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Leflore boys help new coach enjoy homecoming with win over Bokoshe

January 16, 2013

WHO WANTS ME? — Leflore's Travis White, near left, and Bokoshe's Chance Crase, near right, go for a loose ball during Monday night's game at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse. Watching the play are, Leflore's Cody Crase (No. 15), Garrett Singleterry (No. 25) and Caleb Smith (No. 3) and Bokoshe's John Culwell, back left, Deltron Kennel (No. 2) and Hayden Bell (far right). PDN photo by David Seeley

BOKOSHE — For many seasons, Daniel Caldwell coached both the Bokoshe Tigers and Lady Tigers, but this school year he moved to Leflore High School. Monday night at Bokoshe Tigers Fieldhouse, Caldwell brought his new team to town in a homecoming of a sort for the veteran coach. His team didn't disappoint as the Savages handled the Tigers 55-21.
The Lady Tigers won by forfeit over the Lady Savages as a Leflore player's injury in Thursday's game against Red Oak in the 2013 Rock Island Conference Shootout in Buffalo Valley caused the Lady Savages to not have enough players.

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