Wister: 28-9 (most wins since 2011), made Class A state championship game
The two area baseball teams in state championship games at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark in Oklahoma City on Saturday were unsuccessful in finding enough hits to win gold.
Wister baseball made its first spring state championship game in 10 years. Poteau baseball earned its fifth straight state tournament trip. Howe made a state baseball tournament for the first time in school history. Here are all the scores from today's action.
Carl Albert State College's softball team (20-23, 8-8 Region II) entered the NJCAA Region II tournament on Friday in Pryor as the No. 2 seed. CASC made good on it by winning the first game 3-2 against National Park College (Ark.) on a game-winning two-out, two-run triple by Unique Robinson. …
Wister's baseball team won its first-round state tournament game. Red Oak advanced in the Class B state tourney. In regional action, Poteau and Howe won their first two games. Below are all of today's playoff baseball scores.
The Poteau Kiwanis Club will present its Par 3 Scramble on May 14 at Wolf Ridge Country Club. Registration starts at 8 a.m. It's a shotgun start at 9 a.m. The event is a three-person scramble. Fees are $60 per person. Anyone interested in sponsoring a hole, it's $100. The hole sponsorship de…
Many area baseball and softball playoff tournaments have changed due to weather conditions. Below are postponements that have been announced. This post will be updated with any other postponements.
Red Oak, the top-ranked Class A slow-pitch team, earned a regional. While Heavener is ranked third in Class 5A, the Wolves will be one of the six area teams on the road. Currently, all slow-pitch regionals are scheduled to start on Thursday. Below are assignments for area teams.
Poteau's soccer teams postponed their regular-season finale at home against Wagoner to Tuesday at 5 p.m. for the girls and 7 p.m. for the boys due to thunderstorms. For the boys, a win against the Bulldogs on Tuesday is required to make the Class 4A playoffs.
Whitesboro's softball team won five straight games, including three in the losers bracket, to win its first LeFlore County Slow-Pitch County Tournament championship. Below are the scores from Thursday:
Wister won the LeFlore County Baseball Tournament championship, beating Spiro 12-4 in five innings on Saturday in a second final round game. This is Wister's eighth LCT baseball title.
The LeFlore County Baseball Tournament has been winnowed down to three teams: Wister, Spiro and Whitesboro. Here are the Thursday scores, followed by the remaining schedule at Poteau's Town Creek Park (weather pending).
Howe's Makayla Twyman was selected for the Oklahoma Coaches Association Small East All-State team, with the release of the OCA girls basketball All-State and All-Stars by Class lists on Thursday.
The LeFlore County Slow-Pitch Tournament comes around Monday and runs through April 15, with Poteau hosting the tourney at Town Creek Park and the Poteau Area Recreational Complex. Heavener (19-2), the second-ranked team in Class 5A, will be the top seed. Whitesboro (7-6), the 10th-ranked te…
Spiro and Wister will meet in the winners bracket final of the LeFlore County Baseball Tournaments after earning resounding wins Tuesday night. Following are the Day 2 scores and the upcoming schedule.
The top four seeds won their initial games of the LeFlore County Baseball Tournament on Monday. Following are the scores, as well as Tuesday's schedule.
The bracket for the LeFlore County Baseball Tournament has been set with Wister (9-2, ranked fourth in Class A) as the top seed, Poteau (13-3, 8-0 District 4A-8) as the No. 2 seed, Spiro (13-2, 8-0 District 3A-2) as the No. 3 seed and Whitesboro (13-3) as the No. 4 seed.
Three from LeFlore County were recognized when the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association announced its All-State honors on Friday.
Oral Roberts is one of the mid-major darlings in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA men's basketball tournament, along with Loyola Chicago. ORU is the bracketbuster and the last remaining Oklahoma team in the tourney. Here are the Sweet 16 schedules for both tournaments.
With Howe having won its sixth girls basketball state championship on March 13, this is a good time to examine the state championships won by each LeFlore County school.
Below are the teams in the LeFlore County area that were in the baseball and slow-pitch rankings in the week of March 22.
Howe boys basketball player Jensin Coggins makes a fadeaway at the third quarter buzzer in the Oklahoma Class 2A state quarterfinal against Cashion in Oklahoma City on March 11, 2021. This was one the game-changing plays as Howe took a 31-29 lead at the end of the third quarter and went on t…
Howe's Raelyn Delt makes a shot at the end of the first half of the Oklahoma Class 2A state quarterfinal against Pocola at Noble High School on March, 11, 2021. Howe led Pocola 30-21 at halftime and went on to win 56-47.
Four LeFlore County basketball teams play in area playoffs in the coming days with hopes of making state tournaments. The three in Class 2A need just one win to get into the state tourney. Here's the slate.
Buffalo Valley's boys teams won their regional and the Howe teams and Pocola girls won their home districts, highlighting Tuesday action. Below are all the area scores and the upcoming slate.
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