HILLDALE 60, CATOOSA 46 – at Hilldale, Derek Altman had 18 points and 15 rebounds, Brad Cambell had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Hunter Howe had 12 points to lead the Hornets to victory. Hilldale (8-9) will host Fort Gibson Thursday in the “Gold Game” to raise money for childhood cancer.
KINTA 47, GORE 45 – at Gore, despite 15 points from Jonathan Cordray and 11 points from Will Clifton, the Pirates (2-15) lost at home.
BRAGGS 65, PORUM 41 – at Porum, Payton York scored 40 points and was 8 of 13 from the 3-point line and Brodey Igert had a double-double with 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Wildcats to a win on the road. Jacob Greeling had 9 points for the Panthers. Braggs (16-8) will play the winner of Schulter/Claremore Christian in Districts Saturday.
OOLOGAH 83, WAGONER 34 – at Wagoner, Tracy Thompson had 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Ya-quoob King had 12 points for the Bulldogs (4-14) in their home loss to Oologah.
HENRYETTA 69, OKTAHA 51 – at Henryetta, the Tigers lost on the road despite the scoring efforts of Dustin Leach. Leach had 31 points for the Tigers (8-11), including seven 3-pointers in the first quarter for 21 points.
GANS 77, WEBBERS FALLS 71 – Hunter Bray had 24 points, Dillon Coleman had 21 points and Dakota Reed had 10 points as the Warriors (9-12) fell at home to Gans.
HILLDALE 74, CATOOSA 23 – at Hilldale, the Lady Hornets won big at home thanks to the scoring of Kenzie Mize with 19 points, Julie Plunkett and Emily Dowdy with 12 points each and Casady Mills with 11 points. Hilldale (13-5) will host Fort Gibson Thursday in the “Gold Game” to raise money for childhood cancer.
KINTA 58, GORE 44 – at Gore, Trystan Wood had 14 points, and Freddee Phillips had 13 points for the Lady Pirates (0-17).
PORUM 60, BRAGGS 29 – at Porum, Mesa Adams and Katie McCullar scored 11 points each to lead the Lady Panthers (17-5) to a convincing home win over Braggs. Porum led 37-16 at the half and never looked back. Braggs (6-17) will play the winner of Schulter/Claremore Christian in Districts Saturday.
WAGONER 59, OOLOGAH 57 – at Wagoner, although it was a closely contested battle, the Lady Bulldogs never trailed in the game on their way to securing the win at home. For Wagoner (4-13), Kallie Smith and Kristen Robbins had 12 points each, and Shareece Robbins and Cherokee Ridge had 10 points each.
OKTAHA 63, HENRYETTA 54 – at Henryetta, the Lady Tigers won on the road behind the scoring of Kelsey Cantwell with 25 points, Jordan Austin with 13 points, Shea Lynch with 11 points and Haley Baldridge with 10 points. With the score tied 31-31 at the half, Oktaha scored the first bucket of the second half and never trailed the rest of the game.
GANS 66, WEBBERS FALLS 64 – at Webbers Falls, Autumn Cato had 21 points, Chandler Jerrard had 15 points, and Cammie Farrar had 14 points for the Lady Warriors (10-11).
CHECOTAH 48, POTEAU 30 – The Checotah Wildcats used four pins to upset the Poteau Pirates on Monday.
Hayden Fox pinned his opponent at 106 pounds in the first period, Kyle Arteberry ended his bout at 113 with a pin in the second period, Malik Slaton won by pin at 160 in the third period and Hunter Collins earned a win by pin at 220 in the third period.
All games 6:30/8 p.m. unless noted
Muskogee at Owasso, 6/7:30 p.m.
Fort Gibson at Locust Grove
Henryetta at Oktaha
Checotah at Kellyville
Keys at Oologah
Vian at Hulbert
Gore at Webbers Falls
Okay at Porter
Vinita at Wagoner
Morris at Eufaula
Warner at Sallisaw Central
Wilburton at Stigler
Midway at Porum reset from 2/4
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