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Poteau, Spiro make it to winner's-bracket semifinals

April 4, 2012

A TWIN KILLING — Spiro first baseman Slater Dunn, front, prepares to get a throw from shortstop Hunter Wilson, back right, during an inning-ending double play as Heavener baserunner Aaron Shelton, No. 12, is out at second base in the first inning of Monday afternoon's game in the LeFlore County Tournament in Spiro. Photo by Joe Dunn

SPIRO — The NCAA Tournament's Final Four ended Monday night with Kentucky beating Kansas to win the national title.
The 2012 LeFlore County Baseball Tournament saw its Final Four — the four teams who are in the winner's-bracket semifinals — get half formed here on Monday.
The Poteau Pirates handled the Pocola Indians 12-3 to end the three-game festivities on Monday night.
The Spiro Bulldogs had little problem with the Heavener Wolves with a 16-3 victory to join the Pirates in the winner's-bracket semifinals.
The day began with the Wolves run ruling the Arkoma Mustangs 12-0.
There will be five games played here today and tonight to compensate for some rainouts on Tuesday.
The first three games will be loser's-bracket games, with Leflore and Pocola playing at 11 a.m., followed by Howe and Panama at 1 p.m. with the winner meeting Heavener at 3 p.m.
The winner's-bracket semifinals will be the night session. Poteau and Wister will play at 5 p.m., followed by Cameron and Spiro at 7 p.m. The winners will play at 6 p.m. Thursday for the right to make it to Friday night's title game.

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