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December 4, 2013

Monday's Girls & Boys Basketball Capsules

Ada — Monday’s Games

GIRLS

Pontotoc Conference Tournament

At Calvin

First Round

Asher 68, Wanette 9

WANETTE   2   0   4   3  —    9

ASHER 26 17 15 10  —  68

WANETTE: Kylie Austin 3, Brooke Benson 2, Destanye Knighten 2, Taylor Henson 2.

ASHER: Tarin Dubler 22, Shelby Fleming 12, Sabrina Frankovich 9, Tristan Milburn 7, Sarah Wauahdooah 5, Desaray Goodgion 5, Haley Odell 4, Chelsy Bottom 3.

3-point goals: Austin (W). Dubler 2, Milburn (A).

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Freshman Tarin Dubler tossed in 22 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, as Asher rolled to a 68-9 first-round victory over Wanette in the first round of the Pontotoc Conference Tournament. Sophomore Shelby Fleming added 12 points, sophomore Sabrina Frankovich followed with nine and senior Tristan Milburn chipped in seven, including one trey. The Lady Indians jumped out to a 26-2 advantage after one quarter and cruised from there.

Team Record: Asher is 5-1.

Up Next: Asher vs. Stonewall/Allen winner at 7 p.m. Thursday in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Calvin.

 

First Round

Roff 52, Tupelo 29

ROFF 10 21 10 11  —  52

TUPELO   4   3   9 13  —  29

ROFF: Lauren Trimmer 18, Jesse Scott 9, Breecia Crawford 9, Jalee Hood 9, Amy Crawford 5, Darcy Bowerman 2.

TUPELO: Brittany Sanders 9, Kaitlyn Watson 5, Phylisha Chamberlain 4, Kurston Chamberlain 4, Shyla Jackson 4, Keara Bourland 2, Amber Cosar 1.

3-point goals: Trimmer (R); Sanders 3 (T).

Fouled out: K. Chamberlain (T).

NOTEWORTHY: Senior Lauren Trimmer poured in a game-leading 18 points as Roff routed Tupelo, 52-29, Monday in the first round of the Pontotoc Conference Tournament. Three other Roff players – freshman Jesse Scott, junior Breecia Crawford and sophomore Jalee Hood – tossed in nine points apiece for the winners. Junior Brittany Sanders paced Tupelo with nine points. After leading 10-4 after one quarter, Roff outscored Tupelo by a 21-3 margin in the second quarter in coasting to a 31-7 halftime cushion.

Team Record: Roff 5-2.

Up Next: Roff vs. Vanoss-Calvin winner at 4 p.m. Thursday in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Calvin. Tupelo vs. Vanoss-Calvin loser at 7 p.m. Wednesday in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Calvin.

 

BOYS

Pontotoc Conference Tournament

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