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Playoffs getting hot and heavy now; Diamond Notes Column will move to Wednesdays beginning next week (WITH CORRECT SITE OF CLASS 3A REGIONAL TOURNAMENT)

September 30, 2014

The postseason of the 2014 fast-pitch softball and fall baseball seasons is heating up. Poteau will begin its softball playoffs Wednesday in the Class 4A District Tournament at Broken Bow, while Heavener, Spiro, Panama, Pocola, Wister, Arkoma and Whitesboro will be in regional tournaments this week with the shot at making state — which will be next week.
The Cameron Yellowjackets will have two shots at making next week's Class A State Tournament at this week's regional tournament, in which both the champion and consolation champion make state.

Leflore boys force if-game with Buffalo Valley, but Buffaloes ultimately earn district title

September 30, 2014

LEFLORE — The Class B District Tournament went the full distance last week, but unfortunately the Leflore Savages baseball team did not take home the district championship.
After the Savages beat the Buffalo Valley Buffaloes 4-3 in Friday afternoon’s first title game, the Buffs took the winner-take-all game 5-2.
The Buffaloes beat the Savages 5-2 on Thursday night after the Savages routed the Panola Bearcats 12-0.
The Savages end the season at 12-14.

Three Heavener runners place, two medal, at Saturday's OSU Jamboree

September 30, 2014

STILLWATER — Three Heavener High School cross country runners placed, with two of them medaling, at Saturday's Oklahoma State University Jamboree.
Frank Cruz was the lone Wolf to run, placing 37th (20:17.12).
Two Lady Wolves ran the course. Barbara Johnson was 29th (14:17.08), while Brenda Macias was 118th (20:32.92).
Cruz and Johnson medaled since they finished in the top 50.
The Heavener runners, along with Poteau's runners, will return to action at 11 a.m. Saturday at the Chili Pepper Invitational in Fayetteville, Ark.

Pocola girls outlast Talihina to win Class 2A District Tournament

September 29, 2014

TALIHINA — It took all three games, but the Pocola Lady Indians were able to outlast the Talihina Lady Golden Tigers to win the Class 2A District Tournament on Friday afternoon by a score of 9-1.
The two teams split the first two games on Thursday, with Talihina wining the first game 9-2 but Pocola came back to win the second game 13-3 to force Friday’s winner-take-all game.

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The postseason of the 2014 fast-pitch softball and fall baseball seasons is heating up. Poteau will...
LEFLORE — The Class B District Tournament went the full distance last week, but unfortunately the...
STILLWATER — Three Heavener High School cross country runners placed, with two of them medaling, at...

 

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