Friday’s Games

BOYS

At Stratford

Vanoss 61, Stratford 42

VANOSS 12 10 16 23 — 61

STRATFORD 5 17 9 11 — 42

VANOSS: Zac Scoggin 20, Casey Henry 13, Seth Wulfert 10, Kendal Curtis 8, Dexter Priest 6, Dakota Bolin 4.

STRATFORD: Dalen Qualls 18, Underwood 6, Adam Vanlandingham 5, Michael Jolly 4, Clay Rindal 4, Tommy Lawson 3, Nick Gibson 1, Dakota Russell 1.

3-point goals: Henry, Woffert (V); Qualls, Lawson, Underwood 2 (S).

Fouled out: Curtis (V).

NOTEWORTHY: After Stratford had used a big second quarter to knot the score at 22-22 at the break, Vanoss took complete control in the second half, outscoring the rival Bulldogs 39-20 over the final two periods to pull away for the big road victory. Zac Scoggin led all scorers with 20 points while Casey Henry followed with 13. Seth Wulfert also reached double digits with 10 points and was credited with just one turnover in the contest. SHS freshman Dalen Qualls scored 18 points and added 11 rebounds, five steals and five assists in defeat.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played well for four quarters. To go into that gym with that excitement and in that atmosphere and come out with a win was good for us. I was very, very proud of our kids. Casey Henry and Dexter Priest did an excellent job of guarding Qualls because that kid is a real good player,” — Vanoss head coach Jason Fulks.

“Dalen really played a good game. He had a man in his face baseline to baseline. We’re basically just going to have some other guys step up and hit some open shots. It’s early and we’re young and we’re just going to have to get better.” — Stratford coach Mark Qualls.

Team Record: Vanoss 2-5, Stratford 0-2.

Up Next: Vanoss vs. Allen Tuesday, 9 p.m. at Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Tupelo; Stratford vs. Fox, 6 p.m. Monday at Big 8 Conference Tournament at Dibble.



At Stonewall

Stonewall 57, Wanette 48

WANETTE 7 15 14 12 — 48

STONEWALL 13 15 11 18 — 57

WANETTE: Will Rush 15, Nick Underwood 13, Josh Overvig 11, Bo Starks 4, Tyler Owen 2, Nick Tschacher 2, Colt Looper 1.

STONEWALL: Darron Hamilton 15, Malcolm Casey 14, Bronson Gore 12, Jake Williams 6, J.P. Maples 6, Josh Scribner 4.

3-point goals: Underwood, Rush (W); Casey 3 (S).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall used a strong outing by Darron Hamilton and overcame a cold-shooting night and turn back upset-minded Wanette. Hamilton sored a team-high 15 points while Malcolm Casey followed with 14 in his return to the Stonewall lineup. Bronson Gore also reached double digits with 12. Will Rush led Wanette with 15 points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We couldn’t make a layup. We missed a lot of shots — everybody did. We just didn’t shoot the ball real well but we got a win. We played hard. It was a battle the whole game,” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.

Team Record: Stonewall 4-2.

Up Next: Stonewall vs. Asher Monday, 9 p.m. at Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Tupelo.



At Maud

Maud 69, Konawa 55

KONAWA 9 8 17 21 — 55

MAUD 14 16 18 21 — 69

KONAWA: Dillon Snow 12, Daniel James 11, Cylas Foster 10, Dylan Terry 10, Rope Booth 4, Skylan Tanyan 4, Bryce Clark 2, Jordan Garner 2.

MAUD: Chase Coleman 26, Steffan Jasna 18, Shane Bailey 11, Brandon Dodson 8, D. J. Harris 3, Chris Wolf 3.

3-point goals: Jasna (M), Terry, James (K)

Fouled Out: Tanyan, Foster, Booth (K), Jasna (M)

NOTEWORTHY: Maud built a big first-half lead and cruised to the easy win despite Konawa placing four players in double figures. Dillon Snow led the Tigers with 12 points and and added five rebounds, Daniel James had his second straight 11-point effort, and Cylas Foster (10 points, six rebounds, three blocked shots) and Dylan Terry (10 points, five rebounds, three steals) were also in double figures for Konawa. Maud shot 45 free throws in the contest, making just 45.

COACHES QUOTE: “I’ve never been in a ballgame quite like that one. We hustled and got after it, so that’s all you can ask.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Konawa 1-1.

Up Next: Latta at Konawa Tuesday.



At Calvin

Calvin 51, Allen 42

ALLEN 9 12 11 10 — 42

CALVIN 13 13 18 7 — 51

ALLEN: Preston Frazier 22, Reece Lewis 8, Ryan Postoak 5, Trevor Griffith 3, Taylor Ross 3, Corey Johnson 1.

CALVIN: Homer Madden 11, Jared Turner 11, Caleb Blaylock 11, Jimmy Ayers 8, Jesse Orr 6, Derek Anderson 4.

3-point goals: Frazier (A), Madden 3, Ayers (C)

Fouled Out: Lewis, Frazier (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Preston Frazier scored 22 points for Allen, but Calvin put three players in double figures en route to the upset.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re just not shooting the ball very well. We’re playing dead-legged right now. We’re moving in slow motion.” — Allen coach Greg Mills.

Team Record: Allen 0-2.

Up Next: Allen vs. Vanoss Tuesday, 9 p.m. at Pontotoc Conference Tournament in Tupelo.



At Mill Creek

Mill Creek 79, Coleman 45

COLEMAN 6 14 8 17 — 45

MILL CREEK 22 26 20 11 — 79

COLEMAN: Corbin Cowan 17, Dillon Daniel 11, Blake Tubbs 7, Blake Dean 6, Tanner Scribner 2, Brandon Perez 2.

MILL CREEK: Brandon Stephens 15, Toby Blevins 14, Nicolo Regge 13, Tyler Tyson 10, Nikki Walker 9, John Johnston 8, Bryce Beratto 3, Cody Weldon 3.

3-point goals: Dean (C); Blevins 3, Beratto, Regge, Stephens (MC).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Bullfrogs (No. 12 in Class B) bolted to a 22-6 lead and never looked back in their lopsided win over Coleman. Brandon Stephens led a balanced Mill Creek offense with 15 points while Toby Blevins followed with 14 points and six rebounds. Nikki Walker turned in a solid all-around effort with nine points, six rebounds, five assists and five steals.

Team Record: Mill Creek 7-1.

Up Next: Mill Creek vs. Caney Monday, 5:30 p.m. at Wapanucka Tournament.





At Coalgate

Coalgate 62, Dickson 41

DICKSON 7 7 12 15 — 41

COALGATE 13 8 19 22 — 62

DICKSON: Nick Bean 13, Ryan Cargal 10, Reece Riggle 4, Trey Hale 3, Jarred Marsh 2, Brandon Allen 2, Trent Lee 2, Chris Ryan 2, James Byford 1

COALGATE: Tyler Ennis 23, Luke Palmer 16, J. W. Stanley 6, Terry Pope 6, Colt Impson 3, Curtis John 3, Jaymin Riley 3, Brent Watkins 2.

3-point goals: Bean 2, Cargal 2, Hale (D); Palmer 2, Ennis 2, Riley (C).

Team Records: Dickson 0-2; Coalgate 1-0.

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