Boys basketball

 LOCUST GROVE 84, HILLDALE 80 — Hornets coach Scott Hensley said his team wasn’t flat. It might have played a little tougher, maybe had more hands up at times, but it likely wouldn’t have made much difference with the first quarter Locust Grove had, scoring 33 points off six 3s. They had nine in the first half.

It was 33-20 after one and 50-37 at half. 

Thus, the Hornets fell to 9-3 on the heels of a Bedouin Shrine Classic. They rallied with an 18-9 rally in the third to get back in the game, but it wasn’t enough.

“They were hot. It was nuts. It was a sight,” Hensley said. “Credit to them. But I was proud of the way we fought back.”

T.J. Maxwell and Brayson Lawson shared co-game high honors with 21 points.

FORT GIBSON 44, CATOOSA 42 — It was tight for three quarters. The Tigers (8-2) trailed out of the gate, 10-8 after one, and faced that same margin at 34-32 heading to the fourth. Conner Calavan hit a 3 to take the lead in the fourth and Fort Gibson stretched it to five then held on for the win. Calavan had 15 points and Tommy French 11. Catoosa fell to 7-5.

ARKOMA 52, GORE 48 — Jacob Morgan had 14 points, Weston Shanks 11 and Damien Dover 9. Gore is 3-6.

COLLINSVILLE 62, TAHLEQUAH 59 — Down 24 points, Jaxon Jones scored 18 of his 24 points in a 33-point fourth quarter but the 5A No. 10 Tigers (7-4) came up short, losing their first 5A game of the year and their first conference game. Tahlequah had three chances to tie or take the lead in the final moments and couldn’t. Tanner Christian had 11 points. Gage Longshore had seven 3s and 20 points for No. 7 Collinsville (9-3)

BRAGGS 57, BUFFALO VALLEY 34 — Jase King had 21 points and Parker York 10 for Class B No. 4 Braggs, now 14-0.

WAGONER 70, MIAMI 31 — No other information was available. The Bulldogs are 8-4.

WEBBERS FALLS 45, GANS 29 — Jake Chambers led the Warriors (6-6) with 14 points. Blake Wyatt added 13 points. Webbers Falls led 34-18 in the third quarter.  

WARNER 64, MOUNDS 39 —  Jack VanDaley led the Eagles (6-4) with 28 points. Camden Chappell added 15 points and Landen Swallow added 12 points. Warner led 37-15 at halftime.

CHECOTAH 59, SALLISAW 43 — Brenden Dan and Caden Martin led the Wildcats (9-3) with 16 points each. Caleb Wilmath added 14 points. Dan made 6 of 8 free throws.

EUFAULA 69, HENRYETTA 41 — Luke Parish led the Class 3A No. 11 Ironheads with 17 points. Nick Jones and Alex Parish added 11 points to secure the win. Eufaula advances to 8-1.

OKAY 41, PORUM 32 — Mitch Richardson led the Mustangs (4-7) with 21 points. Berry Briley led Porum (1-9) with 14 points.  

MIAMI 81, WAGONER 62 — The Bulldogs fell to 7-4 with the loss.

Girls basketball 

FORT GIBSON 57, CATOOSA 20 — Defense again was the game for 4A No. 3 Fort Gibson (9-1), which in its five-game win streak that included a repeat title in the Bedouin Shrine Classic have limited opponents to 22 points in each of those games.

After a championship game where they held Coweta to four field goals, Fort Gibson did the same for three quarters Tuesday and led 40-8 after three. Meanwhile, the offensive attack included points for all but two players. Reese Webb led with 9 points, Zoey Whiteley had 8, Baylee London 7, Mallory Baker and Abbye Porterfield with 6.

LOCUST GROVE 56, HILLDALE 54 — Hilldale fell two games under .500 at 5-7 as the fourth quarter got away. It was 29-all at halftime and 39-36 going to the fourth where the Hornets were doubled-up by 17-8. Madi Folsom had 14 points. Makayla Williams had 11.

BRAGGS 44, BUFFALO VALLEY 30 — Alex Chandler had 18 points and Savanna Dishman 11 for the Lady Wildcats, who improved to 6-8.

MIAMI 52, WAGONER 31 — The Bulldogs fell to 2-10.

KIEFER 51, PORTER 31 —Raylee Taylor led the Lady Pirates (3-8) with 12 points.

 WARNER 48, MOUNDS 47  Jaylee Kindred led the Lady Eagles with 18 points. Kylee Terrell added 12 points. Warner led 29-17 at halftime.

 WEBBERS FALLS 45, GANS 33 — Morgan Carter and Lexi Rasky led the Lady Warriors (11-1) with 12 points. Cessna Kimberlin added 11 points.  

 SALLISAW 52, CHECOTAH 41 —  Vanessa Henson led the Lady Wildcats (5-7) with 18 points. Checotah led at halftime 25-14.  

 EUFAULA 59, HENRYETTA 37 The Class 3A No. 11 Lady Ironheads (8-1) got 17 points from  Kiaya Burns. Journi James added 12 points and Ashley Mills added 11 points.   

OKAY 50, PORUM 36 —Shayni Green led the Class A No. 14 Mustangs (12-2) with 15 points. Macy Anderson and Carmen Parnell both added 11.  Savannah Macom led Porum (9-2) with 11 points. Okay led 31-16 at halftime. 




HILLDALE 51, HENRYETTA 18 — It wasn’t a typical way to win, but for Hilldale and coach Daniel Llamas, dual number one for the first-year program is in the books.

Melchesidech Porter got a decision on points at 195. Dylan Walker at 145 and Colby Garrett at 137 both had pins. Outside of that, it was all gifts. Forfeit wins for Easton Morgan at 106, Matthew McCormack at 113, Gavin Ford at 160, Brayden Smith at 170, Johnnie Durossette at 182 and Grayson Gaddy at 285 made it easier.

“Not the best first win but a win none the less,” said Llamas. 

Hilldale (1-2) will go to tournament play this weekend at the Port City Classic at Catoosa.

CHECOTAH 45, SEQUOYAH 33 — The Wildcats (4-2) got wins from Zavrion Caldwell at 113, Luke Collett at 120, Jake Davidson at 126, Landen Dregman at 132, Rylee Campbell at 138, Logan Shropshire at 160, Cord Montgomery at 170 and Kyler Pouncil at 220.


WAGONER 70, FORT GIBSON 6 — The Bulldogs (3-0) dominated, getting pins by Joe Miller at 113, Braven Bowman at 120, Braden Drake at 132, Logan Sterling at 145, Kaden Charboneau at 160, Drew Mills at 170, Roman Garcia at 182, Logan Cole at 220 and Jayden Marshall at 285. Chochee Watson at 195 won by decision and Ti Lockwood at 138 won by injury default. Lexi Miller at 106 and Gabe Rodriguez at 126 won by forfeits.

Deven Woodworth at 152 with a pin gave Fort Gibson (2-4) its only win of the night.

The Tigers had five wrestlers out tonight for various reasons.


— Staff

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