Tuesday’s Games

GIRLS

At Sasakwa

Tupelo 49, Sasakwa 36

TUPELO 14 12 11 13 — 49

SASAKWA 6 8 9 13 — 36

TUPELO: Kendra Pearce 17, Brittanie Williams 11, Desiree Bell 11, Katie Campbell 10.

SASAKWA: Palmer 14, Morris 10, Ledgerwood 5, Epley 4, Prevost 3.

3-point goals: Campbell 2, Bell, Williams (T).

Fouled Out: Palmer, Ledgerwood (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Kendra Pearce scored 17 points to lead four Tupelo players in double figures for the 17th-ranked (Class B). Desiree Bell had 11 points and seven rebounds, Katie Campbell had six assists to go with 10 points, and Brittanie Williams also had 11 points for Tupelo.

COACHES QUOTE: “We didn’t shoot real well, but our defense played really well again.” — Tupelo coach Brian Davis.

Records: Tupelo 15-7.

Up Next: Roff at Tupelo Friday.



At Coalgate

Coalgate 52, Wewoka 29

WEWOKA 6 10 5 8 — 29

COALGATE 12 10 12 18 — 52

WEWOKA: Madkins 11, Starnes 5, Christopher 3, Kelly 3, Warrior 3, Hart 2, Alexander 2.

COALGATE: Mallory Walker 16, Teran Mixon 8, Shelby Austin 7, Becca Crow 6, Jamaica Pebworth 5, Josie Soukup 4, Lauren Sandman 2, Megan Sims 2, Kaylee Pebworth 2.

3-point goals: Christopher, Madkins, Warrior (W), Mixon 2, J. Pebworth (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Mallory Walker continued her torrid scoring with 16 points, and she added five rebounds and two blocked shots as the Lady Wildcats bounced back from their first loss of the season Friday at Stonewall with an impressive victory. Teran Mixon had eight points and added seven rebounds, and she also turned in a solid defensive effort for Coalgate. Lauren Sandman had only one field goal but added six rebounds and four assists in the win. The Lady Wildcats outrebounded Wewoka, 31-23, and allowed just three offensive boards.

COACHES QUOTE: “We just went about our business. Teran Mixon did an outstanding job against the Alexander girl, and we did a great job on the boards. I thought that was huge. It was a good win, and it’s about time to start getting playoff ready.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 17-1.

Up Next: Coalgate at Holdenville Friday.



At Bethel

Bethel 83, Vanoss 31

VANOSS 3 4 19 5 — 31

BETHEL 19 22 20 22 — 83

VANOSS: Jessica Welch 7, Ayla McCoy 7, Delia Henley 7, Rodi Sutton 3, Erica Sutton 2, Stefani Burk 2, Kylee Gillum 2, Whitley Sutton 1.

BETHEL: Cassil Bell 21, Kelli Adams 16, Grace Storey 15, Jessica Bible 12, Mandi Barton 6, Jordan Byers 12, Whitney Moore 2, Ashley Washburn 2, Kayla Brown 2, Kailey Luman 2.

3-point goals: Welch 2, McCoy, R. Sutton, Henley (V), Barton 2, Byers, Storey (B).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Bethel — No. 4 in Class 3A — outrebounded Vanoss, 31-17, and hit 27-of-48 field goal attempts in posting the easy victory. reb, vanoss 5-13 3-point, 6-25 2 pt., bethel 4-12, 23-36 from 2, 25-30 ft, vanoss 4-10

COACHES QUOTE: “Everywhere on the floor we were outsized by about four inches. Bethel is just really good.” — Vanoss coach Gary Self.

Records: Vanoss 9-11.

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



At Seminole

Seminole 49, Byng 39

BYNG 7 16 8 8 — 39

SEMINOLE 9 12 9 19 — 49

BYNG: Kelsey Williamson 14, Whitney Harris 9, Stacie Bell 7, Britney Lee 6, Jalena Walker 3.

SEMINOLE: Banjo 14, Myers 13, Johnson 9, Bryant 6, Young 4, Riley 2, Johnson 1.

3-point goals: Williamson 2 (B); Myers 2 (S).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Pirates couldn’t make Seminole pay for playing a zone defense, connecting on just 2-of-17 3-point shots. Still, Byng led 31-30 heading into the fourth quarter before the hosts finished the game on a 19-8 run.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was a struggle. We shot pitiful. They got the lead and we had to start fouling them and that was pretty much the difference in the game. We have five games left. Hopefully we can get things turned around by playoff time,” — Byng head coach Joe Neely.

Team Record: Byng 8-12.

Up Next: Tecumseh at Byng Friday.



