BOYS

Saturday, Dec. 15

Big 8 Conference Tournament

At Wynnewood

Consolation Championship

Stratford 41, Lexington 38

STRATFORD 6 12 8 15 — 41

LEXINGTON 10 8 13 7 — 38

STRATFORD: Blake Patrom 13, Caleb Miller 12, Russell Caton 7, Luke Miller 3, Payton Wood 3, Trevan Willingham 3.

LEXINGTON: Seth Comer 15, Jaylen Cotrell 8, Colton Penner 4, Dawley 3, Andre Ibarra 2, Toby Prevost 2, Hayden Pruitt 2, Jordan Land 2.

3-point goals: C. Miller 1, Wood 1, Willingham 1 (S); Comer 5 (L).

Fouled out: Cottrell, Land (L).

NOTEWORTHY: The Stratford Bulldogs erased a five-point deficit in the fourth quarter and rallied past Lexington 41-38 to win the consolation championship of the Big 8 Conference Tournament Saturday in Wynnewood. Blake Patrom scored 13 points to pace the Stratford offense, while Caleb Miller followed closely with 12. Russell Caton chipped in eight for the Bulldogs. The game was tied at 18-18 before Lexington outscored the locals 13-8 in the third period to take a 31-26 advantage to the fourth period. Seth Comer hit five 3-point shots for 15 points to lead Lexington, while Jaylen Cotrell followed with eight.

Team Records: Stratford 5-3; Lexington 4-3.

Up next: Asher at Stratford tonight.

At Vanoss

CHA 78, Vanoss 60

CHA 15 26 21 16 — 78

VANOSS 15 11 18 16 — 60

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE: Zach Hale 16, Ryan Langerman 16, Eli Thomas 13, Christopher Johnson 10, Nate Nuthman 7, Luke Winslow 6, Liam Canty 4, Carson Bullard 4, Carter Buchanan 2.

VANOSS: Sando Hill 25, Cade Paulin 15, Riley Cooper 9, Tucker Bucher 5, Colten Byrd 4, Ryan Dennis 2.

3-point goals: Langerman 4, Nuthman 2, Thomas 1, Johnson 1 (CHA); Hill 4, Poulin 3, Bucher 1 (V).

Fouled out: Bridge Bullard (CHA).

Friday, Dec. 14

At Allen

Allen 60, Asher 57 (OT)

ASHER 14 7 11 18 7 — 57

ALLEN 12 10 11 17 10 — 60

ASHER: Mike McDonald 25, Patch Hamilton 14, Ty Herndon 10, Trevor Martin 8.

ALLEN: Chad Milne 31, Nathan Hammonds 16, Aaron Dockery 4, Jaren Porter 3, Kaden Mills 3, Hunter Simpson 3.

3-point goals: N. Hammonds 4, C. Milne 4, K. Mills 1 (Allen); M. McDonald 3, T. Herndon 2, (Asher).

Fouled out: N. Hammonds, C. Holcomb, K. Milks, (Allen); P. Hamilton, T. Martin (Asher).

NOTEWORTHY: Allen’s Nate Hammond sank a 3-pointer at the buzzer as he was falling out of bounds near the far end of the AHS bench as time expired to force overtime and the Mustangs went on to edge Asher 60-57 at home Friday night. Allen, ranked No. 15 in Class 2A, led 22-21 at halftime and 33-32 after three quarters but needed Hammonds’ late heroics to survive in the fourth period. Allen won overtime 10-7. Chad Milne scored a game-high 31 points to pace the Mustangs, while Hammond followed with 14 points. Both Milne and Hammonds sank four 3-point shots apiece. Mike McDonald poured in 25 points for Asher and Patch Hamilton contributed 14. Ty Herdon also reached double digits with 10.

Team Records: Allen 7-1; Asher 6-5.

Up next: Allen at Tupelo tonight; Asher at Stratford tonight.

At Byng

Byng 62, Seminole 43

SEMINOLE 8 13 9 13 — 43

BYNG 22 13 9 18 — 62

SEMINOLE – Cepado Wilkins 11, Trevor Brinker 11, Jaxon Bond 8, Deyton Jackson 7, Cade Hammond 4, Chico Baker 2.

BYNG – Theran Smith 20, Cale Eaton 19, Parker Presley 14, Tyler Walker 5, Nolan Feazle 4.

