Friday’s Games

GIRLS

At Wynnewood Invitational Tournament

Loser’s Bracket

Vanoss 54, Ardmore JV 13

VANOSS...........................................13 12 19 10 — 54

ARDMORE JV....................................0 5 6 2 — 13

VANOSS: Jessica Welch 12, Stephanie Burke 8, Alyson Tuley 8, Delia Henley 7, Ayla McCoy 6, Loren Drake 4, Skie Hawkins 2, Logan Anderson 2, Ashlee Strawn 2, Whitley Sutton 2, Nikki Hawley 1.

ARDMORE: Shelby Dodd 4, Diamond Fields 3, Lashyra Johnson 2, Jordan Herbert 2, Delicia Stephenson 2.

3-point goals: Welch 2 (V).

Fouled Out: Johnson(A).

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Wolves jumped out to a 13-0 first-quarter lead and never looked back in a lopsided victory of the Ardmore Junior Varsity squad. Jessica Welch led Vanoss with 12 points as head coach Gary Self’s team has 11 different players in the scoring column.

COACHES QUOTE: “We have to find a way to transfer our practices into game situations. We are depending on a lot of freshmen and sophomores and we’re playing a tough schedule.” — Vanoss coach Gary Self.

Records: Vanoss 5-8.

Next: Vanoss played Marietta JV Saturday for the consolation championship.



At Wayne Tournament

Semifinals

Lexington 52, Konawa 43

LEXINGTON..............................................14 10 13 15 — 52

KONAWA.....................................................5 9 14 15 — 43

LEXINGTON: Douglas 13, Foote 13, McAnally 8, Ford 6, Effinger 6, Taylor 4, Pratt 2.

KONAWA : Kelsey Howard 17, Jacklyn Nail 9, Rachael Cole 6, Daphne Grant 4, Hillary Kuestersteffen 3, Lindsey Keene 2, Rehea Grant 2.

3-point goals: McAnally 2 (L), Keene (K).

Fouled Out: Keene (K).

NOTEWORTHY: Konawa’s Kelsey Howard scored a game-high 17 points but it wasn’t enough as the Lady Tigers fell 52-43 in Friday’s semifinals. Lexington built up a 14-5 first-quarter bulge and Konawa couldn’t claw its way back. Jacklyn Nail just missed double digits with nine points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We didn’t play very well, obviously. We didn’t execute very well or coach very well.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Vanoss 6-4.

Next: Konawa played Wayne in the third-place game Saturday.



At Atoka

Coalgate 60, Atoka 39

COALGATE ............................................14 15 18 13 — 60

ATOKA ....................................................15 7 6 11 — 39

COALGATE: Mallory Walker 24, Lauren Sandman 8, Teran Mixon 8, Jamaica Pebworth 7, Shelby Austin 4, Josie Soukup 4, Jordan Helton 3, Megan Simms 2.

ATOKA: Moore 14, Leflore 9, Crawford 5, Pfaff 4, Humphrey 3, Carr 2, Tree 2.

3-point goals: Crawford (A), Mixon 2, Pebworth, Helton (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Mallory Walker had another big game for Coalgate with 24 points and 12 rebounds despite playing sparingly in the fourth quarter, and Teran Mixon had six assists and five rebounds to go with eight points as the seventh-ranked Lady Wildcats hit 15-of-22 field goals in the second half to remain undefeated. Coalgate hit 26-of-44 from the field (59 percent) for the game.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’ve played pretty well the last two games. I wasn’t really happy with our first quarter, but we came out and shot the ball well in the second half. Mallory Walker just took over in the second half.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 11-0.

Next Up: Caddo at Coalgate Tuesday.



At Roff

Roff 51, Calvin 44

CALVIN .........................................................15 6 10 13 — 44

ROFF ............................................................14 15 4 18 — 51

CALVIN: Sierra Barnhart 20, Emily Hassler 12, Holly Caldwell 10, Heather Jones 1, Jessica Troup 1.

ROFF: Kayla Balthrop 23, Jessica Bacon 8, Skylar Logan 4, Jennifer Gordy 4, Megan Odom 3, C. J. Horton 3, McKenzie Phillips 2, Stacy Ensey 2, Kaitlyn Peak 2.

3-point goals: Barnhart 2 (C).

Fouled Out: Phillips (R).

NOTEWORTHY: Kayla Balthrop scored a season-high 23 points to lead Roff to the victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “This is the first time all year that we’ve had nine kids who scored in a game. That’s big for us heading down the stretch. Kayla just attacked the goal more and made things happen.” — Roff coach Scott Morgan.

Records: Roff 5-7.

Next Up: Mill Creek at Roff Monday, Maud at Calvin Tuesday.



At Lindsay Leopard Shootout

Velma-Alma 51, Latta 49

LATTA ......................................................17 11 11 10 — 49

VELMA .....................................................13 11 17 10 — 51

LATTA: Chelsey Bennett 17, Skyler Jenson 12, Beth Nevland 10, Charissa Smith 6, Tosha MacCollister 4.

