McALESTER — Here’s a look back at everything that happened over the weekend.
All scores reported to OSSAARankings.com.
Canadian’s softball team lost to Crowder on Friday, 14-0. The Lady Cougars were scheduled to play a three-way series with Calvin and Panola on Tuesday.
The 0-1 Cougars forfeited their Week 2 football game against Seminole due to low numbers. The team plans to start its season Friday against Depew.
An 8-2 win against Preston on Sept. 10 kicked off 4-1 week for the Demons, who went on to beat Pittsburg and Buffalo Valley at the Stuart Tournament over the weekend, 14-0 and 8-5 respectively. Crowder lost to Stuart in Saturday’s final, 6-1, but came back to beat Oktaha 2-1 in 11 innings on Monday to go 14-7 overall.
Crowder played Oktaha on the road Tuesday and next plays at Moss on Thursday.
Though the Demonettes lost 9-0 to Stuart on Sept. 9, they beat Braggs 11-1 on Thursday to snap a seven-game losing streak, then beat Canadian 14-5 on Friday. The team lost 14-5 to Quinton on Monday and played Eufaula on the road Tuesday.
No score had been reported as of Tuesday morning for the Lady Warriors’ softball game at Calvin on Friday. Haileyville hosts Whitesboro on Friday.
The 0-2 Warriors host a football team from Hartford, Ark., on Friday.
Hartshorne’s softball team went 1-2 at the Kiowa Tournament over the weekend, losing to Buffalo Valley 2-3 on Friday. The Lady Miners beat Kiowa 2-1 on Saturday but lost to Talihina in the fifth-place game, 4-1 that same day.
The Lady Miners played Tushka on the road Tuesday and next play at Eufaula on Thursday. Fresh off beating their second 3A football school in a row, the Miners will try to make it a sweep when they head to Stigler on Friday.
The Warriors had been scheduled to participate in the Stuart Tournament over the weekend but dropped out. Indianola had also been scheduled to play at Pittsburg on Monday, but that score had not been reported.