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Poteau's first-year coach likes how things are going for Pirates

November 10, 2012

POTEAU'S AWARD WINNERS — The final 2012 Poteau Pirates Quarterback Club Bluebeard and Blackbeard Awards were handed out this past week for the season finale against Tulsa Rogers. Devin Thompson, left, was the Blackbeard Award winner as the Defensive Player of the Game, while Dylan Stone was the Bluebeard Award winner as the Offensive Player of the Game. PDN staff photo by David Seeley

The key word that Greg Werner, Poteau High School's first-year football coach, said about his Pirates going into last week's regular-season finale was “improved.”
The Pirates improved on their record from the last two years as they ended with a winning record at 6-4 after a 62-14 rout of the Tulsa Rogers Ropers on Nov. 2 at Costner Stadium on Senior Night.
“It was a good night,” Werner said. “It's always good to end on a win. Not many teams get to end things with a win, and we ended on a win. Everybody got to play a lot, so it was a very good night.”

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