3-point goals: Wilkins 2, Bond 2, Brinker 1, Jackson 1 (S); Eaton 2, Presley 2, Feazle 1 (B).

Fouled Out: Brinker (S).

NOTEWORTHY: The Byng Pirates knocked down 17-of-21 free throws and received double-figure scoring from three players in slamming Seminole, 62-43, Friday night. Theran Smith led the way for Byng with 20 points. Cale Eaton followed with 19 points, including a pair of treys, and Parker Presley ended up with 14 points, including two 3-pointers. The Pirates raced out to a 22-8 advantage through one quarter and maintained that 14-point lead on the way to a 35-21 halftime cushion. It was 44-30 after three quarters. Cepado Wilkins and Trevor Brinker paced Seminole with 11 points apiece.

Record: Byng is 7-1.

Up Next: Byng at Ardmore Saturday.

 At Silo

Roff 55, Silo 41

SILO 4 11 9 17 — 41

ROFF 14 4 19 18 — 55

SILO – Dylan Turner 15, Jacob Lawless 8, Korben Ford 7, Chase Corbin 5, Leyton Manners 5, Britt Duncan 1.

ROFF – Trayson Miller 12, Brady Benedict 11, Wil Joplin 9, Cooper Simon 8, Talon Rhoten 6, Dayne Bowerman 3, Aiden Bagwell 2, Conner Owens 2, Jacob Jones 2.

3-point goals: Lawless, Ford (S); Simon 2, Miller 1, Benedict 1, Joplin 1, Bowerman 1 (R).

NOTEWORTHY: Trayson Miller tossed in 12 points and Brady Benedict had 11 as each knocked down one 3-pointer in the Roff Tigers’ 55-41 home victory over Silo on Friday. Wil Joplin also supplied nine points, including one trey, to the Roff attack and teammate Cooper Simon finished with eight points, including two 3-point buckets. Dylan Turner topped Silo with 15 points and Jacob Lawless tacked on eight. The Tigers jumped out to a 14-4 cushion after the first quarter, held a slim 18-15 lead at halftime and went on a 19-9 run in the third in building a 37-24 advantage going into the fourth.

Team Record: Roff 7-4.

Up Next: Vanoss at Roff Tuesday.

At Tupelo

Sasakwa 63, Tupelo 57

SASAKWA 14 17 9 23 — 63

TUPELO 18 10 9 20 — 57

SASAKWA – Jones 27, West 17, Johnson 9, Kionute 5, Leetka 3, Griffin 2.

TUPELO – Michael Moralez 16, Seth Foreman 15, James Beach 9, Fisher Parker 6, Ty Bourland 5, Austin Vick 4, Bentley Bills 2.

3-point goals: West 5, Jones 2 (S); Moralez 1, Bourland 1 (T)

NOTEWORTHY: Michael Moralez tallied 16 points and Seth Foreman added 15 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double but it wasn’t enough as the Tupelo Tigers dropped a 63-57 home decision to Sasakwa. James Beach followed with nine points in a losing cause and Fisher Parker finished with six to go with 10 rebounds. Moralez and Ty Bourland each hit a 3-pointer for Tupelo’s only treys of the game. The Vikings knocked down seven 3-point shots.

COACH’S QUOTE: “Free throws were big. We went 7-of-14, while Sasakwa shot 83 percent (20-of-24). It was a tie game late, and we couldn’t close it out. Sasakwa has a solid club,” — Tupelo head coach Clay Weller.

Team Records: Tupelo 5-7; Sasakwa 6-2.

Up next: Allen at Tupelo tonight.

At New Lima

Konawa 62, New Lima 53

KONAWA 16 19 17 10 — 62

NEW LIMA 7 7 23 16 — 53

KONAWA – Dyami Kilpatrick 28, Christopher Matchie 11, Caleb Nail 9, Seth Tanyan 7, Tommy Shull 5, Silas Isaacs 5.

NEW LIMA – David Gates 15, Adam Deatherage 14, Chris Griffis 7, Beau Driggers 7, Kobe Mahoney 6, Karlonti Carter 4.

3-point goals: Matchie 1, Nail 1 (K); Gates 3, Deatherage 2, Mahoney 2, Griffis 1 (NL).

Fouled Out: Griffis (NL).

