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February 9, 2014

Prep roundup and Monday's schedule

Boys basketball

SEQUOYAH 58, HENRYETTA 51 – The Class 3A No. 5 Indians had three players finish in double figures in downing No. 10 Henryetta.

Caisen Green led Sequoyah (16-3) with 17 points while Elijah Tucker had 11 and B.J. Leach finished with 10 points.

BRAGGS 69, WEBBERS FALLS 43 – The Wildcats’ Payton York nearly outscored the Warriors by himself in leading Braggs to the win.

York was 13 of 25 shooting for 40 points as Braggs improved to 14-8 on the year and clinched the Riverside Conference championship with the victory.

Webbers Falls (9-11) was led by Dillin Coleman who finished with 13 points.

OKAY 55, WARNER 50 – The Okay Mustangs overcame a six-point halftime deficit to defeat the Warner Eagles on Saturday.

Okay (14-6) trailed 29-23 at intermission before establishing control in the third quarter. The Mustangs had three players finish in double figures with Darius Riggs scoring 17 points, Dakota Haley with 16 and Zac Cagle with 15.

Garrett Rice was the only player for Warner (8-10) to end the game in double figures with 17 points.

HULBERT 55, VIAN 27 – The Riders held the Wolverines to single digits in each of the four quarters to earn the win.

Mason Fielden led Hulbert (13-6) with 17 points while Parker Taylor finished with 10 points.

Girls basketball

SEQUOYAH 63, HENRYETTA 46 – The Class 3A No. 5 Lady Indians held only a two-point lead at halftime before pulling away in the fourth quarter for the win.

Sequoyah (18-1) was led by Audrey Ballou’s 18 points while Cenia Hayes and Loren Young had 11 and 10 points, respectively.

VIAN 57, HULBERT 23 – The Lady Wolverines raced out to a 19-0 lead after the first eight minutes and never looked back against the Lady Riders.

Vian (13-1) saw Nese Walters lead the way with 20 points while Desiree Moon had 12 points and Erica Casey finished with 11 points.

Hulbert (12-7) was led by Tiffany Thompson with 8 points.

WARNER 60, OKAY 26 – Leading 9-3 after the first quarter, the Lady Eagles put the game out of reach in the second quarter, outscoring the Lady Mustangs 29-2 to take a 38-5 lead into the locker room.

Britney Hammans led Warner (14-4) with 13 points while Chelsea Anderson and Kaylee Matthews had 12 points each.

WEBBERS FALLS 48, BRAGGS 38 – The Lady Warriors took a nine-point lead into the locker room and kept the Lady Wildcats at bay in the win.

Webbers Falls (10-10) had one player finish in double figures and that was Autumn Cato with 16 points.

Jaycie Ray led Braggs (6-16) with 19 points while Kymber Igert had 12.

Monday’s schedule

All games start at 6:30/8 p.m.

Catoosa at Hilldale

Kinta at Gore

Braggs at Porum

Oologah at Wagoner

Stigler at Talihina

Oktaha at Henryetta

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