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February 1, 2014

Prep roundup and today's schedule

Boys basketball

FORT GIBSON 54, KEYS 19 – The Fort Gibson Tigers jumped on teh Keys Cougars, grabbing a 17-2 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.

The Tigers, 14-2 and No. 6 in Class 4A, had three players finish the game in double figures with Jordan London leading the way with 14 points. Stephen Edwards and Chris Simpson rounded out the double-digit scorers with 13 and 11 points, respectively. There were no stats available for Keys (1-14) at press time.

BEGGS 67, HASKELL 52 – Wes Davis scored 14 points for Haskell as the Haymakers collapsed on the road against Beggs after leading by six at the half. The loss was due largely to being 7 of 25 from the free-throw line. The Haymakers (10-7) will travel to play Checotah Tuesday.

SEQUOYAH 57, CASCIA HALL 53 – At Sequoyah, the 3A No. 5  Indians held on to win at home thanks to 18 points from Caison Green and 10 points from Elijah Tucker. Sequoyah (14-2) will host Riverside at 1 p.m. today.

TAHLEQUAH 53, COWETA 32 – At Tahlequah, the Tigers  dominated at home behind the scoring of Matt Alberty with 13 points, and Hunter Smith with 10 points. Tahlequah (6-11) will play at Pryor on Tuesday.

CHECOTAH 71, MORRIS 51 – At Morris, the Wildcats won on the road in convincing fashion behind the scoring of Deshawn Jackson with 18 points, Cameron Pipe with 15 points, and Deshay Bear with 11 points. Checotah (10-5) will host Haskell on Tuesday.

VIAN 66, WESTVILLE 38 – The Wolverines dominated at home thanks to the scoring of Eric Casey with 22 points and Denver Coffee with 15 points. Vian led 33-23 at the half and continued to pull away. The Wolverines (5-7) will host Gore on Monday.

HULBERT 74, GORE 49 –  Mason Fielden had 30 points, Jordan Gibson had 14 points, and Parker Taylor had 12 points to lead the Riders to a dominant home win. Hulbert (11-6) will play at Sallisaw Central on Tuesday. Gore (1-13) will host Webbers Falls tonight.

CENTRAL 50, OKAY 39 – The Mustangs lost at home and are now 13-6. Okay will host Warner on Tuesday.

JAY 47, WAGONER 36 – The Bulldogs lost on the road despite 11 points and 21 rebounds from Ya-aquoob King and 10 points from Anthony Ashley. Wagoner (4-12) will play at Catoosa Tuesday.

GANS 68, PORTER 48 – Despite 13 points each from Bracey Kilgore and Nick Jenkins, the Pirates lost on the road. Porter (3-16) will play at Braggs on Thursday.

WARNER 61, WEBBERS FALLS 54 – Garrett Rice had 16 points, and Levi Jones had 14 points to lead the Eagles to a hard-earned road victory. For Webbers Falls, Hunter Bray had 18 points  and Dillon Coleman had 14 points. Tyler Wardlow came up big for Warner in clutch time going 6-6 from the free throw line to secure the win for the Eagles. Overall, the team was 14-15 from the free throw line towards the end of the game. Warner (7-9) will play at Okay Tuesday. Webbers Falls (9-9) will play at Gore tonight.

KINTA 74, BRAGGS 69 – The Wildcats lost at home despite the scoring efforts of Payton York with 25 points, Rowdy Ensminger with 20 points, and Blaine Dunlap with 14 points. Braggs (13-8) will look to bounce back when it hosts Webbers Falls on Monday.

TALIHINA 53, STIGLER 31 – After trailing 11-22 at the half, the Panthers never could get back into the game and lost at home. Dylan Bryant had 12 points for the Panthers. Stigler (7-9) will host Hartshorne on Tuesday.

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