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Roff boys edge Dale Roff's Remington Pope and the rest of the Tigers upset Dale 49-44 at home Tuesday night. Brendon Barr scored a game-high 27 points in the victory. The Dale girls opened the night with a 62-31 win. No other information was available at press time.

Photo by Richard R. Barron
Ada Evening News

Tuesday’s Games


At Earlsboro

Earlsboro 55, Asher 41

ASHER    12      9    6    14  —  41

EARLSBORO    13    27    9      6  —  55

ASHER: Erin Casey 9, Tristan Milburn 9, Brandi Doshier 6, Kasadi Reimers 5, Jamee McDonald 4, Alisha Huggins 3, Summer Wauahdooah 2, Sarah Wauahdooah 2, Alissa Oliphant 1.

EARLSBORO: Megan Ashley 13, Kyla Hawkins 12, Brianna Anderson 9, Lauren Brannon 8, Jordan Lasley 6, Brittany Coon 4, Raven McClain 3.

3-point goals: Huggins (A), Ashley, Hawkins, McClain (E).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Earlsboro built a 40-21 halftime lead and cruised to the easy win over Asher. Megan Ashley and Kyla Hawkins were in double figures for the hosts, while Erin Casey and Tristan scored nine points apiece for the visiting Lady Indians.

COACHES QUOTE: “We had a really bad second quarter and just couldn’t overcome that. We played much better the second half but couldn’t dig ourselves out of the hole.” — Asher coach Jason Schroeder.

Team Records: Asher 1-5; Earslboro 3-1.

Up Next: Asher at Maysville Tuesday.


At Earlsboro

Earlsboro 53, Asher 21

ASHER      0    10      7      4  —  21

EARLSBORO    17    12    13    11  —  53

ASHER: Zac Fowler 9, C. J. Sisco 5, Trent Boles 3, Matt Palmer 2, Damian Doshier 2.

EARLSBORO: Zac Miller 18, Andrew Burton 16, Doyle Stryker 6, Dayvon Anderson 5, Austin Hopper 4, Brandon Reeves 4.

3-point goals: Fowler, Boles (A), Anderson, Miller (E).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Asher never recovered from a 17-0 deficit after one quarter and lost for just the second time in the young season. Zac Miller and Andrew Burton combined for 34 points for Earlsboro while Zac Miller led the Indians with nine points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We got outplayed in every phase of the game. We got off to a terrible start and folded our tent and didn’t respond very well.” — Asher coach Jason Schroeder.

Team Records: Asher 4-2; Earlsboro 4-0.

Up Next: Asher at Maysville Tuesday.



Tuesday, Nov. 30

Asher at Maysville

Calvin at Allen

Byng at Colbert

Coalgate at Silo

Konawa at Stratford

Bethel at Latta

OSD JV at Mill Creek

Rock Creek at Stonewall

Vanoss at Tupelo

Wednesday, Dec. 1

Vanoss at Pauls Valley Tournament

Thursday, Dec. 2

Allen at Weleetka

Pittsburg at Calvin

Paoli at Mill Creek

Friday, Dec. 3

Asher at Allen

Tecumseh at Ada

Byng at Latta

Coalgate at Hartshorne

Meeker at Konawa

Stonewall at Tupelo

Stratford at Vanoss

Seminole at Sulphur

Monday, Dec. 6

Ada at East Central Oklahoma Classic, TBA.

Allen (G) vs. Calvin 5 p.m; Allen (B) vs. Calvin, 6:20 p.m.; Tupelo (G) vs. Asher, 7:40 p.m.; Roff (B) vs. Wanette, 9 p.m. at 2010 Pontotoc Conference Tournament.

Mill Creek at Stringtown

Stratford at Big 8 Tournament (at Paoli)

Tuesday, Dec. 7

Bethel at Byng

Tishomingo at Coalgate

Latta at Konawa

Coleman at Mill Creek

Davis at Sulphur

Wanette (G) vs. Stonewall, 5 p.m.; Tupelo (B) vs. Vanoss, 6:20 p.m.; Roff (G) vs. Vanoss, 7:40 p.m.; Asher (B) vs. Stonewall, 9 p.m. at 2010 Pontotoc Conference Tournament.



Saturday’s Game


9th Grade

At Byng Tournament


Ada 39, Byng 20

ADA    5    14    14    6  —  39

BYNG    3      5      8    4  —  20

ADA: Black 11, Blakely 10, Jewett 6, Dean 4, Thomsen 4, Boydstun 2, Pruitt 2.

BYNG: Abbott 6, A. Hill 6, T. Hill 3, Hudson 3, Grove 2.

3-point goals: Dean (A).

Fouled out: Jewett (A).

Team Record: Ada 3-0.

Up Next: McAleser at Ada Nov. 29, 6 p.m.

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