Ada — Tuesday, Jan. 21
Vanoss 41, Wynnewood 35
WYNNEWOOD 7 9 14 5 — 35
VANOSS 8 12 9 12 — 41
WYNNEWOOD: Tushira Burrough 18, May Rushing 9, Kenady Ray 5, Macey Anderson 3.
VANOSS: Kalli Mowdy 14, Crystal Frederick 11, Caylin Ballard 7, Taylor Smith 6, Summer Hutson 3.
3-point goals: Burrough 2 (W). Frederick 2, Mowdy (V)
Fouled out: Smith (V)
NOTEWORTHY: Kalli Mowdy tossed in 14 points, including one 3-pointer, and Crystal Frederick added 11 points, with two treys, as Vanoss knocked off Wynnewood, 41-35, on Tuesday. Caylin Ballard chipped in seven points and Taylor Smith contributed six before fouling out for the Lady Wolves. Tushira Burrough poured in a game-high 18 points, including two 3-pointers, for Wynnewood. Vanoss, which led 20-16 at halftime, was outscored by a 14-9 margin in the third to fall behind, 30-29. But a 12-5 fourth quarter by the Lady Wolves proved to be the difference.
COACH’S QUOTE: “We came out flat on defense and had to play through some early foul trouble. I was proud of the way we fought the whole game and came out with a win against a very athletic team. Our fans were great down the stretch with supplying some energy for our defense when we really needed a stop,” — Vanoss head coach Dillon Snow.
Team Record: Vanoss 7-11.
Up Next: Vanoss vs. Stratford on Friday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center.
At ECU’s Kerr Activities Center
Stratford 36, Lexington 26
LEXINGTON 3 9 6 8 — 26
STRATFORD 8 2 13 13 — 36
LEXINGTON: Beth Sullivan 13, Brooklyn Mixon 4, Rachel Beason 4, Cassie Bennett 3, Karena Karges 2.
STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 20, Vanessa Cothren 8, Cheyenne Hickman 4, Morgan Tice 2, Leah Parker 2.
3-point goals: none
Fouled out: none
NOTEWORTHY: Cheyenne Weast fired in 20 points as the Stratford La2dy Bulldogs rolled to a 36-26 victory over Lexington at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center. Vanessa Cothren also added eight points for Stratford. The Lady Bulldogs jumped out to an 8-3 lead after one quarter, but were held to two points in the second in falling behind at the break, 12-10. Stratford then outscored Lexington, 26-14, in the second half. Beth Sullivan led Lexington with 13 points.