ARKOMA—Keota’s girls and boys advanced to the Class A district tournament champion game with wins on Friday. Keota’s girls took advantage of a huge advantage in free throws to down Arkoma, 56-46; while the Lions rallied in the fourth quarter to defeat Cameron’s boys, 56-51. Both Keota teams advance to the district ...
February 11, 2017Craig Hall
ARKOMA—Howe and Arkoma split their Green Valley Conference games here Tuesday. The Lady Lions improved to 21-2 with an easy 85-23 win while Arkoma’s boys earned the split with a 74-65 victory in the second game. Howe’s girls built a 31-5 lead after the first quarter and coasted to the easy win. ...
February 8, 2017Craig Hall
ARKOMA—Arkoma’s boys scored their biggest win of the season by knocking off Class B’s top-ranked Kinta while the Lady Mustangs pulled out an overtime win. The Mustangs trailed 41-40 going into the fourth quarter before outscoring Kinta, 21-11, in the fourth quarter for the win. Arkoma (14-7) was led by Colton McBride ...
February 4, 2017Craig Hall
ARKOMA—Arkoma won both Green Valley Conference games over Bokoshe on Thursday. The Lady Mustangs jumped out to a big lead early and held on for a 56-49 win while Arkoma’s boys dominated the Tigers over the final three quarters of an 81-40 victory. Arkoma’s girls led 17-7 at the end of the ...
February 3, 2017Craig Hall
Schedules for Class A and B basketball district tournaments have been announced by the OSSAA. Tournaments will be held Feb. 10 and 11. CLASS A BOYS AREA II BRACKET CLASS A GIRLS AREA II BRACKET CLASS B BOYS BRACKET CLASS B GIRLS BRACKET In Class A, Cameron and Keota are in a ...
February 2, 2017Craig Hall
WISTER—Wister took both games from Arkoma in Green Valley Conference play on Tuesday. The Lady Wildcats took the opener, 59-51, before Wister’s boys completed the sweep with a 68-50 victory. Wister’s girls improved to 5-9 while the Lady Mustangs drop to 2-6. The Wildcats got a fast start, outscoring Arkoma 21-4 in the ...
January 11, 2017Craig Hall
ARKOMA—The 2016 Arkoma fast-pitch softball schedule. Aug. 8 LeFLORE, WEBBERS FALLS Aug. 9 CAMERON Aug. 11-13 at Pocola Tournament Aug. 15 WISTER Aug. 16 at LeFlore Aug. 18 GANS Aug. 22 WHITESBORO, BOKOSHE Aug. 23 at Gans (Kinta) Aug. 25 at Talihina (Antlers) Aug. 26 HAWORTH, KINTA Aug. 29 at Central (Gore) Sept. 1 McCURTAIN Sept. 8-10 at Central Tournament Sept. 12-15 LCT Sept. 19 ...
July 29, 2016Craig Hall
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The OSSAA has released the tentative Average Daily Membership (ADM) for the 2016-2017 school year. The ADV is used to determine classifications for schools in sports for this school year, aside from football. The full list of Oklahoma schools can be seen HERE. For LeFlore County, 11 of the 13 high ...
July 22, 2016Craig Hall
The 2016 composite football schedules for LeFlore County teams. Aug. 26—Haskell at Heavener; Panama at Warner; Atoka at Talihina. Sept. 2—Heavener at Panama; Poteau at Durant; Hackett, Ark. at Pocola; Talihina at Wilburton; Bokoshe at Arkoma; Spiro at Roland. Sept. 9—Stilwell at Heavener; Panama at Central Sallisaw; Tulsa Hale at Poteau; Arkoma at ...
July 8, 2016Craig Hall
LeFLORE—Dillon Jackson of Panama was named the Most Valuable Player for the 2016 baseball LeFlore County Tournament while five players from champion Wister were named to the team. Jackson helped the Razorbacks reach the championship game with four straight wins in the loser’s bracket. Wister placed Jake Sconyers, Cash Balentine, Jesse Hammons, ...
April 10, 2016Craig Hall