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Still unbeaten Stonewall senior Brittany Gipson, shown in action earlier this season, scored 10 points Friday night as the Lady Longhorns improved to 4-0 with a 57-26 victory over Asher.

Photo by Richard R. Barron
Ada Evening News

Friday’s Games

GIRLS

At Roff

Silo 46, Roff 38

SILO    5    12    21      8  —  46

ROFF    7    13      6    12  —  38

SILO: Brittany Burns 17, Kenslie Stanley 12, Grider 9, Kara Felton 3, Brittany Duncan 2.

ROFF: NaTosha Logsdon 15, Lauren Trimmer 9, Jordan Grinstead 8, Sarah Gross 2, Casey Kelley 2, Monica Miller 2.

3-point goals: Burns 3, Grider 3 (S), Trimmer (R).

Fouled out: Logsdon, Grinstead, Trimmer (R).

NOTEWORTHY: Roff built a 20-17 halftime lead, but a 21-6 Silo run in the third quarter proved to be the difference. Brittany Burns scored 17 to lead the Lady Rebels, while NaTosha Logsdon scored 15 for the Lady Tigers, who lost their three leading scorers — Logsdon, Lauren Trimmer and Jordan Grinstead — to fouls in the fourth quarter.

Team Records: Roff 1-3

Up Next: Stringtown at Roff Tuesday.

At Wanette

Tupelo 56, Wanette 27

TUPELO    14    11    14    17  —  56

WANETTE      4      6      9      8  —  27

TUPELO: Shanna Davidson 18, Kelsey Warner 8, Tamara Thompson 8, Chesna Henry 7, Landra Nelson 7, Grace Leland 6, Haley Fowler 2.

WANETTE: Tessa Perkins 8, Tana Middleton 8, Kelsey Grimmett 5, Jana Ray 4, Dakota Brown 2.

3-point goals: Davidson 4 (T), Grimmett, Perkins (W).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Shanna Davidson had 18 points and four of Tupelo’s 12 steals, and the unbeaten Lady Tigers cruised past Wanette on the road. Kelsey Warner added eight points, four assists and four rebounds, and Tamara Thompson also scored eight points in the win. Tessa Perkins and Tana Middleton scored eight points apiece to lead Wanette.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re still a work in progress. We played good at times. We’re still coming together as a team. The girls are working really hard.” — Tupelo coach Bill Godwin.

Team Records: Tupelo 4-0.

Up Next: Calvin at Tupelo Tuesday.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 57, Asher 26

ASHER      5      9      8    4  —  26

STONEWALL    18    11    19    9  —  57

ASHER: Tristan Milburn 9, Jamee McDonald 8, Erin Casey 8, Alissa Oliphant 1.

STONEWALL: Brettney Brady 18, Brittany Gipson 10, Breann Gipson 9, Savannah Burwell 8, Kim Helms 5, Paige Curtis 2, Haley Snell 2, Cheyanne Miller 2, Bradianne Daniel 2.

3-point goals: McDonald 2, Milburn (A), Brady 3, Burwell 2 (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Brettney Brady continued her impressive early-season run, scoring 18 points and adding 10 steals, five rebound and three assists to lead to Stonewall to the easy win. Brittany Gipson had 10 points, Breann Gipson added nine points, and Bradianne Daniel — who scored just two points — managed an unsual double-double of her own with 11 rebounds and 10 assists in the win. 

COACHES QUOTE: “I thought this was the most defensive intensity we’ve had. We were sloppier with the basketball than I wanted, but I think we’re improving with every game.” — Stonewall coach Christie Jennings.

Team Records: Stonewall 4-0, Asher 0-3.

Up Next: Stonewall at Earlsboro Tuesday, Wanette at Asher Tuesday.

BOYS

At Wanette

Wanette 46, Tupelo 33

TUPELO    8    3    10    12  —  33

WANETTE    12    14    12      8  —  46

TUPELO: Jake Frazier 8, Jakota Carrell 8, Tanner Davis 6, Chat Henry 5, Jake Sanders 5, H. D. Bullard 1.