VELMA: Jennifer Harden 22, Pruitt 11, Cogswell 7, Hayes 5, Sutherland 5, Sutton 1.

3-point goals: Cogswell, Sutherland (V), Bennett 2 (L).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Velma-Alma’s Jennifer Harden scored 22 points and hit a layup with two seconds left to beat 18th-ranked Latta. Latta shot only seven free throws to 27 for Velma-Alma. Senior Chelsey Bennett and freshman Skyler Jenson were again in double figures for the Lady Panthers (the 14th time in 14 games at least one has been in double figures and the 11th straight game for Jenson.

Records: Latta 9-5.

Next Up: Latta at Atoka Tuesday.



BOYS

At Wanette

Allen 63, Wanette 29

ALLEN.......................................................22 20 18 3 — 63

WANETTE ..................................................3 10 3 13 — 29

ALLEN: Chris Thyne 15, Brandon Postoak 12, Preston Frazier 10, Derek Ross 8, Riley Vivier 7, Corby King 6, Bubba Stephens 3, Curtis Baldinger 2.

WANETTE: Justin Arthur 7, Aaron Muskett 7, Nick Underwood 6, Colt Looper 4, Alan Lamb 2, Tyler McDonald 1, Justin Fink 1, Josh Overvig 1.

3-point goals: Postoak 2, Ross 2, Thyne, Stephens (A); Arthur (W).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Mustangs built up a 42-13 lead at intermission and rolled to their seventh victory of the year. Chris Thyne, Brandon Postoak and Preston Frazier all reached double-digits for Allen, while Derek Ross finished with eight. Postoak and Ross connected on a couple of 3-pointers for head coach Monte Johnson’s squad.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re starting to play better. Everybody got some playing time against Wanette, and it’s always nice to give your young players an opportunity to gain some experience. We host Konawa Tuesday night and I expect a battle.” — Allen coach Monte Johnson.

Records: Allen 7-4.



At Roff

Roff 66, Calvin 28

CALVIN..........................................................2 11 8 7 — 28

ROFF.............................................................11 13 17 25 — 66

CALVIN: Daniel Harris 21, Neal Hassler 7, Lewis Johnson 3, Jarred Turner 2.

ROFF: C.J. Stewart 26, Jason Trimmer 14, Patrick Blevins 10, Jessey Thompson 7, Atlee Kile 5, Shannon Underwood 4.

3-point goals: Hassler, Johnson (C); Stewart 6, Trimmer 4, Blevins 2, Thompson (R).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Roff’s C.J. Stewart led all scorers with 26 points, including six 3-pointers as the undefeated Tigers cruised to their 12th consecutive victory despite playing without all-state candidate Dearth Parker. Jason Trimmer and Patrick Blevins also reached double figures as Roff connected on 13-of-26 attempts from beyond the arc. Daniel Harris led Calvin with 21.

COACHES QUOTE: “We got a chance to play everyone. Our kids shot the ball extremely well from the outside and from the free-throw line, going 9-11. We’re just trying to get better.” — Roff coach Darrick Farriell.

Records: Roff 12-0.

Next: Mill Creek at Roff Monday.



At Wayne Tournament

Semifinals

Konawa 78, Maysville 39

KONAWA................................................21 19 22 16 — 78

MAYSVILLE .............................................9 15 11 4 — 39

KONAWA: Lee Mullins 20, Tyler Henshall 18, Andrew Barnard 7, Jordan Marsh 7, Ethan Johnson 6, Reed Huckleberry 5, Skyland Tanyan 5, Lee Stoup 3, Cordell Tebe 3, Ronnie Osborn 2, Dillon Snow 2.

MAYSVILLE: Sprayberry 12, Stewart 11, Davis 5, Blish 5, Gibson 4, Webb 2.

3-point goals: Henshall 3, Tanyan, Stoup, Bernard, Marsh, Tebe (K), Sprayberry 2 (M).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Tigers put this one out of reach with a 21-9 first-quarter run and coasted into the championship finals. Lee Mullins led the way with 20 points, while Tyler Henshall was close behind with 18.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played extremely well. We shot the ball well, especially Lee (Mullins) and Tyler (Henshall). Andrew (Barnard) scored seven points in the opening quarter but got into foul trouble.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Konawa 6-4.

Next: Konawa played Community Christian in the title game Saturday night.



At Lindsay Leopard Shootout

Velma-Alma 51, Latta 44

LATTA......... ................................................7 19 7 11 — 44

VELMA............... .........................................7 14 12 18 — 51

LATTA: Trevan Jimboy 21, Kolbie Brown 10, Jeremi Correll 10, Isaac Vandever 2, Chris Luttrell 1.

VELMA: Adam Pogue 15, Kyle Palacol 11, Kyle Dulworth 8, Trey Eason 7, Miles Upshaw 6, Josh Johnson 2, Lee Cain 2.

3-point goals: Jimboy 4, Brown (L); Dulworth 2, Pogue (V).

Fouled Out: Vandever (L), Pogue (V).

