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January 16, 2014

Tuesday's Boys Basketball Capsules


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Ada — Tuesday, Jan. 14

BOYS

At Vanoss

Roff 64, Vanoss 38

ROFF 16 15 21 12  —  64

VANOSS   1 15 6 10  —  38

ROFF: Dalton Madden 16, Cade Carpenter 15, Zach Lewis 8, Lonnie Petersen 8, C.J. Johnson 5, Hunter Larsh 4, Jordan Lawalin 3, Mike Anderson 3, Jacob Jones 2.

VANOSS: Dayton Phillips 18, Cody Tharp 7, Jacob Grimm 5, Ricky Phillips 5, Blake Cooper 3.

3-point goals: Madden, Lewis, Johnson, Lawalin, Anderson (R). Tharp 2, Phillips (V)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Dalton Madden tossed in 16 points and Cade Carpenter followed with 15 as Roff rolled to a 64-38 rout of host Vanoss on Tuesday. The Tigers jumped out to a 16-1 advantage after one quarter, led 31-16 at halftime and sat on a 52-22 cushion through three quarters. Zach Lewis and Lonnie Petersen tacked on eight points each for the victorious Tigers. Dayton Phillips scored a game-high 18 points for the Wolves and Cody Tharp followed with seven, including a pair of 3-pointers.

Up Next: Roff at Tupelo on Friday. Vanoss at Asher on Friday.

 

At ECU’s Kerr Center

Stratford 67, Dibble 36

DIBBLE 14   6   6 10  —  36

STRATFORD 16 10 23 18  —  67

DIBBLE: Browning 14, Hayes 9, Sumner 4, Baker 4, Lopez 3, Thomas 1, Ruiz 1.

STRATFORD: Cade Savage 19, Josh Waller 10, Brenton Willingham 9, Duke Davenport 5, Jon Golden 5, Matt Blackburn 4, Landon Anderson 4, Eli Savage 3, Bobby Cothren 3, Chase Bradstreet 2, Lane Martin 2, Brant Wade 2.

3-point goals: Hayes 2, Browning (D). C. Savage, Waller, Willingham, Davenport, Golden, Cothren (S).

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: All 12 players, suited up for Stratford, scored as the Bulldogs rolled to a 67-36 rout of Dibble in the Big 8 Conference opener on Tuesday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center. Cade Savage led the way for Stratford with 19 points, Josh Waller followed with 10 and Brenton Willingham chipped in nine. The Bulldogs had six 3-pointers come from six different players. Stratford led just 16-14 after one quarter and 26-20 at halftime, before going on a 23-6 run in the third to pull away. 

COACH’S QUOTE: “It’s always nice when everyone has a chance to score. We were sluggish early and only led by six at the half. But our intensity level picked up in the second half. It’s always good to get that first conference win,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Record: Stratford is 9-3

Up Next: Stratford vs. Maysville on Friday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center.

 

At Atoka

Latta 65, Atoka 52

LATTA 14 13 19 19  —  65

ATOKA 13 9 22   8  —  52

LATTA: Derek Epperly 20, Brady Johnson 19, Carter Kessinger 16, Treston Tully 8, Ryan Stockton 2.

ATOKA: Tyreke Johnson 20, Bobby Johnson 10, Bishop Coulter 10, Houston Bowen 8, Brandon Calicutt 3, Spencer Moore 1.

3-point goals: Kessinger 4, Brady Johnson 3 (L). Bowen 2, Bobby Johnson, Calicutt (A)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Derek Epperly poured in a career-high 20 points and pulled down eight rebounds as Class 2A top-ranked Latta avenged a recent loss from Saturday by beating Class 3A seventh-ranked Atoka, 65-52, on Tuesday night. Atoka handed the Panthers their first loss on Saturday in the finals of the Kingston Tournament. Also scoring in double figures for Latta on Tuesday were Brady Johnson with 19 points to go with nine rebounds and Carter Kessinger with 16 points with five rebounds and three steals. Kessinger started in place of Kade Hayes, who was sidelined due to illness. Treston Tully followed with eight points for the winners. Brogan Cantrell recorded five rebounds, five steals and six assists for the Panthers. Tyreke Johnson led Atoka with 20 points while Bobby Johnson and Bishop Coulter added 10 each. Coulter had scored 25 in the Kingston Tournament finals against Latta. The Panthers, with a slim 46-44 lead heading into the fourth quarter, outscored Atoka, 19-8, in the fourth to pull away.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was a great effort. I can’t say enough about how hard they played. Derek stepped up and really played well in the post and we did a really good job on their post kid (Coulter). Carter really stepped up in Kade’s absence. It was a tremendous team effort,” — Latta head coach Donnie Husband.

Record: Latta is 10-1

Up Next: Latta at Dale on Friday.

 

At Earlsboro

Tupelo 63, Earlsboro 51

TUPELO 16 15 15 17  —  63

EARLSBORO   8 13 13   1  —  51

TUPELO: Joshn Umsted 19, Chisum Henry 14, Bry Bratcher 9, Corey McCollum 7, Caleb Watson 6, Ben Meek 6, Josh Gragg 2.

EARLSBORO: McCormick 21, Sanders 11, Bateman 10, Kelsay 6, Stragell 3.

3-point goals: Henry 2, Umsted, Bratcher (T). McCormick 2, Kelsay 2 (EE)

NOTEWORTHY: John Umsted fired in 19 points and Chisum Henry had 14 as Tupelo ripped host Earlsboro, 63-51, on Tuesday. Henry sank a pair of 3-pointers and Umsted connected on one. Bry Bratcher followed with nine points, including one trey, for the Tigers. Ben Meek recorded six rebounds and four steals to go with his six points and Josh Gragg grabbed nine rebounds to go with his two points. Tupelo doubled up Earlsboto by a 16-8 count in the first quarter and went on to a 31-21 halftime advantage. The Tigers held a 46-34 lead, heading into the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “I thought we played well at times on both ends. We rebounded well and did a good job in the second half of handling their press,” — Tupelo head coach Clay Weller.

Record: Tupelo is 9-5

Up Next: Tupelo hosts Roff on Friday.

 

At Ada

Seminole 57, Ada 56

SEMINOLE 19 13 14 11  —  57

ADA 17 14 12 13  —  56

SEMINOLE: Jayce Cravens 7-17, 6-8, 21; Xavier Freeman 5-15, 0-0, 12; Ryan Tilley 3-6, 1-2, 10; Papi White 2-4, 5-7, 9; Jake Roberts 2-3, 1-3, 5. Totals: 19-45, 12-20, 57.

ADA: Jamal Henderson 8-11, 0-0, 17; Cory Kilby 6-10, 2-2, 15; David Forbes 4-8, 2-4, 12; Tryce Prince 3-8, 0-0, 6; Walker Whitworth 2-8, 0-0, 6. Totals: 23-45, 4-7, 56.

Turnovers: Seminole 7, Ada 11.

Steals: Seminole 8 (Tilley 4); Ada 4.

Rebounds: Seminole 29 (Cravens 9, Freeman 9); Ada 30 (Forbes 8, Kilby 6).

3-point goals: Seminole 7-17 (Tilley 3-6, Freeman 2-4, Cravens 2-7); Ada 6-21 (Whitworth 2-8, Forbes 2-5, Kilby 1-3, Henderson 1-2).

Fouled out: Kilby (A).