Tuesday’s Game

BOYS

At Antlers

Coalgate 38, Antlers 33

COALGATE 8 7 14 9 — 38

ANTLERS 2 4 11 16 — 33

COALGATE: Tyler Ennis 22, Colt Impson 7, J. W. Stanley 4, Luke Palmer 3, Terry Pope 2.

ANTLERS: Johnson 8, Gardner 8, Guest 7, Yates 5, Dalst 4, Rethman 1

3-point goals: Ennis, Impson (C), Guest (A)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Junior Tyler Ennis continued to be one of the area’s hottest players, scoring 22 points and adding 10 rebounds as Coalgate blew most of a 15-6 halftime lead but remained unbeaten on the season.

COACHES QUOTE: “We didn’t play very well. Last week (Coalgate won three games in taking the boys title at the Southeastern Shootout in McAlester) took a lot out of us,” — Coalgate coach Taylor Wiebner.

Team Record: Coalgate 6-0

Up Next: Hartshorne at Coalgate Friday (Homecoming).



At Moss

Moss 65, Sasakwa 63 (OT)

SASAKWA 16 8 9 23 7 — 63

MOSS 9 4 19 24 9 — 65

SASAKWA LEADERS: John Choate 13, Osabi Illes 12.

MOSS: Kyle Berryhill 19, Andy Stapp 18.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played very hard with good effort, but had three starters foul out and made very poor decisions late in the game,” — Sasakwa head coach Doug Isaacs.

Team Record: Sasakwa 0-6.

Up Next: Bowlegs at Sasakwa Friday.



GIRLS

At Moss

Sasakwa 55, Moss 41

SASAKWA 16 9 13 17 — 55

MOSS 11 8 6 16 — 41

SASAKWA LEADERS: Cerissa Palmer 19, Nikki Nail 13, Linda Epley 9.

MOSS LEADERS: Kaycee Long 8, Kendra Blaylock 6, Kyra Underwood 6.

COACHES QUOTE: “We played pretty good overall, shooting the ball very well and limiting our turnovers,” — Sasakwa head coach Doug Isaacs.

Team Record: Sasakwa 5-2.

Up Next: Bowlegs at Sasakwa Friday.

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