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January 14, 2014

Weekend Basketball Capsules


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At Moss Tournament

Third Place Game

Roff 57, Allen 38

ROFF 23 12 7 15  —  57

ALLEN 12   7 10   9  —  38

ROFF: Breecia Crawford 21, Lauren Trimmer 15, Jalee Hood 7, Ashley Cornell 6, Amy Crawford  4, Tori Brown 4.

ALLEN: Miranda Raney 13, Sandra Howshar 7, Kennedy Prentice 5, Faith Caldwell 4, Charlea Leonard 4, Alison Sells 3, Alycia Evans 2.

3-point goals: Trimmer 2, Cornell (R). Raney 2, Sells (A)

Fouled out: Prentice (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Breecia Crawford and Lauren Trimmer each recorded a double-double and both were named to the all-tournament team as Roff hammered Allen, 57-38, in the third-place game in the Moss Tournament on Saturday. Breecia Crawford poured in 21 points and pulled down 10 rebounds while Trimmer finished with 15 points and 12 boards. Trimmer also knocked down two 3-pointers. Miranda Raney paced Allen with 13 points. The Lady Tigers jumped out to a 23-12 lead through one quarter and cruised on to a 35-19 halftime advantage.

Record: Roff is 12-3

Up Next: Roff at Vanoss Tuesday. Allen at Kiowa Tuesday.

 

At Earlsboro Tournament

Third Place Game

Asher 54, Vanoss 41

ASHER 17 7 11 19  —  54

VANOSS 4 19 11   7  —  41

ASHER: Tarin Dubler 21, Shelby Fleming 16, Haley Odell 7, Chelsy Bottom 6, Sarah Wauahdooah 4.

VANOSS: Taylor Smith 14, Kalli Mowdy 10, Toni Prince 7, Crystal Frederick 6, Sarah Barnett 4.

3-point goals: Dubler 3, Odell (A). Smith 2, Frederick (V)

Fouled out: Wauahdooah (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Tarin Dubler tossed in 21 points, including three 3-pointers, and Shelby Fleming added 16 points as Asher beat Vanoss, 54-41, for third place in the Earlsboro Tournament on Saturday. Haley Odell tacked on seven points, including one trey, to the Lady Indian scoring effort. Taylor Smith paced Vanoss with 14 points, including a pair of 3-pointers, and Kalli Mowdy added 10. Toni Prince was next with seven points in a losing effort. Asher held a slim 35-34 advantage heading into the fourth quarter before going on a 19-7 run to end the game.

Record: Asher is 12-3

Up Next: Asher at Wanette on Tuesday.

 

At Alex Tournament

Third Place

Stratford 57, Ninnekah 41

STRATFORD 14 17 12 14  —  57

NINNEKAH 9 11 10 11  —  41

STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 30, Kathryne Alberson 8, Leah Parker 6, Kara Davenport 4, Vanessa Cothren 3, Hanna McKinney 2, Cheyenne Hickman 2, Morgan Tice.

NINNEKAH: Dinsmore 10, Cheek 9, Garrett 9, Morris 6, Brown 4, Jolley 3.

3-point goals: Weast 3, Cothren (S). Garrett 2 (N)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Cheyenne Weast fired in a game-high 30 points and drilled three 3-pointers as Stratford knocked off Ninnekah, 57-41, for third place in the Alex Tournament on Saturday. Next on the scoring chart for the Lady Bulldogs were Kathryne Alberson with eight and Leah Parker with six. Stratford had a 14-9 lead after the first quarter and coasted to a 31-20 halftime  cushion. It was 43-30, heading into the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We shot the ball well and came back in the last game of the tournament to finish it off for third place,” — Stratford head coach Jason Fulks.

Record: Stratford is 5-5

Up Next: Stratford vs. Dibble Tuesday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center in Ada.

 

At Byng Pirate Invitational

Championship

Madill 49, Byng 32

MADILL 15 10 12 12  —  49

BYNG 11   6   9   6   —  32

MADILL: Kaylen Sweat 17, Brenna Green 14, Mikah Hartsfield 8, Haley Furr 6, Blakelyn Self 2, Elizabeth Schulko 2.

BYNG: Alexis Hill 9, Shadley Grove 7, Kendall Fike 4, Bri Delozier 4, Sheyanne Grove 2, Rhyann Case 2, Tatum Hill 2.

3-point goals: Sweat 2, Green (M); Delozier, Grove (B).

Fouled out: Hill (B).

 

At Kingston New Years Classic

Consolation Championship

Silo 45, Latta JV 35

SILO   9 19 4 13  —  45

LATTA JV 11 10 6   8  —  35

SILO: Mary Grider 15, Hannah Bourne 10, Riley Newton 6, Katlyn Halley 5, Karissa Marshall 4, Katie Hudson 2, Jewel Zukosky 2, Baylee Rogers 1.

LATTA JV: Jordyn Scott 11, Anna Wood 8, Maebree Abney 4, Taylor Bottoms 4, Bailey Eckert 4, Savanna Humphrey 2, Jesse LeFever 2, Mycah Lynch 2.

