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February 6, 2014

Tuesday's Girls Basketball Capsules & Boxscores


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Ada — Tuesday's Games

GIRLS

At Calera

Calera 67, Stonewall 61 (OT)

STONEWALL 18 12 14 14 3 — 61

CALERA 9 18 18 13 9 — 67

STONEWALL: Justice Dees 15, Shania Bills 12, Alexis Lambert 11, Taylor Barrett 10, Mackenzie Davis 8, Tana Davis 3, Sarah Monday 2.

CALERA: Taylor Pickett 30, Maddie Partain 11, Madi Robinson 8, Kaylee Ervin 8, Raylee Rogers 6, Alli Jackson 4.

3-point goals: Barrett 2, Bills (S). Pickett 2, Robinson (CC)

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall was outscored by a 9-3 margin in overtime as the Lady Longhorns dropped a 67-61 decision to Calera on Tuesday night. Taylor Pickett poured in a game-leading 30 points, including a pair of treys, to fuel the winners, and Maddie Partain followed with 11. Justice Dees fueled Stonewall with 15 points, as she also grabbed seven rebounds and had two assists. Shania Bills followed with 12 points, including one 3-pointer, and a pair of steals, and Alexis Lambert registered a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Taylor Barrett finished with 10 points, including a pair of treys, in a losing cause. The two teams were deadlocked at 58 at the end of regulation. The Lady Longhorns doubled up Calera in the first quarter by an 18-9 count. Stonewall had a 30-27 edge at halftime but trailed 45-44 entering the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We had our chances. We let that one slip away.  Getting beat on the boards and 52 percent shooting from the foul line tends to let them slip away,”  — Stonewall head coach Brian Davis.

Team Records: Stonewall 13-11; Calera 16-6.

Up Next: Stonewall at Allen on Friday.

 

At Macomb

Asher 49, Macomb 25

ASHER 13 17 10 9  —  49

MACOMB 10   3 3 9  —  25

ASHER: Tarin Dubler 22, Chelsy Bottom 8, Tristan Milburn 7, Shelby Fleming 7, Sarah Wauahdooah 2, Haley Odell 2, Sabrina Frankovich 1.

MACOMB: Kelsea Hasbell 6, Destiny Redman 5, Shania Pace 5, Aleah Sumlin 3, Tori Annanders 2, Kailin Gregg 2, Kayle Williams 2.

3-point goals: Dubler 4 (A). Hasbell 2, Redman, Pace, Sumlin (M)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Tarin Dubler drilled four 3-pointers and finished with 22 points as Asher earned a 49-25 win at Macomb on Tuesday night. Chelsy Bottom followed with eight points while Tristan Milburn and Shelby Fleming chipped in seven apiece. The Lady Indians, who held a slim 13-10 lead after one quarter, blew the game open with a 17-3 second quarter to lead 30-13 at halftime. Asher increased its lead with a 10-3 spurt in the third to hold a 40-16 advantage heading into the fourth period.

Team Records: Asher 18-5; Macomb 8-10.

Up Next: Asher at Roff on Friday.

 

At Wynnewood

Stratford 52, Wynnewood 42

STRATFORD 10 17 12 13  —  52

WYNNEWOOD 15 11 7   9  —  42

STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 18, Vanessa Cothren 10, Leah Parker 9. Kathryne Alberson 9, Cheyenne Hickman 4, Kara Davis 2.

WYNNEWOOD: Tashyn Burrough 12, Mae Rushing 9, Justyce Carter 8, Kennedie Ray 8, Ivonna Gary 3, Maisie Anderson 2.

3-point goals: Rushing 2, Gary (W)

Fouled out: Burrough (W)

NOTEWORTHY: Cheyenne Weast fired in 18 points and Vanessa Cothren contributed 10 as Stratford knocked off Wynnewood, 52-42, on Tuesday. Contributing to the attack for the victorious Lady Bulldogs were Leah Parker and Kathryne Alberson with nine points each. Tashyra Burrough led Wynnewood with 12 points before fouling out. Stratford overcame a 15-10 deficit after one quarter and moved on to a 27-26 halftime lead. The Lady Bulldogs went on to outscore the Lady Savages, 25-16, in the final two quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “I thought we played well and shot 70 percent from the free-throw line. We came back, after missing school on Monday, and played well against a good basketball team,” — Stratford head coach Jason Fulks.

