Tuesday’s Games

BOYS

At Marlow

Stratford 101, Central 64

STRATFORD 24 29 24 24 — 101

CENTRAL 16 16 14 18 — 64

STRATFORD: T.J. Gaines 29, Garan Qualls 28, Jeremy Lavorchek 13, Jesse Coffia 12, Brian Carter 9, Greg Ayers 8, Michael Haynes 2.

CENTRAL: Cody Johnson 28, Brody Taliaferro 14, Michael Whisenhunt 10, Wilson Nease 6, Kris Mullen 4, Chris Stone 2.

3-point goals: Gaines 3, Qualls 2, Carter 2 (S).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Stratford steadily built a big lead throughout the game and cruised to the easy victory. T.J. Gaines led the Bulldogs’ offensive explosion with 29 points while Garan Qualls was just off the pace with 28. Jeremy Lavorchek added 13 points and 10 rebounds. The Bulldogs were 20-of-26 from the free throw line.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was good to go up there and get a win. Central always has good athletes and their post player (Cody Johnson) can play,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Team Record: Stratford 16-3.

Up Next: Paoli at Stratford Friday.



At Sasakwa

Tupelo 75, Sasakwa 51

TUPELO 31 16 19 9 — 75

SASAKWA 12 13 11 15 — 51

TUPELO: Cameron Mann 21, William Boaz 16, Randy McCurry 15, Jason Wyszynski 10, Casey McCollum 4, Logan Lynch 4, Aaron Acosta 2, David Wyszynski 2, Jace Bastible 1.

SASAKWA: Hill 16, P. Cellars 13, Epley 10, Poafpybitty 6, Johnston 2, McClain 2, Osborne 1, Wind 1.

3-point goals: McCurry 3 (T), Poafpybitty 2, Epley 2 (S).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Cameron Mann scored 21 points to lead four Tupelo players in double figures and also pulled down five rebounds, and the Tigers scored a season-best 31 points in the opening quarter to put the game away. William Boaz had a season-high 16 points in the victory and added five rebounds, Jason Wyszynski had 10 points and added six rebounds, Randy McCurry hit three 3-pointers and finished with 15, and Casey McCollum had nine assists, seven steals and four rebounds to go with four points.

COACHES QUOTE: “We came out the first quarter and set the tone. From that point on, we just kind of coasted. I was a little upset with our defense from that point, but we built a big lead and got some guys some playing time.” — Tupelo coach Clay Weller.

Records: Tupelo 15-7

Up Next: Roff at Tupelo Friday.



At Coalgate

Wewoka 80, Coalgate 63

WEWOKA 22 25 25 8 — 80

COALGATE 9 11 20 23 — 63

WEWOKA: Mitchell Tilley 26, Brian Perry 14, Gordon 10, Cheatwood 8, Virgil Tilley 8, Winston Jackson 6, Beaver 4, William 2, Arge 2.

COALGATE: Daniel Stingley 16, Tyler Ennis 12, Shawn Linton 9, Steve DeLay 7, Chad Impson 5, Cheifton Camp 4, Josh Featherston 4, Cody Stacy 2, Marcus John 2, Ryan Graham 1.

3-point goals: M. Tilley 2, V. Tilley 2 (W); Impson, DeLay (C).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The high-flying Tigers (No. 2 in Class 2A) got off to a quick start and cruised past the ‘Cats. Daniel Stingley scored 16 to lead Coalgate. Mitchell Tilley led Wewoka with 26.

COACHES QUOTE: “Those two kids (Mitchell and Virgil Tilley) are so quick. You can’t simulate that in practice. And if you start going downhill it really snowballs. The first eight minutes was a disaster,” — Coalgate head coach Jack Ward.

Team Record: Coalgate 11-7.

Up Next: Coalgate at Holdenville Friday.



At Seminole

Seminole 49, Byng 45

BYNG 13 2 17 13 — 45

SEMINOLE 11 12 9 17 — 49

BYNG: Heath Wall 14, Jordan Parnacher 9, Preston Petty 9, Ryan Haynes 7, Caleb Timmons 4, Glen MItchell 2.

