Friday’s Games

GIRLS

At Holdenville

Coalgate 69, Holdenville 40

COALGATE 18 16 17 18 — 69

HOLDENVILLE 9 6 9 16 — 40

COALGATE: Mallory Walker 17, Jamaica Pebworth 12, Shelby Austin 12, Kalee Pebworth 7, Becca Crow 6, Teran Mixon 6, Jordan Helton 4, Lauren Sandman 4, Megan Sims 1.

HOLDENVILLE: Stallings 15, Johnson 11, D. Stallings 6, Harjo 6, Morgan 2.

3-point goals: Pebworth 3, Austin 3, Crow (C); Stallings, Johnson (H).

Fouled out: Johnson (H).

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Wildcats were sizzling against Holdenville. Guards Shelby Austin, Jamaica Pebworth and Becca Crow were a combined 7-of-8 from 3-point range and Mallory Walker hit 8-of-11 field goals en route to a game-high 17 points. Teran Mixon finished with six points, seven rebounds and five assists.

COACHES QUOTE: “We shot the ball really well. We had our outside game and our inside game working and that caused them some problems,” — Coalgate head coach Jim Jenson.

Team Record: Coalgate 18-1.

Up Next: Tushka at Coalgate Tuesday.



At Stonewall

Stonewall 75, Calvin 34

CALVIN 5 11 6 12 — 34

STONEWALL 13 19 25 18 — 75

CALVIN: Holly Caldwell 15, Sierra Barnhart 13, Emily Hassler 2, Felisha Harris 2, Heather Jones 2.

STONEWALL: Felicia Logsdon 20, Rena Serpa 15, Kristie Byrd 11, Tesia Worcester 8, Tobie Daniel 7, Cherokee Brown 5, Tamera Thomas 3, Terra Christian 3, Kayla Byrd 2, Shelby Lackey 1.

3-point goals: Barnhart 2 (C), Logsdon, Brown, Daniel, Kristie Byrd, Worcester (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Felicia Logsdon scored 20 points and added 13 rebounds and six assists in leading Stonewall to the easy victory on Senior Night.

COACHES QUOTE: “I thought this was a good way to finish our home schedule for the season. We honored our two seniors, Tobie Daniel and Terra Christian (who got her first start of the season).” — Stonewall coach Christie Jennings.

Records: Stonewall 22-1

Up Next: Stonewall at Calera Tuesday.



At Vanoss

Allen 54, Vanoss 51

ALLEN 13 9 15 22 — 54

VANOSS 16 12 13 10 — 51

ALLEN: Kelsey Gee 28, Brittnea Nemecek 10, Lorissa Skelton 8, Jerrica Mullicane 6, Natasha Harris 1, Danli Mills 1.

VANOSS: Stefani Burk 16, Alyson Tuley 11, Jessica Welch 10, Whitley Sutton 7, Rodi Sutton 3, Ayla McCoy 2, Delia Henley 2.

3-point goals: Gee, Mullicane, Nemecek (A), Welch 2, W. Sutton, R. Sutton, Tuley (V).

Fouled Out: Mullicane, Nemecek (A), R. Sutton (V).

NOTEWORTHY: Allen rallied from a 16-point third-quarter deficit and avoided the upset behind Kelsey Gee’s 28 points. Gee had 12 points in the fourth quarter as the Lady Mustangs outscored Vanoss, 22-10, in the final eight minutes. Freshman Stefani Burk scored 16 points to lead three Vanoss players in double figures.

Records: Allen 15-6, Vanoss 9-12.

Up Next: Allen at New Lima Tuesday, Dale at Vanoss Tuesday, Feb. 14.



At Byng

Tecumseh 38, Byng 36

TECUMSEH 5 8 10 15 — 38

BYNG 8 10 8 10 — 36

TECUMSEH: Coker 15, Delosantos 7, Fowler 6, Sisco 4, Paxson 4, Nunnally 2.

BYNG: Whitney Harris 11, Stacie Bell 9, Brittney Lee 8, Kelsey Williamson 4, Brooke Harris 2, Kayla Johnson 2.

