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January 10, 2014

Prep roundup

Basketball

OOLOGAH TOURNAMENT

Boys

WAGONER 71, LINCOLN 63 – The Bulldogs scored a season high with three players in double figures. Ya’Aquoob King had the hot hand knocking down 23. Sophomore Tracy Thompson made his presence felt in his first career start with 18 and Kyle Curry had 11. Wagoner (2-4) plays Inola at 5 p.m. today.

Girls

INOLA 52, WAGONER 25 – Inola shot out to a 9-0 lead and never looked back.  Karrigan Kimball had 9 points for Wagoner (1-4) which plays Lincoln Christian at 6:30 p.m. today.

ARKANSAS RIVER SHOOTOUT

(at Webbers Falls)

Boys

LEFLORE 68, MIDWAY 40 – Midway trailed 19-5 after one, and never got back in the game. Corey Miller had 16, and Jordan Walehua and Kacee Scruggs added 11 each. Midway takes on Porum at 5:20 p.m. today.

WARNER 71, PORUM 44 – The Eagles trailed at half 32-28 but halftime defensive adjustments changed the outcome,  KT Parker knocked down 16 points while freshmen Garrett Rice added 14. Tyler Wardlow and Jacob Crabtree each had 10. Warner (3-4) outscored Porum 39-16 in the second half. The Eagles play Leflore at 5:20 p.m. today.

OKAY 67, WEBBERS FALLS 45 – Four of five starters were in double-digits for the Mustangs. Dakota Haley led all scorers with 12 and Austin Skiles had 11. Brothers Darius and Caleb Riggs had 10 a piece. Okay (6-3) plays Oaks at 8 p.m. today.

Girls

LEFLORE 30, MIDWAY 20 – Alexa Miner led the way for the Lady Chargers with 6 points. Midway (5-4) led 7-6 at halftime on a night where both teams struggled to find the bottom of the net. Leflore caught fire in the fourth outscoring Midway 13-4 down the stretch. Midway plays Okay at 4 p.m. today.

OAKS 55, OKAY 18 – The Lady Mustangs found themselves down 19 at half and only mustered 4 total points in the second half. Okay had no double-digit scorers and plays Midway at 4 p.m. today.

PORUM 52, WATTS 34 – The Lady Panthers were down 8 after one and 4 at the half. Aubrey Ayers and Katie McCullar came out in the second half and combined for 22 points leading the comeback. Porum (7-2) outscored Watts 34-11 and play Warner at 6:30 p.m. today.

WARNER 53, WEBBERS FALLS 42 – Kaylee Mathews had a monster night for Warner putting up staggering numbers with 17 points and grabbing 22 boards. The Lady Eagles trailed 23-18 at half, but a 19-8 run in the third. Morgan Barton added 10 points for Warner (6-1), which plays Porum at 6:40 p.m. today.

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