Tuesday’s Games

GIRLS

At Coalgate

Coalgate 60, Tushka 27

TUSHKA 2 8 5 12 — 27

COALGATE 13 17 12 18 — 60

TUSHKA: Whitehead 10, Branscum 4, Hall 4, Richards 4, Hill 2, Tomlinson 2, Durbin 1.

COALGATE: Mallory Walker 16, Lauren Sandman 11, Jamaica Pebworth 8, Teran Mixon 8, Megan Sims 4, Echo Adcock 3, Becca Crow 2, Shelby Austin 2, Josie Soukup 2, Kalee Pebworth 2, Jennifer Sandman 2.

3-point goals: J. Pebworth 2, Mixon 2, Adcock (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Sophomore Mallory Walker scored 16 points, and Teran Mixon had eight points, eight assists and four steals as Coalgate romped to its 19th win in 20 starts. The Lady Wildcats hit 53 percent of their shots while limiting Tushka to 8-for-23 from the field, and they also forced 29 turnovers. Lauren Sandman joined Walker in double figures for Coalgate, and Jordan Helton, although she didn’t score, had seven assists and four steals in the win.

COACHES QUOTE: “It’s easy for us to be looking ahead, but we did a good job of taking care of business.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Records: Coalgate 19-1.

Up Next: Coalgate at Antlers Friday.



At Calera

Stonewall 57, Calera 26

STONEWALL 20 7 16 14 — 57

CALERA 4 6 6 10 — 26

STONEWALL: Rena Serpa 19, Felicia Logsdon 12, Shelby Lackey 6, Kristy Byrd 5, Tesia Worcester 4, Terra Christian 4, Tamara Thomas 4, Kayla Byrd 3.

CALERA: Caitlin Coker 7, Megan Derryberry 6, Jessica Phillips 4, Ali Metcalf 3, Stormy Lamar 2, Evelyn Wade 2, Chelsea Carr 2.

3-point goals: Kayla Byrd, Kristi Byrd (S); Coker (C).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Longhorns rolled in their regular season finale, bolting to a 20-4 first-quarter lead. Rena Serpa scored a game-high 19 points while Felicia Logsdon added 12 points, 13 rebounds and eight assists, just missing a triple double. Stonewall was without the services of starting guard Cherokee Brown, who was home battling illness.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re glad the playoffs are here. It’s kind of been building up,” — Stonewall head coach Christie Jennings.

Team Record: Stonewall 23-1.

Up Next: Stonewall vs. TBA Saturday, 6:30 p.m. at Class A District Tournament in Stonewall.



At Tupelo

Tupelo 74, Milburn 16

MILBURN 3 2 6 5 — 16

TUPELO 17 21 25 11 — 74

MILBURN: Jacee Ford 5, Jessica Collins 4, Kearstee Rhea 3, Brittany Caldwell 2, Brittaney Habgood 2.

TUPELO: Kendra Pearce 25, Katie Campbell 15, Brittanie Williams 15, Desiree Bell 9, Katelyn Roberts 8, Kaci Bullard 2.

3-point goals: Ford (M); Campbell 2, Williams, Pearce (T).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Lady Tigers bolted to a 38-5 by halftime on Senior Night. Kendra Pearce scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds while Katie Campbell had her second straight double-double with 15 points and 10 assists to go with five boards. Desiree Bell’s good night included nine points, five steals and eight assists.

COACHES QUOTES: “I think this group is ready for the playoffs,” — Tupelo head coach Brian Davis.

Team Record: Tupelo 17-7.

Up Next: Tupelo vs. Hanna Thursday, 6:30 p.m. at Class B District Tournament in Calvin.

At Asher

Macomb 43, Asher 39

MACOMB 18 12 9 4 — 43

ASHER 8 14 12 5 — 39

MACOMB: Mandy Mitchell 13, Chelsey McNutt 11, Courtney Sears 8, Darcy Flannigan 7, Ryleigh Byrum 4.

ASHER: Destiny Graham 14, Kristen Murray 9, Cassie Black 6, Patty Stevens 5, Cassie Sexton 3, Kristie Rollins 2.

3-point goals: McNutt, Mitchell, Flannigan (M).

Fouled out: Sears (M).

NOTEWORTHY: The Asher Lady Indians almost dug themselves out of a 10-point first-quarter hole before seeing a rally fall short. Macomb had handed Asher a pair of lopsided losses earlier this season.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re right there. We’eve been playing tought lately. I feel like we’re playing our best when we should be. We’ve gained some confidence,” — Asher head coach Marion Reimers.

Up Next: Asher vs. Paoli Friday, 6:30 p.m. at Class B District Tournament in Wanette.

At Holdenville

Holdenville 41, Byng 30

BYNG 12 3 10 5 — 30

HOLDENVILLE 9 13 10 9 — 41

BYNG: Stacie Bell 9, Whitney Harris 8, Brittney Lee 6, Kelsey Williamson 4, Kayla Johnson 2, Jalena Walker 1.

HOLDENVILLE: D. Stallings 13, A. Stalllings 9, Johnson 7, Morgan 7, Harjo 2.

3-point goals: A. Stallings 3 (H); Bell 2 (B).

Fouled Out: Harris, Lee (B).

NOTEWORTHY: Byng shot just 20 percent (10-for-49) from the field and 2-for-18 from beyond the arc, and Holdenville outrebounded the Lady Pirates, 39-28. Stacie Bell led Byng in scoring, while Brooke Harris had seven rebounds in the loss.

Records: Byng 8-14

Up Next: Durant at Byng Friday.



At Dale

Dale 58, Konawa 30

KONAWA 8 5 9 8 — 30

DALE 15 8 15 20 — 58

KONAWA: Rehea Grant 11, Kelsey Howard 6, Rachael Cole 6, Hilary Kuestersteffen 5, Jacklyn Nail 2.

DALE: Kania 17, Hickman 16, Crawford 10, B. Patnaude 8, Land 3, Lawson 2, A. Patnaude 2.

3-point goals: Howard 2, Grant (K), Kania 5, B. Patnaude 2, Hickman, Crawford, Land (D).

Fouled Out: Erin Fixico (K).

NOTEWORTHY: Konawa hit just 11-of-46 from the field and didn’t get into the bonus in either half. Rehea Grant was the only Lady Tiger in double figures, and Rachael Cole and Lindsey Keene had six rebounds apiece in the loss.

COACHES QUOTE: “If Dale can play better than that, I don’t want to play them. They were just unmercifully hot.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Konawa 11-10

Up Next: Coalgate at Konawa Tuesday.

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