The Moore American


April 10, 2013

Area Notebook: SaberCats, Jaguars, Lions

Tucker garners All-State nod; Jags smash Lions on diamond

MOORE — The Westmoore boys soccer team ran its record to 4-4 Friday with a 2-0 win over Putnam City.

The Jaguars got goals from Franciso Arvizo and Jarrett Wingfield. Chandler Dawson collected six saves to get the shutout.

Westmoore will be back in action when it host Norman North Friday.


In their third matchup of the season, No. 2 Westmoore rolled over No. 1 Moore 13-1 Tuesday at WMH.

It took only three innings for the Jaguars to put the Lions away. They did most of their damage in the second when they peppered Moore's defense 10 runs.

Moore was unable to respond in the top of the before the jags put the game away with three runs in the bottom of the innings.

Westmoore moved to 23-4 on the season and has won nine of their past 10 games. That includes sweeping through the Muskogee Slugout over the weekend with wins over No. 6 Sequoyah Tahlequah (5A), No. 10 Poteau, No. 7 Jenks, No. 6. Muskogee and No. 1 Red Oak (A). Their only loss in that span was a 5-3 contest against Tecumseh Monday.

The Lions are now 26-3 as it comes down the stretch. It's coming off winning the Washington Tournament and will play in the Muskogee Festival of Champions Friday against Poteau and Jenks.

No. 9 Southmoore (19-7) will also be at the Muskogee tourney.


Most track teams got back to work Friday at the Putnam City Invitational Track meet.

Westmoore took third overall on the boys side with 74 points. Southmoore was seventh and Moore placed 10th.

The SaberCat's Jalen Adams won the 200 meter dash with a time 22.27. The junior held off Enid's Alex Loften (22.41).

Moore's Joseph Gregory took the 800 meter run in 2:01.45. Westmoore's Calvin Miller and Alex Davis came in fourth and fifth respectively.

Davis also had success in the 1600 meter run. He ran a 4:38.89 to win the race ahead of teammate Jake Bowen.

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