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Poteau starts slow, but pulls away from Tulsa Webster

September 21, 2013

ROGER, THAT! — Poteau running back Roger Barcheers, left, looks to get around a Tulsa Webster defender as teammates Jordan Newnam (No. 7) and Jace Pitchford, back left, watch during Thursday night's game at Milton Stadium in Tulsa. Photo by Jackie Lowrimore

TULSA — Thursday night's game at Milton Stadium was scary for several reasons. The Tulsa Webster Warriors' football team is loaded with athletic players, and the Warriors have given the Pirates fits over the past several years.
Webster scored on a 31-yard pass. Then the Pirates were read the riot act on the sideline and they then went on a 46-0 run to win the game by the score of 46-6.
The Pirates will open District 4A-4 play at 7:30 p.m. Friday against the Sallisaw Black Diamonds at Perry F. Lattimore Stadium in Sallisaw.

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