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January 24, 2014

Wednesday's STAR Tournament Capsules

Konawa — Wednesday, Jan. 22


2014 STAR Tournament

At Konawa

Consolation Bracket

Konawa 53, Moss 30

MOSS 7 6 7 10  —  30

KONAWA 14 6 13 20  —  53

MOSS: Haley Boyd 11, Kayla Phillips 9, Bailey Wingo 4, Kylie Price 2, Maycee Croce 2, Triniti House 1.

KONAWA: Danielle Khoury 16, Cheyenne Galimba 14, Roshawn Warrior 6, Winterstar Narcomey 4, Mahaley Larney 3, Doninique Lyon 2, Raegan Scott 2, Brittany West 2, Kamry Walker 2, Kathryn Gaines 2.

3-point goals: Phillips (M). Khoury 2 (K).

Fouled out: Price, Black (M)

NOTEWORTHY: Danielle Khoury poured in 16 points and recorded six steals and Cheyenne Galimba added 14 points, six steals and five rebounds as Konawa ripped Moss, 53-30, on Wednesday in consolation bracket play in the STAR Tournament at Konawa High School. Roshawn Warrior followed with six points and eight steals for the victorious Lady Tigers. Konawa doubled up Moss by a 14-7 count in the first quarter and settled for a 20-13 advantage at the break, It was 33-20, in favor of the Lady Tigers, after three quarters. Konawa went on a 20-10 run in the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We came out a little bit sluggish, but played better the second half. We’ve had some tough losses as of late and it was good for our girls to get back on the winning side,” — Konawa head coach Gordon Garner.

Record: Konawa is 5-7; Moss 2-11.

Up Next: Konawa vs. Tupelo Thursday at 5:30 p.m. in STAR Tournament semifinals.



Tupelo 46, Varnum 40

TUPELO 6 15 11 14  —  46

VARNUM 11 11 3 15  —  40

TUPELO: Luci Palmer 15, Brittany Sanders 8, Hailey Ellis 8, Phylisha Chamberlain 7, Kurston Chamberlain 3, Paige Vick 3, Hayley Reeves 2.

VARNUM: Karina Tarpey 10, Eddlemon 8, Spraker 6, Kyla Tarpey 4, Lincoln 4, Gosa 4, Cervantes 3, Hendrix 1.

3-point goals: Palmer, Ellis (T). Spraker 2, Eddlemon (V)

Fouled out: Cervantes (V)

NOTEWORTHY: Luci Palmer canned two 3-pointers and finished with 15 points as Tupelo held off Varnum, 46-40, in consolation bracket play on Wednesday in the STAR Tournament in Konawa. Brittany Sanders and Hailey Ellis tossed in eight points apiece as Ellis connected on a pair of 3-point jumpers. The Lady Tigers led 11-6 after the first quarter, 22-21 at halftime and 32-25 through three periods.

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