Thursday’s Games

BOYS

At Weleetka

Weleetka 46, Allen 29

ALLEN      5    10    10      4  —  29

WELEETKA    16    12      8    10  —  46

ALLEN: Grant Rowsey 10, Brady Caldwell 5, Brett Edens 4, Conner Johnson 4, Lane Mills 2, Luke Mullicane 2, Chance Allred 2.

WELEETKA: Jeremiah Winnie 15, Caleb Smith 13, Shawn Bencoma 7, Caleb Whitman 5, T-Ray Lucas 4, Montanna Gormey 2.

3-point goals: Johnson (A); Smith 3, Bencoma (W).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Allen struggled offensively, falling behind 16-5 early and never recovered in its first road game of the year. The cold-shooting Mustangs also missed 12 free throws. Grant Rowsey was the player to hit double digits for Allen with 10 points. Post players Jeremiah Winnie and Caleb Smith scored 15 and 13 points, respectively to lead the Outlaws.

COACHES QUOTE: “We didn’t shoot the ball very well at all. We weren’t consistent shooting it. We just didn’t have a very good night,” — Allen head coach Greg Mills.

Team Record: Allen 1-1.

Up Next: Asher at Allen tonight.

GIRLS

At Weleetka

Allen 53, Weleetka 27

ALLEN    7    17    15    14  —  53

WELEETKA    4      7      6    10  —  27

ALLEN: Beyla Skelton 14, Amber Coody 12, Aussie Riddle 6, Carley Collard 5, Brandie Horton 5, Erin Warren 3, Chelsea Coody 2, Marissa Prentice 2, Jordyn Mills 2, Tashina Thompson 1, Jocee Bailey 1.

WELEETKA: Lexi Posey 8, Lindsay Williams 6, Shilah Lane 5, Kylee Williamson 4, Katie Dye 1, Mary Tiger 1, Autumn Creason 1, Alexis Lowry 1.

3-point goals: Warren, Horton, Collard, A. Coody (A); Lane (W).

Fouled out: Lowry (W).

Team Record: Allen 2-0.

NOTEWORTHY: Allen got out of the blocks slowly, but outscored host Weleetka 32-13 over the middle two quarters to take control. Beyla Skelton scored 14 and Amber Coody followed with 12 to lead the Allen attack. The Lady Mustangs made 11-of-14 free throws in the contest.

COACHES QUOTE: “The first half we kind of struggled. They did a good job defensiely, and we struggled shooting the ball a little bit. But Amber and Beyla did a good job in the lane, and we made our free throws,” — Allen head coach Jeremy Strong.

Team Record: Allen 2-0.

Up Next: Asher at Allen tonight.

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