Tuesday’s Games


At Wapanucka

Stonewall 63, Wapanucka 32

STONEWALL 26 12 18 7 — 63

WAPANUCKA 6 12 6 8 — 32

STONEWALL: Rena Serpa 16, Cherokee Brown 14, Felicia Logsdon 11, Tyla Transue 6, Shelby Lackey 5, Kristie Byrd 4, Bracy Thompson 3, Nicole Thompson 2, Kayla Byrd 2.

WAPANUCKA: Chelsea Ingram 9, Shantel Taylor 5, Vanessa Tovar 5, Jennifer Mathis 4, Peggy Martin 4, Alisha McFecter 3, Macy Hilburn 2.

3-point goals: Transue, B. Thompson, Lackey, Brown (S); Taylor, Ingram, McFecter (W).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall sped to a 26-6 first- quarter lead and rolled to its eighth victory of the season. Rena Serpa scored a game-high 16 points, all in the first half, to pace the Lady Longhorns which saw nine player reach the scoring column. Felicia Logsdon finished with 11 points, 10 assists and five steals. Cherokee Brown scored 14 for the visitors.

COACHES QUOTE: “Rena played really well. She didn’t even take a shot in the second half or she might have scored 40,” — Stonewall head coach Christie Jennings.

Team Record: Stonewall 8-1.

Up Next: Stonewall at Stuart Thursday.

At Holdenville

Konawa 59, Holdenville 47

KONAWA 15 20 8 16 — 59

HOLDENVILLE 8 8 21 10 — 47

KONAWA: Kelsey Howard 21, Kassandra McClain 10, Chelsa Porter 7, Rehea Grant 6, Erin Fixico 4, Jacklyn Nail 3, Sydney Stoup 3, Hilary Kuestersteffen 3, Daphne Grant 2.

HOLDENVILLE: Ashlyn Stallings 21, Rachel Morgan 15, Mary Mudd 6, Laura Johnson 4, Madison Massad 1.

3-point goals: Howard 3 (K); Stallings 4 (H).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Konawa was on the verge of winning in a blowout, before the Lady Wolverines used a 21-8 run in the third to make things close. The Lady Tigers led by 24 early in the third period before Holdenville cut the lead to seven in the fourth. Kelsey Howard hit a trio of 3-pointers and finished with 21 points and four steals to lead Konawa while Kassandra McClain hit double digits with 10. Ashlyn Stallings scored 21 in defeat for the Lady Wolverines.

COACHES QUOTE: “With two minutes to go we had made two field goals in the second half. We just could not throw it in the ocean. But give them credit. They looked like they were done, but hit a few shots and made it a game,” — Konawa head coach Gordon Garner.

Team Record: Konawa 4-1.

Up Next: Konawa at Stratford Friday.

At Tupelo

Tupelo 61, Mill Creek 21

MILL CREEK 2 6 6 7 — 21

TUPELO 22 8 16 15 — 61

MILL CREEK: Jara Hotema 8, Kayla Oliver 4, Katelyn Riggle 4, JayCee Sibils 3, Chelsey Courtney 2

TUPELO: Katie Campbell 14, Lindsey Davidson 14, Megan Bray 9, Kendra Pearce 8, Amanda McClure 6, Ari Rice 4, Heather Martin 3, Kaci Bullard 3.

3-point goals: Martin (T), Sibils (M).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Katie Campbell and Lindsey Davidson scored 14 points apiece, and Tupelo rode a solid defense and balanced scoring to the easy win. Freshman Megan Bray added nine points, and senior Kendra Pearce — who, along with Campbell, sat for most of the second half — scored a season-low eight points for the Lady Tigers.

Records: Tupelo 6-5.

Up Next: Vanoss at Tupelo Friday.

At Tishomingo

Tishomingo 44, Latta 40

LATTA 3 13 14 10 — 40

TISH 15 10 12 7 — 44

LATTA: Autumn Lawrence 10, Lacie Lawson 10, Tosha MacCollister 8, Mayson Husband 5, Molly McQuay 4, Skyler Jenson 2, Keisha Williams 1.

TISH: Katie Miller 16, Taloa Willeford 13, Lacey Dickerson 5, Kylie Forrester 3, Latoya Colbert 3, Cody Gardner 2, Pauletta Pamplin 2.

3-point goals: Miller 3 (T), Lawson 2, MacCollister (L)

Fouled Out: Jenson (L).

NOTEWORTHY: Katie Miller and Taloa Willeford combined for 29 points, and Latta couldn’t overcome a sluggish first quarter as Tishomingo held on for the victory. The Lady Indians held Latta to just 12-for-30 from the field, and Latta sophomore center Skyler Jenson scored a career-low two points befor fouling out in the fourth quarter.

COACHES QUOTE: “We didn’t come out in sync. We didn’t have a lot of fire, and we didn’t stay with the game plan in the first quarter, and it bit us on the backside. We didn’t shoot the ball well, especially in the first half, and we just couldn’t get over the hump.” — Latta coach David Tinkler.

Records: Latta 2-5.

Up Next: Latta at Dickson Friday.

At Coalgate

Coalgate 74, Antlers 20

ANTLERS 4 4 4 8 — 20

COALGATE 22 27 14 11 — 74

ANTLERS: Hunter 12, Needham 2, Spear 2, Arthur 2, Pardue 2

COALGATE: Teran Mixon 22, Mallory Walker 11, Maurica Girten 11, Kalee Pebworth 9, Jennifer Sandmann 6, Shelby Austin 4, Josie Soukup 4, Kenda Pebworth 3, Becca Crow 2, Mariah Burgess 2.

3-point goals: Girten 2, Mixon, Kenda Pebworth (C).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Senior guard Teran Mixon continued her early-season hot streak, scoring 22 points on 9-of-9 shooting as Coalgate (No. 4 in Class 2A) romped to the easy Homecoming victory. Mixon, who is averaging 17.7 points through the first three games of the season, also had five steals to lead a Coalgate defense that forced 36 turnovers. Mallory Walker and Maurica Girten were also in double figures for the Lady Wildcats, and Kalee pebworth had nine points and a team-high six rebounds in the win for Coalgate, which went 29-for-54 from the field.

COACHES QUOTE: “Our defensive intensity sparked us right from the beginning. We’re playing one game a week right now, but the kids responded. A lot of our buckets were transition lay-ups because of defense.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 3-0.

Up Next: Coalgate at Silo Tuesday.

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