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December 14, 2013

Area prep basketball roundup

(Continued)

Boys

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.

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