Saturday

GIRLS

At Lindsay Tournament

Third-place game

Latta 54, Lindsay 52

LATTA.......................................................19 9 7 19 — 54

LINDSAY.....................................................8 7 23 14 — 52

LATTA: Chelsey Bennett 19, Skyler Jenson 10, Casey Morgan 10, Tosha MacCollister 10, Beth Nevland 4, Charissa Smith 1.

LINDSAY: Waite 10, Heltcal 10, Hibbard 9, Duncan 9, Scruggs 8, Tate 6.

3-pointers: Bennett 2 (Latta), Duncan 2, Heltcal 2, Hibbard.

Fouled out: Waite (Lindsay).

Highlights: Latta’s Chelsey Bennett lead all scorers with 19, while Sklyer Jenson, Casey Morgan and Tosha MacCollister chipped in 10 apiece in the Lady Panthers’ balanced attack. Latta jumped out to 28-15 halftime lead, but Lindsay stormed ahead after a 23-7 third-quarter run. Coach David Tinkler’s club came roaring back in the final stanza.

Coach’s quote: “We seem to wake up in the fourth quarter. We have really played well in the opening two quarters, but I think we are just losing our focus after getting big leads. All our players are contributing, including our young ones off the bench. We’re just looking for a game where we play all four quarters like we’re capable of,” Latta Lady Panthers head coach David Tinkler.

Record: Latta 10-5.

Next: Latta at Atoka Tuesday.





At Wanette

Wanette 55, Dibble 49

DIBBLE.....................................................9 13 18 9 — 49

WANETTE................................................11 8 14 22 — 55

DIBBLE: Char Williams 12, Kim Gilbreath 10, Summer Jordan 9, Megan Cox 7, Amber Watkins 6, Cyrinda Smith 5.

WANETTE: Megan Starks 26, Sally Wallace 15, Hallea Middleton 7, Morgan Lipsey 5, Kailee Himes 2.

3-pointers: Williams 2, Jordan, Gilbreath, Cox, Smith (D); Wallace 2, Starks, Middleton (W).

Fouled out: Jordan (D).

Highlights: The Lady Tigers outscored Dibble 22-9 in the fourth quarter and went on to gain their sixth victory of the year. Megan Starks led the charge with 26 points, while Sally Wallace pitched in 15.

Coach’s quote: “We really struggled in the first half. Nothing was falling for us early, but we finally got it going late. Megan (Starks) was 5-of-6 and Sally (Wallace) was 3-of-4 from the free throw line down the stretch,” Wanette Lady Panthers head coach Tari Dubler.

Record: Wanette 6-8.

Next: Wanette at Paden Tuesday.





BOYS

At Alex Tournament

Championship

Stratford 70, Alex 63

ALEX.......................................................16 16 22 9 — 63

STRATFORD...........................................19 25 7 19 — 70

ALEX: Steven Burton 17, Nathan Adams 12, William Houser 12, Johnathon Mills 12, Bryson Braziel 6, Kelby Kethcum 4.

STRATFORD: Garan Qualls 21, T.J. Gaines 19, Jeremy Lavorchek 17, David Stoliby 8, Jessey Coffia 2, Greg Ayers 2, Brian Carter 1.

3-pointers: Houser 4, Burton 3, Adams (A), Qualls 4 (S).

Fouled out: None.

Highlights: Stratford’s Garan Qualls scored 10 points in the fourth quarter as the Bulldogs went on a 19-9 run and captured the Alex Tournament championship. Alex had taken the lead after a 22-7 fourth-quarter run, but coach Mark Qualls’ squad came storming back. Garan Qualls led all scorers with 21, while T.J. Gaines added 19, Jeremy Lavorchek 17, and David Stoliby just missed double digits with 8. Qualls, Gaines and Lavorchek were named to the All-Tournament team.

Coach’s quote: “We built up an 18-point lead in the second quarter. We were hitting everything we put up. But the shots didn’t fall in the third quarter, and we fell behind by five. Fortunately, we hit our free throws down the stretch and beat a very good Alex team.” Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Record: Stratford 9-1.

Next: Dibble at Stratford Tuesday.



At Lindsay

Third-place game

Lindsay 58, Latta 54

LATTA...................................................15 15 13 11 — 54

LINDSAY...............................................15 7 20 16 — 58

LATTA: Jay Husband 12, Jeremi Correll 10, Isaac Vandever 9, Trevan Jimboy 9, Kolbie Brown 9, Dalton Brown 3, Chris Lutrell 2.

LINDSAY: Cody Williams 22, Collin Gentry 13, Chase Gay 8, Josh Boydston 8, Ulises Montante 4, Trent Gilbreath 3.

3-pointers: K. Brown 3, Husband 3, D. Brown (Latta); Gentry 2, Gay 2, Williams (Lindsay).

Fouled out: Williams (Lindsay).

Highlights: Latta built up a 30-22 halftime lead, but Lindsay came storming back with a 36-24 second-half run to take third place in the Lindsay Tournament. Jay Husband led the Panthers with 12 points, while Jeremi Correll also reached double-digits with 10. Isaac Vandever, Trevan Jimboy and Kolbie Brown just missed double-figures with nine points each.

Coach’s quote: “Our kids competed but we just made mistakes at the wrong time. Lindsay has an outstanding team.” Latta head coach Donnie Husband.

Record: Latta 10-5.

Next: Latta at Atoka Tuesday.



At Wynnewood

Seventh-place game

Vanoss 82, Lone Grove 68

VANOSS..............................................15 16 21 30 — 82

LONE GROVE.....................................16 20 12 20 — 68

VANOSS: Nickolas Riddle 29, Derral Isaacs 22, Jake Hawley 17, Tyler Mackey 11, Brandon Hood 3, Scott Ward 1.

LONE GROVE: McLehnnahan 15, Phipps 14, Kester 12, Futch 12, Christian 8, Jolliff 7.

3-pointers: McLehnnahan (LG); Riddle 5, Hawley 2 (V).

Fouled out: Futch (LG).

Highlights: Vanoss’ Nickolas Riddle, a 6-3 senior forward, had an outstanding game with 29 points, while Derral Isaacs was dominating inside with 22 points and 14 rebounds for head coach Shawn Reeves’ club. Jake Hawley also reached double-digits with 17, and Tyler Mackey added 11. The Wolves used a 30-20 fourth-quarter spurt to put the game away.

Coach’s quote: “We finally played a solid second half. Hopefully, we can build on that performance.” Vanoss head coach Shawn Reeves.

Record: Vanoss 4-10.

Next: Vanoss at Dale Tuesday.