ARKOMA—Funeral services for Melvin “Sporty Dave” Cossey, 71, of Arkoma are Tuesday at 2 p.m. at the Woodlawn Memorial Park Chapel in Fort Smith, Ark. with President Paul Martin, Bro. Kevin Mann and Bro. James Neal officiating.
Interment will follow at …
WILBURTON–Eastern Oklahoma State College will host the 45th annual Kiamichi All-Star Classic sports competition May 26 and May 27 in Wilburton. High school athletes, who were selected by area coaches, will compete for either the North or South teams in softball, baseball and basketball.
The Kiamichi All-Star Classic will begin May …
Heavener was given the top seed for the 2017 slow-pitch softball LeFlore County Tournament, which will be played April 10-13 at the PARC in Poteau
Howe is the second seed while Wister is the third seed and Poteau is seeded fourth.
Panama is the fifth seed while Pocola is sixth. Cameron is …
Despite playing without several starters, Heavener’s girls outscored Arkoma, 16-8, on Friday in slow-pitch softball to improve to 3-0.
Heavener played without several starters who were at an FFA show in Oklahoma City.
The Lady Wolves are back in action Monday at the Rattan Festival, taking on Hugo and Fort Towson.
POTEAU—Carl Albert State College has released the names of its President’s Honor Roll and Vice President’s Honor Roll for the first semester.
The following are students from LeFlore County.
President’s (requires a 4.0 GPA)
Arkoma—Morgan E. Giles, Cha-Marie Robertson.
Bokoshe—Kelseigh N. Hopson
Cameron—Edward L. Pate
Heavener—Katie A. Bottoms, Lily R. Friedl, Arturo Ortega, Alexandria L. Rold.
ARKOMA—Panama swept a pair of Green Valley Conference games at Arkoma on Tuesday.
Both Panama teams rallied in the fourth quarters to get the wins. Panama’s girls won, 37-31, while the Razorbacks pulled out an 82-81 victory.
Panama’s girls were tied with Arkoma at 22 after three quarters before the Lady ‘Backs …
Candidates for municipal office in 12 LeFlore County municipalities may file declarations of candidacy starting at 8 a.m. on Monday.i
Sharon Steele, secretary of the county election board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. on Feb. 8.
Declarations of candidacy will be accepted at the county election board office for …
ARKOMA—Arkoma swept both games from Keota in Green Valley Conference play Friday.
Arkoma’s boys blew out Keota, 80-62, while the Lady Mustangs held on for a 47-46 win over the Lady Lions.
After trailing early, Arkoma’s boys controlled the final three quarters to get the win. Arkoma (12-6) had four players in …
ARKOMA—Arkoma swept McCurtain in a pair of Green Valley Conference games on Thursday.
Arkoma’s girls won, 47-32, while the Mustangs enjoyed an easy 90-35 win over McCurtain.
Leading 22-16 at the half, the Lady Mustangs took control of the contest by outscoring McCurtain 14-3 in the third quarter.
Josslyn Beesley led Arkoma (2-12) …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—Poteau senior Sequoyah Sanders was honored as the boys’ MVP of the 85th annual LeFlore County Tournament after leading the Pirates to a 46-42 win over Talihina for the championship.
It was the second straight tournament MVP for Sanders, who scored 17 points in the win.
Poteau also …