 

Friday, Jan. 10

At Moss Tournament

Semifinals

New Lima 45, Roff 35

ROFF 7 10 6 12  —  35

NEW LIMA 11 9 8 17  —  45

ROFF: Breecia Crawford 12, Lauren Trimmer 12, Amy Crawford 5, Jalee Hood 3, Ashley Cornell 2, Darcy Bowerman 1.

NEW LIMA: Johana Harjo-Tiger 20, Kenzie Brian 14, Nira Harrod 4, Kelly Vu 3, Kateri Harjo 2.

3-point goals: Harjo-Tiger, Vu (NL)

Fouled out: Breecia Crawford (R)

NOTEWORTHY: A double-double effort from Breecia Crawford (12 points and 10 rebounds) wasn’t enough as New Lima registered a 45-35 victory over the Lady Tigers on Friday in the semifinals of the Moss Tournament. Lauren Trimmer also tallied 12 points for Roff. Johana Harjo-Tiger topped the New Lima scoring effort with 20 and Kenzie Brian followed with 14.

 

At Kingston New Years Classic

Consolation Semifinals

Latta JV 35, Coalgate 32

COALGATE 13   7 3 9  —  32

LATTA JV 11 10 6 8  —  35

COALGATE: Landon Garcia 15, Shelby Martindale 7, Whitney Williams 6, Mekyla Jacobs 3, Shaylyn Coslow 1.

LATTA JV: Anna Wood 10, Jordyn Scott 6, Maebree Abney 5, Matison Worcester 4, Taylor Bates 2, Taylor Bottoms 2, Bailey Eckert 2, Savanna Humphrey 2, Jesse LeFever 2.

 

BOYS

Saturday, Jan. 11

At Alex Tournament

Championship Game

Alex 44, Stratford 42

STRATFORD 14 6   8 14  —  42

ALEX 13 7 17   7  —  44

STRATFORD: Cade Savage 18, Josh Waller 12, Jon Golden 6, Brenton Willingham 5, Lane Martin 1.

ALEX: Castor 23, Payne 9, Otey 4, Alcorn 4, Ketchum 3, Thornburg 1.

3-point goals: Golden 2, Willingham (S). Castor 4, Payne 3, Ketchum (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Cade Savage poured in 18 points and snatched eight rebounds, bit it wasn’t enough as host Alex held off the Bulldogs, 44-42, to win the Alex Tournament championship on Saturday. Josh Waller tallied 12 points in a losing cause for Stratford. The two teams were deadlocked at 20 at halftime, before Alex outscored the Bulldogs, 17-8, in the third quarter. Stratford staged a big comeback in the fourth, but fell just two points short.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We had chances, but couldn’t seem to connect. We were down by 10 and down by nine, heading into the fourth quarter. We had a couple of shots at the buzzer, bit couldn’t get them to fall. But I’m proud of their effort,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Record: Stratford is 8-3

Up Next: Stratford vs. Dibble Tuesday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center.

 

 

At Moss Tournament

Third Place

Stonewall 59, Allen 38

ALLEN 7 16   7   8  —  38

STONEWALL 18 11 12 18  —  59

ALLEN: Ty Brown 13, Joseph Hopper 8, Tommy Peay 8, Zayne Erickson 5, Dakota Nickell 4.

STONEWALL: Gage Burns 17, Tanner Dees 15, Chase Finley 10, Rowdy Rodriguez 9, Dakota Morgan 4, Tyler Campise 3, Dakota Teel 1.

3-point goals: Brown 3, Peay 2 (A). Rodriguez 3, Burns 2, Dees 2, Morgan 1, Campise 1 (S)

Fouled out: Drew Black, Hopper, Nickell, Erickson (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall got off to a quick start and sank nine 3-pointers in rolling to a 59-38 decision over Allen on Saturday for third place in the Moss Tournament. Gage Burns tossed in 15 points, including two 3-pointers; Tanner Dees followed with 15, including a pair of treys; and Chase Finley ended up with 10 for the victorious Longhorns. Rowdy Rodriguez knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with nine points for the winners. Ty Brown topped the Mustangs with 13 points while Joseph Hopper and Tommy Peay contributed eight apiece. Peay also connected on two treys. Stonewall jumped out to an 18-7 advantage after one quarter and went on to a 29-23 halftime lead. The Longhorns led 41-30, heading into the fourth. Stonewall went on an 18-8 run in the fourth as Allen resorted to fouling and saw four players foul out.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We had a really good tournament. We shot the ball extremely well. Hopefully, we can build on this, going forward,” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.

Record: Stonewall is 10-6

Up Next: Stonewall hosts Calvin on Friday.

 

At Kingston Tournament

Championship

Atoka 57, Latta 46

ATOKA 13 13 10 21  —  57

LATTA 2 21 7 16  —  46

ATOKA: Bishop Coulter 25, Bobby Johnson 18, Tyreke Johnson 10, Brandon Callicutt 4.

LATTA: Carter Kessinger 11, Kade Hayes 9, Derek Epperly 8, Treston Tully 6, Brady Johnson 5, Ryan Stockton 4, Brogan Cantrell 3.

