OKMULGEE 73, HASKELL 54 — At Okmulgee, the Haymakers (3-3) were outscored 22-13 in the first quarter, led 46-31 at the half, but got no closer.
Leading the Haymakers in defeat was Michael Love with 17 points and 14 rebounds. Alex Wheeland had 16 points and Rylee Atwell had 11. Haskell fell to 3-3. Okmulgee (3-5) was led by Orlando Harris’ 26 points, including six 3-pointers.
HULBERT 61, OKAY 49 — Chris Vance’s 15 points led the Riders (4-2) at home, breaking loose from a 14-all tie after one quarter. Vance was scoreless in the first eight minutes and had just three at halftime, when it was a four-point edge at 27-23. Rico Wynn had 13 and Mason Fielding 12 and Craig Potts had 10. The Mustangs’ Nigel King had a game-high 26.
WEBBERS FALLS 68, INDIANOLA 28 — Michael Milligan had 17 points and Jordan Sharp 14 for Webbers (4-5) which moves to meet the Crowder-Union Christian winner at 5:30 p.m. Friday in consolation play in the Darrell James Shootout at Canadian. Sharp had seven of his points in a 24-6 second quarter which gave the Warriors a 40-11 halftime lead.
PORTER 57, GANS 21 — The Pirates (6-1) won their sixth straight behind Jacob Richardson’s 27 points, seven rebounds and nine steals in three quarters, leaving with the score 49-19. Brandon Fowler had nine rebounds and Kevon Bates had eight to go along with five steals. Cody Winkel led in rebounds with eight.
PORUM 49, MIDWAY 29 — Jordan Doak had 16 points to lead the Panthers (4-3).
BISHOP KELLEY 61, TAHLEQUAH 48 — Lain Wright had 21 for Tahlequah (1-4, 0-2) which led 16-8 early but fell victim to defensive lapses.
BISHOP KELLEY 54, TAHLEQUAH 51 — In Tulsa, in a battle of top-10 Class 5A teams, No. 7 Tahlequah (3-1, 1-1 Metro Lakes) was hurt by turnovers, and missed free throws as it was against Muskogee in the finals of its own tournament over the weekend and just as it did Saturday, squandered a fourth-quarter lead — this time by four. No. 8 Bishop Kelley is 3-1, 2-0.
Jhonett Cookson had 18 points and Desiree Phipps had 10 for Tahlequah.
HASKELL 52, OKMULGEE 45 OT — Maddie Cheatham hit a layup to force overtime with 1.8 seconds left, then Nikki Bolding hit two crucial 3-pointers in overtime for Haskell (3-2), which led 16-1 after one quarter and got caught in the fourth.
Bolding hit two 3-pointers in overtime and finished with 10 points. TaShay Love had 14 points and Sherrell McHenry had her second double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds.
The game was tied at 40 going to the extra period.
HULBERT 48, OKAY 26 — Hulbert (6-0, 2-0 Big Eight) had control by the half, leading 31-15 after outscoring the Lady Mustangs 19-10 in the second quarter. Tiffany Thompson led the Lady Riders with 23 points. Allison Arnall had six points, four assists and five steals. Megan Cox had eight and Lindsey Krueger had five points, seven rebounds and three blocks. Okay (4-3, 1-1) lost its second consecutive game and was led by Bristen Graves’ 12 points.
MIDWAY 55, PORUM 35 — Zadie McElhaney had 17 points to lead the Lady Chargers (6-1) at home. Hailee Truesdell had nine. The Chargers outscored Porum 20-8 in the third to make it 47-22.
GANS 49, PORTER 29 — The Lady Pirates fell on the road, dropping to 0-6. Sierra Richardson had 10 points to top her team.
UNION CHRISTIAN 36, WEBBERS FALLS 35 — Webbers led 25-13 at half and 28-24 in the third but lost on a buzzer shot in a consolation game in the Darrell James Shootout in Canadian that eliminated the Lady Warriors (3-6) from the event. Brooke Chappell had 12 points in the loss.
FORT GIBSON 45, POTEAU 33 — The Tigers moved to 2-1, 1-0 in district by winning the dual on its home mat. Kyle Martin (152), Tanner Enger (160), Logan Wood (182), Brayden Williams (126), Nick Bailey (220) and Andrew Brestel (285) all won by fall. Zach Peterson (170) won by decision. Cole Watson received a forfeit at 113. Fort Gibson won a junior high dual 78-6.
Thursday: Stigler, Eufaula at Wilburton Tournament; Midway at Braggs 6 p.m.; Darrell James Shootout at Canadian: Warner (G) vs. Canadian, 7 p.m.; Warner (B) vs. Kinta/Union Christian winner, 8:30 p.m.
Friday (6:30/8 p.m. girls/boys): Muskogee at Owasso, Haskell at Oktaha, Victory Christian at Sequoyah, Fort Gibson at Wagoner, Hilldale at Okmulgee, Collinsville at Tahlequah, Gore at Okay, Braggs at Gans, Hulbert at Westville, Sallisaw Central at Vian, Sallisaw at Checotah, Keys at Catoosa.
Thursday: Fort Gibson at Jenks
Friday: Sapulpa at Muskogee, Fort Gibson at Bixby, 7 p.m.