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February 3, 2014

Local basketball capsules and box scores


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ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — Friday, Jan. 31

GIRLS

Allen 45, Vanoss 41 (OT)

ALLEN    5      5    12    15    8    —    45

VANOSS    4    17      9      7    4    —    41

ALLEN: Charlea Leonard 16, Alison Sells 13, Sandra Howshar 8, Alycia Evans 3, Hannah Heck 3, Faith Caldwell 2.

VANOSS: Crystal Frederick 16, Taylor Smith 7, Layne Ramsey 7, Toni Prince 6, Kalli Mowdy 3, Caylin Ballard 2.

3-point goals: Sells 4 (A). Frederick 2 (V)

Fouled out: Frederick (V)

NOTEWORTHY: Charlea Leonard tossed in 16 points and Alison Sells added 13 as the Allen Lady Mustangs knocked off the host Vanoss Lady Wolves, 45-41, on Friday. Sells sank four 3-point jumpers. Allen teammate Sandra Howshar added eight points for the winners. Crystal Frederick hit a pair of treys and finished with 16 points before fouling out for Vanoss. Taylor Smith and Layne Ramsey followed with seven points apiece in a losing cause. The Lady Mustangs trailed 30-22 entering the fourth quarter before outscoring the Lady Wolves by a 15-7 margin to end regulation. Allen then doubled up Vanoss, 8-4, in OT.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We left 12 points in free throws off the scoreboard. It’s hard to beat anyone when you don’t make free throws. We played good basketball through three quarters and stopped doing the little things down the stretch, which cost us the ball game. Give Allen credit, they made some big shots,” — Vanoss head coach Dillon Snow.

Record: Allen 11-7; Vanoss 7-13.

Up Next: Vanoss at Lexingtom Tuesday. Allen at Wetumka on Tuesday.



At Wayne

Wayne 52, Stratford 47

STRATFORD    16      6    11    14  —  47

WAYNE      8    11    17    16  —  52

STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 19, Kathryne Alberson 8, Vanessa Cothren 7, Kara Davenport 5, Morgan Tice 3, Cheyenne Hickman 3, Leah Parker 2.

WAYNE: Caylee Clifton 29, Lack 7, Hunt 5, Powell 5, Christy Clifton 4, Spencer 2.

3-point goals: Cothren (S). Hunt (W)

Fouled out: Hickman (S). Hunt (W)

NOTEWORTHY: Caylee Clifton fired in a game-high 29 points as Wayne outlasted Stratford, 52-47, on Friday. Clifton has signed to play softball at the University of Oklahoma. Cheyenne Weast paced the Lady Bulldogs in a losing effort with 19 points. Kathryne Alberson followed with eight points and Vanessa Cothren finished with seven, including the team’s only 3-pointer. Stratford actually held a 16-8 advantage after one quarter but was outscored in each of the three remaining quarters, including 11-6 in the second, 17-11 in the third and 16-14 in the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Clifton is a good player. We couldn’t stop her. She’s a great athlete. Our girls kept fighting on the road. We were down by two with 12 seconds to go. We fouled, Clifton went to the line and hit her free throws. We’re still trying to get healthy. Leah Parker is playing hurt. Hannah McKinney hasn’t played since getting hurt. Still, I’m proud of our girls,” — Stratford head coach Jason Fulks.

Record: Stratford is 9-7.

Up next: Stratford at Wynnewood on Tuesday.



At Cougar Activity Center

Harrah 39, Ada 34

HARRAH    10    8      7    14  —  39

ADA      7    4    14      9  —  34

HARRAH: Shanna Visnieski 6-10, 1-1, 15; Darian Hill 2-12, 8-8, 14; Blake Blessington 3-11, 1-3, 8; Grace Brzozowski 1-3, 0-2, 2. Totals: 12-41, 10-16, 29.

ADA: Aaliyah Blakley 4-13, 2-2, 10; Sami Jewett 3-8, 0-0, 9; Olivia Wells 3-8, 0-0, 6; Haley Dean 0-3, 4-4, 4; Meneé Thomsen 1-5, 0-0, 3; Markeisha Black 1-4, 0-0, 2. Totals: 12-41, 6-6, 34.

Turnovers: Harrah 9, Ada 12.

Steals: Harrah 5, Ada 2.

Rebounds: Harrah 31 (Blessington 7); Ada 34 (Blakley 16).

3-point goals: Harrah 5-13 (Visnieski 2-4, Hill 2-6, Blessington 1-1); Ada 4-16 (Jewett 3-8, Thomsen 1-4).

Fouled out: Thomsen (A).



At Stonewall

Roff 55, Stonewall 54 (2 OT)

ROFF    10    14    11    11    5    4    —    55

STONEWALL    11    2    18    15    5    3    —    54

ROFF: Amy Crawford 17, Lauren Trimmer 13, Jalee Hood 7, Breecia Crawford 6, Darcy Bowerman 6, Jessi Scott 4, Tori Brown 2.

STONEWALL: Tana Davis 20, Alexis Lambert 10, Taylor Barrett 9, Shania Bills 7, Justice Dees 6, Mckenzie Davis 2.

3-point goals: Trimmer 2, A. Crawford (R). T. Davis 4, Barrett (S)

Fouled out: B. Crawford (R). Dees, Barrett (S).

BOYS

At Vanoss

Vanoss 49, Allen 45

ALLEN    6    18    11    10  —  45

VANOSS    6      9    15    19  —  49

ALLEN: Joseph Hopper 19, Tommy Peay 11, Zayne Erickson 6, Dakota Nickell 3, Colby Eaker 2, Drew Back 2, Ty Brown 2.

