Thursday’s Games

GIRLS

At Southeastern Oklahoma Shootout

First Round

Eufaula 57, Coalgate 38

COALGATE    8    2    7    21  —  38

EUFAULA    18    14    16      9  —  57

COALGATE: Alex Linam 12, Lacy Walker 11, Tandra Elkins 8, Brooklyn Hughes 4, Landon Garcia 2, Cherokee Acker 1.

EUFAULA: Scott 19, Ford 15, Wiedle 9, Jones 8, Smith 4, Williams 2.

3-point goals: Elkins 2 (C), Ford 3, Scott 2 (E)

Fouled Out: Jade Ward (C).

NOTEWORTHY: Eufaula raced to a 48-17 lead after three quarters and handed Coalgate its third straight loss. Alex Linam had 12 points and six rebounds, and sophomore Lacy Walker added 11 points and eight boards in the loss, but the Lady Wildcats gave up 17 offensive rebounds — including nine in the first quarter that Eufaula turned in 18 points. Coalgate shot 26 percent in the first half to fall behind 32-10.

COACHES QUOTE: “They just killed us on the boards. We just didn’t show up to play.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Team Records: Coalgate 1-3

Up Next: Coalgate vs. Savanna JV, 11 a.m. today in loser’s bracket

First Round

Konawa 49, Weleetka 27

KONAWA    17    14    16      2  —  49

WELEETKA      5      1      6    15  —  27

KONAWA: Chelsea Gillum 18, Nikki Nail 12, Melanie Gladden 6, Allison Yellowfish 4, Courtney Capps 3, Emily Mocabee 2, Ciara Kuestersteffen 2, Sarah Johnson 2.

WELEETKA: Lindsay Williams 7, Shyla Lane 6, Mary Tiger 4, Kylie Williamson 4, Alexis Lowry 2, Autumn Creason 2, Lexy Posey 2.

3-point goals: Williams (W).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Chelsea Gillum stayed red-hot with 18 points, and Nikki Nail added 12 as Konawa (No. 12 in Class 2A) remained unbeaten and moved into the semifinals.

Team Records: Konawa 3-0.

Up Next: Konawa vs. Valliant, 4:30 p.m. today in semifinals.

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    Editor's Note: Due to space limitations, Thursday's Boys Basketball Capsules will appear in Sunday's edition of The Ada Evening News.

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