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Poteau girls run rule Heavener in 'ugly' game

August 31, 2011

GABBA, GABBA DO!!! — Poteau base-runner Gabba Wilson, right, slides safely into second base for a second-inning double before Heavener second baseman Jordan Kannady can get the ball to apply a tag during Tuesday afternoon's game. PDN Staff Photo by David Seeley

With no team to play for either the Poteau Lady Pirates (since the Cameron Lady Yellowjackets had to cancel because of lack of players) or the Heavener Lady Wolves (since they were not put into the bracket at the two-day Westville Tournament for Monday and Tuesday), the two LeFlore County locals met to do battle Tuesday afternoon.
In a game Poteau Coach Misty Collins called “ugly,” the Lady Pirates run ruled the Lady Wolves 13-5 in six innings.

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