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February 6, 2014

Tuesday's Girls Basketball Capsules & Boxscores


Ada —

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.

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