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Late score lifts Heavener past Pocola in Friday night's scrimmage

August 28, 2012

SMITTLE'S SCORE — Heavener running back Blake Smittle, second from left, takes the handoff from quarterback Dillan Stallings, left, and runs behind the blocks of Quinton McGee, back center, and Daniel Hernandez to score the game-winning touchdown in Friday night's scrimmage against the Pocola Indians at Harvey Stadium. PDN photo by David Seeley

HEAVENER — One of the biggest things Rick Lang, Pocola High School's football coach, wanted to change from what happened to his Indians near the end of the season was finishing games. Lang believed that didn't happen in three of his team's final four games. Unfortunately for Lang and the Indians, it happened again Friday night at Harvey Stadium.
Heavener's Blake Smittle scored on about an 18-yard touchdown run with 38 seconds left in the second 12-minute period as the Wolves rallied to down the Indians 28-24 in the final preseason scrimmage for both teams.

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