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Pocola girls defeat Cameron, Hartshorne; Lady Yellowjackets down Lady Miners

September 4, 2013

THE BREAK-UP — Pocola base runner Courtney Hargrove, right, breaks up a potential double play after being forced out at second base by Cameron shortstop Kacey McGee during Tuesday's action in Pocola. Cameron right fielder Darby Duncan watches the play. PDN photo by David Seeley

POCOLA — What was originally slated to be just a single game between Highway 112 rivals Cameron and Pocola turned into a three-way with Hartshorne in the mix on Tuesday.
The good news was that all three games played were won by LeFlore County teams. For the host Lady Indians, the news even better as they won both their games, run-ruling both the Lady Yellowjackets and the Lady Miners by identical 8-0 scores.
The middle game was won by Cameron, which beat Hartshorne 6-4.

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