NOTEWORTHY: Point guard Trevan Jimboy scored 21 points, but Latta center Isaac Vandever had a season-low point total for the second straight day as the 10th-ranked Panthers — a narrow winner in the first round — lost their semifinal showdown with 16th-ranked Velma-Alma.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re just not playing very good right now.” — Latta coach Donnie Husband.

Records: Latta 10-4.

Next Up: Latta at Atoka Tuesday.



At Asher

Stonewall 78, Asher 43

STONEWALL......................................20 23 21 14 — 78

ASHER .................................................6 9 13 15 — 43

STONEWALL: Brian Monroe 14, Bronson Gore 12, Bo Scribner 11, Devon Wood 6, J. P. Maples 6, Jake Williams 6, Malcolm Casey 5, Jared Pharr 4, Wendell Taylor 4, Jake Munday 2, Jonathan Daniels 2, Jeremiah Kelly 2.

ASHER: James Linn 15, Jacob Cole 9, Billy Murray 7, Dakota Price 6, Ethan Esmond 6.

3-point goals: Williams 2, Casey (S), Esmond 2, Cole (A).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall returned from the holiday break with an easy win over Asher, as 12 Stonewall players scored and three were in double figures, led by guard Brian Monroe.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was good to get a win after the break. We weren’t too rusty and everybody got some playing time,” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Records: Stonewall 9-7.

Next Up: Asher at Springer Tuesday, Olney at Stonewall Friday.



At Longhorn Invitational

Stratford 57, OKC Knights 48

KNIGHTS ...................................................8 7 10 23 — 48

STRATFORD ...........................................13 16 18 10 — 57

OKC: James Tunnel 13, Richard Kemmerly 11, Tanner Bergman 8, Cole Meeks 5, Adam Coury 5, Chris Williams 2, Drew Hymer 2, Alex White 2.

STRATFORD: Garan Qualls 24, David Stoliby 10, T. J. Gaines 6, Jeremy Lavorchek 5, Brian Carter 4, Jessy Cofia 4, Greg Ayers 4.

3-point goals: Meeks, Coury (O), Qualls 5 (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Stratford built a 26-point third-quarter lead and coasted to its seventh straight victory behind Garan Qualls’ 24 points. Jeremy Lavorchek had 13 rebounds and David Stoliby added 10 for the Bulldogs (8-1) in the victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “The Knights had a lot of size, and it bothered us offensively, but we played about as well defensively as we’ve played all season,” Stratford coach Mark Qualls.

Records: Stratford 8-1.

Next Up: Dibble at Stratford Tuesday.



At Atoka

Atoka 71, Coalgate 65

COALGATE ..........................................13 10 26 16 — 65

ATOKA .................................................16 19 23 13 — 71

COALGATE: Daniel Stingley 23, Shawn Linton 15, Steve DeLay 10, Chiefton Camp 9, Tyler Ennis 8.

ATOKA: Ashton Harrison 29, Xavier Harrison 12, Brooks 12, Nichols 11, Florence 4, Hopkins 3.

3-point goals: Camp 3, DeLay 2, Stingley 2, Linton 2 (C), Nichols 3, A. Harrison 2 (A).

Fouled Out: Linton (C).

NOTEWORTHY: Coalgate trailed by 12 points at halftime but tied the game at 63-all with about three minutes to play before Atoka drew off late. Daniel Stingley continued his hot scoring pace with 23 points, and Ashton Harrison — the state’s leading scorer last season — had 29 points, including 20 after intermission.

COACHES QUOTE: “We made a big run and just ran out of gas. They just out-athleted us,” — Coalgate coach Jack Wood.

Records: Coalgate 7-4.

Next Up: Caddo at Coalgate Tuesday.



At Milburn

Mill Creek 91, Milburn 41

MILL CREEK...........................................28 26 25 12 — 91

MILBURN ................................................15 10 11 5 — 41

MILL CREEK: Toby Blevins 24, Josh Courtney 22, Bud Beratto 11, Brandon Stephens 11, Nikki Walker 9, Brian Gordon 4, Stephen McCracken 3, Brice Bryan 3, Brice Beratto 2, Kenny Haymes 2.

MILBURN: Watts 20, Scribner 7, Rodriguez 4, Kirk 4, James 4, Reagan 2.

3-point goals: Blevins 4, Bryan, Courtney, Walker (MC), Watts 2 (M).

Fouled Out: McCracken (MC).

NOTEWORTHY: Freshman Toby Blevins and senior Josh Courtney had career nights for Mill Creek, combining for 46 points in the rout of conference rival Milburn. Bud Beratto had 10 rebounds to go with his 11 points, Courtney and Blevins added nine and rebounds, respectively, and Nikki Walker had seven assists in the victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “Our defense was really good. Everybody played well. We pushed the ball and got up and down the floor. We’re looking forward to going to Roff Monday night,” — Mill Creek coach Kent Vernon.

Records: Mill Creek 11-3.

Next Up: Mill Creek at Roff Monday.