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Wister boys beat Poteau, Jay in Poteau Festival; Wildcat pitcher strikes out 14 Bulldog batters; ’Dogs beat Pirates

April 1, 2013

WATTS GOING ON? — Wister base runner Jon Watts, center, arrives at third base while Poteau third baseman Jay Werner, left, and Wister coach John McAlester, right, watch during Friday's game at Poteau High School's Town Creek Park. Poteau shortstop Roger Barcheers, back center, and Poteau center fielder Blake Johnson, back left, also watch. PDN photo by David Seeley

Despite rainy conditions Friday afternoon and early evening, Poteau's three-game festival got to take place at Town Creek Park. Unfortunately, the day and evening were not good for the home team.
The Wister Wildcats got a run in the seventh inning to rally for a 5-4 win over the Pirates, who lost the first game of the day to the Jay Bulldogs by the score of 9-4.
The middle game also went to the Wildcats as Wister pitcher and Seminole State College signee Tyler Gibson struck out 14 Jay batters as the ’Cats beat the ’Dogs 8-2.

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