Friday, Nov. 10

GIRLS

Asher 40, Tupelo 16

ASHER 9 4 13 14 -40

TUPELO 6 4 5 1 -16

ASHER – Sarah Fleming 12, Rayanna Cheatwood 10, Ashley Odell 6, Braxten Frazier 5, Cheyenne Kauley 3, Tracy Hadley 2, Jessica King 2/

TUPELO – Kaya Stallcup 5, Abby Maple 3, Lindsey Meek 2, Shaylin McCollum 2, Kate Sliger 2, James Beach 2.

NOTEWORTHY: Sarah Fleming tossed in 12 points and Rayanna Cheatwood added 10 as the Asher Lady Indians knocked off the Tupelo Lady Tigers, 40-16, on Friday. Ashley Odell chipped in six points for the winners and Braxten Frazier had five. Kaya Stallcup tallied five to lead Tupelo and Abby Maple knocked down one 3-point shot. Lilly Woods grabbed eight rebounds and Kaitlyn Ellis recorded four steals for the Lady Tigers. Leading 13-10 at halftime, the Lady Indians went on a 13-5 run through the third quarter and staged a 14-1 spurt in the fourth to make it a rout.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We played well in the first half and executed our game plan flawlessly. But in the end it does not matter, when you have too many turnovers. I know we will get better. I have seen us grow from the first game. We will bounce back,” said Tupelo Head Coach Tanner Wear.

Team Records: Asher 2-0, Tupelo 1-2.

Up Next: Earlsboro at Asher tonight; Tupelo at Vanoss (East Central University) tonight.

 

At Kerr Activities Center

Vanoss 44, Stonewall 27

STONEWALL 10 11 2 4 — 27

VANOSS 9 10 14 11 — 44

STONEWALL – Dawsyn Lyon 3-3, 1-2, 9; Colby Sawyer 1-4, 3-6, 5; Clio Heath 2-6, 0-0, 5; Katie Logan 2-6, 0-0, 4; Alexis Chamberlain 2-6, 0-0, 4; Macy Farris 0-5, 0-1, 0. Totals: 10-30, 4-9, 27.

VANOSS – Emrie Ellis 9-15, 3-4, 21; Lizzy Simpson 2-5, 2-6, 6; Rileigh Rush 2-12, 0-0, 5; Caitlin Byrd 2-3, 0-0, 4; Laramie Doffin 1-6, 1-2, 3; Bailey Bolin 1-1, 1-2, 3; Ashley Snow 1-1, 0—0, 2. Totals: 18-43, 7-14, 44.

Turnovers: Stonewall 20, Vanoss 13.3-point goals: Lyon 2, Heath 1 (S); Rush 1 (V)>

Assists: Stonewall 4 (Heath 2); Vanoss 11 (Rush 4, Abbi Snow 3, Byrd 2).

Steals: Stonewall 4; Vanoss 9 (Byrd 4).

Rebounds: Stonewall 25 (Chamberlain 6, Logan 5, Heath 5); Vanoss 27 (Ellis 9, Rush 4, Simpson 4).

3-point goals: Lyon 2, Heath 1 (S); Rush 1 (V)>

Fouled Out: None.

 

BOYS

Tupelo 52, Asher 39

ASHER 6 7 14 12 -39

TUPELO 17 13 10 12 -52

ASHER – Cameron Grissom 11, Tray Odell 7, Jake Dobbs 5, Brock Williamson 5, Trevor Martin 4, Chase Eckart 3, Braydon Sanders 2, Mike McDonald 2.

TUPELO – Christian McLean 22, Michael Moralez 9, Seth Foreman 8, Braydon Pardue 7, Austin Vick 4, James Beach 2.

3-point goals: Grissom 1, Odell 1, Dobbs 1 (A).

NOTEWORTHY: Christian McLean poured in a game-leading 22 points and was 5-of-6 from the free-throw line as the Tupelo Tigers downed the Asher Indians, 54-39, on Friday. Michael Moralez added nine points to the Tupelo attack while Seth Foreman and Braydon Pardue tacked on eight and seven points, respectively. Cameron Grissom paced Asher with 11 points, teammate Tray Odell followed with seven and Jake Dobbs contributed five.

Team Record: Asher 1-1; Tupelo 

Up Next: Earlsboro at Asher tonight; Tupelo at Vanoss (East Central University) tonight.

At Kerr Activities Center

Vanoss 50, Stonewall 45

STONEWALL 13 11 8 13 — 45

VANOSS 15 12 4 19 — 50

STONEWALL – Cayman Watkins 4-18, 2-2, 11; Bryce Holland 4-11, 0-2, 10; Heath Hook 4-7, 0-2, 8; Ty Humphers 2-4, 2-3, 6; Blake Bolin 1-1, 4-4, 6; Nate Roberts 1-3, 0-0, 2; Cameron Wade 1-9, 0-1, 2. Totals: 17-53, 8-14, 45.

VANOSS – Sando Hill 6-13, 4-8, 16; Kyler Byrd 3-9, 2-4, 9; Riley Cooper 4-6, 0-2, 8; Tucker Bucher 2-4, 2-2, 8; Nathan Stone 2-10, 0-0, 5; Donovan Brown 1-2, 0-0, 2; Colten Bird 1-1, 0-1, 2. Totals: 19-45, 8-17, 50.

Turnovers: Stonewall 16, Vanoss 22.

Assists: Stonewall 6 (Hook 2); Vanoss 8 (Hill 5, Stone 2).

Steals: Stonewall 6 (Hook, Watkins); Vanoss 14 (Hill 6, Byrd 4).

Rebounds: Stonewall 35 (Hook 7, Holland 6, Bolin 5); Vanoss (Byrd 6, Stone 6, Brown 6, Hill 5, Cooper 5).

3-point goals: Stonewall 3 (Holland 2, Watkins 1); Vanoss 4 (Bucher 2, Byrd 1, Stone 1).

Fouled Out: Watkins, Hook (S).

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Jeff Cali has been covering sports in the Ada area since the mid-90s. He graduated from Byng High School and earned a bachelor’s degree from East Central University.