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January 24, 2014

Prep roundup

Basketball

MOUNDS TOURNAMENT

Boys

HASKELL 92, PORTER 40 – The Haymakers led 31-8 after one quarter and went on to have six players in double figures. Rolando Jackson led with 14 coming off the bench. Kenley Carpenter also had 10 in a reserve role. Alex Wheeland added 12 and Chris Wright, Rylee Atwell and Micah Hayes all had 10 each.

SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 60, OKTAHA 47 – The Tigers struggled to find the basket despite 22 points from Dustin Leach. Oktaha falls to 4-8 on the season.

OKAY 55, MOUNDS 49 – Okay found themselves down seven at half, and three going into the fourth quarter. Darius Riggs and Zac Cagle heated up and scored 14-of-18 fourth quarter points for the Mustangs. Cagle finished the night with 19 while Riggs had 18. Okay (11-4) has run off 10-of-11 wins.

Girls

OKTAHA 51, OKAY 39 – Jordan Austin knocked down 17 for the Lady Tigers with Oktaha improving their record to a stellar 11-2.

SUMMIT CHRISTIAN 59, HASKELL 41 – Despite a seven-point lead at the half and 25 points from Denora Wheeland, the Lady Haymakers came up short.

KETCHUM 70. PORTER 29 – No stats available.

 

JOHN NOBLES INVITATIONAL

Boys

SOUTHMOORE 63, TAHLEQUAH 30— A 21-0 second quarter wave of offensive fury from Southmoore was too much for the Tigers to overcome. The SaberCats led 41-10 at the half and held Tahlequah scoreless for over 14 minutes spanning the second and third quarters. Stone Faddis finally ended the drought with a lay-up with 1:28 to go in the third. He led the Tigers with 6 points.

Girls

MOORE 65, TAHLEQUAH 55 – The Lady Lions came out reigning 3-pointers from the corners and took a 32-17 lead in to the half. The deficit proved to be too much for the Lady Tigers to come back from. Whitney Wright paced Tahlequah with 15 points.

PORUM INVITATIONAL

Girls

MCCURTAIN 60, GORE 41 – Freddee Phillips was the lone Lady Pirate in double-digits with 11 points. Gore was only able to muster 17 first-half points.

PORUM 48, WARNER 44 – Katie McCullar and Kori Lindsey combined for 28 points for the Lady Panthers in the effort. McCullar had 15 and Lindsey added 13. Raven Girty led the Lady Eagles with 17 while Chelsea Anderson had 15.

QUINTON 50, KEOTA 26 — Quinton will play Porum on Saturday  for the championship.

MIDWAY-PANOLA — Midway won by forfeit when Panola was short of players.

 

NEO TOURNAMENT (at Miami)

Boys

BRAGGS 71, QUAPAW 60 – The Wildcats finished up with four players in double-digits . Payton York was again the Wildcats’ leading scorer with 31 points. Blaine Dunlap put up 16, Rowdy Ensminger had 11, and Brody Igert added 10. Braggs improves to 12-5 on the season.

Girls

BLUEJACKET 51, BRAGGS 36 – The Lady Wildcats struggled tremendously finding the basket going 5-of-30 from the field and 10-of-26 from the stripe. Jaycie Ray led the way for Braggs (4-12) knocking down four from downtown en-route to a 19 point game.

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