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January 5, 2013

Prep basketball roundup and schedule


CATOOSA 65, WAGONER 51 – The Bulldogs (2-7, 1-5 Verdigris Valley) fell behind by 18 points at the end of the first quarter and could not make up the difference in the loss at Catoosa. Byron Adams had 19 points while Decarius Clark had 12 points, all in the second half. Lateze Clayton had eight points but pulled down 17 rebounds. Wagoner returns to the floor at 5 p.m. today when they host Vinita in a rescheduled game from early in the season.

OKAY 51, WARNER 48 – Three players ended the night in double figures for Okay as they beat Warner to even their Big Eight record. The Mustangs (3-6, 2-2) were led by Nigel King with 18 points while Dakota Haley had 15 points and Zac Cagle had 13 points.

Denton Grey led the Eagles (4-5, 0-4) with 15 points while Kyle Taylor had 10 points.

LOCUST GROVE 46, KEYS 42 — The Cougars (7-4) let this one get away in the fourth quarter, tied at 34 going into it. Trevor Eubanks had 16 for Keys.

VIAN 47, GORE 45 — Vian led 37-30 going into the fourth quarter but had to fend off a late Gore charge. Shawn Troutman had 16 for the Wolverines, who raised their record to 2-2 and Denver Coffee added 10. Jay Johnson led all scorers with 18 for Gore (2-5) and Derrick Justice had 12.

HEAVENER 67, STIGLER 57 — The Panthers led 19-18 after one and trailed 35-31 at the half in falling to 3-5 with the loss.

SALLISAW CENTRAL 69, HULBERT 33 — The Riders fell to 6-4, 3-1 in Big Eight play with no scorer in double figures. Craig Potts was tops with nine.

WEBBERS FALLS 40, GANS 35 — Jordan Sharp had 19 points and Dillon Coleman had 11 for the Warriors (6-7), which grabbed an 11-4 lead in the opening quarter and led from start to finish.


CATOOSA 40, WAGONER 35 – The Lady Bulldogs held a 10-point lead at the half but saw Catoosa outscore Wagoner 17-4 in the third quarter to win the game. The

Wagoner (3-5, 0-6 Verdigris Valley) was led by Kristen Robbins with 10 points and six rebounds while Cherokee Ridge had eight points and 12 rebounds. Wagoner hosts Vinita at 3:30 p.m. today.

WARNER 44, OKAY 28 – The Warner Lady Eagles recorded their first win in Big 8 conference action with the victory over Okay. The Lady Eagles (3-6, 1-3) were led by Carley Lyons who poured in 13 points.

VIAN 60, GORE 12 – The Vian Lady Wolverines remained perfect in Big 8 conference play with the win over Gore. Vian (3-1, 3-0) was led be Nese Walters who finished with 11 points. Gore fell to 0-6, 0-3 in Big 8 play.

HULBERT 43, SALLISAW CENTRAL 40 – The Hulbert Lady Riders had two players finish in double figures in the win over Sallisaw Central. Lindsey Krueger led Hulbert (8-2, 4-1 Big 8) with 16 points and nine rebounds while Tiffany Thompson ended the night with 15 points.

KEYS 57, LOCUST GROVE 50 – The Keys Lady Cougars had two players crack the double-figure plateau as they downed Locust Grove. Mylee Hewitt led Keys (6-5, 2-4 Verdigris Valley) with a game-high 21 points while Sydney Rainbolt had 10 points.

WEBBERS FALLS 50, GANS 48 OT — Free throws by Brooke Chappel and a basket by Chandler Jarrard were all the points the Lady Warriors (5-7) would need in overtime. The game was tied at 46 at the end of regulation. Chappel led all scorers with 13 and Macy Milligan had 11.

 STIGLER 41, HEAVENER 31 — Stigler (4-4, 2-1 Black Diamond) built a 23-point lead in the third and eased to the win. Bailey Wilson had 10 points and Hannah Garman nine.

Saturday's Schedule

Tahlequah at Bishop McGuiness (6:30/8 p.m.)

Cascia Hall at Sequoyah (3:30/5 p.m.)

Vinita at Wagoner (3:30/5 p.m.)

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