BASKETBALL

BOYS

Friday, Nov. 2

At Tupelo

Tupelo 28, Stringtown 26

STRINGTOWN 7 2 7 10 — 26

TUPELO 8 7 5 8 — 28

STRINGTOWN – O’Bannon 9, Brutkin 8, McCool 5, Winter 2, Blaunz-Clauey 2.

TUPELO – Fisher Parker 8, Michael Moralez 7, Seth Foreman 5, Bentley Bills 3, Ty Bourland 3, James Beach 2.

3-point goals: O’Bannon 3, McCool 1 (S); Parker 2, Bills 1, Bourland 12 (T).

NOTEWORTHY: Fisher Parker tallied eight points while teammate Michael Moralez chipped in seven points, grabbed five rebounds and recorded three steals Friday night as the Tupelo Tigers launched the 2018-19 season with a 28-26 victory over Stringtown. Seth Foreman tacked on five points for the winners. Tupelo limited Stringtown to just two second-quarter points in building a 15-9 halftime advantage.

Team Record: Tupelo 0-1.

Up Next: Calvin at Tupelo tonight.

At Moss

Calvin 59, Moss 31

CALVIN 11 13 15 20 -59

MOSS 4 11 7 9 -31

CALVIN – Connor Dunn 13, Charlie Harden 11, Carson Hart 9, Brennen Griffen 7, Adryn Ingle 6, Jonas Winningham 4, Jordan Spradling 4, Jacobie Lacy 3, Jayden Guffey 2.

MOSS – Brown 13, Larney 12, Moreno 3, Hill 2, Johnson 1.

NOTEWORTHY: Connor Dunn tossed in 13 points and Charlie Harden added 11 as the Calvin Bulldogs cruised to a 59-31 rout of host Moss on Friday night. Calvin jumped out to an 11-4 advantage through one quarter, led 24-15 at halftime and held 39-22 after three periods. Carson Hunt contributed nine points for Calvin, and teammate Brennen Griffen was next with seven.

Team Record: Calvin 2-0.

Up Next: Calvin at Tupelo tonight.

At Glencoe

Glencoe 68, Asher 63

ASHER 15 20 13 15     — 63

GLENCOE 19 13 17 19     — 68

ASHER – Patch Hamilton 21, Ty Herndon 14, Jake Dobbs 12, Mike McDonald 11, Tray Odell 4, Justin Melton 2, Trevor Martin 2.

GLENCOE – Cale Lazenby 24, Kaleb Carpenter 23, Braiden Clark 12, Kyle Dotter 3, Matt Schafer 3, Ziggy Gomez 1.

3-point goals: Herndon 3, Dobbs 3, McDonald 3, Hamilton 1 (A); Carpenter 4, Lazenby 1, Dotter 1.

Fouled Out: Martin (A); Clark (G).

NOTEWORTHY: Patch Hamilton poured in 21 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and blocked four shots, but it wasn’t enough Friday night as the Asher Indians dropped a season-opening 68-63 decision to host Glencoe. Ty Herndon, Jake Dobbs and Mike McDonald each sank three 3-point shots while Hamilton hit one for Asher. Herndon finished with 14 points, Dobbs had 12 and McDonald ended up with 11. Cale Lazenby paced Glencoe with a game-high 24 points. Kaleb Carpenter was next with 23, including four treys, and Braiden Clark tacked on 12 points.

Team Record: Asher 0-1.

Up next: Tupelo at Asher Friday.

Thursday, Nov. 1

At Coleman

Calvin 68, Coleman 56

CALVIN 14 20 12 22 — 68

COLEMAN 15 20 11 10 — 56

CALVIN – Connor Dunn 20, Charlie Harden 19, Adryn Ingle 10, Jordan Spradling 7, Levi Folsom 6, Brennan Griffen 3, Carson Hart 3.

COLEMAN – individual scoring not available.

3-point goals: Dunn 1, Harden 1, Ingle 1, Spradling 1, Griffen 1, Hart 1 (Calvin).

