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February 19, 2014

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(Continued)

Girls basketball

FORT GIBSON 67, JAY 42 – Savannah Gray and the Class 4A No. 1 Lady Tigers poured it on the Lady Bulldogs. Gray led all scorers with 16, while Desiree Phipps had 11 and Kabree Edgmon pitched in 10. Starters were pulled in the fourth quarter as the Lady Tigers had built a 56-30 lead. Fort Gibson remains undefeated at 22-0 and host Wagoner in Districts at 6:30 p.m. Saturday.

OKMULGEE 64, HASKELL 54 – The Lady Haymakers went ice-cold in the third after leading 36-32 at the half, only managing seven third-quarter points. Denora Wheeland was sharp on the night putting up 21 points and Tyrejia Shipp added 12 for the Lady Haymakers. Haskell (5-16) goes to Kellyville for districts at 6:30 p.m. Friday

SEQUOYAH 66, KETCHUM 59 – Sequoyah got off to a cold start scoring a mere eight points in the first quarter and trailed 20-8. The Lady Indians put up 44 in the next three periods as Johnett Cookson finished the game with 21 points while Andrea Ballou had 12 and Cenia Hayes ended the game with 12.

COLLINSVILLE 56, TAHLEQUAH 31 – No statistics were available at press time.

CHECOTAH 49, EUFAULA 36 – The Lady Wildcats never trailed on the night behind Marissa Proctor and 20 points for her. Jazzland Dandridge added 12 for Checotah. Erin Gray was the lone Lady Ironhead in double-digits with 15. Eufaula (10-11) goes to Oktaha at 6:30 p.m. Friday for districts.

KANSAS 60, HULBERT 36 – Tiffany Thompson knocked down 21 for the Lady Riders in a losing effort. Kansas outscored Hulbert 34-13 in the second half as Hulbert (14-9) hosts Porter at 6:30 p.m. Friday in districts.

MULDROW 43, STIGLER 39 – The Lady Panthers led a back and forth contest at the half, 20-18 but couldn’t hang on for the victory. McKenzie Maxwell led all scorers with 14 points and Bailey Wilson added 11 for the Lady Panthers. Stigler (13-8) goes to Class 3A No. 9 Vian at 6:30 p.m. Friday for districts.

WARNER 43, SALLISAW CENTRAL 36 — Down 28-23 going to the fourth, Warner rode the hot hands of Lesslie Davis and Chelsea Anderson to a come-from-behind win.

Davis had 10 of her 12 points in the quarter and Anderson eight of her 10. Raven Girty also finished in double figures with 16. Warner is 16-6 and will play districts on Friday.

COLLINSVILLE 56, TAHLEQUAH 31 — Whitney Wright led the Lady Tigers with 9.

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