Phoenix Staff Reports
GREENLEAF TOURNAMENT — The Hulbert Riders cruised to a 60-34 win over the Webbers Falls Warriors in Porum on Tuesday. Hulbert (2-1) was led by Craig Potts with 18 points while Chris Vance had 13 points. Webbers Falls (2-3) saw Jordan Sharp lead the way with 15 points.
The Riders meet Porter in the winner’s bracket at 8:30 p.m. Thursday while Webbers Falls slides into the loser’s bracket and faces Oaks at 5:50 p.m. Thursday.
Also, Gore beat Porum 57-30. The Pirates (1-1) held the Panthers (1-2) to 18 first-half points. Jake Johnson’s 23 points was a game-high and paced Gore while Derrick Jestice added 16.
Porum will now face Braggs in the loser’s bracket Friday at 5:50 p.m. and Gore will face Kinta in the winner’s bracket Friday at 8:50 p.m.
KEYS COUGAR INVITATIONAL — Keys outscored Poteau 13-3 in the second quarter on its way to a 57-42 victory. The Cougars led 45-32 after three quarters and 22-18 at the break. Keys was led in scoring by Peyton Ragsdale and Trevor Eubanks with 16 points each while Mason Turman added 10. Next up for Keys is a matchup with Vinita at 5:50 p.m. Thursday.
OKAY 48, CHOUTEAU 47 OT — The Mustangs finally got into the win column on two e Dakota Haley free-throws after he was fouled on a loose-ball play with 5.8 seconds left in overtime. The score was knotted at 45 at the end of regulation. Nigel King had a triple-double, finishing with 21 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists. Zac Cagle finished with 12 points for the Mustangs. Their next opponent is Kiefer in the first round of the Liberty Tournament on Thursday.
SPIRO 56, EUFAULA 32 — The Ironheads (0-2) remained winless after the home loss as Devone Garfield led the way with 11 points and Forrest Paden added 10.
GREENLEAF TOURNAMENT — The Hulbert Lady Riders raced out to a 25-10 halftime advantage and never looked back in downing the Gore Lady Pirates 48-20 in Porum. Tiffany Thompson led the Lady Riders (3-0) with 18 points while Allison Arnal had 11 points, seven steals, five assists and five rebounds. Hulbert advances in the winner’s bracket and faces the Webbers Falls at 7:10 p.m. Thursday while Gore drops into the loser’s bracket and meets Kinta at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
Meanwhile, Webbers Falls found itself in a 17-4 halftime deficit before rallying for the 38-28 win against Kinta. The Lady Warriors were led in scoring by Brooke Chappell’s 11 points.
JERRY OQUIN TOURNAMENT — Sequoyah raced to a 29-14 halftime advantage and finished with a 57-34 victory over Inola. The Lady Indians (3-0) were led by Feather Pacheco’s 12 points and Loren Young supplied 10 with eight rebounds. They advance to play Verdigris at 7 p.m. Thursday.
KEYS COUGAR INVITATIONAL — Keys won its first game of the season against Fort Gibson JV 52-48. The Lady Cougars jumped out to a 21-4 lead after the first six minutes and led 21-9 headed into the second quarter. Sydney Rainbolt started 7-for-7 and finished with 29 points for Keys while Mylee Hewitt added 17. The Lady Cougars will now face Poteau at 4:30 p.m. Thursday.
OKAY 55, CHOUTEAU 45 — The Lady Mustangs used a 17-6 second quarter to take the lead after being down three to start the quarter. Courtney Smith led Okay (3-0) with 27 points while Robyn Hamner and Bristen Graves chipped in seven each.
SPIRO 72, EUFAULA 68 — Spiro took advantage of the 22-8 free-throw advantage on the road against Eufaula, making 17 compared to the Lady Ironheads (1-1) six. Eufaula took a 53-52 lead with seven minutes to play but was outscored 20-15 from there. Alyssa Banks led Eufaula with 18 points and Janet Hill finished with 16.
FGHS GIRLS FIRST — The Fort Gibson Lady Tigers remained undefeated as in winning a triangular with Broken Arrow at Bartlesville. They won against Broken Arrow, 113-61 and versus Bartlesville, 94-57. The boys finished second, beating Broken Arrow 101-67 but then losing to Bartlesville 101-61.
On the boys side, James Huggins took first in the 500-meter freestyle for the Tigers while the girls took first in the 400 relay behind Kimber Goodwin, Kyla Martin, Whitney Stroup and Hali Martin’s performance. Next up for FGHS is the Bixby Invitational on Thursday.
ROUGHERS WIN — Muskogee won it’s dual at Claremore 62-12 after it started with a heavyweight win by Rougher Elijah Petty as he got the pin in the first round over Cody Jare. Other Roughers joining him in the win column were Efrain Arteaga at 106 pounds, Chase Soper at 120, Xavier Taylor at 126, Micah Foster at 132, Matt Acee at 138, Clayton Spencer at 145l, Dawaylon Barnes at 152 o, Jacobe Smith at 160, J.T. Andrews at 170, Cory Andrews at 195 and Nigel Harris at 220 over Sean Shephard.
Muskogee’s Xavion Taylor lost at 113 and Kyle Gattman lost at 182, The Roughers’ dual record is 1-1 as they go to the Perry Tournament on Friday.
Wednesday: Crowder Tournament: Oktaha vs. Lakewood Christian, 8:30 p.m.
Thursday: Boys: Hilldale Tournament: Event Center: Morris vs. Grove, 5:30 p.m.; Roland JV vs. Hilldale, 8:30 p.m. Old Gym: Rejoice Christian vs. Checotah, ,5:30 p.m.; Stilwell vs. Hilldale JV, 8:30 p.m. United Keetowah Band Tahlequah Tiger Invitational: Tahlequah vs. Sapulpa, 11:30 a.m.; Save Our Youth Leadership Academy-Tulsa vs. Muskogee, 2:30 p.m.; Coweta vs. Enid, 5:30 p.m.; Moore vs. Sand Springs, 8:30 p.m.
Greenleaf: Oaks vs. Webbers Falls, 5:50 p.m.; Porter vs. Hulbert, 8:30 p.m.
Girls: Hilldale Tournament: Event Center: Morris vs. Stilwell, 4 p.m. Morris JV vs. Hilldale, 7 p.m.; Old Gym: Roland vs. Checotah, 4 p.m.; Grove vs. Rejoice Christian, 7 p.m.
United Keetowah Band Tahlequah Tiger Invitational: Moore vs. Muskogee JV, 10 a.m.; Tahlequah vs. Sand Springs, 1 p.m.; Yukon vs. Rogers (Ark.) Heritage, 4 p.m.; Muskogee vs. OKC Southeast, 7 p.m.
Jerry Oquin Tournament at Inola: Fort Gibson vs. Oologah, 4 p.m.; Sequoya vs. Verdigris, 7 p.m.
Greenleaf Tournament at Porum: Gore vs. Kinta, 4:30 p.m.; Hulbert vs. Webbers Falls, 7:10 p.m.
Crowder Tournament: Oktaha vs. Tushka, 7:40 p.m.
Thursday: McAlester at Fort Gibson, 6 p.m.
Thursday: Fort Gibson at Bixby Invitational, 4 p.m.