3-point goals: Coker 2, Delosantos (T).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Byng led for all but the final two minutes of the game, then, after Tecumseh tied the score at 30-all, the Lady Pirates had a turnover and missed the front end of a one-and-one and were outscored, 8-6, the rest of the way as Tecumseh made 6-of-7 free throws in the fourth quarter. Whitney Harris had 11 points to lead Byng, and Stacie Bell had nine points and six assists and Brittney Lee had seven rebounds to go with eight points.

COACHES QUOTE: “The encouraging thing is that I thought we played well. We played hard and we played smart, but we turned the ball over at a bad time in the game. Our kids haven’t let down. We just need to figure out how to close a game out.” — Byng coach Joe Neely.

Records: Byng 8-13.

Up Next: Byng at Holdenville Tuesday.



At Wanette

Asher 47, Wanette 40

ASHER 13 9 12 13 — 47

WANETTE 13 7 13 7 — 40

ASHER: Kristin Murray 17, Cassie Sexton 10, Kristie Rollins 8, Patti Stevens 7, Destiny Graham 5.

WANETTE: Sally Wallace 14, Jessica Fullingim 11, Hallea Middleton 6, Morgan Lipsey 5, Savanna Segerlund 3.

3-point goals: Rollins 2, Graham (A), Wallace 2, Lipsey (W).

Fouled Out: Middleton (W).

NOTEWORTHY: Kristin Murray scored 17 points and 12 rebounds, and Destiny Graham had 10 rebounds to go with five points in Asher’s victory. Cassie Sexton was also in double figures with 10 points, and Patti Stevens and Cassie Sexton hit clutch free throws late in the fourth quarter as Asher broke open a tight game in the final minutes. Sally Wallace (14) and Jessica Fullingim (11) were both in double figures for Wanette.

Up Next: Macomb at Asher Tuesday.



BOYS

At Stratford

Stratford 87, Paoli 42

PAOLI 11 7 10 14 — 42

STRATFORD 21 25 23 18 — 87

PAOLI: Jonathan Moore 15, Kerry Brown 8, Matt Norman 5, Junior Valencia 4, Brax Casey 3, Bradley Uhles 2, Mikey Neeley 2, Dakota Arthur 2, Allen Potts 1.

STRATFORD: Garan Qualls 27, T. J. Gaines 21, Jeremy Lavorchek 12, Donnie Bethers 10, Brian Carter 9, Greg Ayers 4, Jessy Coffia 2, Michael Haynes 2.

3-point goals: Brown 2, Norman (P), Qualls 3, Bethers 2, Carter, Gaines (s).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Garan Qualls had 27 points, and T. J. Gaines had 21 points, 12 rebounds, seven steals and five assists as Stratford improved to 17-3. Jeremy Lavorchek and Donnie Bethers were also in double figures for the Bulldogs, who were 20-for-22 from the free throw line.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played pretty well. Our intensity really picked up the middle two quarters, and we got the fast break going with some pressure defense. The seniors got to go out with a win.” — Stratford coach Mark Qualls.

Records: Stratford 17-3.

Up Next: Stratford at Elmore City Tuesday.



At Vanoss

Allen 59, Vanoss 45

ALLEN 18 17 18 6 — 59

VANOSS 5 11 10 19 — 45

ALLEN: Brandon Postoak 29, Justin Stephens 15, Preston Frazier 5, Derek Ross 4, Corby King 3, Riley Vivier 2, Lindsey Smith 1.

VANOSS: Brandon Hood 10, Jake Hawley 6, Derral Isaacs 6, Nickolas Riddle 5, Brett Holman 5, Travis Snowden 4, Tyler Mackey 3, Evan Anderson 2, Josh Adams 2, Scott ward 2.

3-point goals: Stephens 3, Postoak 2 (A), Hawley 2, Hood 2, Riddle (V).

