Sports

Tue
12
Dec

Pirate boys find their way at Haskell Tourney

The Bristow Pirate boys basketball team struggled in their first two games of the Haskell tournament last week, falling to Wagoner 67-34, then Haskell 73-66, before closing the tourney with a 52-45 win over Porter on Saturday.

In the opener against Wagoner, the Pirates could not get the lid off the bucket during the first three periods of play, scoring just three points in the first quarter, nine in the second and seven in the third.

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Tue
12
Dec

Lady Hornets building from the ground up

The Depew Lady Hornets, currently sitting on a 1-4 overall record are coming off a 58-56 win over the Mason Lady Eagles, but their singlewin record does not tell the whole story.

This young team, coached by Brian Kader has not been blown out in any game and lost by two points to Olive and held their own with #14 powerhouse Davenport.

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Tue
12
Dec

Pirate Wrestling Tournament

Pirate wrestler Luke Miller won two matches on Saturday after losing his first match on Friday during the Chuck West Tournament.

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Tue
12
Dec

Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation fishing report

Ft. Gibson: Dec. 5. Elevation below normal, water 55 and clear. White bass slow on Carolinarigged live shad along the river channel and deep holes from Chouteau Bend Park north. Crappie slow on hair jigs, minnows and tube jigs at Taylor Ferry area docks and the main lake. Blue, channel and flathead catfish being caught drift fishing the Taylors Ferry area, the main lake and river channel.

Keystone: Dec. 5. Elevation normal, water clear. Blue catfish good on cut bait below the dam and along channels. Crappie good on minnows around brush structure and docks.

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Fri
08
Dec

Big Ponies take down Pirates

By J.D. Meisner

For the Bristow Pirates, one of the factors in Tuesday's' 42- 54 loss to Kellyville was an inability to shut down 6'4” power forward, junior Jordan White, who put up 25 points for the Ponies.

White's performance, coupled with the size differential, made things tough for the Pirates in the paint.

“Looking at the numbers, the obvious difference was points in the paint,” said Pirate Head Coach Ray Tankersley. “Eighteen for us and 38 for them. Also, the Pirates only made two of their six free throw opportunities, to Kellyville's 16 of 27.

 

 

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Fri
08
Dec

Lady Pirates drop one to Kellyville

By J.D. Meisner

The Bristow Lady Pirates were scoreless during the first four minutes of Tuesday's game against the Kellyville Lady Ponies, but clawed their way back to within two points with three minutes remaining in the game – but sharp shooting from the Ponies in the closing minutes left Bristow with a disappointing 48-60 loss.

“We got off to a slow start,” said Head Coach Matt Morgan. “After four minutes we were down 15-0. The girls showed some toughness to keep fighting and make a strong comeback. We slowly cut into the lead and made a basket with three minutes left in the game that put us down only two points.”

The Ponies answered with a big three-point shot, extending their lead to five.

 

 

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Tue
05
Dec

Bristow vs Cleveland

Kyren Johnson shoots a jumper from the paint. The Pirates fell to Cleveland in Friday’s game, 50 - 70.

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Tue
05
Dec

Pirates open basketball season 1-1

Two games into the 2017- 18 basketball season, the Bristow Pirates are 1-1 with a 64-59 win over the Henryetta Knights and a 50-70 loss to the Cleveland Tigers.

The Pirates had a tenuous 52-40 lead going into the fourth quarter against Henryetta and held off a late run by the Knights to take the non-conference win in their first game of the season.

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Tue
05
Dec

Lady Pirates open season with back-to-back wins

The Bristow Lady Pirate basketball team has opened the 2017-18 season with a 2-0 record following wins over the Henr yetta Lady Knights and conference rivals, the Cleveland Lady Tigers.

The Bristow ladies jumped out in the first quarter of the game against Henryetta and held their lead throughout the game, finishing with a final score of 55-31.

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Tue
05
Dec

Pirate basketball building on young foundation

Last season, the Bristow Pirates boys basketball team had a successful 10-15 record and Head Coach Ray Tankersley said he is looking for good things from this season's squad and hopes to put his boys in a position to reach the state tournament.

“Our goals are always the same,” said Tankersley, who has been coaching at Bristow for the last 18 years. “We want to play to the best of our ability. We want to always play hard and work together as a team. Success is best measured by knowing that you did your best and gave it your best effort. Our playoff goals are to get to Area, because at that point you are just a game or two away from state and anything can happen.”

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