At Broken Bow
Ada 30, Broken Bow 22
ADA 13 6 4 7 — 30
BROKEN BOW 9 5 6 2 — 22
ADA: Jourdan Clark 11, Joy Barrick 8, Molly Maloy 7, Megan Foley 4.
BROKEN BOW: Carmen Martinez 12, Kerri Mulkey 5, Charmie McCullough 4, Tawni Petty 1.
3-point goals: Clark, Maloy (A); Martinez 3 (BB).
Fouled out: None.
NOTEWORTHY: Ada’s defense was dynamite against the Lady Savages, limiting Broken Bow to just two fourth-quarter points to ice the game away. Freshman Jourdan Clark led Ada with 11 points and also had nine steals.
Team Record: Ada 11-4.
Up Next: Ada at McAlester Tuesday.
Tupelo 58, Macomb 45
TUPELO 10 18 8 22 — 58
MACOMB 2 16 5 22 — 45
TUPELO: Kendra Pearce 33, Katie Campbell 9, Desiree Bell 6, Brittanie Williams 5, Heather Martin 4, Amanda McClure 1.
MACOMB: Chelsea McNutt 16, Courtney Sears 8, Mandy Mitchell 6, Ryleigh Byrum 6, Karmen McMillan 6, Delisa Honsenger 2, Darcie Flanagan 1.
3-point goals: Pearce 3, Campbell (T), McNutt 3, McMillan 2 (M).
Fouled Out: Bell, Katelyn Roberts (T), Byrum, Mitchell (M).
NOTEWORTHY: Kendra Pearce exploded for 33 points and 14 rebounds, and Katie Campbell had six assists and three steals to go with nine points in leading the Lady Tigers to their fifth win in seven games since Christmas. Tupelo hit 32-of-45 free throws (18-for-20 by Pearce) in the game, while Macomb finished 20-for-28 from the line. Desiree Bell limited Mandy Mitchell — the state’s leading scorer at 29 points per game — to just six points before she fouled out on a technical foul early in the fourth quarter.
COACHES QUOTE: “I thought our defense played well again, and I thought my subs (Heather Martin, Ari Rice and Amanda McClure) gave me some good quality minutes. Kendra just kind of put us on her back. She was hot, and we kept giving it to her.” — Tupelo coach Brian Davis.
Records: Tupelo 14-7.
Up Next: Tupelo at Sasakwa Tuesday.
Roff 47, Silo 35
ROFF 8 11 15 13 — 47
SILO 9 11 9 6 — 35
ROFF: Kayla Balthrop 12, Jessica Bacon 10, Stacy Ensey 8, C. J. Horton 8, McKenzie Phillips 6, Tess Truett 3.
SILO: Edmonds 14, Beames 12, Bryant 6, Williams 2, Johnson 1.
3-point goals: Ensey 2 (R), Edmonds, Beames (S).
Fouled Out: None.
NOTEWORTHY: Roff used a 28-15 scoring advantage in the second half to erase a one-point halftime deficit and moved above .500 for the first time since Christmas behind 12 points from Kayla Balthrop and 10 from Jessica Bacon and a defense that has played well during the Lady Tigers’ recent three-game winning streak. Stacy Ensey hit a pair of 3-pointers and finished with eight points in the win.
COACHES QUOTE: “We’re playing real well defensively right now. Our goal has been to hold everybody in the 30’s, and we’ve done pretty well in all aspects of our defense. that’s allowed us to get some wins when we’re not shooting the ball real well.” — Roff coach Scott Morgan.
Records: Roff 10-9.
Up Next: Roff at Stringtown Monday.
Dale 38, Latta 34
LATTA 4 15 0 15 — 34
DALE 6 8 7 17 — 38
LATTA: Chelsey Bennett 14, Tosha MacCollister 7, Skyler Jenson 5, Casey Morgan 4, Stephanie Priest 4.
DALE: Brittany Patanude 12, Terra Kania 10, Kayla Hickman 7, Heather Anderson 4, Ashley Patnaude 3, Lakrisha Crawford 2.
NOTEWORTHY: Latta trailed by just two points and had the ball with 12 seconds left but missed the potential game-tying shot. Chelsey Bennett was the only player in double figures for the Lady Panthers, who had a 19-14 halftime lead but were shut out in the third quarter. Latta hit 12-of-26 from the field but hit only 1-of-3 from 3-point range, with Tosha MacCollister’s trey late in the fourth quarter to make it a two-point game Latta’s only basket from beyond the arc.
COACHES QUOTE: “We played a lot better defensively than we did against them the first time. We just have to regroup and get back after it.” — Latta coach David Tinkler.
