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Pocola boys stave off elimination with victories over Wister, rival Panama; Wildcats knock out tournament-host Heavener; no fifth-place game taking place this year

April 5, 2014

WISTER — Due to wet fields at Heavener, the 2014 LeFlore County Baseball Tournament's consolation games on Thursday were played here. Of the four teams who were here, the Pocola Indians staved off elimination to make it to Friday night's loser's-bracket contest at Cameron.
The Indians got past the Wister Wildcats for the second time in the tournament, posting a 4-1 victory, after holding off their archrivals, the Panama Razorbacks, 6-5.
The ’Cats eliminated tournament-host Heavener 8-0 in six innings in the first game of the day.
The losers normally play in the fifth-place game, which was to have taken place after the Spiro-Poteau winner's-bracket final at Poteau High School's Town Creek Park. However, both the Wolves and the Razorbacks declined to play the game.

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