- Ada, Oklahoma

January 9, 2014

Tuesday's Girls Basketball Capsules

Ada — Tuesday, Jan. 7


At Allen

Allen 53, Tupelo 30

TUPELO 8   5   6 11  —  30

ALLEN 9 15 11 18  —  53

TUPELO: Brittany Sanders 7, Phylisha Chamberlain 7, Laci Palmer 6, Hailey Ellis 4, Hayley Reeves 3, Kurston Chamberlain 2, Amber Cosar 1.

ALLEN: Sandra Howshar 12, Charlea Leonard 11, Miranda Raney 9, Alison Sells 8, Alycia Evans 5, Faith Caldwell 4, Emily Nelson 3, Hannah Heck 1.

3-point goals: Sanders 2, Palmer (T).

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Sandra Howshar tossed in 12 points and pulled down eight rebounds while Charlea Leonard had a double-double with 11 points and 10 boards as Allen rolled to a 53-30 victory over visiting Tupelo on Tuesday. Leonard also totaled five steals to help fuel the Lady Mustang defensive effort. Miranda Raney and Alison Sells followed with nine and eight points, respectively. Allen won the game, despite not converting on any 3-point tries. Brittany Sanders and Phylisha Chamberlain paced the Lady Tigers in a losing cause with seven points each. Allen, which led 9-8 after one quarter, went on to a 24-15 halftime advantage and had a 35-19 lead through three quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We were a little sluggish at first. It was rough. But I thought we did some good things defensively,” — Allen head coach Jeremy Strong.

Record: Allen is 6-2.

Up Next: Allen vs. Stonewall today at 1:30 p.m. in the Moss Tournament.


At Roff

Roff 56, Stratford 46

STRATFORD 15 9 8 14  —  46

ROFF 13 16 8 19  —  56

STRATFORD: Cheyenne Weast 21, Vanessa Cothren 12, Leah Parker 5, Cheyenne Hickman 4, Morgan Tice 4, Kathryne Alberson 2.

ROFF: Breecia Crawford 23, Lauren Trimmer 15, Jalee Hood 6, Ashley Cornell 6, Amy Crawford 4, Tori Brown 2.

3-point goals: Trimmer (R)

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Breecia Crawford registered a double-double with 23 points and 13 rebounds as Class A 14th-ranked Roff knocked off visiting Stratford, 56-46, on Tuesday. Lauren Trimmer sank one 3-pointer and finished with 15 points for the victorious Lady Tigers. Jalee Hood and Ashley Cornell chipped in six points each as Cornell also pulled down 11 rebounds. Cheyenne Weast tallied 21 points to pace the Lady Bulldogs and Vanessa Cothren ended up with 12. Stratford held a 15-13 edge after one quarter and cruised to a 29-24 halftime advantage. The Lady Bulldogs were up 37-32, heading into the fourth quarter.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It’s a good win, coming back from a long break. It’s good to knock the rust off a little bit before the Moss Tournament this week,” — Roff head coach Blake Crawford.

Record: Roff is 10-2

Up Next: Roff vs. Bowlegs today at 11 a.m. in the Moss Tournament.


At Stonewall

Stonewall 70, Wanette 10

WANETTE   0   3   2 5  —  10

STONEWALL 19 19 25 7  —  70

WANETTE: Brittan Morris 2, Kylie Austin 2, Hina Yamada 2, Courtney Williams 2, Brooke Benson 1, Kelcey Lambert 1.

STONEWALL: Mackenzie Davis 16, Alexis Lambert 14, Taylor Barrett 11, Shania Bills 10, Justice Cees 10, Tana Davis 8, Allie Denson 1.

3-point goals: Barrett 3, M. Davis 2, Lambert (S)

Fouled out: Austin (W)

NOTEWORTHY: Stonewall placed five players in double figures and compiled 12 steals as a team as the Lady Longhorns routed visiting Wanette, 70-10, on Tuesday. Taylor Barrett led the way with four steals while Alexis Lambert and Shania Bills recorded three apiece. Mackenzie Davis nailed two 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 16 points. Lambert followed with 14 points, including one 3-pointer, and Barrett ended up with 11 points, including three 3-point jumpers. Bills and Justice Dees ended up with points each and Dees pulled down a team-high six rebounds. The Lady Longhorns shut out Wanette, 19-0, in the first quarter and owned a 38-3 halftime cushion. Stonewall held a 63-5 advantage through three quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Our scoring was really balanced tonight. That’s our goal,” — Stonewall head coach Brian Davis.

Up Next: Stonewall vs. Allen today, 1:30 p.m. at Moss Invitational.


At Asher

Asher 54, Varnum 19

VARNUM 6 6 3 4  —  19

ASHER 17 16 13 8  —  54

VARNUM: Karina Tarpey 6, Kyla Tarpey 6, Abby Gosa 3, Autumn Gist 2, Randi Straker 1, Alex Eddlemon 1.

ASHER: Tarin Dubler 17, Shelby Fleming 17, Tristan Milburn 9, Haley Odell 8, Sarah Wauahdooah 2, Chelsy Bottom 1.

3-point goals: Dubler, Milburn (A).

NOTEWORTHY: Tarin Dubler and Shelby Fleming each scored 17 points as Asher limited Varnum to single-digit scoring in each corner in routing the Whippets, 54-19, on Tuesday. Fleming also grabbed eight rebounds and blocked four shots and Dubler had one of her team’s two 3-pointers. Tristan Milburn, who recorded the Lady Indians’ other trey, finished with nine points and dished out five assists. Haley Odell also chipped in eight points for the winners. Asher led 17-6 after one quarter, 33-12 at halftime and 46-15 after three periods.

