MULDROW — The Poteau Pirates baseball team may have let the Muldrow Bulldogs know what it will be like next week in the Class 4A District Tournament at Town Creek Park.
The Pirates perhaps gave a prelude of things to come with a 13-4 road win over the ’Dogs on Thursday afternoon.
The Pirates, who led 2-0 after an inning, put the game away with a 10-run second inning, for a 12-0 lead.
Arkoma 12, Bokoshe 4: In Arkoma, the Mustangs won for the second time in three games, both coming at the expense of the Tigers.
With the game tied at 4 in the second inning, the Mustangs scored four runs in their second inning, then added four more runs in the fourth inning.
Pocola 18, Quinton 2: Tuesday in Pocola, the Indians had a pair of nine-run innings in the first two innings for an 18-0 lead after two innings.
Spiro 10, Roland 0: Tuesday in Spiro, the Bulldogs scored in all four innings in which they batted, leading 3-0 after an inning, with a four-run fourth inning putting the game into run-rule status.
Heavener 15, Idabel 1; Hugo 4, Heavener 3: In Idabel, the Wolves split Tuesday's three-way.
In Heavener's win over Idabel, Colby McGee, who got the win, and Corry Duncan combined to two-hit the host Warriors.
There was no more information reported on the loss to Hugo.
Howe 17, Gans 14: Tuesday in Gans, the Lions, who trailed 14-12 after four innings, scored five runs in the fifth inning to get the come-from-behind win.
Panama 18, Hulbert 0; Panama 16, Sallisaw-Central 6: Tuesday in Sallisaw, the Razorbacks showed the prep baseball world that one of the Class 2A District Tournament match-ups may not be very good as the Hogs beat both Riders and the host and 18th-ranked Tigers, both of whom will meet next week in districts while Panama will visit Wister.
In Panama's win over Hulbert, the Razorbacks got off to a 5-0 lead after an inning.
In Panama's victory over Sallisaw-Central, the Hogs run ruled the Tigers in four innings.
Fort Smith (Ark.) Southside 8, Spiro 0: Monday in Fort Smith, the Bulldogs were four-hit, getting singles by Colby Demato, Colton Harper, Josh Woolly and Justin Wasson.
Editor's note: Talihina's game at Whitesboro was canceled due to wet fields and will not be rescheduled.