Friday’s Games

GIRLS

At Elgin Festival

Ada 49, Elk City 19

ADA ..............................................11 9 18 11 — 49

ELK CITY ................................... 3 7 3 6 — 19

ADA: Taylor Howard 11, Lauren Whitworth 9, Shelbey Franz 8, Jenny Bolin 7, katelyn Carter 4, Catie Newport 4, Erin Walling 4, Rachel Stinchcomb 2.

ELK CITY: Hope Hall 6, Sarah Simpson 3, Christina Albert 3, Kassi Stevens 2, Andrea Burson 2, Samara Owsley 2, Brittany Berdine 1.

3-point goals: Franz 2-4, Howard 2-3 (A), Elk City NA

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Taylor Howard scored 11 points and two of Ada’s 15 steals in leading the Lady Cougars to their first victory of the season. Lauren Whitworth added nine points, five rebounds and two steals, and Jenny Bolin had seven points and a game-high six boards in the win.

Records: Ada 1-1

Up Next: Ardmore at Ada Tuesday.



At Coalgate

Coalgate 63, Hartshorne 29

HARTSHORNE ............................5 6 10 8 — 29

COALGATE .................................8 10 21 24 — 63

HARTSHORNE: Cobb 9, Golden 8, Cervantes 8, Barton 2, McBride 2.

COALGATE: Malory Walker 18, Becca Crow 11, Kalee Pebworth 11, Jennifer Sandmann 9, Mariah Burgess 5, Maurica Girten 2, Lyndi Davidson 2, Robynne Lambert 2, Carney Gilliam 2.

3-point goals: Crow 2 (C)

Fouled Out: Cobb (H)

NOTEWORTHY: Malory Walker scored in double figures for the seventh straight game and her fourth double-double of the season with 18 points and 12 rebounds in leading Coalgate to its second straight win. Becca Crow and Kalee Pebworth had 11 points and five rebounds apiece in the victory, and Jordan Helton had nine assists and three steals for the Lady Wildcats.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re still not where we want to be. She shot well in the second half again (17-for-24). We finally settled down and put the ball in the hole. We just have to do a better job of taking care of the ball.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 4-3

Up Next: Silo at Coalgate Tuesday.



At Konawa

Konawa 88, Stratford 42

STRATFORD .................................10 11 7 14 — 42

KONAWA .......................................25 29 20 14 — 88

STRATFORD: Courtney Evans 23, Becky Rindal 6, Alyssa Eickenhorst 5, Noelle Hurt 2, Alana Reeves 2, Mariah Henderson 2, Eileen Johnson 2.

KONAWA: Kelsey Howard 20, Mandy Yellowfish 13, Rehea Grant 12, Sydney Stoup 11, Erin Fixico 8, Kassandra McClain 6, Courtney Capps 6, Chelsa Porter 4, Hilary Kuestersteffen 4, Amber Lamb 4.

3-point goals: Evans 3 (S), Howard 6 (K)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Kelsey Howard was 6-for-9 from beyond the arc and finished with a season-high 20 points to lead four players in double figures, and second-ranked (Class 2A) Konawa rolled to its sixth straight win to start the season. Sophomore Mandy Yellowfish scored a career-high 13 points, senior Rehea Grant had 12 and sophomore Sydney Stoup added 11 points, 9 assists, eight rebounds and four steals. Konawa had its highest first-half point total (54) in coach Gordon Garner’s four seasons at the school and missed 23 of an incredible 46 shots before intermission.

COACHES QUOTE: “This was probably our most complete game of the year. We executed well all night. Sydney (Stoup) had a complete floor game, and Kelsey was 6-for-9 from 3-point range.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Konawa 6-0, Stratford 3-3

Up Next: Konawa at Byng, Jan. 4.



At Asher

Stonewall 70, Asher 32

STONEWALL ...........................20 22 19 9 — 70

ASHER .........................................5 3 14 10 — 32

STONEWALL: Cherokee Brown 12, Shelby Lackey 10, Tesia Worcester 10, Alyssa Reed 7, Brettney Brady 6, Neicole Thompson 5, Kayla Byrd 5, Mindy Holland 4, Brittany Gipson 4, Amanda Transue 3, Tyla Transue 2, Paige Curtis 2.

ASHER: Melissa Castro 9, Kristi Rollings 8, Patti Stevens 7, Kellyn Price 6, Nycole Green 2.

3-point goals: A. Transue, Reed, Byrd (S), Castro 3, Rollings 2, Price (A)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Cherokee Brown scored 12 points to lead three players in double figures, and Stonewall got points from 12 different players en route to the easy victory. Shelby Lackey and Tesia Worcester were also in double figures for the Lady Longhorns, who won for the ninth time in 12 games.has

COACHES QUOTE: “It was a game where a lot of girls got quality minutes. I think a lot of my younger kids really turned the corner.” — Stonewall coach Christie Jennings.

Records: Stonewall 9-3

Up Next: Stonewall at Latta Tuesday



Thursday’s Game

At Mill Creek

Girls

Mill Creek 53, Stringtown 50

STRINGTOWN ............................13 15 5 17 — 50

MILL CREEK .............................12 3 14 24 — 54

STRINGTOWN: Garside 23, Foster 9, Reeves 9, Washington 5, Ayers 2, Miller 1, Hensley 1.

MILL CREEK:Timber Thominson 10, Jara Hotema 10, Tamara Thomas 10, Kaylyn Riggle 9, Jacey Ford 6, Krystal Neasbitt 4, Stormy Roberts 4.