Record: Asher is 10-2

Up Next: Asher vs. Maysville today at 4 p.m. in the Earlsboro Tournament.


At Allen

Allen 51, Tupelo 40

TUPELO 12 11 8   9  —  40

ALLEN 12 15 8 16  —  51

TUPELO: Chisum Henry 16, John Umsted 9, Bry Bratcher 8, Josh Gragg 3, Caleb Watson 2, Corey McCollum 2.

ALLEN: Joseph Hopper 14, Zayne Erickson 12, Ty Brown 10, Tommy Peay 7, Dakota Nickell 4, Drew Back 2, Dalton James 2.

3-point goals: Umsted 3, Henry 2, Bratcher 2 (T). Hopper, Peay (A)

Fouled out: McCollum (T). Brown, James (A)

NOTEWORTHY: Three Allen players reached double figures as the host Mustangs rolled to a 51-40 win over Tupelo on Tuesday night. Joseph Hopper, who nailed one 3-pointer, led Allen with 14 points, Zayne Erickson followed with 12 and Ty Brown ended up with 10. Tommy Peay, who finished with seven points, had the Mustangs’ other trey. Chisum Henry, behind two 3-pointers, registered a game-high 16 points for the Tigers and John Unsted, on the strength of three treys, ended up with nine points. Bry Bratcher added eight points, including a pair of 3-pointers, in a losing effort. Allen led 27-23 at the half and had a 35-31 advantage, heading into the fourth quarter. The Mustangs outscored Tupelo, 16-9, in the final period.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Our kids played real hard and they’re coming together. We’ve got three more games this week,” — Allen head coach Greg Mills.

Record: Allen is 4-4

Up Next: Allen vs. Moss Thursday at 4 p.m. in the Moss Tournament.



At Coalgate

Silo 57, Coalgate 22

SILO 9 15 22 11  —  57

COALGATE 2 6 2 12  —  22

SILO: K. Shives 15, Sandler 11, House 9, Clark 6, D. Shives 5, Brister 4, Hamilton 3, Long 2, Check 2.

COALGATE: C.J. Bills 9, Nathaniel Daniel 4, Nate Hardy 3, Jerad Stephens 2, Nathan Price 2, Tyler Price 2.

3-point goals: Clark 2, K. Shives, Sandler, Brister (S). Bills, Hardy (C)

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Coalgate fell into a 9-2 hole after the first quarter and trailed 24-8 at the break in dropping a 57-22 home decision to Silo. It was 46-10 after three periods. C.J. Bills led the Wildcats with nine points, including one 3-pointer, in a losing effort.

Record: Coalgate is 1-3

Up Next: Coalgate vs. Latta on today at 3 p.m. in the Kingston Tournament.


At Roff

Stratford 53, Roff 37

STRATFORD 17 11 7 18  —  53

ROFF   8 14 8   7  —  37

STRATFORD: Chase Bradstreet 13, Josh Waller 12, Brenton Willingham 10, Cade Savage 6, Jon Golden 5, Eli Savage 4, Bobby Cothren 2, Lane Martin 1.

ROFF: C.J. Johnson 14, Cade Carpenter 11, Zach Lewis 6, Dalton Madden 3, Lonnie Peterson 2, Mike Anderson 1.

3-point goals: Bradstreet 2, Willingham 2, Waller, Golden (S). Madden (R)

Fouled out: Madden, Lewis (R)

NOTEWORTHY: Chase Bradstreet was one of three double-figure scorers for Stratford with 13 points, including two 3-pointers, as the Bulldogs upended Roff, 53-37, on the road Tuesday night. Josh Waller nailed one 3-point jumper and finished with 12 points and Brenton Willingham, with two treys, ended up with 10 points. C.J. Johnson topped Roff with a game-high 14 points and Cade Carpenter followed with 11 in a losing cause. Stratford led 17-8 after the first quarter and held on for a 28-22 advantage at the half. It was 35-30 through three quarters, before the Bulldogs pulled away with an 18-7 fourth period.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was a good win in a tough atmosphere, against a tough team. They got up on us, 6-0, and we finished the (first) quarter strong. It was a good team win for everyone,” — Stratford head coach Mark Qualls.

Record: Stratford is 6-2. Roff is 9-3

Up Next: Stratford vs. Ninnekah today at 5:15 p.m. in the Alex Tournament.


At Wanette

Stonewall 51, Wanette 27

STONEWALL 16 14 14   7  —  51

WANETTE   4   9   2 12  —  27

STONEWALL: Chase Finley 20, Gage Burns 7, Rowdy Rodriguez 5, Tyler Campise 4, Christian Morgan 3, Dakota Morgan 3, Devin Holland 2, Tanner Dees 2, Austin Berry 2, Dustin Hayes 2, Landon Curtis 1.

WANETTE: Matt Gregg 12, Matt Hooser 6, Ryan Stidam 3, Tanner Teague 2, Gerard Hines 2, Kegan Bruce 2.

3-point goals: Rodriguez, D. Morgan (S). Gregg, Stidam (W)

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Eleven players got into the scoring column, led by Chase Finley’s 20, as Stonewall rolled to a 51-27 win over Wanette. Gage Burns was the next high for the Longhorns with seven. Matt Gregg paced the Tigers with 12 points in a losing effort. Stonewall opened the game with a 16-4 first quarter and coasted to a 30-13 halftime advantage. The Longhorns then staged a 14-2 third quarter to go up 44-15 and put the game away.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was good to get a win, coming back from the break. Defensively, we played pretty good for three quarters. Finley had a big game for us,” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.

Record: Stonewall is 8-6

Up Next: Stonewall vs. New Lima today at 2:45 p.m. in the Moss Tournament.