NOTEWORTHY: Dyami Kilpatrick poured in 28 points on nine field goals and was a perfect 10-of-10 from the free-throw line Friday night as the Konawa Tigers clipped host New Lima, 62-53. Konawa was 15-of-19 from the charity stripe for the game. Christopher Matchie followed with 11 points, and Caleb Nail added nine as each converted one 3-point shot. Seth Tanyan was next with seven points for the winners. David Gates, behind three treys, led New Lima with 15 points and Adam Deatherage, who nailed two 3-point baskets, ended up with 14 points. Konawa raced out to a 16-7 lead after one quarter and went on a 19-7 run through the second in building a 35-14 halftime cushion. The Falcons made it closer with a 39-27 second half.

Team Records: Konawa 4-3; New Lima 6-7.

Up Next: Konawa at Stonewall tonight.

At Latta

Latta 54, Stonewall 18

STONEWALL 7 4 2 5 — 18

LATTA 11 11 23 9 — 54

STONEWALL: Jarrett Ellis 11, Spencer Gatewood 3, Jared Vaughn 2, Jason Hubbard 2.

LATTA: Ethan Elliott 8, Bryce Ireland 8, Rylan Schlup 8, Randis Gray 7, Hyatt Hoppe 5, Hayden Hoppe 4, Christian Williams 4, Tyler Ireland 2, Dawson Dansby 2, Lane Garrett 2, Harmon Notter 2, Ryler Rich 2.

3-point goals: Gatewood 1 (S); Elliott 2, B. Ireland 2, Schlup 2, Williams 1, Hayden Hoppe 1, Hyatt Hoppe 1, Gray 1 (L).

Fouled out: None.

GIRLS

Saturday, Dec. 15

At Vanoss

Vanoss 60, CHA 55

CHA 13 13 12 17 — 55

VANOSS 14 12 20 14 — 60

CHRISTIAN HERITAGE: Rylee Langerman 23, Olivia Curtis 12, Lexie Davis 9, Grace LittleJim 6, Cayce Cargill 5.

VANOSS: Emrie Ellis 20, Rileigh Rush 15, Caitlin Byrd 11, Lizzy Simpson 11, Abbi Snow 3.

3-point goals: Davis 2, Curtis 2, Cargill 1, LittleJim 1 (CHA); Ellis 2, Rush 4, Byrd 2, Snow 1 (V).

Fouled out: LittleJim, Cargill (CHA).

Friday, Dec. 14

At Byng

Byng 43, Seminole 24

SEMINOLE 7 2 8 7 — 24

BYNG 15 13 11 4 — 43

SEMINOLE – Abby Carter 14, Kat Childers 3, Hayden Harjo 3, Anna Andrews 2, Kaylon Cotner 2.

BYNG – Kennedy Large 10, Emily Wilson 9, Krosby Clinton 8, Britney Brooks-Teel 8, Karissa Shico 3, McKinley Feazle 2, Trenity Miller 2, Deesa Neely 1.

3-point goals: Carter 1, Childers 1 (S); Clinton 2, Shico 1 (B).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Balanced scoring at the top and hard-nosed play on the defensive end lifted the Byng Lady Pirates to a 43-24 thumping of visiting Seminole on Friday. Kennedy Large led the Byng scoring effort with 10, and Emily Wilson followed with nine. Krosby Clinton and Britney Brooks-Teel tossed in eight points each, as Clinton canned a pair of 3-pointers. Abby Carter tallied a game-leading 14 points to pace Seminole. The Lady Pirates went on a 15-7 scoring spurt in the first quarter and staged a 13-2 run in the second in creating a 28-9 halftime advantage. It was 39-17 through three quarters.

COACH’S QUOTE: “I’m proud of our girls tonight. I thought we played extremely hard, especially on the defensive end,” — Byng head coach Trent Miller.

Team Record: Byng is 6-2; Seminole 1-5.

Up Next: Byng at Ardmore Thursday.

At Allen

Allen 68, Asher 50

ALLEN 17 12 21 18 — 68

ASHER 22 14 8 6 — 50

ASHER: Ryan Herndon 21, Sarah Fleming 12, Bailey Larman 11, Kat Dixson 2, Gracy Hadley 2, Jessie King 2.

ALLEN: Kinsey Nix 26, Sunzie Harrison 18, Kaylyn Rowsey 13, Jaycee Watkins 9, Calissa Childers 2.

