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November 14, 2013

Tuesday's Girls and Boys Basketball Capsules


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Ada — Tuesday, Nov. 12

GIRLS

At Roff

Roff 71, Mill Creek 40

MILL CREEK 9 7 12   2  —  40

ROFF 16 20 21 14  —  71

MLL CREEK: Lindsey Tyson 15, Tana Tyson 14, Bobbie Blevins 6, Kimberly Blevins 3, Sarah Patrick 2

ROFF: Jalee Hood 13, Lauren Trimmer 12, Amy Crawford 11, Breecia Crawford 9, Ashley Cornell 8, Tori Brown 6, Darcy Bowerman 6, Jessi Scott 4, Winter Fick 2

3-point goals: L. Tyson 2, T. Tyson 2, K. Blevins (MC). A. Crawford (R)

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Jalee Hood tossed in 13 points and Lauren Trimmer added 12 as Roff rolled past Mill Creek. Amy Crawford chipped in 11 points, including one 3-pointer, for the victorious Lady Tigers. Roff led 16-9 after one quarter and went on to a 36-16 halftime advantage. Lindsey Tyson topped Mill Creek with 15 points and Tana Tyson followed with 14. That pair each nailed two treys.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We are continuing to play better each game and are getting contributions from all team members,” — Roff Head Coach Blake Crawford.

Team Record: Roff 3-1.

Up Next: Latta at Roff Friday.

 

At Calvin

Tupelo 54, Calvin 46

TUPELO 13 7 16 18  —  54

CALVIN 8 14 6 18  —  46

TUPELO: Brittany Sanders 15, Phylisha Chamberlain 11, Hayley Reeves 10, Kurtson Chamberlain 10, Hailey Ellis 8.

CALVIN: Emily Carter 22, Brooke Schumacher 7, Lindsay Carter 5, Ashley Gillean 5, Sarah Jennings 4, Mckenzi Blalock 3.

3-point goals: Sanders, K. Chamberlain (T)

Fouled out: Reeves, Sanders (T). Blalock (C)

NOTEWORTHY: Four Tupelo players reached double figures as the Lady Tigers overcame a 22-20 halftime deficit to beat Calvin on Tuesday. Brittany Sanders led the way for Tupelo with 15 points, including one 3-pointer. Phylisha Chamberlain followed with 11 points while Kurston Chamberlain, who also nailed one trey, and Hayley Reeves finished with 10 points apiece. The Lady Tigers used a 16-6 third quarter to take control of the contest.

Up Next: Asher at Tupelo Friday

 

BOYS

At Roff

Roff 75, Mill Creek 34

MILL CREEK   6 11   9   8  —  34

ROFF 18 20 23 14  —  75

MILL CREEK: Ethan McDonald 13, Kyle Graves 8, Brennan Miller 6, Ron Garggle 4, Jacob Naugle 3

ROFF: Zach Lewis 16, Lonnie Peterson 14, Dalton Madden 11, Hunter Larsh 10, C.J. Johnson 6, Jonathan Lucas 4, Kacey Grisson 4, Tanton Eldred 3, Ty McCoy 3, Mike Anderson 2, Jordan Lawalin 2.

3-point goals: McDonald 2, Graves (MC). Lewis, Larsh, Eldred, McCoy (R)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Four Roff players reached double figures as Roff routed Mill Creek. ZachLewis led the way with 16 points, Lonnie Peterson added 14, Dalton Madden tossed in 11 and Hunter Larsh finished with 10. The Lady Tigers jumped out to an 18-6 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 38-17 halftime cushion. It was 61-26 through three periods.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Our kids came out a little flat, but finished strong. We have to keep working to get better,” — Roff Head Coach Bo Thomason.

Team Record: Roff 3-1.

Up Next: Latta at Roff Friday.

At Stonewall

Stonewall 58, Earlsboro 48

EARLSBORO 6 8 16 18  —  48

STONEWALL 17 13 12 16  —  58

EARLSBORO: Derrick McCormick 16, Ethan Bateman 16, Eric Stargell 5, Conner Kelsey 4, Kaiden Orson 4, Austin Sanders 3

STONEWALL: Chase Finley 22, Gage Burns 17, Tanner Dees 14, Dakota Morgan 5.

3-point goals: McCormick, Bateman, Sanders (E). Dees, Morgan (S)

Fouled out: none

NOTEWORTHY: Chase Finley fired in 22 points as Stonewall, behind solid defensive effort in the first half, rolled to a 10-point victory over Earlsboro on Tuesday. Gage Burns followed with 17 points for the Longhorns and Tanner Dees ended up with 14. Derrick McCormick and Ethan Bateman topped the Wildcats with 16 points apiece. Stonewall jumped out to a 17-6 lead after one quarter and cruised to a 30-14 halftime advantage, holding Earlsboro to single digits in each of the first two periods.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Defensively in the first half, was as well as we’ve played all year. I felt, in the second half, they we let up and let them back in the game,” — Stonewall Head Coach Wes Moreland.

Record: Stonewall is 2-1

Up Next: Stonewall at Vanoss Friday.

 

At Calvin

Tupelo 68, Calvin 44

TUPELO 12 13 25 18  —  68

CALVIN 8 15 13   8  —  44

TUPELO: Corey McCollum 20, Josh Gragg 14, Caleb Watson 12, Chisum Henry 9, John Umsted 7, Ben Meek 2, Kolten Parker 2, Luke Leland 2

CALVIN: Harrison 14, Yanker 12, Turpin 7, Fulton 5, Attkisson 3, Holman 2, Haddox 1

3-point goals: Umsted (T). Harrison 2 (C)

NOTEWORTHY: Corey McCollum poured in 22 points, grabbed five rebounds and recorded four steals as Tupelo upended Calvin in a road contest on Tuesday. Josh Gragg added 14 points to the Tiger attack as he also pulled down seven rebounds. Caleb Watson tossed in 12 points and also had seven boards for the winners. Tupelo had a slim 25-23 halftime advantage, before outscoring the hosts by a 25-13 margin in the third quarter and an 18-8 run in the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was a sloppy first half on the offensive end. Finally, in the last two quarters, our ball movement was much better, which created easier opportunities,” — Tupelo Head Coach Clay Weller.

Record: Tupelo is 3-0

Up Next: Asher at Tupelo Friday.