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February 3, 2014

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ARKADELPHIA, Ark. — 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.

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