, center, breaks a tackle of one Talihina Golden Tiger defender, then prepares to meet Talihina defensive back Alan Lockhart during the first quarter of Friday night's District 2A-6 game at Doc Robinson Stadium. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

TALIHINA — Heavener Coach John Thompson said the key for his Wolves to pull off the upset in Friday night's District 2A-6 game against the Talihina Golden Tigers at Doc Robinson Stadium was to score first — and have a positive start to the game. He got his wish.
The Wolves took advantage of a turnover and scored on their first two possessions of the contest to pull off the upset over the Golden Tigers by a score of 28-13.

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