VANOSS: Jacob Grimm 11, Blake Cooper 9, Cody Tharp 7, Ricky Phillips 7, Trae McGinnis 5, Ricky Hall 4, Dalen Byrd 3, Dayton Phillips 3.

3-point goals: Grimm, Tharp, Phillips (V)

Fouled out: Hopper, Erickson (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Vanoss overcame a 35-30 deficit heading into the fourth quarter and beat Allen, 49-45, on Friday. Jacob Grimm paced the victorious Wolves with 11 points, including one 3-point jumper, and Blake Cooper finished with nine points. Cody Tharp and Ricky Phillips each nailed one trey and finished with seven points each. Joseph Hopper poured in a game-high 19 points for the Mustangs, and Tommy Peay ended up with 11. After the two teams played to a 6-all deadlock after one quarter, Allen doubled up Vanoss in the second quarter for a 24-15 halftime lead.

Up Next: Vanoss at Lexington Tuesday; Allen at Wetumka Tuesday.



At Mill Creek

Tupelo 79, Mill Creek 44

TUPELO    19    14    22    24  —  79

MILL CREEK    13    10    13      8  —  44

TUPELO: Caleb Watson 20, Chisum Henry 16, Bry Bratcher 15, John Umsted 13, Corey McCollum 9, Ben Meek 4, Luke Leland 2.

MILL CREEK: Naugle 10, Graves 10, E. McDonald 6, Kiddie 4, J. McDonald 2, Naugle 1, Miller 1.

3-point goals: Henry 2, Bratcher 2, Umsted 2 (T). Graves (MC)

NOTEWORTHY: Caleb Watson poured in 20 points, recorded eight steals and grabbed five rebounds as Tupelo trounced host Mill Creek, 79-44, on Friday night. Watson was one of four double-figure scorers for the Tigers. Chisum Henry tossed in 16 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and handed out seven assists. Bry Bratcher popped in a pair of treys and ended up with 15 points. John Umsted connected on two 3-point jumpers and finished with 13 points. Corey McCollum pulled down a team-leading 15 rebounds to go with his nine points. Tupelo led 19-13 after one quarter, 33-23 at halftime and 55-36 through three periods.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was another game with balanced scoring. McCollum had a huge night on the boards,” — Tupelo head coach Clay Weller.

Record: Tupelo is 13-7

Up Next: Tupelo at Wapanucka on Monday.



At Cougar Activity Center

Harrah 71, Ada 67

HARRAH    16    18    16    21  —  71

ADA    12    16    13    26  —  67

HARRAH: Kellen Manek 7-18, 6-6, 20; Zack Manek 6-9, 3-4, 15; Brady Manek 6-11, 0-0, 15; Collin Jennings 4-10, 4-7, 12; Dak Stephens 2-2, 0-1, 4; Jordan Jaworski 1-4, 0-0, 3; Austin Russell 1-2, 0-0, 2. Totals: 27-57, 13-18, 71.

ADA: Cory Kilby 11-16, 3-3, 29; Walker Whitworth 5-11, 0-0, 15; Jamal Henderson 4-7, 3-4, 13; Tryce Prince 4-13, 2-2, 10. Totals: 24-53, 8-10, 67.

Turnovers: Harrah 7, Ada 9.

Steals: Harrah 7 (Jennings 3); Ada 4.

Rebounds: Harrah 31 (K. Manek 7); Ada 24 (Kilby 10, Prince 8, David Forbes 7).

3-point goals: Harrah 4-14 (B. Manek 3-6, Jaworski 1-2); Ada 11-19 (Whitworth 5-8, Kilby 4-6, Henderson 2-3).

Fouled out: None.





At Stonewall

Roff 59, Stonewall 47

ROFF    19    14    13    13  —  59

STONEWALL    15      8      2    22  —  47

ROFF: C.J. Johnson 16, Zach Lewis 15, Hunter Larsh 11, Dalton Madden 8, Cade Carpenter 7, Mike Anderson 2.

STONEWALL: Dakota Morgan 15, Tanner Dees 14, Rowdy Rodriguez 9, Chase Finley 6, Austin Berry 3.

3-point goals: Johnson 4, Larsh 3, Madden (R). Rodriguez 3, Morgan 2, Dees, Berry (S)

Fouled out: none



Thursday, Jan. 30

Tupelo 85, Milburn 45

MILBURN    4    15    9    17  —  45

TUPELO    16    26    22    21  —  85

MILBURN: Vaness 30, Roach 8, Samis 4, Scribner 2, Whalen 1.

TUPELO: Chisum Henry 23, Corey McCollum 22, Ben Meek 13, Kolten Parker 6, Josh Gragg 5, Blake Pendleton 5, Bry Bratcher 4, Tristen Hogue 3, Luke Leland 2, Caleb Watson 2.

3-point goals: Vaness (M). Parker 2, Henry 2, Pendleton, Hogue (T)

NOTEWORTHY: Chisum Henry poured in 23 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, to go with five steals and six assists, and Corey McCollum added 22 points and nine rebounds as Tupelo pounded Milburn, 85-45, on Thursday night. Ben Meek added 13 points to the Tiger attack to go with eight boards and seven steals. Tupelo jumped out to a 16-4 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 42-19 halftime cushion. The Tigers then increased that 23-point advantage with a 22-9 run in the third to make it 64-28 heading into the final period.

Record: Tupelo is 12-7.

Up Next: Tupelo at Wapanucka on Tuesday.