- Ada, Oklahoma


February 25, 2014

Local Basketball Playoff Roundup


Roff girls advance to Class A Area

QUINTON – Lauren Trimmer sank two 3-pointers and finished with 14 points, and Breecia Crawford registered a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds as the Roff Lady Tigers used a big third quarter to outlast Weleetka, 37-32, in a Class A regional losers’ bracket game on Saturday.

Roff, 22-7 after playing to a 20-all tie with Weleetka at halftime, outscored the Lady Outlaws, 10-4, in the third.

“This was a great win for our program,” said Roff head coach Blake Crawford. “I’m very proud of these girls for giving the effort they gave this week for three days in a row. We look forward to next week.”

Jalee Hood and Ashley Cornell chipped in five points apiece for the 20th-ranked Lady Tigers. Hood had the team’s other trey.

Brittany Coon topped Weleetka with eight points, and Lexi Posey finished with seven.


No. 14 Hammon shuts down Asher girls

MARLOW — The 13th-ranked Asher Lady Indians were held to single-digit scoring in each quarter and dropped a 42-29 decision to 14th-ranked Hammon in the Class B regional championship on Saturday.

Asher, trailing just 17-16 at the half, was outscored by a 10-5 count in the third quarter and 15-8 in the fourth.

Tarin Dubler and Tristan Milburn each tossed in nine points for Asher, which fell to 22-6 on the season. Each hit one 3-pointer for the Lady Indians’ only treys of the night.

Asher advances to the area tournament as the regional runner-up and will face the Duke-Big Pasture winner at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Elk City.


Konawa girls fall to Healdton

KONAWA — Without the benefit of a 3-pointer, Healdton knocked off the Konawa Tigers, 56-36, in a Class 2A district playoff encounter on Saturday.

Morgan Fletcher topped Healdton with 14 points.

Brooke Snow paced Roff with 10 points, including two 3-pointers. Danielle Khoury and Dominique Lyon added six points each.

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