Tuesday’s Games

BOYS

At Dale

Dale 58, Konawa 41

KONAWA 10 15 6 10 — 41

DALE 14 14 15 15 — 58

KONAWA: Ronnie Osborn 8, Lee Mullins 8, Andrew Barnard 8, Ethan Johnson 8, Tyler Henshall 8, Shane Anderson 1.

DALE: Coon 17, Hickman 16, Melton 10, Anderson 6, Phillips 6, B. Banks 2, J. Banks 1.

3-point goals: Johnson 2 (K), Coon, Hickman (D).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Jared Coon had 17 points — including six in the pivotal third quarter — to lead three Dale players in double figures in the victory. Ronnie Osborn was one of five Konawa players with eight points and added eight rebounds, while Ethan Johnson had eight points and four assists for the Tigers, who had 14 turnovers and hit 18-of-37 from the field.

COACHES QUOTE: “Defensively, we played well in the first half but couldn’t keep them out of the paint in the second half. Offensively, we just missed to many easy shots. It was a closer game than the final score.” — Konawa coach Gordon Garner.

Records: Konawa 12-8.

Next Up: Coalgate at Konawa Tuesday.



At Tupelo

Tupelo 57, Milburn 21

MILBURN 5 2 5 9 — 21

TUPELO 18 14 14 11 — 57

MILBURN: Michael Watts 12, Tristan Scribner 5, Michael Kirk 2, Colton Ragan 2.

TUPELO: Randy McCurry 13, Jason Wyszynski 8, David Wyszynski 6, Cameron Mann 6, Casey McCollum 6, Logan Lynch 5, William Boaz 4, Jeremy Stein 4, Aaron Acosta 3, Jerry Hines 2.

3-point goals: Watts 2 (M); McCollum 2, McCurry, Lynch, Acosta (T).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Milburn suited up just five players and it showed as the host Tigers dominated on Senior Night. Ten Tupelo playes reached the scoring column.

COACHES QUOTE: “It was good to finish out with a win at home. Now everything starts over. Everyone is 0-0,” — Tupelo head coach Clay Weller.

Team Record: Tupelo 16-8.

Up Next: Tupelo vs. Calvin Friday, 8 p.m. at Class B District Tournament in Calvin.



At Coalgate

Coalgate 53, Tushka 42

TUSHKA 5 11 4 22 — 42

COALGATE 14 14 9 16 — 53

TUSHKA: Begley 15, Hall 9, Cochran 7, Winters 5, Walker 3, George 3.

COALGATE: Daniel Stingley 17, Chiefton Camp 8, Steve DeLay 8, Shawn Linton 8, Tyler Ennis 8, Josh Featherston 4.

3-point goals: Hall 3, Begley 2, George, Cochran (T), DeLay 2 (C).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Daniel Stingley scored 13 of his 17 points in the second half despite a sore ankle, and Coalgate built a 20-point second-half lead en route to the impressive victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “This was a really good win. I wish we didn’t have to turn around and play them in district. My two freshmen (Tyler Ennis and Luke Palmer) really stepped up and played well. We have to learn to put people away.” — Coalgate head coach Jack Ward.

Records: Coalgate 12-8.

Up Next: Coalgate at Antlers Friday.



At Holdenville

Holdenville 53, Byng 44

BYNG 14 7 7 16 — 44

HOLDENVILLE 16 14 8 15 — 53

BYNG: Caleb Timmons 12, Preston Petty 11, Heath Wall 8, Ryan Haynes 7, Jordan Parnacher 3, Ryan Dallen 2, Glenn Mitchell 1.

HOLDENVILLE: Tanner Streater 32, Morgan Fitzgerald 8, Alex Aguirre 5, Chris Scott 4, J. R. Acey 2, Emillo Martinez 2.

