, Muskogee, OK

Prep Sports

February 3, 2013

Prep basketball roundup, schedule


The Indians (13-6), No. 9 in 3A, won on the road with balanced scoring and no trips to the line. A total of 14 fouls were called and Sequoyah didn’t shoot a single free throw.

The Indians also had seven 3-pointers — four off their season-high — but none with more than one. Up at halftime 37-26, they put the game away with a 20-9 run in the third and a pressure defense.

CANADIAN 46, WARNER 36 — Playing at Canadian, Warner (11-9) led 12-11 after one quarter before being outscored 15-7 to trail 26-19 at the half, got within three going into the fourth but couldn’t overcome Canadian’s balanced scoring.

Grey Denton had 12 points and Tim Smithson had 10 points for the Eagles (11-9). Canadian (14-5) had no player in double figures but three with eight.

GORE 56, WEBBERS FALLS 31 — The Pirates (9-9) rode a 24-6 first quarter to a 35-10 halftime lead in beating the Warriors (10-12) at Webbers Falls gym. Derrick Jestice had 13 point and Jake Johnson added 11.

Hunter Bray and Michael Milligan had seven points each for the Warriors.



— At Anadarko, Sequoyah got a cushion after opening up a 36-30 halftime edge with a 17-8 third quarter. Loren Young had 8 of her 16 points in that frame and Audrey Ballou led the Lady Indians (13-6) with 19 points.

Sequoyah, which led 20-11 after one quarter, got a scare when Kelsey Leach suffered a head injury from a charge. She received treatment and was diagnosed with a mild concussion

 WARNER 42, CANADIAN 37 — At Canadian, the Lady Eagles (7-12) snapped a four-game losing streak with three girls in double figures. Raven Girty had 12 points and freshmen Kaylee Mathews  and Brook Moses had 11 and 10 points each. All three had a free throw each in the final two minutes to seal the win after trailing by one going into the fourth quarter. Warner led 21-19 at the half.

WEBBERS FALLS 51, GORE 29 — Bailey Toney led a trio of double figure scorers with 21 points as the Lady Warriors improved to 10-11 with the home win. Brooke Chappell had 11 and Cheyenne McGuire added 10 as Gore led 30-8 at halftime. Peyton Thomas led the Lady Pirates with 13 points.

Upcoming schedule

Games 6:30/8 unless noted

Monday’s Games

Porum at Porter

Coweta at Fort Gibson

Lincoln Christian at Sequoyah

Westville at Vian

Tuesday’s Games

Owasso at Muskogee, 6/7:30 p.m. 

Hilldale at Fort Gibson

Morris at Eufaula

Tahlequah at Collinsville

Catoosa at Wagoner

Warner at Okay

Muldrow at Keys

Checotah at Haskell, Nick

Braggs at Porter

Pocola at Stigler

Sal. Central at Hulbert

Vian at Gore

Oktaha at Henryetta

Keys at Locust Grove

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