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February 6, 2014

Tuesday's Boys Basketball Capsules & Boxscores


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Ada — Tuesday's Games

BOYS

At Wynnewood

Stratford 82, Wynnewood 31

STRATFORD 19 27 19 17  —  82

WYNNEWOOD   6 10   5 10  —  31

STRATFORD: Jon Golden 17, Matt Blackburn 16, Bobby Cothren 13, Cade Savage 8, Brenton Willingham 6, Chase Bradstreet 5, Josh Waller 4, Brant Wade 4, Kyle Wright 4, Lane Martin 3, Duke Davenport 2.

WYNNEWOOD: Levy 8, Odom 6, Prince 5, Williams 4, Wright 4, Young 2, Peters 2.

3-point goals: Golden 5, Blackburn 5, Willingham 2, Bradstreet (S)

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Stratford knocked down 14 3-pointers as Jon Golden and Matt Blackburn connected on five apiece in the Bulldogs’ 82-31 rout of host Wynnewood on Tuesday. Golden totaled 17 points, and Blckburn ended up with 16. Bobby Cothren followed with 13 points, including one trey, for Stratford. Eleven players got into the scoring column for the Bulldogs. Cade Savage followed with eight points, and Brenton Willingham added six on a pair of 3-pointers. Stratford jumped out to a 19-6 advantage after one quarter, led 46-16 at halftime and had a 65-21 cushion heading into the fourth period.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We put four pretty good quarters together. We shot the ball well and everybody played well together. It was a good win,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Record: Stratford is 14-5; Wynnewood 3-12.

Up Next: Schedule change has Stratford at Paoli tonight. Stratford vs. Velma-Alma on Saturday at East Central University’s Kerr Activities Center.

 

At Wapanucka

Wapanucka 48, Tupelo 43

TUPELO 11 12 13   7  —  43

WAPANUCKA 10 13   4 21  —  48

TUPELO: John Umsted 16, Corey McCollum 8, Bry Bratcher 7, Caleb Watson 7, Chisum Henry 5.

WAPANUCKA: Wall 17, Weese 12, Cole 11, Wood 5, Dewberry 2, Dewberry 1.

3-point goals: Umsted 2, Henry, Bratcher (T). Cole (W)

NOTEWORTHY: Tupelo converted just 15-of-63 shots from the floor, including only 4-of-20 from 3-point range, as the Tigers dropped a 48-43 decision at Class B 12th-ranked Wapanucka on Tuesday. John Umsted paced Tupelo with 16 points, including a pair of treys, and Corey McCollum added eight points and pulled down 10 rebounds. The two teams were tied at 23 at halftime, and the Tigers actually held a 36-27 advantage heading into the fourth quarter. But Wapanucka outscored Tupelo by a 21-7 margin in the final period to capture the victory.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Offensively, we were stagnant. We shot too many stand still 3’s and when you don’t hit them, you lose. We had better learn from this performance,” — Tupelo head coach Clay Weller.

Team Records: Tupelo is 13-8; Wapanucka 19-3.

Up Next: Tupelo vs. Stuart on Thursday.

 

At Calera

Calera 76, Stonewall 50

STONEWALL   7 18 12 13  —  50

CALERA 22 24 18 12  —  76

STONEWALL: Tanner Dees 16, Christian Morgan 16, Chase Finley 8, Dakota Morgan 3, Dakota Teel 3, Austin Berry 2, Tyler Campise 2.

CALERA: Jonathon Diamond 31, Brad McNutt 14, Braxton Barton 12, Tanner Davis 7, Riley Barton 5, Keith Sackett 5, Dakota Adams 2.

3-point goals: Dees 3, C. Morgan, Teel (S). Diamond 8, McNutt, Davis, Sackett (C)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Calera’s Jonathon Diamond knocked down eight of his team’s 11 3-pointers as Calera rolled by Stonewall, 76-50, on Tuesday. Diamond finished with a game-high 31 points and was joined in double figures by teammates Brad McNutt with 14 and Braxton Barton with 12. Tanner Dees and Christian Morgan paced the Longhorns with 16 points each in a losing effort. Dees sank three treys, and Christian Morgan had one. Chase Finley also contributed eight points for Stonewall. Calera jumped on the Longhorns to take a 22-7 advantage after one quarter. Calera then went on to a 46-25 halftime lead. It was 64-37 through three quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Calera is a really good team. We couldn’t get a stop on the defensive end all night and it made for a long night,” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.

Team Records: Stonewall is 14-10; Calera 16-6.

Up Next: Stonewall at Allen on Friday.

 

At Latta

Latta 51, Konawa 25

KONAWA 4   5 11   5  —  25

LATTA 9 12 15 15  —  51

KONAWA: Silas Larney 3-6, 1-1, 7; Kix Walker 2-2, 3-3, 7; Zach Snow 2-11, 2-3, 6; Haydoekeyo Tsosie 1-5, 1-1, 3; Caynaan Garner 1-4, 0-0, 2. Totals: 9-29, 7-8, 25.

LATTA: Brady Johnson 5-8, 0-0, 12; Derek Epperly 4-5, 2-5, 10; Zac Albert 4-4, 2-2, 10; Treston Tully 4-7, 1-1, 9; Kade Hayes 1-5, 0-0, 3; Carter Kessinger 1-3, 0-0, 3; Brogan Cantrell 1-2, 0-0, 2; Walter Chandler 1-1, 0-0, 2.  Totals: 21-35, 5-8, 51.

Turnovers: Konawa 17, Latta 8.

Steals: Konawa 8 (Larney 3); Latta 7.

Rebounds: Konawa 22 (Snow 6); Latta 18 (Cantrell 5).

3-point goals: Konawa 0-3; Latta 4-10 (Johnson 2-5, Hayes 1-3, Kessinger 1-2).

Fouled out: None.