At Roff

Coleman 62, Roff 53

COLEMAN 16 14 15 17 — 62

ROFF 18 15 4 16 — 53

COLEMAN: Tubbs 14, Hughes 14, C. Venegas 12, Vandevier 9, Dean 5, D. Venegas 3, Smith 2, Holder 1.

ROFF: C. J. Horton 21, Kayla Balthrop 11, McKenzie Phillips 9, Jessica Bacon 4, Tess Truett 4, Stacy Ensey 2, Jamie Fowler 2.

3-point goals: Hughes 2, Tubbs 2, Vandevier (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: C. J. Horton scored a season-high 21 points and Kayla Balthrop added 11, but Roff’s four-point third-quarter proved the Lady Tigers’ downfall against ninth-ranked (Class B) Coleman.

COACHES QUOTE: “The third quarter got us, but we’re back to playing with intensity. You never like to lose, but we can build on this one.” — Roff coach Scott Morgan.

Records: Roff 10-11

Up Next: Roff at Tupelo Friday.



At Mill Creek

Bennigton 53, Mill Creek 29

BENNINGTON 19 16 11 7 — 53

MILL CREEK 4 10 7 8 — 29

BENNINGTON: Hillary Holt 17, Brittany Redwine 10, Nicole Tickner 8, Cassie Farley 4, Brittany Fulk 4, Sarah Fulsom 5, Destiny Ferguson 3, Jamie Clark 2..

MILL CREEK: Jara Hotema 9, Timber Thomason 7, Danielle Gross 6, Misty Johnson 3, Hailey Pitmon 2, Shawna Dewitt 2.

3-point goals: Johnson (MC); Redwine 2, Holt 2 (B).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Bullfrogs got behind early and never could recover and trailed 35-14 at the break.

Team Record: Mill Creek 1-19.

Up Next: Mill Creek at Silo Feb. 7.



BOXSCORES

At McAlester

McAlester 57, Ada 49

ADA 6 16 16 11 — 49

MCALESTER 13 12 13 19 — 57

ADA: Lauren Whitworth 9-14, 8-13, 26; Molly Maloy 3-8, 0-0, 9; Jourdan Clark 2-9, 2-5, 7; Taylor Howard 2-4, 0-0, 5; Megan Foley 1-7, 0-0, 2. Totals: 17-46, 10-18, 49.

MCALESTER: Jaci Bigham 7-10, 4-4, 20; Kyla Adams 6-9, 5-6, 18; Megan Henley 3-9, 2-2, 10; Ashton Santine 0-1, 4-6, 4; Felicia Henderson 0-0, 3-6, 3; Destiny Jones 1-1, 0-0, 2. Totals: 17-33, 18-24, 57.

Turnovers: Ada 7, McAlester 10

Steals: Ada 2, McAlester 5.

Rebounds: Ada 33 (Clark 8); McAlester 27 (Adams 10).

3-point goals: Ada 5-15 (Maloy 3-8, Howard 1-3, Clark 1-3); McAlester 5-11 (Bigham 2-3, Henley 2-4, Adams 1-2).

Fouled out: Foley, Jenny Bolin (A).



At McAlester

Ada JV 35, McAlester JV 14

ADA JV 7 14 8 6 — 35

MAC JV 2 3 9 0 — 14

ADA JV: Rachael Stinchcomb 8, Jennifer Cross 8, Tori Banks 6, Lauren Whitworth 4, Katelyn Carter 4, Shelbey Franz 3, Eliza Van Horn 2.

MAC JV: Brock 5, Jones 3, Mahan 2, Boyer 2, Curry 2.

3-point goals: Franz (A); Jones (M).

Fouled out: Boyer (M).

Team Record: Ada 9-0.



At Allen

Stonewall 53, Allen 32

STONEWALL 9 9 14 21 — 53

ALLEN 9 6 10 7 — 32

STONEWALL: Tesia Worcester 6-11, 10-13, 24; Felicia Logsdon 3-6, 7-8, 14; Cherokee Brown 3-6, 0-2, 7; Rena Serpa 3-7, 0-0, 6; Tobie Daniel 1-3, 0-0, 2. Totals: 16-33, 17-23, 53.

ALLEN: Kelsey Gee 8-13, 6-9, 22; Lorissa Skelton 2-5, 0-0, 4; Brittnea Nemecek 2-4, 0-0, 4; Danli Mills 1-4, 0-0, 2. Totals: 13-33, 6-9, 32.

Turnovers: Stonewall 11, Allen 18.

Steals: Stonewall 11 (Worcester 4, Daniel 3), Allen 4 (Gee 2).

Rebounds: Stonewall 25 (Daniel 6, Serpa 5), Allen 21 (Skelton 9, Gee 8).

3-point goals: Stonewall 4-8 (Worcester 2-4, Brown 1-2, Logsdon 1-2), Allen 0-5.

Fouled Out: Jerrica Mullicane (A).

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