WANETTE: Bo Starks 10, Caleb Compton 10, Kelby Wood 9, Caleb Looper 7, Trever Teague 6, Carson Compson 2, Justin Hines 2.

3-point goals: Frazier, Sanders (T), Caleb Compton, Looper, Wood (W).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Bo Starks and Caleb Compton scored 10 points apiece to pace a balanced attack, and Wanette scored its first win of the season while handing Tupelo its first loss. Kelby Wood added nine points for the host Tigers, who held Tupelo to 11-for-40 shooting. Jake Frazier and Jakota Carrell had eight points apiece to lead Tupelo, which finished just 2-for-10 from beyond the arc.

COACHES QUOTE: “I was proud of the way the guys played. That was our most disciplined game, at least for one half, all year. Tupelo made a couple of good runs at us, and I was proud of our guys for holding onto the lead.” — Wanette coach Clay Dawson.

“Wanette’s got an athletic group of kids, but offensively we just couldn’t get any rhythm. Defensively we played pretty solid but offensively we just didn’t show up.” — Tupelo coach Clay Weller.

Team Records: Wanette 1-2, Tupelo 3-1.

Up Next: Wanette at Asher Tuesday, Calvin at Tupelo Tuesday.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 53, Asher 43

ASHER    5    15    9    14  —  43

STONEWALL    8    17    11    17  —  53

ASHER: Matt Palmer 12, Damian Doshier 10, Trent Boles 8, Zac Fowler 6, C. J. Sisco 5, Dalton Hockley 2.

STONEWALL: Dakota McCollum 15, David Hamilton 13, John Clemons 10, Trent Lackey 9, Dakota Gore 4, Dillon Munday 2.

3-point goals: Palmer 3, Sisco, Boles, Doshier (A), Clemons 2, Hamilton, McCollum (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Dakota McCollum scored 15 points to lead three players in double figures as Stonewall handed Asher its first loss of the season. David Hamilton had a season-high 13 points and John Clemons added 10 points for the Longhorns, who also got nine points and 11 rebounds from Trent Lackey. Matt Palmer had 12 points and Damian Doshier added 10 for the Indians.

COACHES QUOTE: “Defensively that was our best effort of the year. If we can cut our turnovers down, I think we have a chance to be pretty good by the end of the year.” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Team Records: Stonewall 2-2, Asher 2-1.

Up Next: Stonewall at Earlsboro Tuesday.

At Roff

Silo 72, Roff 48

SILO    14    23    20    15  —  72

ROFF    7    4    22    15  —  48

SILO: Trey Johnson 33, Jerad Sterling 13, Shawn Hendricks 10, Tristen Mantzke 3, Taylor Roy 3, Sandler 2, Hayes 2, Garrett Childress 2.

ROFF: Brendon Barr 31, Tim Wallen 5, Chance Tolliver 4, Jeremy Grinstead 3, Scott Muntz 3, Shane Wise 2.

3-point goals: Johnson 5, Roy (S), Barr 4, Wallen, Grinstead (R).

Fouled Out: Tolliver (R).

NOTEWORTHY: Silo (No. 18 in Class 2A) built a 37-11 halftime lead and cruised to the road victory behind 33 points from Trey Johnson. Senior forward Brendon Barr — who scored 37 points in a loss at Varnum Tuesday — had another huge game in defeat with 31 points and 13 rebounds, but no other Roff player scored more than five points.

Team Records: Roff 1-3.

Up Next: Stringtown at Roff Tuesday.

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AREA SCHEDULE

Tuesday, Nov. 16

Wanette at Asher

Calvin at Tupelo

Latta at Dale

Stringtown at Roff

Stonewall at Earlsboro

New Lima at Vanoss

Thursday, Nov. 18

Mill Creek at Springer

Friday, Nov. 19

Tupelo at Asher

Calvin at Wanette

Roff at Latta

Vanoss at Stonewall

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