HEAVENER â€” In a battle of the last two LeFlore County Tournament champions, the Heavener Lady Wolves [last springâ€™s champs] nipped the Poteau Lady Pirates [last fallâ€™s champs] by a score of 1-0 Tuesday afternoon. It was also a rematch of last fallâ€™s county title game.
The gameâ€™s only run scored on Sydney Craseâ€™s two-out, RBI single in the opening inning, scoring Jacee Manley.
Arkoma 10, Whitesboro 4; Keota 2, Arkoma 1; Keota 4, Whitesboro 0: In Arkoma, the Lady Lions beat both county opponents, while the Lady Mustangs split their games.
McCURTAIN â€” The Cameron pitching duo of Dillon Jackson and Blaise Lomon combined to no-hit the McCurtain Bulldogs 16-2 in the second game of Mondayâ€™s Green Valley Conference doubleheader.
The Yellowjackets beat the Bulldogs in the opener 8-1.
Leflore 7, Okay 1: Tuesday in Okay, the Savages broke a scoreless tie with a six-run second inning.
Editorâ€™s note: Tuesdayâ€™s Whitesboro-Smithville game was only a junior high contest as the high school teams did not play.
As practice started, Spiro football coach Chris Bunch was very concerned with his linemen, on both sides of the ball. He hopes to get some answers Thursday night when his Bulldogs will be in a five-way scrimmage at Okmulgee with three Tulsa schools â€” Tulsa Hale, Tulsa McLain/TSST and Tulsa Webster.
The junior varsity portion of the scrimmage will begin at 5 p.m., followed by the varsity squads at 6 p.m.