The Whitebead Lady Chiefs let an 11-point fourth quarter lead slip away to the Maryetta Raiders in the opening round of the ORES State Tournament on Thursday.

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The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers avenged an earlier loss to Tuttle with a 51-37 win over the No. 16 Lady Tigers in the Canadian Valley Conference match play.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers couldn't overcome a 21-7 Marlow run in the first half and a 15-2 run late of Friday's games with the Outlaws falling 52-31 on senior night.

The Pauls Valley Panthers overcame a four-point third quarter to avenge an earlier loss to Marlow with a 50-46 win over the Outlaws on senior night. Junior Quincy Jackson led the Panthers with a team-high 17 points as PV won for the sixth time this season.

With the exception of a couple of lead changes early, Pauls Valley led the rest of the way in Friday's consolation semifinal against Madill in the Tishomingo Tournament.

Pauls Valley rallied from six points down in the fourth quarter for a 55-48 win over the Clinton Red Tornadoes in the semifinals of the Tishomingo Tournament on Friday.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers jumped out quickly and never really looked back in a 46-30 victory over Marietta in the opening round of the Tishomingo Tournament Thursday.

The Pauls Valley Panthers gave the No. 13 Marietta Indians everything they wanted Thursday on the hardwood taking them to overtime. In overtime, Marietta jumped out early and they held off Pauls Valley for a 59-54 win.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers bounced back from Friday night's loss to No. 17 Tuttle with a 68-45 win at Bridge Creek on Saturday.

The Pauls Valley Panthers ended a 10-game losing streak on Saturday defeating Bridge Creek 43-31 and avenging a Tuesday night loss to the Bobcats.

Cailen Jolley scored the first five points in Friday's game with Tuttle, but foul trouble pushed her to the bench and Tuttle took advantage with a 57-45 win.

It is with great pleasure that the National High School Athletic Coaches Association announces the advancement of Chad Chronister from Pauls Valley High School as a finalist for the 2019 National High School Athletic Coaches Association national coach of the year in the area of Assistant Coach. 

Paoli football has had a wonderful 2018 season. With a winning season record of 10-2 the district champion Pugs made it to the second round of playoffs for the second year in a row.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers coupled a 10-0 first-quarter run with a 14-0 second and third-quarter run to blow out the Bridge Creek Bobcats 51-29.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers bounced back in the third-place game of the Charles K. Heatly Classic with a 72-37 win over Lexington.The Lady Panthers had a big first quarter behind three 3-point baskets by Allie Lance as they took a double-digit lead. 

In the South Central Conference Tournament, the Maysville Warriors finished second and the Paoli Pugs were the consolation champ on the boy's side while the Maysville Lady Warriors finished fourth and the Paoli Lady Pugs the consolation runner up.

The Pauls Valley Panthers and Lindsay Leopards matched up for the second time in two days in the opening round of the Charles K. Heatly Classic in Lindsay Thursday.

The Pauls Valley Lady Panthers exploded in the second quarter with a 24-2 run lifting them to an easy 61-40 win over Community Christian School (CCS) in the opening round of the Charles K. Heatly Tournament in Lindsay Thursday.

The Stratford Bulldogs opened play in the Alex Tournament with a 53-39 win over Ninnekah on Thursday. Three players scored in double figures as the Bulldogs got out early and cruised to their eighth win of the season.

Turner used an 8-0 run late in the game to hold off the Paoli Pugs for a 50-46 win in the opening round of the South Central Conference Tournament in Maysville Thursday.

Fox scored the first 6 points of the game on their way to a 12-2 run that led to a 77-43 win over Paoli Lady Pugs in the South Central Conference Tournament in Maysville Thursday.

Lindsay used a barrage of three-pointers in the middle of the first quarter to open up a lead of Pauls Valley and cruised from there for a 63-45 win Tuesday in Lindsay.

Pauls Valley was able to overcome a foul played game pulling away from Lindsay in the second half for a 70-46 win at the Leopard Arena in Lindsay.

The Elmore City-Pernell Badgers held an early lead in Friday’s game with Healdton but couldn’t hold the lead as the Bulldogs finished strong in a 74-62 win.

The Stratford Bulldogs played No. 20 Roff tough for the first six minutes of the game. A smothering Tiger defense came to life late in the first quarter with a 20-3 run and they never looked back in a 58-24 win over Stratford.

The Pauls Valley Panthers struggled shooting wise, from the opening tip Tuesday night at Marlow. Marlow, on the other hand, scorched the nets in the final three quarters for a 55-32 win over the Panthers for their first win of the year.

For the second year in the row, the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers have shot poorly when playing in Marlow. Both times they had a chance to win late, but both times they have fallen including a 43-31 decision Tuesday night.

Payton Wood got back to his scoring ways for Stratford with 21 points to lead four players in double figures to a 66-44 win over Asher Tuesday night.

The Stratford Lady Bulldogs got off to a horrific start in Thursday's game at Roff. The Lady Bulldogs bounced back int eh second half behind a 26-2 run for a 47-24 win over the Lady Tigers.

The No. 18 Pauls Valley Panthers blew open a tight game with a 13-0 run in the first quarter over rival Purcell and cruised to a 67-32 win over the Lady Dragons.

The Pauls Valley Panthers couldn't overcome a 9-1 run to start the game by rival Purcell falling to the Dragons 69-52 at the Panther Gymnasium.

Pauls Valley rallied from a double-digit deficit against No. 16 and undefeated Sulphur, Saturday. Trailing by two in the closing seconds, Allie Lance pulled up for a jumper along the baseline. Her shot bounced off the rim but Cailen Jolley tipped the ball back up and it rolled around the rim…

The Stratford Bulldogs bounced back from an opening round loss in the Big 8 Tournament to capture the consolation title beating Lexington 41-38

The Pauls Valley Panthers couldn’t overcome an 11-0 run to end the first quarter by the No. 20 Washington Warriors Tuesday night losing a 72-60 decision.

Playing a school six times its size did not detour the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers Monday. The No. 16 team in Class 3A Pauls Valley with an average daily membership (ADM) in grades 9-12 of 494 tangled with the No. 17 team in Class 6A Mustang that has an ADM of over 3,000 in the finals of the …

The Stratford Bulldogs are 1-1 in the Pontotoc County Conference Tournament this week. They lost in the first round of the tournament to Roff but then bounced back with a win over Stonewall.

The Paoli Lady Pugs improved to 3-0 on the season after a 57-13 win at Wanette Thursday night.

The Pauls Valley Panthers ran into a buzzsaw in the opening round of the Plainview Tournament. PV took on No. 16 Northeast Academy and the Vikings pulled away in the second half for a 74-47 win.

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Obituaries

Reginald “Reggy” Paul Henderson of Elmore City, Oklahoma was born to Morris Stephens and Evelyn Naomi (Orr) Henderson on January 14, 1943 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma and passed from this life on February 9, 2019 in Davis, Oklahoma at the age of 76 years.

Doris Louise Salisbury (Blevins) entered this life on February 4, 1921 and got her wings on February 5, 2019 at the age of 98 years and one day.

I was born in Pauls Valley, Okla., on March 19, 1947 and passed from this life on February 3, 2019 at my home in Paoli, Okla., at the age of 71.

Annette Dobbins of Pauls Valley, Oklahoma was born to Johnny and Dicie (Graves) Lynn on July 29, 1947 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma and passed from this life on February 1, 2019 in Pauls Valley, Oklahoma at the age of 71 years.