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Poteau seniors want one more trip to slow-pitch state

April 23, 2013

SENIOR SUCCESS — The Poteau Lady Pirate softball seniors, from left, Brenna Vise, Ashlee Bandy, Shelby Standridge, Kylie Brown, Gabba Wilson and Kaylee Kingrey, pose with all the plaques and trophies they’ve won during their four years of softball. They will try to help lead the Lady Pirates to next week’s Class 6A State Tournament by winning today’s regional tournament in Muskogee. Photo by Kim Standridge

As freshmen and sophomores, the current seniors on the Poteau Lady Pirates softball team made the Class 6A State Tournament, only to lose in the quarterfinals each time. As eighth-graders, the current seniors watched the Lady Pirates make slow-pitch state, which began the streak of three straight seasons of making slow-pitch state.
The Lady Pirates, who missed out on slow-pitch state last spring, want to get back there, and can do so by winning Wednesday’s Class 6A Regional Tournament in Muskogee.

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