SEMINOLE: Les Mayes 21, Brian Hoey 15, Kelby Moore 5, John Beavers 4, Jared Robertson 2, Bobby Rhodes 2.

3-point goals: Wall 2, Petty 2, Parnacher, Haynes (B); Hoey (S).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Pirates couldn’t get much going offensively and ended up shooting just 24.1 percent from the field (13-of-54). Seminole outscored Byng 12-2 in the second quarter. Other than that, Byng played well. The Pirates committed just nine turnovers, hit 12-of-15 free throws and out-rebounded the Chieftains 35-22. Byng starters Caleb Timmons, Ryan Haynes and Preston Petty all battled through early foul trouble.

COACHES QUOTE: “We just didn’t shoot the ball at all. When you look at the stats, you feel like you would have won if we had scored at all,” — Byng head coach Tommy Eaton.

Team Record: Byng 13-7.

Up Next: Tecumseh at Byng Friday.



At Mill Creek

Mill Creek 87, Bennington 42

BENNINGTON 10 5 14 13 — 42

MILL CREEK 28 13 25 21 — 87

MILL CREEK: Josh Courtney 20, Stephen McCracken 18, Bud Beratto 13, Bryan Gordon 12, Toby Blevins 10, Bryce Brian 5, Kenny Haynes 4, Nikki Walker 3, Bryce Beratto 2.

BENNINGTON: Derek Perry 21, Preston Wells 8, Jesse Jackson 7, Henry Allen 4, Bobby Boydston 2.

3-point goals: Blevins, Bryan, Courtney 2, Bud Beratto, Walker (MC).,

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Bullfrogs raced to a 28-10 first-quarter lead and cruised to their 18th win of the season.

Team Record: Mill Creek 18-5.

Up Next: Mill Creek at Silo Feb. 7.



At Bethel

Bethel 82, Vanoss 56

VANOSS 14 9 14 19 — 56

BETHEL 21 26 14 21 — 82

VANOSS: Nickolas Riddle 15, Tyler Mackey 13, Evan Anderson 10, Derral Isaacs 8, Scott Ward 5, Jake Hawley 5.

BETHEL: Nate Martin 20, Trey Sears 13, Dylan Howard 13, Tyler Martin 9, Grant Johnson 9, Jace Johnson 6, Steven McElhany 4, Garrett Babb 3, David Raney 3, Kevin Cantrell 2.

3-point goals: Riddle, Hawley (V), Howard 3, Sears 2, G. Johnson 2, Martin, Babb (B).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Bethel sprinted to a 47-23 lead and coasted to the easy win. Nickolas Riddle (15), Tyler Mackey (13) and Evan Anderson (10) were in double figures for Vanoss in the loss.

Records: Vanoss 6-14.

Up Next: Allen at Vanoss Friday, Vanoss at Asher Saturday.



At Roff

Roff 60, Coleman 25

COLEMAN 4 6 9 6 — 25

ROFF 10 14 20 16 — 60

COLEMAN: Holder 10, Sampson 6, Covan 4, Richardson 3, Willingham 2.

ROFF: Dearth Parker 20, Jason Trimmer 12, Patrick Blevins 7, C. J. Stewart 6, Atlee Kile 6, Joe Sanchez 3, Quinton Blevins 2, Glenn Cornell 2, Shannon Underwood 2.

3-point goals: Richardson (C), Parker 4, Trimmer 2, Stewart 2, Blevins, Sanchez (R).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Roff rebounded from its first loss of the season with an easy win over Coleman behind Dearth Parker’s 20 points. Jason Trimmer was also in double figures for the Tigers, who hit 10 3-pointers in the game.

COACHES QUOTE: “We came out a little bit flat, but we played a lot better the second half.” — Roff coach Darrick Farriell.

Records: Roff 20-1.

Up Next: Roff at Tupelo Friday.

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