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January 31, 2013

Local Basketball Capsules & Boxscores

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Tuesday’s Games

BOYS

At Durant

Ada 46, Durant 44

ADA 15   7 10 14  —  46

DURANT 8 11   9 16  —  44

ADA: David Forbes 6-9, 0-0, 13; Easton Pingleton 4-11, 2-6, 10; John Stout 3-9, 2-6, 8; Walker Whitworth 2-8, 1-2, 7; Cory Kilby 2-6, 2-4, 6; D’Angelo Dunn 1-3, 0-2, 2. Totals: 18-46, 7-20, 46.

DURANT: Zac Cater 6-12, 0-3, 14; Will Engle 5-12, 1-2, 12; Cole Hughes 5-12, 1-1, 12; Skye Lowe 1-2, 2-2, 4; Derek Penz 1-1, 0-0, 2. Totals: 18-51, 4-8, 44.

Turnovers: Ada 7, Durant 8.

Steals: Ada 4, Durant 3.

Rebounds: Ada 42 (Forbes 12, Kilby 9, Stout 8); Durant 33 (Hughes 6, Cater 6).

3-point goals: Ada 3-15 (Whitworth 2-8, Forbes 1-2); Durant 4-19 (Cater 2-2, Hughes 1-5, Wengle 1-4).

Fouled out: Cater (D).

 

At Dibble

Stratford 65, Dibble 37

STRATFORD 17 17 18 13  —  65

DIBBLE   7   6 14 10  —  37

STRATFORD: Chris Kozak 20, Randy Brown 18, Trey Helm 6, Dakota Noland 6, Jon Golden 4, Chase Bradstreet 3, Brenton Willingham 3, Kyle Wright 3, Josh Waller 1, Avry Wood 1.

DIBBLE: Danielson 10, Sumner 10, Cook 8, James 4, Sturgell 3, Hayes 2.

3-point goals: Kozak 4, Brown 3, Willinham 1 (S). Cook 2, Sturgell 1 (D).

Fouled Out: Helm (S)

NOTEWORTHY: Chris Kozak sank four 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 20 points and Randy Brown converted on three treys and finished with 18 points for the victorious Bulldogs, Stratford led 17-7 after one quarter and was up by a 34-13 margin at halftime as five of the Bulldog 3-pointers occurred before the break. It was 52-27 heading into the fourth period.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We came out played good aggressive defense and hit five 3’s in the first half, which got us going. We came out and took care of business early. Chris and Randy really shot the ball well,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Team Records: Stratford is 13-5; Dibble 12-7,

Up Next: Stratford hosts Wayne for homecoming on Friday (the boys game will be played first with the girls to follow).

 

At Coalgate

Stonewall 35, Coalgate 30 (OT)

STONEWALL   9 7 5 7 7 — 35

COALGATE 11 3 6 8 2 — 30

STONEWALL: Marcus Sandy 14, Dakota Morgan 7, Dakota Gore 6, Rowdy Rodriguez 3, Tanner Dees 3, Austin Berry 2.

COALGATE: C.J. McClain 16, Jaydin Riley 3, Mason Jim 3, Nate Hardy 3, Dakota Powell 3, C.J. Bills 2.

3-point goals: Sandy 2, Morgan 1, Rodriguez 1 (S). McClain 3, Riley 1, Hardy 1, Powell 1 (C)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: The Longhorns, keyed by a few big defensive plays, outscored the Wildcats 7-2 in overtime after the two teams were deadlocked at 28 at the end of regulation. Coalgate’s C.J. Powell hit a shot with five seconds to go, sending the game to OT. But two key defensive plays by Dakota Gore enabled Stonewall to pull away. Gore stole the ball, fed Tanner Dees for a layup and Dees drew the foul which led to an old-fashioned 3-point play. Gore had another steal in the extra session and converted the layup. Marcus Sandy, behind two 3-pointers, finished with 14 points to lead the Longhorns. Dakota Morgan, with one trey, finished with seven points and Gore ended up with six points. C.J. McClain scored a game-high 16 points, including three 3-pointers, for Coalgate.

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