Ada — Tuesday’s Games
Asher 47, Allen 24
ALLEN 9 5 6 4 — 24
ASHER 10 12 15 10 — 47
ALLEN: Charlea Leonard 6, Hannah Heck 4, Sandra Howshar 4, Miranda Raney 3, Alycia Evans 2, Alison Sells 2, Faith Caldwell 2, Emily Nelson 1.
ASHER: Tarin Dubler 17, Shelby Fleming 12, Tristan Milburn 7, Chelsey Bottom 5, Sarah Wauahdooah 4.
3-point goals: Dubler, Milburn (Asher)
Fouled out: Fleming (Asher)
NOTEWORTHY: Tarin Dubler poured in 17 points and snatched seven rebounds as Asher rolled to a 47-24 victory over visiting Allen on Tuesday. The Lady Indian win avenged a loss in the semifinals of the Pottawatomie County Tournament last Thursday. Shelby Fleming followed with 12 points before fouling out for the victorious Lady Indians. Tristan Milburn was next with seven points for the winners. Milburn and Dubler each hit a 3-pointer for Asher’s only treys of the night. Sarah Wauahdooah recorded five steals to go with her four points. Charlea Leonard topped the Lady Mustangs with six points. Leading 10-9, the Lady Indians outscored the visitors, 12-5 in the second quarter, for a 22-14 halftime lead. Asher led 37-20 after three quarters.
Record: Asher 16-5; Allen 10-7.
Up Next: Asher at Maud on Saturday
Stonewall 62, Coalgate 43
COALGATE 9 7 15 12 — 43
STONEWALL 18 16 16 12 — 62
COALGATE: Landon Garcia 20, Whitney Williams 14, Mekyla Jacobs 5, Tori Lampkin 3, Shelby Martindale 1.
STONEWALL: Justice Dees 15, Taylor Barrett 14, Tana Davis 13, Alexis Lambert 11, Shania Bills 3, Mackenzie Davis 3, Sarah Monday 3.
3-point goals: Garcia 3, Williams 2, Jacobs (CC). Barrett, T. Davis, Bills, M. Davis (S)
Fouled out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Justice Dees registered a double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds as the Stonewall Lady Longhorns posted a 62-43 win over visiting Coalgate on Tuesday. Dees was one of four double-figure scorers for Stonewall as Taylor Barrett finished with 14 (including one 3-pointer), Tana Davis followed with 13 (including one trey) and Alexis Lambert finished with 11. Landon Garcia paced the Lady Wildcats with 20 points, including three 3-pointers, and Whitney Williams ended up with 14 points, including a pair of treys. The Lady Longhorns doubled up Coalgate, 18-9, in the first quarter and went on to a 34-16 halftime lead.