3-point goals: Bobby Johnson 3 (A). Kessinger 3, Hayes 3, Johnson 1 (L)

Fouled out: Brady Johnson (L)

NOTEWORTHY: Class 3A No. 7 Atoka had just four players get into the scoring column, but it was enough as it stunned Class 2A top-ranked Latta, 57-46, in the championship game of the Kingston Tournament on Saturday. The Panthers, who suffered their first loss of the season, fell into a 13-2 hole through one quarter, but managed to pull within three, 26-23, at the half. But Latta was outscored by a 31-23 margin in the final two quarters. Tournament most valuable player Bishop Coulter poured in 25 points while Bobby Johnson and Tyreke Johnson finished with 18 and 10 respectively. Bobby Johnson sank three 3-pointers. Carter Kessinger was the only Latta player to reach double figures with 11, including three treys. Kade Hayes also knocked down three 3-pointers and finished with nine points. Hayes was also named to the all-tournament team. Derek Epperly chipped in eight points in a losing cause.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We got off to a slow start, was forced to play catch-up, didn’t shoot the ball well and didn’t defend well. Atoka has three really good scorers. Hopefully, we’ll learn from this,” — Latta head coach Donnie Husband.

Record: Latta 9-1; Atoka 7-1.

Up Next: Latta at Atoka on Tuesday.

 

At Moss Tournament

Championship Game

Kiowa 43, Roff 32

ROFF   7   7 10   8  —  32

KIOWA 13 13   7 10  —  43

ROFF: Mike Anderson 9, Lonnie Peterson 8, Cade Carpenter 6, Dalton Madden 4, Hunter Larsh 3, C.J. Johnson 2

KIOWA: Smith 20, Overton 9, Allen 5, Calvert 5, McMath 2, Doyle 2.

3-point goals: Anderson, Peterson (RR). Overton 2 (K)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Kiowa (No. 11 in Class A) got off to a quick 13-7 start and knocked off Roff (No. 14 in A), 43-32, Saturday in the championship game of the Moss Tournament. The Tigers were led in a losing cause by Mike Anderson with nine and Lonnie Peterson with eight. Each knocked down a 3-pointer. Cade Carpenter was next with six points. The Cowboys led 26-14 at halftime and were up by a 33-24 margin, heading into the fourth quarter.

COACH’S QUOTE: “The kids played really hard. I thought we just came out and played a little nervous and got down early. Our kids battled back and gave ourselves a chance to win. We just came up a little short,” — Roff head coach Bo Thomason.

Team Records: Roff 11-3; Kiowa 11-3.

Up Next: Roff at Vanoss Tuesday.

 

 

At Byng Pirate Invitational

Championship

Purcell 44, Byng 43

PURCELL   9 14 9 12  —  44

BYNG 12 13 7 11  —  43

PURCELL: Barrett Huey 3-9, 4-5, 12; Cody Mooneyham 3-4, 4-5, 11; Tanner Martin 3-6, 5-7, 11; Tanner Helton 4-4, 0-0, 10. Totals: 13-26, 13-17, 44.

BYNG: Reid Wall 8-15, 2-8, 18; Hunter Capps 2-3, 2-3, 6; Jacob Birdshead 2-9, 0-0, 6; Gage Wall 2-4, 0-0, 4; Joe Nemecek 0-0, 3-4, 3; Ryan Smith 1-4, 0-0, 3; Darian Davis 1-1, 0-2, 3. Totals: 16-38, 7-17, 43.

Turnovers: Purcell 17, Byng 12.

Steals: Purcell 4, Byng 10 (R. Wall 4, Nemecek 3).

Rebounds: Purcell 23 (Daniel Martinez 6); Byng 25 (R. Wall 5).

Fouled out: None.

 

Friday,  Jan. 10

At Moss Tournament

Semifinals

Roff 63, Allen 33

ALLEN 2 8 14 9  —  33

ROFF 17 13 17 16  —  63

ALLEN: Joseph Hopper 12, Tommy Peay 5, Ty Brown 5, Shawn Rolen 5, Zack Tarbet 2, Wyatt Corum 2, Zayne Erickson 2.

ROFF: Lonnie Peterson 11, Zach Lewis 10, Mike Anderson 9, C.J. Johnson 8, Dalton Madden 6, Hunter Larsh 4, Jacob Jones 4, Tanton Aldred 3, Jordan Lawalin 2.

3-point goals: Lewis, Anderson, Johnson, Eldred (R)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Roff limited Allen to just 10 first-half points, including only two in the first quarter, in hammering the Mustangs, 63-33, Friday in the semifinals of the Moss Tournament. The Tigers jumped out to a 17-2 lead after one quarter and led 30-10 at halftime. Roff even built a 47-24 cushion, heading into the fourth quarter. Lonnie Peterson paced the Tigers with 11 points. Zach Lewis followed with 10 points, including one 3-pointer, and Mike Anderson added nine, including one trey. C.J. Johnson also connected on one long-range shot and finished with eight points. Joseph Hopper topped Allen with a game-high 12 points.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We came out and played really well defensively. We were very aggressive,” said Roff head coach Bo Thomason.

Up Next: Roff at Vanoss Tuesday. Allen at Kiowa Tuesday.