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December 3, 2013

Prep basketball roundup

(Continued)

Girls

EUFAULA 59, OKMULGEE 49 —  Eufaula won its opener at Okmulgee on Tuesday. No stats were available. Eufaula will host Stigler on Friday.

QUINTON 39, WARNER 34 — At Warner, Zadie McElhaney scored 15 points for the Lady Eagles in their loss to Quinton. Warner tied the game up in the fourth but ultimately fell back in the end. Warner (0-1) will host Central on Friday.

STIGLER 46, POCOLA 28 — At Stigler, Bailey Wilson scored 23 points including six 3-pointers and Hannah Garman had 10 points in a Black Diamond Conference  home season opener. Wilson had 13 of the Lady Panthers’ 14 second-quarter points as they broke from an 8-8 tie to lead 22-13 at the half. Stigler is at Muldrow on Thursday.

TAHLEQUAH 51, COWETA 32 — At Coweta, Marisa Girdner, Lindsay Wade, Whitney  Wright  and Reagan Clark all scored 8 points each to lead the Lady Tigers to the win. Tahlequah jumped ahead quickly, leading 16-4 at the end of the first quarter. Tahlequah (1-0) will play Memorial on Thursday, Dec. 12 in the Tahlequah Invitational.      

OKAY 63, INDIANOLA 19 — At Okay, Summer Milligan had 14 points and Mariah Whiteday 12 points to lead the Lady Mustangs (1-3).

SEQUOYAH 58, KEYS 37 — At Sequoyah, Audrey Ballou, had 16 points, and Jhonett Cookson had 13 points for the Lady Indians in their win over Keys on Tuesday. Sequoyah led by nine points in the third quarter before pulling away and leading by 20 by the fourth quarter. The Lady Indians improve to 2-0 and will host Spiro on Thursday.

OKTAHA 66, CROWDER 30 — In the Hartshorne Tournament, Jaylie Roper had 15 points, Shea Lynch had 12 and two others, Haley Baldridge and Kelsey Cantwell, just missed double figures with nine each for the Lady Tigers (2-0), who get Hartshorne at 6 p.m. Thursday. Oktaha led 22-4 after one quarter in this one.

MIDWAY 53, SCHULTER 22 — At the Wilson Tournament, the Lady Chargers moved to 2-1 behind three in double figures. Alexa Miner scored 14 points, Brittanie Barnard had 13 and Morgan Hays 12.

GREENLEAF TOURNAMENT — Hulbert beat Kinta 57-37 as Tiffany Thompson led with 20 points. Tina Buford and Megan Cox each had 12. The Lady Riders (2-0) led 29-19 at the half.

Also, Porum beat Porter 51-21. Katie McCullar led the Lady Panthers (3-0) in scoring with 22 points and Jessica White scored 8 points for Porter.

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