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Prep Sports

February 1, 2014

Prep roundup and today's schedule


Girls basketball

FORT GIBSON 53, KEYS 32 – Led by the scoring of Susie Kilpatrick with 14 points, Jamie Hill with 12 points, and Desiree Phipps with 11 points, the 4A No. 1 Lady Tigers won in convincing fashion to stay undefeated. Ali Nolan had 11 points for Keys. Fort Gibson led 32-12 at the half on their way to victory. The Lady Tigers (16-0) will host Sallisaw at 4 p.m. today. The Lady Cougars (8-7) will look to bounce back when they host Locust Grove on Tuesday.

BEGGS 65, HASKELL 44 – The Lady Haymakers lost on the road despite 14 points each from Denora Wheeland and Makayla Wren. Haskell (3-13) will play at Checotah on Tuesday.

SEQUOYAH 58, CASCIA HALL 30 – At Sequoyah, the 3A No. 5 Lady Indians won their 14th straight game behind the scoring of Jhonette Cookson with 14 points and Audrey Ballou with 11 points. Sequoyah led 15-3 at the end of the first quarter and 31-15 at halftime. The Lady Indians (16-1) will look to continue their  streak as they host Riverside at 1 p.m. today.

TAHLEQUAH 46, COWETA 43 – At Tahlequah, The Lady Tigers won a close one thanks to Whitney Wright who sealed a win with two crucial free throws with 12 seconds left in the game. Whitney Wright and Lindsay Wade had 11 points each for Fort Gibson. The Lady Tigers (6-11) will travel to play Pryor on Tuesday.

MORRIS 47, CHECOTAH 31 – Katelyn Donathan had 12 points for the Lady Wildcats as they fell to Morris on the road Friday. Checotah (8-7) will host Haskell on Tuesday.

VIAN 60, WESTVILLE 34 – Erica Casey had a monster night scoring 26 points for the Lady Wolverines while Desiree Moon had 15 points and Nese Walters had 10 points. The Lady Wolverines outscored Westville 25-0 in the second quarter to lead 34-11 at the half. Vian (12-1) will host Gore on Monday.

HULBERT 56, GORE 30 – At Hulbert, the Lady Riders pulled ahead early and led 29-11 at the half. Hulbert (11-6) will play at  Sallisaw Central Tuesday. Gore (0-13) will host Webbers Falls tonight.

CENTRAL 59, OKAY 43 – Bali Ramos scored 12 points for Okay as the Lady Mustangs lost at home. Okay (4-15) will host Warner on Tuesday.

JAY 45, WAGONER 37 – The Lady Bulldogs lost on the road despite 15 points from Kristen Robbins and 10 points from Shareece Robbins. Wagoner (3-12) will play at Catoosa on Tuesday.

WARNER 60, WEBBERS FALLS 57 – At Webbers Falls, Chelsea Anderson had 24 points, and Raven Girty had 14 points to lead the Lady Eagles to a hard-earned road win. For Webbers Falls, Cannie Farrar and Autumn Cato had 16 points, and Chandler Jarrard had 12 points. Warner (12-4) will host Okay Tuesday. Webbers Falls (8-10) will play at Gore tonight.

BRAGGS 42, KINTA 40 – Kimber Igert had 17 points, Jaycie Ray had 11 points, and Krissy Perry had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the Lady Wildcats to victory on the road. Braggs (6-15) will host Webbers Falls on Monday.

TALIHINA 43, STIGLER 36 – Nina Echelle had 17 points and Bailey Wilson 11 points in a home loss. Stigler (10-6) will look to bounce back when they host Hartshorne Tuesday.

PORUM 50, MIDWAY 48 – Porum won a tightly contested road battle behind the scoring of Katie McCullar with 14 points, Aubrie Ayers with 13, and Shailan Toney with 11. For Midway, Brittanie Barnard had 15 points, Morgan Hays had 12 points and Courteni Conley had 10 points. Porum (15-5) will host Midway on Tuesday. Midway (11-8) will host Indianola on Monday.



Sallisaw at Fort Gibson, 4/5:30 p.m.

Riverside at Sequoyah, 1/2:30 p.m. (Boys first)

Webbers Falls at Gore, 6:30/8 p.m.

Ketchum vs. Latta, 5:30/7 at Muskogee Civic Center


Sallisaw Central at Oktaha

Webbers Falls at Braggs

Indianola at Midway



Muskogee at Blackwell Tn.

Fort Gibson at Maverick Conf. Tournament

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