Tuesday’s Games

At Lawton Mac

Lawton Mac 42, Ada 32

ADA 2 6 13 11 — 32

LAWTON MAC 10 9 9 14 — 42

ADA: Lauren Whitworth 11, Katelyn Carter 5, Taylor Howard 4, Jenni Bolin 2, Erin Walling 2.

LAWTON: Dejanne Fountain 18, Amanda Weatherly 8, Alexis French 6, Arianna Carol 5, Chelsi Baza 4, Marcella Hubert 1.

3-point goals: Carter (A); Carol, Weatherly 2 (LM).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Ada girls got off to a slow start, managing just eight first-half points. The Lady Cougars cut their deficit to single digits for most of the second half but Lawton Mac’s Dejanne Fountain hit 10-of-11 free throws in the final eight minutes to keep Ada at bay.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was a pretty rough first half. We played a whole lot better in the second half. We went to a trap-zone defense and got a lot of steals, but we gave up too many offensive rebounds out of that defense,” — Ada head coach Michelle Shannon.

Team Records: Ada 0-1; Lawton Mac 4-1.

Up Next: Ada vs. Elk City Friday, 4 p.m.; Ada vs. Elgin Saturday, 5:30 p.m. at Elgin Festival.

At Mill Creek

Tupelo 76, Mill Creek 47

TUPELO 21 20 19 16 — 76

MILL CREEK 9 11 7 20 — 47

TUPELO: Katie Campbell 24, Shanna Davidson 12, Chesna Henry 12, Megan Bray 10, Josie Soukup 6, Ari Rice 4, Lindsey Davidson 4, Amber Roberson 2, Samantha Stein 2.

MILL CREEK: Tamera Thomas 13, Jacey Ford 8, Jara Hotema 6, Stormy Roberts 6, Timber Thomison 5, Amber Stephens 5, ShiAnne Smith 4.

3-point goals: Campbell 2, Bray (T), Stephens (M)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Katie Çampbell had a double-double with 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead four players in double figures, and Tupelo built a 60-27 lead after three quarters en route to the easy victory. Freshmen Shanna Davidson and Chesna Henry had 12 points and six rebounds apiece and sophomore Megan Bray added 10 points for the Lady Tigers, who got five steals from senior Ari Rice (and 14 overall) in the win.

COACHES QUOTE: “We got to play a lot of people. I think the girls were kind of looking forward to Friday.” — Tupelo coach Brian Davis.

Team Records: Tupelo 7-3, Mill Creek 3-9

Up Next: Tupelo at Vanoss Friday, Tupelo at Sasakwa Monday; Stringtown at Mill Creek Thursday.

At Antlers

Coalgate 57, Antlers 28

COALGATE 15 10 15 17 — 57

ANTLERS 10 2 4 12 — 28

COALGATE: Malory Walker 20, Jennifer Sandmann 12, Kalee Pebworth 7, Maurica Girten 6, Becca Crow 5, Jordan Helton 2, Mariah Burgess 2, Karnie Gilliam 2, Robynne Lambert 1.

ANTLERS: Bailey 13, Martin 7, Spears 4, Arthur 2, Kibby 2.

3-point goals: Crow, Girten (C), Bailey 2, Martin (A)

Fouled Out: Martin (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Senior Malory Walker scored 20 points and added seven rebounds and four blocked shots, and Coalgate was 9-for-14 from the field in the second half and 19-for-36 overall in the easy win over Antlers to snap the first two-game losing streak in coach Jim Jenson’s two-plus season as coach of the Lady Wildcats. Jennifer Sandmann had 12 points and five steals, and Kalee Pebworth added seven points and five rebounds in the win.

COACHES QUOTE: “At this point, any win is a good win. We needed it. I thought in the second half we looked like our old selves. We just missed five shots, and we finally played with some confidence. That’s what we’ve been lacking.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 3-3.

Up Next: Hartshorne at Coalgate Friday for Homecoming.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 66, Wapanucka 45

WAPANUCKA 13 8 8 16 — 45

STONEWALL 26 18 14 8 — 66

WAPANUCKA: L. Martin 18, M. Harrison 6, C. Taylor 6, S. Ingram 5, D. Collins 5, M. Robertson 3, K. McFeeters 2.

STONEWALL: Tesia Worcester 22, Shelby Lackey 18, Kayla Byrd 8, Tyla Transue 6, Cherokee Brown 4, Alyssa Reed 3, Neicole Thompson 3, Brettney Brady 2.

3-point goals: Ingram, Taylor, Collins, Robertson (W), Worcester, Thompson, Reed, Lackey (S)

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Senior guard Tesia Worcester had her first career triple double with a season-high 22 points, 10 steals and 10 assists, and Shelby Lackey scored 18 points to lead Stonewall past Wapanucka.

COACHES QUOTE: “I was pleased with the effort. We have a long week this week with three games, and we need to get three wins to get back on track. Defensively, Tesia is really turning it on. She’s getting a lot of confidence back and leading the charge for us on defense.” — Stonewall coach Christie Jennings.

Team Record: Stonewall 7-3

Up Next: Pittsburg at Stonewall Thursday, Stonewall at Asher Friday.

At Konawa

Konawa 57, Holdenville 40

HOLDENVILLE 7 13 10 10 — 40

KONAWA 14 11 16 16 — 57

HOLDENVILLE: Rachel Morgan 17, Ashlyn Stallings 12, Mary Mudd 7, Brittany Skipworth 2.

KONAWA: Kelsey Howard 18, Rehea Grant 18, Kassandra McClain 6, Sydney Stoup 4, Hilary Kuestersteffen 4, Chelsa Porter 3, Erin Fixico 3, Mandy Yellowfish 1.

3-point goals: Howard 2, Fixico (K), Stallings 2 (H).

Fouled Out: None.

COACHES QUOTE: “We just kind of went through the motions. Rehea and Kelsey played really well.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Team Record: Konawa 5-0.

Up Next: Stratford at Konawa Friday.

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