Phoenix staff reports
TAHLEQUAH INVITATIONAL - Tahlequah won 46-40 over Coweta. Tahlequah will play Rogers Heritage at 1 p.m. today in the consolation final.
WILBURTON TOURNAMENT – The Stigler girls built a 14-point halftime lead and kept Eufaula at arms length in winning the consolation final 40-28.
The Lady Panthers (3-1) had two players finish in double figures with Mackenzie Maxwell scoring a game-high 15 points while Hannah Garman finishing with 11 points.
The Lady Ironheads (2-1) were led in scoring by Erin Gray with nine points.
DARRELL JAMES SHOOTOUT - Led Raven Girty’s 24 points, Chelsea Anderson’s 14 points and Zadie McElhaney’s 13 points, the Warner Lady Eagles won 57-44 over Kinta. Warner led 32-23 at halftime. The Lady Eagles (2-1) will play Webbers Falls at 6 p.m. today.
JERRY OQUIN TOURNAMENT AT INOLA – The Sequoyah Lady Indians raced out to a 41-8 lead at halftime and coasted to a 62-25 win over Pryor in teh consolation semifinals.
Three Lady Indians cracked the double-figure plateau, led by Cenia Hayes’ 12 points, followed by Jhonett Cookson with 11 and Loren Young with 10.
Sequoyah (3-1) takes on Catoosa at 1 p.m. today in the consolation final.
GANS 46, PORTER 24 – At Porter, Cheyenne Marshall led the scoring for the Lady Pirates with 16 points in their loss to Gans on Friday night. Porter (1-3) will host Braggs on Tuesday.
OKTAHA 67, HASKELL 51 – At Haskell, Jaylie Roper’s 25 points and Kelsey Cantwell’s 17 points led the Lady Tigers in scoring in their win over Haskell. Oktaha led by 20 points at halftime. The Lady Tigers (3-0) will play Hartshorne in the Hartshorne Tournament at 5 p.m. Wednesday.
OKAY 57, GORE 50 – At Gore, the Lady Mustangs were led by the scoring efforts of Summer Milligan with 22 points and Kyndra Whiteday with 18 points as they pulled off a comeback against Gore. Okay trailed 25-22 at the half and 38-36 at the end of the third quarter before coming back in the fourth to win the game. The Lady Mustangs (1-3) host Oktaha on Monday. Gore (0-3) will play Kinta at 4 p.m. on Monday in the consolation round of the Greenleaf Tournament in Porum.
PORUM 58, LEFLORE 47 – At Leflore, the Lady Panthers defeated Leflore behind the scoring of Katie McCullar with 13 points and Kori Lindsey and Aubrie Ayers with 11 points each. After getting off to a slow start in the first half, Porum outscored Leflore 33-16 in the second half to improve to 4-1. Porum will play Webbers Falls at 7 p.m. Monday for third place in the Greenleaf Tournament.
TAHLEQUAH INVITATIONAL – Sand Springs defeated Tahlequah 76-36. Tahlequah will play Lawton Mac at 5:30 p.m. today for third place.
DARRELL JAMES SHOOTOUT – KT Parker had 17 points and four steals to lead the Warner Eagles in a 47-42 win over Achille. After trailing 15-16 at the half, Warner outscored Achille 19-10 in the third quarter and held on for the win. Warner (2-1) will play Canadian in the finals at 7:30 p.m. today.
JERRY OQUIN TOURNAMENT AT INOLA – Led by the scoring of Caisen Green with 20 points, Zach Perish with 13 points, and Quinton Johnston with 10 points, the Indians defeated Catoosa. Sequoyah led 29-16 at the half. The Indians (3-1) will play Pryor at 2:30 p.m. today.
WILBURTON TOURNAMENT – Eufaula stretched a one-point halftime advantage to 14 points in the third quarter on its way to a 50-41 win over Wilburton in the consolation final.
The Ironheads (2-1) were led by Devon Siers who finished with 19 points while Daxton Williams had 11 points.
In the third-place game, Stigler defeated Wright City with a convincing 51-27 win. Jake Henson was Stigler’s top scorer with 12 points. The Panthers, who led 16-5 at the end of the first quarter, continued to pile on points on their way to the victory. Stigler (2-2) will play at Muldrow next Thursday.
HASKELL 80, OKTAHA 63 – At Haskell, Alex Wheeland put on an offensive clinic with 32 points to lead Haskell to a convincing win over Oktaha. After being tied 40-40 at the half, Haskell outscored Oktaha 40-23 in the second half. Haskell (3-0) will host Beggs on Tuesday. Oktaha (2-1) will travel to Okay, Tuesday.
OKAY 65, GORE 64 – At Gore, Darius Riggs with 29 points, and Zac Cagle with 14 points, led the Mustangs in scoring in a tightly contested battle with Gore. Zac Cagle hit a 3-point shot with a minute left in the game to put Okay up by five points, and Darius Riggs was clutch from the free-throw line going 9-for-11. Okay (3-3) will play at Central next Friday.