NOTEWORTHY: Allen’s Brandon Postoak continued his recent hot streak, scoring a career-high 29 points in leading the Mustangs to their second straight impressive victory. Justin Stephens also scored his career high with 15 points — 13 in the first quarter — in the win, as Allen played its first game without starter Chris Thyne (who quit the team). Brandon Hood had 10 points to lead Vanoss.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played pretty well. Maybe we’ve got a little momentum going into New Lima (Tuesday) and the playoffs (at home beginning Thursday) next week.” — Allen coach Monte Johnson.

Fouled Out: None

Records: Vanoss 6-15, Allen 13-8.

Up Next: Allen at New Lima Tuesday, Dale at Vanoss on Tuesday, Feb. 14.



At Byng

Tecumseh 57, Byng 56

TECUMSEH 20 11 12 14 — 57

BYNG 17 11 12 16 — 56

TECUMSEH: Hill 13, Makever 13, DeShazer 11, Rogers 9, Goodin 9, Rolls 2.

BYNG: Preston Petty 17, Ryan Haynes 16, Ryan Dallen 6, Heath Wall 5, Caleb Timmons 4, Jordan Parnacher 2, Glenn Mitchell 2, Clay Plunk 2.

3-point goals: Petty 5, Haynes 2 (B), Hill 2, Rogers, Goodin (T).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Ryan Haynes gave Byng a 56-55 lead with eight seconds left, but Tecumseh’s 6-6 Brian Deshazer hit a shot at the buzzer to hand the Pirates the tough loss. Tecumseh had a hot first half and built a big early lead, but Byng rallied behind Preston Petty — who had five 3-pointers and finished with 17 points — and Haynes, who had 16 points. Byng center Caleb Timmons picked up three fouls in the first quarter and finished with just three points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We were just fighting uphill all night long. Caleb being in foul trouble really hurt. We probably scored too early and just couldn’t stop the last shot.” — Byng coach Tommy Eaton.

Records: Byng 13-8, Tecumseh 13-6.

Up Next: Byng at Holdenville Tuesday.



At Stonewall

Stonewall 59, Calvin 29

CALVIN 4 12 7 6 — 29

STONEWALL 9 21 20 9 — 59

CALVIN: Laramy Wilson 6, Tyler Caldwell 5, Jared Turner 4, Lewis Johnson 4, Brad Dhrum 2, Neil Hassler 2, Jimmy Ayers 2, Steven Norton 2, Mason Ripple 2.

STONEWALL: Brian Monroe 26, Bo Scribner 11, Bronson Gore 9, Wendell Taylor 6, Jared Pharr 4, Lane Boissinin 3.

3-point goals: Monroe 5 (S).

Fouled Out: Cole Carter (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Brian Monroe broke out of a shooting slump with 26 points, including five 3-pointers, and added five assists, and Bo Scribner had his fifth straight double double (11 points and 11 rebounds) as Stonewall improved to 13-10. Bronson Gore had four assists and three steals to go with nine points for the Longhorns.

COACHES QUOTE: “Brian had a great game offensively and defensively. Collectively, this was probably our best defensive effort of the year.” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Records: Stonewall 13-10.

Up Next: Stonewall at Calera Tuesday.



At Holdenville

Holdenville 57, Coalgate 50

COALGATE 10 16 8 16 — 50

HOLDENVILLE 16 14 13 14 — 57

COALGATE: Daniel Stingley 20, Shawn Linton 10, Chiefton Camp 10, Cody Stacey 4, Josh Featherston 4, Tyler Ennis 2.

HOLDENVILLE: Streater 16, Scott 12, Fitzgerald 10, Aguirre 9, Acey 8, Robinson 2.

3-point goals: Camp, Stingley (C), Fitzgerald 2 (H).

Fouled Out: Steve DeLay (C).

NOTEWORTHY: Holdenville took advantage of Coalgate’s cold shooting in the third quarter to take control and went on to the win behind Tanner Streater’s 16 points. Daniel Stingley had 20 points to lead three players in double figures for Coalgate.

COACHES QUOTE: “The third quarter killed us. We couldn’t get in our offensive stretch and we played flat for a stretch of about five minutes.” —

Records: Coalgate 11-8.

Up Next: Tushka at Coalgate Tuesday.

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