- Ada, Oklahoma

November 21, 2013

Tuesday's Girls and Boys Basketball Capsules

Ada — Tuesday, Nov. 19


At Latta

Latta 44, Dale 34

DALE 4 7 11 12  —  34

LATTA 9 16 7 12  —  44

DALE: Kamy Walck 8, Anna Armitage 6, Franchansca Buley 6, Taylor Thompson 6, Dani Manning 5, Hannah Ash 2.

LATTA: Shelbey Parnacher 13, Nelaina Baker 11, Krisha Young 9, Laramie Edens 5, Shiann Henderson 3, Diamond Hill 2, Maria Priest 1.

3-point goals: Walck 2, Thompson 2 (D). Parnacher (L).

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Latta, behind 13 points and five steals from senior Shelbey Parnacher, rolled to the 10-point decision over the visiting Lady Pirates on Tuesday. Junior Nelaina Baker followed with 11 points, and junior Krisha Young chipped in nine for Latta. The trio of Baker, Young and junior Laramie Edens pulled down seven rebounds apiece for the winners. Edens also ended up with four steals. Parnacher had the Lady Panthers’ only 3-pointer. Kamy Walck led Dale with eight points, including a pair of treys. Latta jumped out to a 9-4 advantage after one quarter and went on to a 25-11 halftime lead. It was 32-22 in favor of the Lady Panthers through three quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We had a great defensive effort. Dale can score. We had a little letdown in the third quarter. We kind of matched them in intensity in the second half, overall. Our scoring was fairly balanced, and I hope it stays that way the rest of the season.” — Latta head coach David Tinkler.

Team Records: Latta is 2-0; Dale 1-2.

Up Next: Latta at Vanoss Tuesday, Nov. 26.


As Asher

Asher 60, Earlsboro 48

EARLSBORO 12 6 13 17  —  48

ASHER 10 11 21 18  —  60

EARLSBORO: Kourtney Jones 25, Megan Ashley 10, Phenisha Washburn 9, Elizabeth Lena 4.

ASHER: Shelby Fleming 30, Tarin Dubler 16, Tristan Milburn 8, Haley Odell 5, Chelsy Bottom 1.

3-point goals: Jones 4, Washburn 2, Lena 1 (E), Dubler 2, Odell (A).

Fouled out: Jones (E).

NOTEWORTHY: Sophomore forward Shelby Fleming fired in 30 points and pulled down 20 rebounds as the Lady Indians rolled to a 12-point win over Earlsboro on Tuesday night. Freshman guard Tarin Dubler followed with 16 points, including two 3-pointers, and Tristan Milburn chipped in eight points and dished out 10 assists. Kourtney Jones, behind four 3-pointers, tossed in 25 points, and Megan Ashley contributed 10 to pace the Lady Wildcats. Asher trailed 12-10 before taking a 21-18 halftime advantage. The Lady Indians led 42-31 after three quarters. The Lady Indians snapped Earlboro’s season-opening five-game win streak.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We needed a big game out of Fleming and got it, and we had consistency. We knew Earlsboro was going to be a tough team going in.” — Asher head coach Tari Dubler.

Team Records: Asher is 4-1; Earlsboro 5-1.

Up Next: Asher hosts Allen on Friday.


At Stringtown

Roff 54, Stringtown 21

ROFF 14 13 10 17  —  54

STRINGTOWN 4 5 4   8  —  21

ROFF: Lauren Trimmer 32, Jalee Hood 10, Breecia Crawford 3, Darcy Bowerman, Ashley Cornell 2, Winter Fick 2, Jessi Scott 2.

STRINGTOWN: Sydney Moore 6, Alyssa Coffman 6, Catelyn Williams 5, Emily Coffman 2, Mckenzie Brutchen 2.

3-point goals: Williams (S).

NOTEWORTHY: Lauren Trimmer tossed in 32 points as Roff limited Stringtown to single digits in each quarter in rolling to a 54-21 road rout on Tuesday. Jalee Hood also reached double figures for the victorious Lady Tigers with 10. Roff led 14-4 after the first period and cruised to a 27-9 halftime cushion. The Lady Tigers outscored the hosts 10-4 in the third and 17-8 in the fourth to get the 33-point victory.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Our defense was really solid tonight, and Lauren showed up big offensively.” — Roff assistant coach Kim Crawford.

Team Records: Roff is 4-2; Stringtown 2-4.

Up Next: Roff at Wanette Friday.


At Stonewall

Stuart 60, Stonewall 52

STUART 13 17 12 18  —  60

STONEWALL 16 15   7 14  —  52

STUART: Emilee Beck 17, McKay Barton 16, Kayla Smith 12, Chasity Garvin 9, Megan Jernigen 6.

STONEWALL: Justice Dees 21, Taylor Barrett 13, Tana Davis 8, Shania Bills 5, Sarah Monday 3, Mackenzie Davis 2.

3-point goals: Smith 2, Beck 3, Barton 4, Jernigan (Stuart); Barrett, Bills (Stone).

