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Easy opener Allen's Carley Collard heads to the basket while Calvin's Megan Brigden gives chase during the Lady Mustangs' 73-30 win at home Tuesday night. Collard scored 13 to lead her team.

Photo by Richard R. Barron
Ada Evening News

Tuesday’s Games


At Colbert

Byng 50, Colbert 21

BYNG    16    14    8    12  —  50

COLBERT    5    3    5    8  —  21

BYNG: Dayton Hendricks 12, Stormy Sayre 9, Raetchel Gray 6, Ashton Johnson 6, Rachel Wainscott 4, Presli Manuel 4, Brenna Williamson 3, Mahgen Boissenin 2, Shay Grove 2, Sundiin Bohan 2.

COLBERT: Morgan Wright 4, Taylor Lyons 4, Gina Mowles 3, Tara Andrews 3, Bailey Weger 2, Miranda Reed 2, Logan Carbaugh 2, Taylor Reeve 1.

3-point goals: Hendricks 2, Williamson, Sayre (B), Andrews (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Dayton Hendricks scored 12 points to lead a balanced attack, and Byng cruised to the season-opening victory on the road. Stormy Sayre had nine points and Raetchel Gray and Ashton Johnson added six apiece for the Lady Pirates, who hit 19-of-37 shots (including 4-of-8 from long range) and outscored the host Lady Leopards, 30-8, in the first half.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was a good way to start the year. Defensively we were really good, and we made some good shots and got contributions from a bunch of people.” — Byng coach Matt Fike.

Team Records: Byng 1-0

Up Next: Byng at Latta Friday.

At Maysville

Maysville 42, Asher 39 (OT)

ASHER    9    10    12    4    4    —    39

MAYSVILLE    6    7    10    12    7    —    42

ASHER: Erin Casey 16, Jamee McDonald 9, Kasadi Reimers 8, Summer Wuahdooah 2, Tristan Milburn 2, Alissa Oliphant 2.

MAYSVILLE: Holbert 10, Hatfield 10, Sharber 7, House 6, Denton 3, Cordell 3.

3-point goals: McDonald 2 (A), Hatfield 2, Denton (M).

Fouled Out: Alesha Huggins (A).

NOTEWORTHY: Asher led by as many as 12 points in the third quarter, but Maysville tied the score on a free throw with four seconds left in regulation and never trailed in overtime. Erin Casey scored a game-high 16 points and Jamee McDonald — who gave the Lady Indians a 35-34 lead on a free throw with 30 seconds remaining — added nine in the loss.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was a game that we controlled for three and a half quarters and we let it slip away at the end.” — Asher coach Jason Schroeder.

Team Records: Asher 1-6.

Up Next: Asher at Allen Friday.

At Latta

Bethel 62, Latta 43

BETHEL    21    13    18    10  —  62

LATTA      6    17      9    11  —  43

BETHEL: Sami Martin 20, Taylor Cooper 13, Megan Acklin 10, Kylee Tatum 7, Shaylynn Flanagan 6, McKenzie Cooper 6.

LATTA: Kaitlin Hisaw 10, Kortney West 9, Chelsea Ellenberg 8, Madison Snowden 5, Teagan Tully 4, Amy Hooser 2, Makenzi Lamb 2, Carlee Henderson 2, Shelby Parnacher 1.

3-point goals: West 2 (L), Martin 2 (B).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Sami Martin scored 20 points to lead Bethel (No. 3 in Class 3A) to the road win over cold-shooting Latta. Taylor Cooper and Megan Acklin were also in double figures for the visitors, who held the Lady Panthers 14 field goals in 44 attempts. Latta was also just 15-for-29 from the free throw line. Kaitlin Hisaw had 10 points, Kortney West added nine points, and Chelsea Ellenberg had eight points and five rebounds for the Lady Panthers, who had a modest two-game winning streak snapped.

COACHES QUOTE: “We had trouble getting started, and we were terrible from the line. You don’t like to get beat that bad, but I saw some good things. Bethel is a really good team, and they exposed some things we need to do better.” — Latta coach David Tinkler.

Team Records: Latta 2-2.

Up Next: Byng at Latta Friday.

At Allen

Allen 73, Calvin 30

CALVIN      9    10    3    8  —  30

ALLEN    25    24    15    9  —  73

CALVIN: Courtney Nolen 14, Katie Rogers 9, Holly Jones 3, Jeryn Fenley 2, Emily Carter 2.

ALLEN: Carley Collard 13, Jordyn Mills 12, Amber Coody 10, Jocee Bailey 6, Erin Warren 6, Beyla Skelton 6, Chelsea Coody 4, Kyla McGee 2, Marissa Prentice 2, Brandie Horton 2, Meghan Dohlman 2.

3-point goals: Mills 3, Warren 2, Collard (A).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Carley Collard scored 13 points to pace three players in double figures, and Allen opened the season with an easy win over Calvin. Jordyn Mills had 12 points and Amber Coody added 10 for the Lady Mustangs, who got at least four points from seven different players and scoring from 11.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was nice to get that first game under our belt and get things started. We were tired of practicing against ourselves.” — Allen coach Jeremy Strong.

Team Records: Allen 1-0

Up Next: Allen at Weleetka Thursday, Pittsburg at Calvin Thursday.

At Silo

Coalgate 51, Silo 39

COALGATE    12    13    13    13  —  51

SILO    10    9    5    15  —  39

COALGATE: Lacy Walker 17, Cherokee Acker 7, Tandra Elkins 7, Jade Ward 6, Alex Linum 4, Landon Garcia 4, Brooklyn Hughes 2, Luci Palmer 2, Shelby Martindale 2.

SILO: Burns 14, Stanley 11, Duncan 5, Belton 5, Hayes 4.

3-point goals: Elkins, Acker (C), Burns, Stanley (S).

Fouled Out: Hayes (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Sophomore Lacy Walker scored 17 points on 6-of-7 shooting in her first varsity start, and Coalgate cruised to the season-opening victory at Silo. Cherokee Acker had seven points and Tandra Elkins added seven points and a team-high five rebounds for the Lady Wildcats, who started two sophomores and played three freshmen in the game. Coalgate hit 15-of-20 free throws.

COACHES QUOTE: “For game one and playing a lot of youth we played well. Lacy Walker had an outstanding game.” — Coalgate coach Jim Jenson.

Team Records: Coalgate 1-0

Up Next: Coalgate at Hartshorne Friday.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 42, Rock Creek 30

ROCK CREEK    11    6      9      4  —  30

STONEWALL    11    4    12    15  —  42

ROCK CREEK: Devyn Johnson 12, Raylee Mitchell 7, Hayley Heflin 5, Harlie Heflin 2, Breanna Akins 2, Krislan Winnett 2.

STONEWALL: Bradianne Daniel 9, Brittany Gipson 8, Savannah Burwell 8, Paige Curtis 4, Hayle Snell 3, Brettney Brady 3, Cheyanne Miller 3, Kim Helms 2, Breann Gipson 2.

3-point goals: H. Heflin (RC); Burwell 2, Daniel (S).

Fouled out: Johnson (RC).

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall trailed 17-15 at the half but outscored Rock Creek 27-13 over the final two quarters to pull away and stay unbeaten. No Stonewall player reached double digits but Bradianne Daniel just missed with nine points.

COACHES QUOTE: “I thought after Thanksgiving we came out with a lack of intenstivy, but we gutted it out and found a way to win. We’ll have to play much better on Friday,” — Stonewall head coach Christie Jennings.

Team Record: Stonewall 7-0.

Up Next: Stonewall at Tupelo Friday.

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