3-point goals: Herndon 5, Larman 3 (Asher); Nix 5, Harrison 4, Watkins 3 (Allen).

Fouled out: Fleming (Asher).

NOTEWORTHY: The Allen Lady Mustangs outscored Asher 39-14 in the second half and rallied past the Lady Indians 68-50 at home Friday night. Asher, on the strength of 3-point shooting by Ryan Herdon, jumped out to leads of 22-17 and 36-29. Kinsey Nix hit five 3-pointers and finished with a game-high 26 points for Allen. Sunzie Harrison tossed in four 3-point shots and scored 18, while Kaylyn Rowsey hit double figures with 13, Jaycee Watkins hit a trio of threes for Allen and scored nine points. Herdon hit five triples of her own and scored 21 to lead Asher, while Sarah Fleming scored 12 points in the post before fouling out. Bailey Larman sank three 3-pointers and scored 11 for the visitors.

Team Records: Allen 6-2; Asher 6-5.

Up next: Allen at Tupelo tonight; Asher at Stratford tonight.

At New Lima

Konawa 55, New Lima 37

KONAWA 16 12 11 16 — 55

NEW LIMA 4 15 15 3 — 37

KONAWA – Kayden King 22, Frankie Soar 16, Charlene Galimba 7, Charlyee Ortiz 5, Kashyn Ortiz 2, Kim Soar 2, Kayla Hill 1.

NEW LIMA – J. Truman 12, L. Hellman 10, A. Harse 6, K. Stafford 5, J. Harjo 4.

3-point goals: C. Ortiz 1 (K); Hellman 3, Truman 1, Stafford 1 (NL).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Kayden King fired in 22 points and grabbed six rebounds Friday as the Konawa Lady Tigers clipped host New Lima, 55-37. Frankie Soar added 16 points, seven boards, four assists and four steals to the Konawa attack. Teammate Charlene Galimba finished with seven points, four rebounds, four steals and three assists and Charlyee Ortiz chipped in five points, including her team’s only trey, with five boards and three assists. Kim Soar pulled down a team-high eight rebounds to go with her two points. The Lady Tigers launched the game with a 16-4 first quarter and settled for a 28-19 halftime advantage. Konawa led 39-34 through three periods before going on a 16-3 run in the fourth to pull away.

Team Records: Konawa 6-1; New Lima 6-7.

Up Next: Konawa at Stonewall tonight.

Big 8 Conference Tournament

At Wynnewood

Semifinals

Stratford 30, Wynnewood 26

STRATFORD 8 6 8 8 — 30

WYNNEWOOD 8 4 9 5 — 26

STRATFORD – Abbi Phelps 9, Jaedyn Getman 9, Olivia Inman 7, Angel Wood 3, Jacy Korzan 2.

WYNNEWOOD – Harmon 8, Smith 7, Anderson 3, Thompson 3, Oliver 2, Burden 2, Keith 1.

3-point goals: Phelps 3, Getman 1, Wood 1 (S); Harmon 2, Anderson 1 (W).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: Abbi Phelps and Jaedyn Getman tallied nine points apiece Friday night as the Stratford Lady Bulldogs upended the host Wynnewood Lady Savages, 30-26, in the semifinals of the Big 8 Conference Tournament. Phelps canned three 3-point baskets, and Getman connected for one in the closely contested contest throughout. Olivia Inman was next on the Stratford scoring chart with seven points. The two teams were tied at 8-8 after one quarter, and the Lady Bulldogs had a 14-12 edge at halftime. It was 22-21 through three quarters before Stratford had an 8-5 scoring advantage in the fourth to register the win.

Team Records: Stratford 6-2, Wynnewood 1-6.

Up next: Stratford at Asher tonight.

At Latta

Latta 54, Stonewall 42

STONEWALL 4 15 10 13 — 42

LATTA 17 16 14 7 — 54

STONEWALL: Alexis Chamberlain 21, Mahayla Walker 7, Dawsyn Lyon 5, Ashley Hayes 4, Meghan Sliger 3, Tatum Brady 2.

LATTA: Emma Epperly 19, Chloe Brinlee 11, Carson Dean 9, Shelby Garrett 4, Sarah Ailey 4, Triniti Cotanny 3, Tawni Wood 2, Macy Smith 2.

3-point goals: Sliger 1, Walker 1, Lyon 1 (S).Fouled out: Chamberlain (S).