POCOLA—Pocola’s Morgan Francis hit five 3’s and scored 19 points to lead the Lady Indians to a 48-38 win over Talihina on Tuesday in Black Diamond Conference play.
The two teams were tied at 21 at the half before Pocola outscored the Lady Tigers, 12-6, in the third quarter to take …
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 …
Several LeFlore County players were named to the Oklahoma Coaches Association all-state by class team.
The full list of East players can be seen HERE.
Poteau’s Ben Klutts was named to the 4A team as a quarterback.
In 2A, Spiro defensive back Landon Rogers was selected.
For Class A, Pocola quarterback Kyler Ree …
EDMOND–The University of Central Oklahoma recently announced the students named to the university’s honor rolls, a distinction given to those who achieve the highest academic standards.
For the fall 2016 semester, 1,282 students were named to the President’s Honor Roll, an honor achieved by those who recorded a “straight-A” or 4.0 …
TAHLEQUAH—Northeastern State University’s president’s honor roll and dean’s honor roll students from LeFlore County.
President’s honor roll (students must complete 12 hours of undergraduate classes with a 4.0 grade point average)
Poteau—Amber Anderson, Haley Copeland, Jeremy Cremeans, Brittany Rice, Candice Yochum.
Talihina—Hanna Clemons, Audra King.
Dean’s honor roll (students must complete at least …
TALIHINA—Talihina’s Trevor Trowbridge was named to play for the East in the all-state football game in Tulsa this summer.
Trowbridge was named as an offensive lineman. He was the only LeFlore County player named to the team.
The rosters were selected by the Oklahoma Football Coaches Association. Rosters for the East and …
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 …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—Howe sophomore Jalei Oglesby was selected the girls’ MVP of the 2017 LeFlore County Tournament.
Oglesby scored 17 points in the Lady Lions’ 61-32 win over Heavener in the championship game, including 15 points in the third quarter.
Howe teammates Braden Dorsey and Morgan Hillebrand were also named …
By CRAIG HALL
FORT SMITH, Ark.—With points at a premium in Saturday’s boys championship game of the 85th annual LeFlore County Tournament, Poteau held Talihina to only seven points over the middle two quarters in a 46-42 win over the Golden Tigers.
LCT boys final bracket.xls
It was the second straight year …
FORT SMITH, Ark.—The LeFlore boys and Talihina girls scored impressive wins in the fifth-place championship games Friday at the Stubblefield Center on the campus of the University of Arkansas-Fort Smith.
LeFlore gained a 54-30 win over Howe while the Lady Tigers outran Wister in a 76-64 win in the early game.