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January 27, 2014

Friday's girls and boys basketball capsules

Ada — BOYS

Friday, Jan. 24

STAR Tournament at Konawa


Konawa 63, Stonewall 39

STONEWALL      8    14      4    13  —  39

KONAWA    16    12    13    22  —  63

STONEWALL: Chase Finley 14, Gage Burns 8, Dakota Morgan 4, Tanner Dees 4, Rowdy Rodriguez 3, Tyler Campise 3, Austin Berry 3.

KONAWA: Zach Snow 26, Branden Davis 9, Silas Larney 7, Haydoekeyo Tsosie 7, Caynaan Garner 6, Kix Walker 3, Chance Yellowfish 2, Jarod Phillips 2, Blake Schur 1.

3-point goals: Burns 2, Rodriguez, Tyler  Campise, Berry (S). Snow 3, Davis, Larney, Tsosie, Garner, Walker (K)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Zach Snow poured in 26 points, nailed three 3-pointers and finished with eight rebounds as Konawa hammered Stonewall, 63-39, on Friday night in the semifinals of the STAR Tournament at Konawa High School. Branden Davis connected for one trey, finished with nine points and also snatched eight boards for the victorious Tigers. Silas Larney and Haydoekeyo Tsosie followed with seven points each. Tsosie also recorded three steals. Chance Yellowfish handed out six assists to go with his two points. Chase Finley topped the Longhorns with 14 points and Gage Burns finished with eight points, including a pair of 3-pointers. Konawa doubled up Stonewall by a 16-8 count in the first quarter and settled for a 28-22 halftime lead. The Tigers then went on a 13-4 run in the third and a 22-13 spurt in the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Stonewall played well. In the third quarter, we played with a lot of intensity. I’m proud of the way we came out after halftime,” — Konawa head coach Gordon Garner.

Record: Konawa is 7-5.

STAR Tournament at Konawa


Roff 47, Varnum 46

ROFF    8    10    19    10  —  47

VARNUM    4    20    10    12  —  46

ROFF: Dalton Madden 16, Cade Carpenter 16, Zach Lewis 13, Mike Anderson 2.

VARNUM: Tyler Miller 21, Logan Seeley 18, Trevor Smith 6, Chebon Wind 1.

3-point goals: Madden 2, Lewis 2 (R). Seeley 4, Miller 2, Smith 2

Fouled out: Carpenter (R)

NOTEWORTHY: Dalton Madden and Cade Carpenter each tossed in 16 points and Madden hit a game-winning free throw in the final second as Roff outlasted Varnum, 47-46, on Friday in the semifinals of the STAR Tournament at Konawa High School. Madden, who connected for two 3-pointers in the game, was fouled on a 3-point try with 0.6 seconds to go. Madden missed his first two attempts but converted the third for the win. Zach Lewis added 13 points, including a pair of treys for the victorious Tigers. Tyler Miller fired in 21 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, for the Whippets and Logan Seeley added 18 points on four treys. Roff trailed 24-18 at the half but went on a 19-10 run in the third to gain a 37-34 lead going into the fourth.

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