Team Records: Stratford 11-7; Wynnewood 7-10.

Up Next: Schedule change has Stratford at Paoli tonight. Stratford vs. Velma-Alma on Saturday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center.

 

At Lexington

Vanoss 36, Lexington 31

VANOSS 14   9 5 8  —  36

LEXINGTON   6 11 11 3  —  31

VANOSS: Toni Prince 15, Taylor Smith 11, Kalli Mowdy 5, Crystal Frederick 3, Caylin Ballard 2.

LEXINGTON: Karena Xargs 11, Beth Sullivan 8, Rachel Beason 6, Jacie Jones 6.

3-point goals: Smith 2, Frederick, Mowdy (V). Xargs 3, Jones 2 (L)

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Toni Prince popped in 15 points and Taylor Smith added 11 as the Vanoss Lady Wolves outlasted Lexington, 36-31, on Tuesday. Smith sank a pair of 3-point shots in the game while teammates Kalli Mowdy and Crystal Frederick hit one apiece. Vanoss jumped out to a 14-6 advantage after one quarter and settled for a 23-17 halftime lead. Lexington rallied to tie at 28 through three periods. But the Lady Wolves outscored the hosts, 8-3, in the fourth to capture the win.

COACH’S QUOTE: “I was proud of the intensity we started the game with on the road. We shot the ball well early and were able to rely on our defense to get the win. We needed some stops down the stretch and were able to get them, unlike a few close games we have let slip away this year,” — Vanoss head coach Dillon Snow.

Team Records: Vanoss 8-14; Lexington 6-12.

Up Next: Vanoss hosts Elmore City on Saturday.

 

At Holdenville

Holdenville 48, Byng 33

BYNG 5   3 13 12  —  33

HOLDENVILLE 6 12 22   8  —  48

BYNG: Alexis Hill 18, Briuanna Delozier 7, Asya Tims 3, McKenzie Hudson 2, Tatum Hill 2, Sheyanne Grove 1.

HOLDENVILLE: Liz Davis 14, Abby McElroy 13, Kaitlyn Hodges 10, Ashley Wilbiorn 6, Hayli Frederick 5.

3-point goals: NA

Fouled out: T. Hill (B).

NOTEWORTHY: Host Holdenville outscored Byng 34-16 over the middle two quarters to pull away for the victory. The Lady Wolverines led 18-8 at halftime before outscoring Byng 22-13 in the third period. Alexis Hill scored a game-high 18 points in defeat for the Lady Pirates. Liz Davis finished with 14 to pace Holdenville, while Abby McElroy was right behind with 13. 

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was not our best showing. We shot (the ball) poorly and didn’t defend well in the third quarter. We will go practice and get better,” — Byng head coach Matt Fike.

Team Records: Holdenville 8-8; Byng 10-9.

Up Next: Colbert at Byng Friday.

 

At Latta

Latta 61, Konawa 16

KONAWA   1   4   9   2  —  16

LATTA 14 11 24 12  —  61

KONAWA: Danielle Khoury 2-4, 1-2, 5; Kamry Walker 2-6, 1-2, 5; Raegan Scott 1-6, 0-0, 2; Brooke Snow 0-0, 2-4, 2; Kathryn Gaines 1-2, 0-0, 2. Totals: 6-29, 4-8, 16.

LATTA: Nelania Baker 8-15, 1-1, 17; Krisha Young 5-11, 0-0, 13; Shelbey Parnacher 4-6, 0-0, 11; Sydney Brinlee 2-7, 0-0, 4; Laramie Edens 2-3, 0-1, 4; Diamond Hill 1-3, 0-0, 3; Maebree Abney 1-1, 0-0, 3; Taryn Wood 1-2, 0-0, 2; Maria Priest 1-6, 0-0, 2; Tori Pogue 1-1, 0-0, 2.  Totals: 26-66, 1-2, 61.

Turnovers: Konawa 30, Latta 10.

Steals: Konawa 3, Latta 16 (Young 4).

Rebounds: Konawa 33 (Dominque Lyon 4, Brittany West 4); Latta 35 (Young 6, Priest 6).

3-point goals: Konawa 0-1; Latta 8-21 (Parnacher 3-4, Young 3-8, Abney 1-1, Hill 1-2).

Fouled out: None.