NOTEWORTHY: Connor Dunn fired in 20 points and Charlie Harden added 19 Thursday as the Calvin Bulldogs opened the 2018-19 season with a 68-56 triumph over Coleman. Adryn Ingle tossed in 10 points for the winners as Calvin went on a 22-10 run through the fourth quarter to pull away. It was 46-46 through three periods. Calvin nailed six 3-point shots as all six came from different players.

GIRLS

At Tupelo

Stringtown 39, Tupelo 27

STRINGTOWN 11 8 9 11 — 39

TUPELO 0 2 10 15 — 27

STRINGTOWN – Dunlap 11, Layton 8, Hamlin 6, Chick 5, Clubb 5, Bray 2, Williams 2.

TUPELO – Cheyane Price 8, Breonna D’Aguanno 5, Lilly Woods 4, Autumn Fritz 3, Lindsey Meek 3, Jewel Parker 2, Shay McCollum 2.

3-point goals: Hamlin 2, Chick 1 (S); Price 2, D’Aguanno 1, Fritz 1 (T).

NOTEWORTHY: The Tupelo Lady Tigers fell victim to a scoreless first quarter and dropped a 39-27 season-opening decision to visiting Stringtown on Friday. Cheyane Price topped Tupelo with eight points and Breonna D’Aguanno was next with five. Price drained two 3-point baskets and D’Aguanno had one. Stringtown raced out to an 11-0 advantage through one quarter, led 19-2 at halftime and sat on a 28-12 cushion through three quarters.

Team Record: Tupelo 0-1.

Up next: Calvin at Tupelo tonight.

At Earlsboro

Earlsboro 50, Roff 35

ROFF 16 5 5 9 — 35

EARLSBORO 7 20 10 13 — 50

ROFF – Alyssa Sanchez 8, Payton Owens 6, Camden Simon 6, Sidney Wright 6, Kaylea Ensey 5, Maddie Adair 3, Mackenzie Parnell 1.

EARLSBORO – Brianna Nadeau 15, Abbey McCarroll 13, Hannah Lena 11, Lacey Haynes 8, Sierra Smith 3.

3-point goals: Sanchez 2, Owens 2, Simon 2, Ensey 1, Adair 1 (R); Haynes 1, Smith 1 (E).

Fouled Out: None.

NOTEWORTHY: The Roff Lady Tigers got off to a hot start but was outscored by a 43-19 margin over the final three quarters in dropping a 50-35 decision to host Earlsboro to open the 2018-19 season Friday night. Roff hit four 3-point shots in the opening quarter in building a 16-7 lead through eight minutes. Alyssa Sanchez, with a pair of treys, led the Lady Tigers with eight points while Payton Owens, Camden Simon and Sidney Wright finished with six points apiece. Owens and Simon each connected for two 3-point baskets each. Roff had only two 2-point baskets on the night. Brianna Nadeau paced Earlsboro with 15 points, Abbey McCarroll followed with 13 and Hannah Lena ended up with 11.

COACH’S QUOTE: “We just stopped making shots (after the first quarter) and they were a lot tougher than us,” said Roff head coach Trent Storts.

Team Record: Roff 0-1.

Up Next: Roff at Varnum tonight.

Thursday, Nov. 1

At Coleman

Calvin 68 Coleman 23

CALVIN 31 17 16 4 — 68

COLEMAN 1 6 8 8 — 23

CALVIN: Shantel Potter 19, Kelcie Howell 15, Brooke Miller 12, Hannah Harris 9, Angel Baker 6, Denise Thomas 5, Tessa Ethelbah 4.

COLEMAN: K. Holder 5, Lazariia Mayes 5, KK Holder 4, Rubie Martia 3, AJ Bird 3, Katie Eldridge 2.

NOTEWORTHY: Calvin charged to a 31-1 lead in the first corner and coasted past Coleman 68-23 to open its 2018-19 season. Kelcie Howell hit four 3-pointers on Calvin’s first five possession and finished with 15 points. Shantel Potter led the Lady Bulldogs with 19. Brooke Miller also reached double digits with 12.

Team Record: Calvin now 2-0.

Up next: Calvin at Tupelo tonight.