Fouled out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Stuart Lady Hornets hit 10 3-pointers, including a key triple by McKay Barton in the fourth quarter, to turn back Stonewall Tuesday inside the Murphy-Roberts Gymnasium. Stonewall pulled within 54-51 in a Mackenzie Davis bucket before Barton hit the key 3-pointer that helped stop the Longhorn rally. The loss spoiled a strong outing by Justice Dees, who hit 10-of-13 shots to finish with a game-high 21 points. Taylor Barrett also reached double figures for Stonewall with 13, while Tana Davis finished with eight points and eight rebounds. Emilee Beck hit a trio of 3-pointers and scored 17 points for Stuart, while Barton hit four trifectas and followed with 16. Stonewall had an early 24-17 lead before Stuart managed to get within 31-30 at halftime.

COACH'S QUOTE: “We’re getting closer, but we still have a lot to improve on.” — Stonewall head coach Brian Davis.

Team Records: Stonewall 1-5; Stuart 4-2.

Up Next: Tupelo at Stonewall Friday.



At Latta

Latta 53, Dale 32

DALE 10 13   4   5  —  32

LATTA 13 15 15 10  —  53

DALE: Jace Wilkins 10, Latif Tobler 9, Randy Crawford 6, Taron Carter 3, Brandon Draper 2, Gunnar Hathcock 2.

LATTA: Kade Hayes 23, Brady Johnson 9, Derek Epperly 6, Treston Tully 6, Ryan Stockton 4, Brogan Cantrell 3, Carter Kessinger 2.

3-point goals: Carter (D). Hayes 5, Johnson, Tully (L).

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Senior guard Kade Hayes popped in four 3-pointers, finished with a game-high 23 points and recorded five steals as the Panthers rolled past Dale, 53-32, on Tuesday. Senior forward Brady Johnson added nine points, including one trey, and pulled down six rebounds for Latta. Juniors Derek Epperly and Treston Tully chipped in six points each as Tully also handed out six assists for the Panthers. Jace Wilkins scored all 10 of his points in the first half to lead the Pirates. Latta led 13-10 after one quarter and had a 28-23 halftime lead. The Panthers outscored Dale by a 15-4 margin in the third and went on a 10-5 run in the fourth.

COACH’S QUOTE: “I thought, defensively, we played really well. We were locked in defensively. Brady did a great job on Wilkins, holding him scoreless in the second half. We still need some work on our offense, but we created some offense with our defense.” — Latta head coach Donnie Husband.

Team Records: Latta is 2-0; Dale 1-2.

Up Next: Latta at Vanoss Tuesday, Nov. 26.


At Asher

Asher 80, Earlsboro 70

EARLSBORO 16 16 18 20  —  70

ASHER 21 30 18 11  —  80

EARLSBORO: Derick McCormick 39, Connor Kelsay 14, Ethan Bateman 8, Austin Sanders 4, Kaiden Orso 3, Eric Stargell 2.

ASHER: Tim Johnson 35, Caleb Dublet 12, Tanner Andrews 10, Ryan Pybas 8, Colby Carpenter 7, Hunter Fowler 6, Jordan Luman 2.

3-point goals: McCormick 6, Kelsay 4, Bateman (E). Fowler 2, Johnson, Carpenter (A).

Fouled out: None

NOTEWORTHY: Junior Tim Johnson poured in 35 points as the Indians built a 51-32 halftime advantage before posting an 80-70 decision over visiting Earlsboro on Tuesday night. Junior Caleb Dubler followed with 12 points for Asher, while senior Tanner Andrews ended up with 10. Derick McCormick, behind six 3-pointers, poured in a game-leading 39 points, and Connor Kelsay, who nailed four treys, ended up with 14 points. The Indians, leading 21-16 after one quarter, outscored the Wildcats 30-16 in the second quarter.

COACH’S QUOTE: “It was not as good of a second half as the first. We were able to get Johnson the ball and he was able to make some easy baskets, and we did a good job of getting some steals and some transition buckets.” — Asher head coach Lance Weeks.

Team Records: Asher is 4-1; Earlsboro 3-3.

Up Next: Asher hosts Allen on Friday.


At Stonewall

Stuart 58, Stonewall 53

STUART 13 13 18 14  —  58

STONEWALL   9 19 12 13  —  53

STUART: G. Brewer 14, K. Wilson 12, D. Beck 11, D. Lawrence 10, K. Dunagan 9, Z. Murdaugh 2.

STONEWALL: Chase Finely 23, Tanner Dees 21, Dakota Morgan 6, Gage Burns 3.

3-point goals: Beck (Stuart). Dees 5, Burns (Stonewall)

Fouled out: Lawrence (Stuart)

NOTEWORTHY: The Longhorns misfired on 13-of-20 free-throw tries and dropped a five-point home decision to Stuart on Tuesday night. Chase Finley fired in a game-leading 23 points and Tanner Dees added 21, including five 3-pointers, to pace Stonewall in a losing cause. Four players reached double figures for Stuart.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Stuart is a really talented team. We had our chances in the fourth quarter but really struggled at the free throw line, hitting just 7-of-20. We are getting better each game, though.” — Stonewall head coach Wes Moreland.

Team Records: Stonewall 3-2; Stuart 5-1.

Up Next: Tupelo at Stonewall Friday.