JERRY OQUIN TOURNAMENT— At Inola, the Fort Gibson Tigers (3-2) put five players in double figures in dumping the Siloam Springs JV 93-37. Jordan Hill led the quintet with 29 points. Jordan London had 18, while Eric Hudson and Ned Adair scored 11 each and Jake Gandara added 10 points. Fort Gibson plays Catoosa at 2:30 p.m. today in the tournament.
GREENLEAF TOURNAMENT — In boys action, Porum knocked off Braggs as Austin Wright scored 17 points, while Dakota Macom had 13 and Dakota Wright 11. Payton York topped Braggs with 22 points. Gore beat Kinta 52-42 as Jake Johnson scored 19 and Derrick Jestice added 12. Tyler Stephens led Kinta with 13 points.
In the girls division, Braggs beat Porter 48-46 in overtime. Hanna Mackey scored 12, Jaycie Ray scored 11 and Riley Beasley added 10. Sierra Richardson score 20 and Dominique Garcia added 11 for Porter. Porum fell 52-24 to Oaks and Caitlin Stinnett led Porum with 12 points.
LIBERTY TOURNAMENT — Alex Wheeland scored a team-high 16 points as Haskell lost its first game in three outings this season, falling 67-40 to Beggs. The Haymakers will play either Keifer or LIncoln Christian today.
Meanwhile, Sherrell McHenry of Haskell pumped in 20 points as the Lady Haymakers defeated Mounds 51-37. Haskell led 25-19 at halftime. Haskell plays Okay at 1 p.m. today in the consolation championship game.
Courtney Smith scored 18 and Summer Milligan had nine as the Okay Lady Mustangs (4-1) beat Liberty 45-36. Okay trailed 27-19 at halftime, but turned up its press and held Liberty one point in the third quarter to rally for the win.
EUFAULA 62, STIGLER 40 — Devone Garfield scored a game-high 15 points as the Ironheads (1-2) won their first game of the season. Forest Paden added 11 and Cody Faries chipped in 10 at Eufaula’s gym.
Dominique Unruhlone and Seth Sandlin scored 11 points each for Stigler.
LOCUST GROVE 66, WAGONER 49 — Decarius Clark scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds as the Bulldogs lost their season opener. Lateze Clayton had 13 and Byron Adams added 12. David Stone and Taylor Halpain had 14 each for Locust Grove.
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