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January 11, 2014

Prep roundup

Basketball

SEQUOYAH COUNTY TOURNAMENT

Boys

MULDROW 52, STIGLER 41 – Stigler couldn’t hold on to a second quarter lead and trailed at half 31-25. Trace Maxwell had 12 and Blaine Thompson added 11 for the Panthers. Stigler (3-5) plays Vian at 3 p.m. for third place.

ROLAND 71, VIAN 34 — Eric Casey had 11 and Shamal Evans 9 for Vian, now 1-2.

Girls

STIGLER 56, GORE 16 – It was never a contest as Hannah Garman had 14 points Nina Echelle added 12 for the Lady Panthers.  Stigler (4-4) plays Central Sallisaw today at 10 a.m.

VIAN 36, MULDROW 34 – The Lady Wolverines battled to the end in a back and forth game all night. Erica Casey led Vian (3-0) with 12 points. The Lady Wolverines get Sallisaw in the finals today at 6:30 p.m.

ARKANSAS RIVER SHOOTOUT

(at Webbers Falls)

Boys

LEFLORE 52, WARNER 42 – The Eagles couldn’t make up for a slow start and Leflore hit all their free throws down the stretch to seal the victory. Tyler Wardlow put up 15 and freshmen Garrett Rice had 11. Warner (3-5) gets Oaks today at 5 p.m. in the consolation.  

OKAY 65, OAKS 52 – Dakota Haley led the way for the Mustangs who rolled to their fifth straight game. Haley scored 18 and Darius Riggs put in 13. Okay (7-3) faces Leflore in the championship today at 8 p.m.

Girls

WARNER 71, PORUM 51 – Kaylee Mathews had another huge night knocking down 18 points and grabbing 19 rebounds as all five Lady Eagle starters were in double figures. Britney Hamman and Morgan Barton each had 14, while Chelsea Anderson finished up with 11, and Raven Girty had 10, Warner (7-1) plays Oaks today in the championship game at 6:30 p.m. Porum was led by Katie McCullar with 13 points and Kori Lindsey with 10.

MIDWAY 61, OKAY 52 – The two teams were knotted at 45 at the end of intermission when the Lady Chargers (6-4) went on a 16-7 run in overtime behind Brittanie Barnard and her 20 points. Courteni Conley knocked down 16, and Alexa Miner had 13. The Lady Chargers play Watts or Webbers Falls in the consolation final at 4 p.m. today.

DEE FOSTER INVITATIONAL

(at Pittsburg)

Boys

BRAGGS 69, MILBURN 65 — Payton York had 28 points and Brody Igert had a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds for Braggs (7-4) which gets Calvin in a consolation final at 2 p.m. Wayne Dunlap added 13 for the Wildcats.

Girls

PITTSBURG 62, BRAGGS 24 – Jaycie Ray had 9 points, Krissy Perry scored 7, and Devin Idell added 6 points and 2 steals for the Lady Wildcats in the blowout. Braggs (3-8) plays Calvin today at 3:30 p.m. in the consolation.

OOLOGAH TOURNAMENT

Boys

INOLA 70, WAGONER 42 – Ya’aquoob King was the lone Bulldog in double figures with 13 points and pulled down 9 boards. Wagoner (2-4) plays Dewey in the consolation today at 4:30 p.m.

Girls

WAGONER 46, LINCLOLN CHRISTIAN 39 – Shareece Robbins came up big with a double-double putting in 10 points and pulling down 12 boards. Karrigan Kimball finished up with 11 for the Lady Bulldogs. Wagoner (2-4) gets Catoosa today at noon in the consolation.

HENRYETTA INVITATIONAL

Boys

EUFAULA 52, SAVANNA 15 — Devon Siers had 16 points and Shane Moore had 10 as the Ironheads (4-3) are in the consolation final against Wilburton at 2:30 p.m. Eufaula led 24-6 at the half.

Wrestling

FORT GIBSON 40 SALLISAW 35 – Cole Igert won a major decision 9-0. Austin Cowett, Josh Nunez, Brayden Williams, and Michael Rosales were all winners by fall. Zach Peterson won his match by forfeit, and Jared Ragland won by disqualification. The Tigers go to Wagoner on Monday to face off against the Bulldogs.

MUSKOGEE AT JENKS TOURNAMENT — Finals are today.

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