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Prep Sports

February 12, 2014

Prep roundup

Boys basketball

LOCUST GROVE 84, FORT GIBSON 79 – The Class 4A No. 6 Tigers (16-3) led 47-46 at intermission, but couldn’t hold the lead down the stretch. The 4A No. 11 Pirates came out hot in the third outscoring Fort Gibson 17-10. Jordan London scored a season high 32 and Coleman Crawley nailed 16 while Stephen Edwards had 12, respectively.

CHECOTAH 67, KELLYVILLE 26 — Sharp shooting and half-court defense helped the Wildcats (12-6) outscore Kellyville 43-9 in the first and third quarters combined. Up 32-21 at the half, Checotah outscored Kellyville 21-1 in the third.

DeShawn Jackson had a double-double (24 points, 12 rebounds). Cameron Pipe had 14 points and seven rebounds. Kellyville fell to 3-8.

OOLOGAH 64, KEYS 33 – No stats available.

HULBERT 63, VIAN 46 – Hulbert  (14-6) got off to a 24-8 lead after one and never looked back. Mason Fielden knocked down 20 and Parker Taylor had 12 for the Riders. Denver Coffee led the Wolverines with 16 and Trevon Taylor had 12. Vian (7-9) goes to Westville at 8 p.m. on Thursday

WEBBERS FALLS 55, GORE 47 – Hunter Bray poured in 15 to lead all scorers for Webbers Falls (10-12). Dakota Reed knocked in 14, while Dillin Coleman had 13 of his. The three players combined for 42 of 55 Warrior points. Gore is 2-18.

OKAY 76, PORTER 34 – Okay (15-6) racked up an 11-point lead after one and 21 at half. The Mustangs put three players in double figures with Cody Fielder leading the way with 13. Zac Cagle had 11 and Dakota Halet 10. Thirteen Mustangs scored heading into the postseason and  a district final Saturday against the Porum-Olive winner. Porter is 3-18.

VINITA 81, WAGONER 45 – The Bulldogs were doubled up after one 20-10 and never dug themselves out, outscored 33-6 in the third. Ya’aquoob King was the lone bright spot for Wagoner (4-15) with 24 points, seven boards and four blocks.  

EUFAULA 54, MORRIS 26  — At home, the Ironheads (14-5) dominated from the start, leading by as many as 27 points in the third. Devon Siers had 15 points and Colton Caldwell 14. A 17-6 third quarter had Eufaula up 38-17 on Morris (5-13) with the bench emptying in the fourth.

WARNER 59, SALLISAW CENTRAL 54 – It was a back-and-forth game all night but Tyler Wardlow led the Eagles’ balanced offensive attack with 14 in the narrow win. Freshman Garrett Rice scored 13 and Levi Jones 11 for Warner (9-10).

WILBURTON 44, STIGLER 42 – The Panthers’ last-second shot was short. Gibson McAlvain led Stigler (7-11) with 11 while freshman Trace Maxwell had nine points off the bench.

PORUM 42, MIDWAY 33 – Jordan Doak put up 12 points and Tristan Mann pulled down 14 boards as the Panthers moved to 11-12 on the season.

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