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Pocola boys beat Mansfield in Wood Bat Festival, but Panama, Cameron, Heavener teams lose; Razorbacks, Yellowjackets don't get to play in final day of action in Cameron

March 22, 2013

SAFE! — Eufaula's Michael Clover, front, slides safely across home plate just before a tag can be applied by Cameron catcher Zack McCormick during Wednesday afternoon's game in the Poteau Wood Bat Festival at Cameron. PDN photo by David Seeley

CAMERON — It was a rough day for LeFlore County teams at this site of the Poteau Wood Bat Festival on Wednesday. Only the Pocola Indians posted a victory, downing Mansfield, Ark., 6-1.
The other three teams took it on the chin. Mansfield outlasted Panama 13-10, Cameron suffered a 15-4 loss to Eufaula and Heavener fell 12-2 to Sallisaw-Central.
The Razorbacks and the Yellowjackets were to have played Smithville on Thursday in the final two games of the last day of action at this site, but Smithville did not show.

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