Records: Latta 11-7.
Up Next: Konawa at Latta Friday.
Bethel 53, Konawa 36
BETHEL 13 13 9 18 — 53
KONAWA 5 12 6 13 — 36
BETHEL: Adams 18, Bell 13, Bible 12, Craig 3, Barton 3, Byers 2, Storey 2.
KONAWA: Rachael Cole 14, Kelsey Howard 10, Rehea Grant 4, Hilary Kuestersteffen 4, Jacklyn Nail 4.
3-point goals: Craig, Barton (B), Howard 2 (K).
Fouled Out: Cole (K).
NOTEWORTHY: Bethel broke open a close game after Konawa center Rachael Cole picked up her fourth foul early in the third quarter. Cole — who fouled out with three minutes left — and Kelsey Howard were both in double figures for the Lady Tigers, who shot just 13-of-47 from the field.
COACHES QUOTE: “I was happy with our effort. We missed some easy baskets in the first half, and we just had no answer for their inside game. The 3-pointers by Craig and Barton (late in the third quarter and early in the fourth) were huge. We just didn’t have one of our best shooting nights on a night when we needed to shoot well.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.
Records: Konawa 11-8.
Up Next: Konawa at Latta Friday.
Kiowa 57, Allen 44
ALLEN 14 4 12 14 — 44
KIOWA 17 7 11 22 — 57
ALLEN: Jerrica Mullicane 15, Kelsey Gee 14, Lorissa Skelton 9, Brittnea Nemecek 4, Natasha Harris 2.
KIOWA: Katie Cleft 19, Whitney Ward 10, Karissa Ellis 9, Skyler Parent 9, Andrea Smith 9, Sarah Hall 1.
3-point goals: Mullicane 5, Gee (A), Cleft 5, Ellis 3 (K).
Fouled Out: Skelton (A).
NOTEWORTHY: Kiowa was 19-for-26 from the line while Allen — which played without starting guard Danli Mills (flu) — went just 2-for-5. The Lady Mustangs trailed just 35-30 entering the fourth quarter before Kiowa exploded for 22 points in the final eight minutes. Jerrica Mullicane and Kelsey Gee were both in double figures for Allen.
Records: Allen 13-5.
Up Next: Stonewall at Allen Tuesday.
Calvin 49, Asher 48
CALVIN 19 9 10 11 — 49
ASHER 3 17 8 20 — 48
CALVIN: Sierra Barnhart 27, Holly Caldwell 12, Heather Jones 6, Danielle Tate 2, Emily Hassler 2.
ASHER: Destiny Graham 15, Cassie Sexton 10, Patti Stevens 8, Kristi Rollins 6, Nicki Nail 5, Cassie Black 4,
3-point goals: Barnhart 5, Cauldwell (C); Rollins, Sexton, Graham (A).
Fouled out: Black (A).
NOTEWORTHY: After a rough start, Asher outscored Calvin 45-30 over the final three quarters before the comeback fell just short. Sierra Barnhart hit two free throws with 14 seconds left to put Calvin up by three. Cassie Sexton had a 3-pointer rim out for the Lady Indians with time running out and Kristi Rollins grabbed the long rebound and fed Nicki Nail underneath the basket for a layup as time ran out. The Lady Indians were without starter Kristen Murray, who was out with flu-like symptoms. Cassie Black also fouled out for Asher in the third quarter. Destiny Graham led AHS with 15 points and 11 rebounds while Cassie Sexton followed with 10 points, seven boards and four assists. Sierra Barnhart hit five 3-pointers and scored 27 for Calvin. CHS standout Emily Hassler was limited to just two points on a pair of free throws.
COACHES QUOTE: “We played hard. We’re getting better, we really are. It’s just been a long, hard road for us. The competition we play is so tough they can’t get their heads above water. The last three quarters, we had fun. They finally woke up and realized they could play with this bunch. We really played well inthe fourth quarter,” — Asher head coach Marion Reimers.
Team Record: Asher 1-16.
Up Next: Asher at Strother Tuesday.
At Broken Bow
Ada JV 34, Brokens Bow 24
ADA 12 6 8 8 — 34
BROKEN BOW 4 5 7 8 — 24
ADA JV: Rachael Stinchcomb 10, Lauren Whitworth 7, Eliza Van Horn 7, Tori Banks 4, Destiny Newberry 4, Jennifer Cross 2.
BROKEN BOW: Taylor Thomason 8, Shynyce Jett 7, Samantha Shomo 3, Mindy Morgan 2.
3-point goals: Jett (BB).
Fouled out: None.
Record: Ada JV 7-0.