Bokoshe Tigers seek first 2012 football win Friday night in road game against Midway

BOKOSHE — The Bokoshe Tigers football team originally was slated to have had an off date last week. Instead, since both the Tigers and the Webbers Falls Warriors were open, they decided to meet last Friday night in Bokoshe.With the fact that the Tigers are an injury-filled squad, the open date would have been welcomed. Instead, the visiting Warriors defeated the Tigers 69-0 in a game stopped at halftime by the mercy rule.With the Tigers (0-4, 0-3 in District C-4) so injured, the week off may not have been as beneficial as hoped.“I know the week off would have helped, but I'm just not sure how much it would have helped,” said Tyler Massey, Bokoshe's second-year coach.However, things may be looking up for the Tigers, who will travel this Friday night to Council Hill to meet the Midway Chargers at 7:30 p.m. The Chargers are also winless at 0-4 overall and 0-3 in districty play, and have been outscored 208-22 this season — which includes last week's 71-22 loss to Southwest Covenant in Council Hill.— — —District C-4 StandingsTeam District Overall +/-SW Covenant 2-0 2-1 +30Webbers Falls 2-0 4-0 +30Thackerville 1-0 1-2 +15Maud 2-1 3-1 +15Sasakwa 2-1 3-1 +15Arkoma 1-2 1-3 -15Bokoshe 0-3 0-4 -45Midway 0-3 0-4 -45— — —To Get There — Take Oklahoma State Highway 31 west to Quinton. Take Oklahoma State Highway 71 north to Enterprise. Take Oklahoma State Highway 9 west to Eufaula. Take U.S. 69 north to Checotah. Take U.S. 266 west to Oklahoma State Highway 72. Take Highway 72 north to Council Hill, the location of Midway High School.