3-point goals: Wall 2, Haynes, Parnacher, Petty (B), Streater 2, Fitzgerald (H).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Tanner Streater scored 32 points, and Holdenville outrebounded Byng 26-21 while holding the Pirates to 34 percent shooting. Byng also hit just 9-of-20 from the free throw line, while Holdenville was a crisp 12-of-14. Caleb Timmons and Preston Petty were both in double figures for the Pirates, who lost their third straight game.

COACHES QUOTE: “They just had a lot more energy and played harder than we did. It was senior Night and they played with a lot of emotion. We didn’t shoot the ball well and didn’t show a lot of patience.” — Byng coach Tommy Eaton.

Records: Byng 13-9.

Up Next: Durant at Byng Friday.



At Elmore City

Stratford 67, Elmore City 54

STRATFORD 19 15 19 14 — 67

ELMORE CITY 13 14 10 17 — 54

STRATFORD: Garan Qualls 29, T. J. Gaines 19, Donnie Bethers 10, Greg Ayers 5, Jessy Coffia 2, Brian Carter 2.

ELMORE CITY: Joseph Terrell 20, Jody Weaver 12, Taylor Schmidt 8, Nathan Roady 6, Jordan Terrell 6, Jared Hatton 2.

3-point goals: Qualls 6, Gaines (S), Joseph Terrell 2, Jordan Terrell 2, Roady (E).

Fouled Out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Garan Qualls scored 29 points and drained six 3-pointers (including 14 points and four treys in the first quarter), and Stratford completed an undefeated (7-0) Big 8 Conference season. T. J. Gaines and Donnie Bethers were also in double figures for the Bulldogs.

COACHES QUOTE: “We came out shooting the ball pretty well, then they came back and we put it away in the third quarter.” — Stratford coach Mark Qualls.

Records: Stratford 18-3

Up Next: Stratford vs. TBA Saturday, 8 p.m. at Class A District Tournament in Stonewall.



At New Lima

New Lima 73, Allen 49

ALLEN 11 11 14 13 — 49

NEW LIMA 21 16 15 21 — 73

ALLEN: Justin Stephens 20, Preston Frazier 11, Corby King 10, Brandon Postoak 8.

NEW LIMA: Ryan Gibbs 20, Colten Brooksher 19, Brett Brooksher 13, Anthony Scott 9, Marvin Battle 7, Allen 3, Jeremy Hinton 2.

3-point goals: Stephens 4 (A); C. Brookshire 2, B. Brookshire, Gibbs, Scott (NL).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Falcons showed why they are ranked No. 3 in Class A, pulling away from Allen early. Ryan Gibbs led three New Lima players in double figures with 20 points. Bubba Stephens scored 20 to pace the Mustangs.

COACHES QUOTE: “That was my first trip to New Lima and after last night I don’t know if I want to go back. They’re pretty good and very athletic,” — Allen head coach Monte Johnson.

Team Record: Allen 12-10.

Up Next: Allen vs. TBA Saturday, 8 p.m. at Class A District Tournament in Allen.



At Calera

Stonewall 66, Calera 32

STONEWALL 27 21 14 4 — 66

CALERA 8 10 4 10 — 32

STONEWALL: Bo Scribner 20, Jake Munday 12, Bronson Gore 10, Brian Monroe 9, Brandon Ross 5, Jared Pharr 4, Cole Carter 2, Darron Hamilton 2, Wendell Taylor 2.

CALERA: Chris Allen 9, Dustin Ischcome 8, Kevin Maxey 5, Adam Glover 4, Trevan Geter 4, Mason Jones 2.

3-point goals: Munday 4, Scribner 3, Ross (S), Ischome (C).

Fouled Out: Carter (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Bo Scribner recorded his sixth straight double-double with 20 points and 14 rebounds, Jake Munday hit a season-high four 3-pointers, and Bronson Gore had five assists to go with 10 points in leading Stonewall to the easy victory.

COACHES QUOTE: “We’re really starting to play well on both ends of the court.” — Stonewall coach Wes Moreland.

Records: Stonewall 14-10.

Up Next: Stonewall vs. Maysville Friday, 8 p.m. at Class A District Tournament in Stonewall.

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