3-point goals: Garside 3, Foster (S); Riggle, Ford, Thominson (MC).

Fouled Out: Washington, Ayers, Miller, Foster, Reeves (S); Thominson, Thomas (MC).

Records: Mill Creek 4-10.

Up Next: Calera at Mill Creek Monday.



Friday’s Games

BOYS

At Asher

Stonewall 65, Asher 46

STONEWALL .................23 12 18 12 — 65

ASHER ..............................13 8 8 17 — 46

STONEWALL: J. P. Maples 18, Bronson Gore 14, Josh Scribner 11, Darron Hamilton 7, David Hamilton 6, Malcolm Casey 3, Jon Daniel 3, Jeremiah Kelley 2, Mariano Brandao 1.

ASHER: Matt Johnson 13, Tanner Fowler 10, Fred Oliphant 8, James Linn 6, Derek Claytor 5, Dakota Magbie 4.

3-point goals: Maples, Casey, David Hamilton (S), Johnson (A)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: J. P. Maples scored 18 points to lead three players in double figures, and Stonewall wrapped up a perfect 3-0 week with its fourth straight victory overall. Bronson Gore and Josh Scribner combined for 25 points in the win for the Longhorns, who have a big showdown with Latta Tuesday night.

COACHES QUOTE: “I was pleased with our defense in the second and third quarter, and we were pretty balanced offensively. It was a good week.” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Records: Stonewall 9-3

Up Next: Stonewall at Latta Tuesday.



At Konawa

Stratford 68, Konawa 39

STRATFORD ............................23 12 18 15 — 68

KONAWA ....................................8 10 10 11 — 39

STRATFORD: Dalen Qualls 34, Dakota Russell 9, Adam Vanlandingham 6, Tony Ratto 5, Matthew Knight 5, Joe Underwood 3, Michael Jolley 3, Tommy Lawson 2, Cody Purgason 1.

KONAWA: Cylas Foster 12, Rope Booth 9, Dillon Snow 6, Kyle Porter 4, Skyland Tanyan 2, Bryce Clark 2, Daniel James 2, Kelly Odell 2

3-point goals: Qualls 3, Russell, Knight, Underwood, Ratto (S), Booth (K)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Freshman Dalen Qualls scored a career-high 34 points and added eight rebounds and six assists to lead Stratford to the easy victory. Dakota Russell scored nine points and pulled down a game-high 12 rebounds for the Bulldogs, who also got six points and eight rebounds from Adam Vanlandingham. Cylas Foster led Konawa with 12 points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played well. We mixed our defenses up to keep them off balance. The key was rebounding and shooting. We rebounded better and shot the ball well.” — Stratford coach Mark Qualls.

Records: Stratford 2-5, Konawa 1-5

Up Next: Dibble at Stratford, Jan. 4

At Coalgate

Coalgate 72, Hartshorne 59

HARTSHORNE ..........................12 9 6 32 — 59

COALGATE ..................................11 23 14 24 — 72

HARTSHORNE: Hardin 16, D. Nelson 15, Rose 12, Collins 6, Bills 4, C. Nelson 2, Parker 2, Harjo 2.

COALGATE: Tyler Ennis 20, Terry Pope 12, Curtis John 11, Luke Palmer 10, Josh Darling 8, Kyndall Lewis 5, Jaymin Riley 3, Allen Horn 2, J. W. Stanley 1.

3-point goals: Rose 2, D. Nelson (H), Palmer 2, Darling, Lewis (C)

Fouled Out: Bills, D. Nelson (H)

COACHES QUOTE: “I really wasn’t pleased with how our starting five played together, so I subbed in there about halfway through the second quarter and we made a run thanks to Terry Pope, Curtis John and Josh Darling. They came in and did a great job. One good thing I saw was some good things from some guys coming in off the bench, and hopefully that will help increase our depth.” — Coalgate coach Taylor Wiebener.

Records: Coalgate 7-0

Up Next: Silo at Coalgate Tuesday, Atoka at Coalgate Thursday.

JUNIOR HIGH

GIRLS

8th Grade

at Ardmore

Ada 20, Ardmore 15

ADA .....................................................10 4 2 4 — 20

ARDMORE ..........................................5 7 0 3 — 15

ADA: Franz 10, Hulins 6, Byrd 2, Roberts 2

ARDMORE: Hadrick 11, Snipes 4

3-point goals: Hadrick (Ard)

Fouled Out: None

Records: Ada 4-2

Up Next: Byng at Ada, 6 p.m. Monday



7th Grade

at Ardmore

Ada 22, Ardmore 20

ADA ................................................... 3 10 4 5 — 22

ARDMORE .......................................9 2 5 4 — 20

ADA: Stinchcomb 12, Carter 5, Canida 3, Canfield 1, Howard 1.

ARDMORE: Piggee 12, Eades 4, Pfau 2, Morales 2.

3-point goals: None

Fouled Out: None

Records: Ada 6-0

Up Next: Byng at Ada, 5 p.m. Monday



At Tupelo

Vanoss 33, Tupelo 18

VANOSS .....................................14 9 8 2 — 33

TUPELO ......................................6 8 2 2 — 18

VANOSS: Henderson 12, Bennett 10, Hood 6, Lavielle 3, Faust 2.

TUPELO: NA

3-point goals: Lavielle (V)

Records: Vanoss 4-4

Up Next: Vanoss at Latta Monday, 6 p.m.



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