Late games on the girl’s side of the bracket were even closer than the boy’s side at the Big 8 Tournament in Wynnewood.
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 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.
In the opening game of the Plainview Tournament, the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers started slowly in their game with Chickasha. The Lady Panthers finally got going midway through the first quarter and didn't look back in a 66-30 win.
A big second quarter by the Pauls Valley Panthers lifted them to their first win of the year Tuesday night as they hosted rival Lindsay. A 15-4 run to open the second quarter broke open a tight game as PV went on to a 52-41 win over the Leopards.
The Maysville Warriors used the early scoring of Ty Wilmot and Bentley Stevens to give Maysville and early lead against Maud. Stevens and Garrett Queener came alive late in the game to push the Warriors to a 53-39.
The Paoli Pugs finished off a great season last week with a state quarterfinal loss to Pond Creek-Hunter. The Pugs finished as the C-4 District Champs with a 6-0 record and finished the season with a 10-2 record.
The Pauls Valley Panthers played the No. 3 team in Class 3A, Sulphur Bulldogs, tough in their regular season finale, but came up short, in the end, losing 27-14. The loss ended the Panthers season at 5-5 and also ended a three-year streak of making the Class 3A playoffs.
Unranked Pauls Valley put a scare into No. 6 Plainview Friday night in a game with the playoffs on the line for the Panthers. The Panthers grind it out offense kept the Indians high flying offense off the field and it reflected on the scoreboard in a 28-14 Plainview win, their 10thstraight o…
Danchez Patterson and Austin Ashley had huge nights of the ground for the Wynnewood Savages last week. Patterson rushed for 302 yards and 5 touchdowns and Ashley had 208 yards and a touchdown in a 48-38 win over Wewoka.
The Elmore City-Pernell Badgers played with Apache early in last week's game. But a three-touchdown outburst over the final 6 minutes of the first quarter broke a 7-7 time and blew open the game. The Badgers cut the lead to two scores early in the second but Apache scored the final 20 points…
What looked like a contest that would go back-and-forth between two Class 3A-2 teams fighting for a playoff spot, quickly turned one-sided Thursday night at Purcell's Conger Field. With the game tied at 13 late in the first half, Purcell turned the game around scoring 23 points over the next…
The No. 9 team in Class 2A, Washington Warriors, jumped out early on the Stratford Bulldogs and rolled to a 38-8 win Friday night. The Warriors scored 38 straight points including 31 in the first half before Stratford scored late to avoid the shut-out.
Trailing 26-14 at halftime, the Pauls Valley Panthers looked like they were going to get blown out at Bethel Friday night. The Panthers came out strong after the break scoring 44 second-half points including 30 in the fourth quarter in a 58-33 rout of the Wildcats.
Elmore City-Pernell rallied from a 3-touchdown deficit cutting the lead 5 in the fourth quarter but couldn't get all the way back in a 40-29 loss to Rush Springs Friday night.
Elmore City-Pernell won their second straight district game beating Velma-Alma 42-8 on the Badgers homecoming night.The Badgers had a huge night on the ground with 285 yards from seven different backs, five of those reaching the end zone. Kyle Lewis led the way with 71 yards on 9 carries wit…
The Maysville Warriors won their second straight district game defeating the Temple Tigers 54-0 Friday night to improve to 2-3 overall and 2-0 in district play.Gunner Aprill had a huge game with 255 yards in total offense accounting for four Warrior touchdowns.
A game-winning single by Elly Cleveland in the bottom of the seventh ended the Pauls Valley Lady Panthers season on a high note as they came from behind for a 9-8 win over Bethany on Tuesday.
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