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December 3, 2013

Prep basketball roundup


COWETA 61, TAHLEQUAH 40— At Coweta, Dalton Cunningham led the Tigers in scoring with 15 points on Tuesday. Tahlequah trailed 18-7 at the end of the first quarter. The Tigers (0-1) will host Enid in the Tahlequah Invitation on Thursday, Dec. 12.

OKMULGEE 57, EUFAULA 48 — At Okmulgee, Devon Siers scored 20 points for Eufaula on Tuesday. Eufaula cut the lead to 4 points late in the fourth, but a foul call changed the momentum allowing Okmulgee to pull away. Eufaula (0-1) hosts Stigler on Friday.

SEQUOYAH 64, KEYS 29 — At Sequoyah, Caisen Green, 13 points, and Zach Parish 11 points, led the Indians in scoring in their win over Keys Tuesday. Sequoyah led 38-9 at the half. Sequoyah (2-0) will host Spiro on Thursday.

QUINTON 63, WARNER 28 — At Warner, Jacob led the Eagles with 10 points in their loss to Quinton on Tuesday. Quinton led 18-7 at the end of the first quarter and never looked back. Warner (1-0) will host Central on Friday.

OKAY 96, INDIANOLA 19 — Five Mustangs scored in double figures led by Darius Riggs’ 24 points. Zac Cagle had 13, Caleb Pierce 12, Paul Taylor 11 and Caleb Riggs 10. Okay subbed frequently and saw its reserves mix in for a 30-1 fourth quarter blowout. Now 2-2 on the year, Okay’s opener in the Liberty Tournament has been moved up a day and will tip off at 2:30 p.m. today against Beggs.

 STIGLER 44 POCOLA 58 — At Stigler, The Panthers lost their Riverside Conference and season opener at home despite three players in double figures. Dillon Bryant had 13, Blaine Thompson 12 and Seth Sandlin 11.

WISTER 47, OKTAHA 43 — Despite Dustin Leach’s 30 points, the Tigers fell to Wister on Tuesday in the Pick and Shovel Tournament at Hartshorne. Wister led 27-19 at the half and 41-23 in the third quarter. The Tigers (1-1) will play either Hartshorne or Antlers 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.

GREENLEAF INVITATIONAL — Webbers Falls (2-0) scored the final 11 points to defeat Porter 32-26. Darren Shanks led the way for the Warriors with 11 points. Porter’s leading scorer was Nick Jenkins with 8 points. It was 17-all at the half.     

Also, Porum beat Gore 30-25. Austin Wright led the Panthers in scoring with 14 points. Gore’s leading scorer was Chris Jarvis with 6 points. Porum (1-2) outscored Gore 13-2 in the fourth quarter.

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