STONEWALL: Tanner Dees 18, Gage Burns 11, Dakota Morgan 7, Rowdy Rodriguez 3, Chase Finley 3, Austin Berry 2, Tyler Campise 2.
3-point goals: Hardy 3, Powell (C). Burns, Morgan, Rodriguez (S)
Fouled out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Tanner Dees fired in 18 points and Gage Burns added 11, including one 3-pointer, as Stonewall survived poor free-throw shooting to hold off Coalgate, 46-39, on Tuesday. The Longhorns converted just 11-of-20 free shots in the contest. Stonewall led 12-9 after one quarter, 23-16 at halftime and 36-24 through three quarters. Dakota Morgan also contributed seven points, including one trey, for the winners. C.J. Bills and Rob Penney each tossed in 12 points in a losing cause for the Wildcats and Nate Hardy finished with nine after sinking three 3-pointers.
COACH’S QUOTE: “In the first half, I thought we played really good defense. In the second half we struggled with free throws again and let them back into the game. Coalgate played extremely hard. It was nice to come away with the win,” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.
Record: Stonewall is 14-8; Coalgate 2-9.
Up Next: Stonewall hosts Roff on Friday.
Community Christian School 52, Stratford 41
STRATFORD 17 6 11 7 — 41
COMMUNITY 5 13 8 26 — 52
STRATFORD: Jon Golden 12, Chase Bradstreet 9, Brenton Willingham 9, Cade Savage 6, Josh Waller 4, Eli Savage 1.
COMMUNITY CHRISTIAN: Casiano 14, Baker 13, Walker 13, Abernathy 9, Bilyea 2, Bruce 1.
3-point goals: Golden 2, Bradstreet, Willingham (S). Casiano 2, Baker, Walker (CCS)
Fouled out: C. Savage (S)
NOTEWORTHY: The Stratford Bulldogs blew a 12-point first-quarter lead an eight-point advantage heading into the fourth, in falling to host Community Christian School on Tuesday in Norman. CCS attempted 26 free throws compared to Stratford’s eight and was 15-of-17 from the charity stripe in the fourth period alone with many fouls coming with Stratford trying to stop the clock. Jon Golden tossed in 12 points, including two 3-pointers, for the Bulldogs while Chase Bradstreet and Brenton Willingham added nine points apiece in a losing effort. Bradstreet and Willingham each knocked down one trey. Three players reached double figures for CCS.