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Poteau girls lose to Fort Gibson, but still alive in Class 4A regional; Pirates' season comes to an end with loss to Inola

February 22, 2013

STILL ALIVE — Poteau's Colleen Peterson, left, goes up for two during Thursday night's Class 4A Regional Tournament game against Fort Gibson in Fort Gibson. The Lady Pirates lost, but still were alive on the consolation side on Friday night. Photo by Kim Standridge

FORT GIBSON — The Poteau Lady Pirates suffered their first playoff loss of the season Thursday night, falling 61-47 to the host Fort Gibson Lady Tigers in the Class 4A Regional Tournament.
The Lady Pirates (17-8) played Hilldale on Friday night in the consolation semifinals of the regional tournament, with the winner playing for the consolation championship at 1:30 this afternoon for the right to advance to next week's Class 4A Area Tournament at the Muskogee Civic Center.
The Pirates saw their season end with a consolation semifinal loss to the Inola Longhorns by the score of 48-46. The Pirates end the season at 13-13.

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