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December 18, 2013

Prep roundup

Boys basketball

SEQUOYAH 90, MCALESTER 87, 2 OT – Sequoyah’s Caisen Green connected for 25 points, 18 coming in the two OT periods. The Class 3A No. 5 Indians (5-1) found themselves down 13 to start the fourth. Zach Parish put up 17 and Quinton Johnston finished with 15. The defensive effort pressured McAlester late and allowed a mere four points in the final period of regulation.

EUFAULA 51, MORRIS 47, OT – Daxton Williams two free throws with 5 seconds to go put the Ironheads up four and sealed the victory in overtime. Eufaula (3-1) got solid efforts all around from Gage Durrett and his 12 points, while Devin Siers put in 10 of his own.

HASKELL 69, BEGGS 63 – Alex Wheeland led all scorers as he poured in 26 for the Haymakers. Wes Davis added 18 for Haskell (4-0), which remained undefeated on the season.

HENRYETTA 77, CHECOTAH 73, 2 OT – The Knights’ Chet Caywood rocked the rim hitting 30 points and Riley Berry piled up 18 for Henryetta (4-1). Dayton Ellis’ 25 and Cameron Pipe’s 20 weren’t enough for Checotah (2-1). Caywood knocked down 9 of 10 from the stripe in the second over-time period to assure no third OT was needed.

BRAGGS 63, PORTER 60 – It was a back and forth game all night that was decided by an 11-4 run by Braggs (5-3) in the final three minutes. Payton York rained shots all night in a 27-point effort shooting 11-of-13 from the foul line. Rowdy Ensminger had 16 and  Brodey Igert put in 12. The Pirates were led by Matt Garcia’s double-double putting up 13 points and pulling down 13 boards. Dean VanVors knocked down 14, and Nick Jenkins and Bracey Kilgore each had a baker’s dozen.

SALLISAW CENTRAL 37, VIAN 32 – Eric Casey and the Wolverines couldn’t get going in their opener. Casey was the lone player in double figures.

TAHLEQUAH 69, PRYOR 62 – Matt Alberty’s 30 points and 11 rebounds led the way for Tahlequah (2-3). Will Carlile had 19 points, but it was the 9 points from Hunter Smith off the bench that sparked the victory for the Tigers.

LOCUST GROVE 82, KEYS 41 – Tyler Roland and Mason Fine each had 15 points for the Pirates.  Keys’ Chris Stayathome led Keys (0-3) with 13 while Colton Cox finished up with 11. The Pirates led at halftime 45-19.

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