Calvin — Saturday’s Games
Pontotoc Conference Tournament
Roff 48, Allen 33
ROFF 14 14 10 10 — 48
ALLEN 13 7 9 4 — 33
ROFF: Breecia Crawford 18, Lauren Trimmer 14, Jalee Hood 10, Ashley Cornell 2, Tori Brown 2, Amy Crawford 2.
ALLEN: Miranda Raney 8, Alison Sells 5, Charlea Leonard 5, Sandra Howshar 4. Hannah Heck 3, Faith Caldwell 2, Kennedy Prentice 2, Grace Laydon 2, Alisha Evans 2.
3-point goals: Trimmer (R); Raney 2, Heck, Sells (A).
Fouled out: None.
Asher 48, Vanoss 42
ASHER 14 16 5 13 — 48
VANOSS 9 0 24 9 — 42
ASHER: Tarin Dubler 18, Shelby Fleming 12, Tristan Milburn 11, Haley Odell 5, Sarah Wauahdooah 2.
VANOSS: Taylor Smith 14, Caylin Ballard 13, Kalli Mowdy 6, Crystal Frederick 5, Toni Prince 4.
3-point goals: Dubler 2, Milburn 2, Odell (A). Smith 3, Mowdy 2, Ballard, Frederick (V).
Fouled out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Freshman guard Tarin Dubler poured in 18 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and recorded eight steals as the Asher Lady Indians took third place in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament with a 48-42 decision over Vanoss on Saturday. Sophomore forward Shelby Fleming added 12 points and pulled down eight rebounds for Asher and senior guard Tristan Milburn tossed in 11 points, including two treys. Taylor Smith, behind three 3-pointers, led the Lady Wolves with 14 points and Caylin Ballard ended up with 13 points, including one trey. The Lady Indians had a 14-9 lead after the first quarter and held Vanoss scoreless in the second in cruising to a 30-9 halftime advantage. But the Lady Wolves climbed back into contention with a 24-5 third quarter to pull within 35-33.
Team Records: Asher 7-2; Vanoss 4-6.
Up Next: Calvin at Asher tonight; Vanoss at Earlsboro tonight..
Stonewall 59, Tupelo 25
STONEWALL 23 8 12 16 — 59
TUPELO 7 3 2 13 — 25
STONEWALL: Justice Dees 18, Taylor Barrett 7, Shania Bills 7, Sarah Monday 6, Amity Johnson 5, Mackenzie Davis 4, Katelyn Campise, Tana Davjs €
TUPELO: Brittany Sanders 5, Amber Cosar, Shyla Jackson 4, Keara Bourland 3, Lana Nelson 2, Paige Vick 2, Hayley Reeves 2, Hailey Ellis, Phylisha Chamberlain 1.
3-point goals: Barrett (S). Sanders (T).
Fouled out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Sophomore Justice Dees tallied a game-best 18 points to go with four rebounds as Stonewall ripped Tupelo Saturday in the Pontotoc Conference Tournament. Three Lady Longhorns — Taylor Barrett, Shania Bills and Shelby Boudreaux — followed with seven points apiece as Barrett, who sank one 3-pointer, handed out a pair of assists and recorded two steals and Shania Bills also ended up with two steals. Sarah Monday finished wit six points and totaled four steals. Tana Davis pulled down a team-high six rebounds to go with her two points and Mackenzie Davis scored two points and grabbed five boards. The Lady Longhorns opened the game with a 23-7 advantage through the first quarter and went on to a 31-10 halftime cushion. Stonewall then outscored the Lady Tigers, 12-2, in the third to go up 43-12, heading into the fourth period.
Team Records: Stonewall 5-5; Tupelo 4-5.
Up Next: Stonewall at Rock Creek tonight. Tupelo at Sasakwa tonight.
Lindsay 51, Stratford 38
STRATFORD 15 12 7 4 — 38
LINDSAY 8 16 17 10 — 51
STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 18, Hanna McKinney 8, Vanessa Cothren 6, Cheyenne Hickman 3, Kathryne Alberson 3.
LINDSAY: Lujan 22, Moore 12, Metker 10, Clark 3, Allison 2, Taylor 2.
3-point goals: Weast 2 (S). Moore 2 (L)
Fouled Out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Cheyenne Weast sank two 3-pointers and finished with 18 points, but it wasn’t enough as Class 3A No. 8 Lindsay limited Stratford to 11 second-half points in posting the 13-point victory. Hanna McKinney also contributed eight points for the Lady Bulldogs in a losing cause. Stratford jumped out to a 15-8 advantage after one quarter and had a 27-24 edge at the half. But Lindsay went on a 17-7 run in the third to go up 41-34, going into the final period. The Lady Leopards outscored Stratford, 10-4, in the fourth.
COACH’S QUOTE: “We played hard against the No. 8 ranked team in 3A. We did a good job, in the first half, getting after them pretty hard. We came out sluggish in the second half. I was very pleased with our effort after having a tough game with Vanoss on Friday,” said Stratford Head Coach Jason Fulks.
Team Record: Stratford is 2-3.