Tylor Perry of Fort Coffee/Spiro HS (University of North Texas): 17.5 points per game (fourth in Conference USA, tied for 83rd in Division I), 45.9% field-goal percentage, 46.6% 3-point field-goal percentage (first in Conference USA, sixth in Division I), 83.2% free-throw percentage (fourth …
Pocola's girls team is back in the top five in the final ranking of the season for Class 2A-6A before playoff assignments are announced on Friday.
A couple of changes came through for the basketball schedule for the evening due to icy road conditions. The only originally scheduled game, Panama vs. Pocola, was canceled. Spiro vs. Muldrow for Tuesday was initially moved up to Monday, but was postponed to Thursday.
Poteau's basketball teams earned a sweep for a second night in a row on the road. Britlee Reed led Poteau's girls (7-8) with 10 points. On the boys side, Poteau's Wyatt Gamble led the Pirates (7-9) with 15 points to counter Spiro's Brycen Graham scoring 14.
Poteau and Pocola's basketball teams swept LeFlore County opponents on Thursday with Poteau doing it on the road and Pocola cruising to the deed at home. Poteau's girls were led by Brooklyn Garner's 14 points, while Poteau's boys saw Dax Collins drop 16 points. Panama's Brex Caldwell kept th…
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All Emmett Bivens had to do was hang on in a heavyweight match in which he was being overpowered by Ouachita Baptist University's Johnny Green, and Bivens avoided being pinned in order to preserve a 23-22 CASC win on Sunday at Mick Thompson Fieldhouse.
Pocola's boys basketball team earned its second straight LeFlore County Tournament championship, and Howe's girls earned their eighth LCT title in nine years. The two teams did it in blowout fashion, albeit in different ways.
LeFlore's girls team reached its first LeFlore County Basketball Tournament final in 28 years as the fifth-seeded Savages (11-8) upset top-seeded Pocola (10-4) in the semifinal 49-45 on Thursday.
LeFlore was the only lower seed winning a winners bracket quarterfinal on Tuesday in the LeFlore County Basketball Tournament, although the No. 5 seed Savages had taken down a No. 4 seed, Spiro. No. 6 seed Poteau boys had a path to victory against No. 3 seed Wister, but it eluded them in the end.
Two lower seeds won first-round games in the LeFlore County Basketball Tournament on Monday, Heavener girls and Talihina boys -- both of which were seeded 10th.
Poteau's boys and girls wrestling teams both took fourth out of 15 teams at the Greg Henning Invitational, which took place Friday and Saturday in Tuttle.
Talihina's boys and Spiro's girls hung on in the clutch to win the LeFlore County Junior High Basketball Tournament on Saturday in Panama. Here are the scores from the final day.
The top two seeds held in the LeFlore County Junior High Basketball Tournament boys semifinals as No. 1 Talihina will face No. 2 Pocola in the final on Saturday. Here are the Friday results, followed by the Saturday slate.
In the LeFlore County Junior High Basketball Tournament girls semifinals, two lower-seeded teams prevailed with No. 8 Spiro and No. 6 Hodgen making the final. Here are the scores from Thursday action.
Following are the Day 2 scores from the LeFlore County Junior High Basketball Tournament. Talihina and Panama have both their boys and girls teams in the winners bracket semifinals.
Wister and Heavener's boys basketball teams were rewarded for starting the season strong with their first appearances in the rankings in recent vintage.
Poteau's girls basketball team earned its first win of the season while taking down Haskell 50-33 in its Henryetta Knights Basketball Tournament first-round game on Thursday.
A year after sweeping the LeFlore County Basketball Tournament championships, Pocola's teams were awarded the top seeds for the LCT as seeding was decided on Wednesday.
Pocola's Allyssa Parker scored 10 of her 21 points in the first quarter to push the Indians (6-3) to their second Black Diamond Conference win on the road.
Dak Prescott threw for 282 yards and two touchdowns to Dalton Schultz as the Dallas Cowboys beat the banged-up and resting Tennessee Titans 27-13 on Thursday night in Nashville, Tenn., for their sixth win in seven games.
After rebuilding Florida State’s program over the past few years, coach Mike Norvell will take a moment to savor the No. 13 Seminoles’ 35-32 victory over Oklahoma in the Cheez-It Bowl on Thursday in Orlando, Fla. Then, he said, it’s time to get back to work.
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Arkansas coach Sam Pittman admitted he was exhausted after more than four hours of football. Who could blame him after the Razorbacks and Kansas combined for 108 points?
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While they are only nine and eight games into their college basketball seasons, respectively, Spiro High School graduate Tylor Perry and Jalei Oglesby of Howe are among the top 100 scorers in each of their divisions.
Pocola's girls basketball team was rewarded with the No. 1 ranking in Class 2A after a thrilling win against Howe for the Choctaw Nation Invitational Tournament on Saturday.
In a finish echoing the Pocola-Howe Class 2A girls state championship game nine months ago, Pocola beat Howe 43-39 in the Choctaw Nation Invitational Tournament final in Talihina on Saturday for its second straight CNIT title with Bailey Lairamore getting a key steal and Allyssa Parker hitti…
About 11 months after Howe and Pocola faced off in an epic LeFlore County Tournament girls final in Talihina that Pocola won 66-65 in overtime and eight months since Pocola beat Howe 40-36 in the Class 2A state championship game, the two teams that are ranked near the top of 2A meet in anoth…
Pocola and Howe's girls advanced on the winners side of the Choctaw Nation Invitational Tournament in Talihina with wins on Thursday. Here are the scores for Round 1.
Howe’s girls and Talihina’s boys topped the seeding for the LeFlore County Junior High Basketball Tournament, as it was seeded on Wednesday.
Nine months after winning the Class 2A state championship 40-36 against Howe, Pocola's girls basketball team enters its first ranking of the 2022-23 campaign near the top.
Wister's boys made a big run in the second quarter, and Keota's girls broke away in the third during championship games of the Nadine Carpenter Classic in LeFlore on Saturday.
Poteau's boys basketball team earned its first win of the season on Friday. Kord Fenton hit the go-ahead 3-pointer with a minute and a half left.
- Poteau City Hall, LeFlore County Court House closed today (Wednesday); Budget Board meeting rescheduled for Friday morning
- Local schools either closed or doing virtual learning for Wednesday classes (UPDATE)
- Ice storm warning issued
- Poteau Rotary Club cancels weekly meeting for second straight week
- College basketball stats for LeFlore County athletes through January 30
- LeFlore County February 2023 sports calendar
- Winter storm warning continues
- Basketball postponements/cancellations for January 31
- Male taken into LCSD custody after Tuesday afternoon shooting near Poteau
- Friday night hoops: Poteau sweeps Spiro; Wildcats win in 2 OT, more results
- Poteau, Pocola sweep LeFlore County foes; more area hoops
- Heavy snow blankets LeFlore County
- Keota man loses life, Spiro woman injured in Tuesday night accident near Sunset Corner
- Final 2022-23 basketball rankings: Pocola girls jump to fourth, WIster boys back at No. 19 in 2A
- Poteau football trio makes 4A All-Stars
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- LeFlore County Basketball Tournament: LeFlore girls upset Pocola, making first final since 1995 to face Howe; Poteau wins consolation prize, Spiro 5th
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