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December 12, 2013

Glencoe and Morrison boys, Frontier girls advance to tournament championships

POND CREEK, Okla. —

 Glencoe boys ran up the scoreboard to defeat Kremlin 83-33 Thursday to advance to the championship game of the Pond Creek-Hunter Invitational Tournament.

The Panthers played a big second quarter, outscoring Kremlin by 28 points. Glencoe continued strong in the second half, scoring 38 points, compared to Kremlin’s 17. 

Ty Lazenby led offensively with 23 points. Jake Lazenby followed with 16. The Panthers improved to 7-0.

Glencoe will play for the championship at 8:20 p.m. Friday.

GIRLS

FRONTIER 54, TONKAWA 42

RED ROCK — The Frontier girls defeated Tonkawa and will advance to the championship game of the Frontier Shoot-Out.

The second quarter gave the lady Mustangs the lead they needed going in to halftime, outscoring Tonkawa by six points to increase the point spread to 12. Freshman Kristan Molina led the team with 16 points. Michaelanne Nelson followed with 15. Marissa Goodman also contributed 12. 

The Lady Mustangs improve to 5-1. Frontier will play for the championship at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. 

OKLAHOMA CHRISTIAN ACADEMY 45, CARNEY 28

AGRA — The Lady Bulldogs fell to Oklahoma Christian Academy in the opening round of the Agra Invitational.

Carney had a slow start, trailing OCA by 11 at halftime. Kaitlyn Bailey finished with 15 points for Carney.

The Lady Bulldogs will move to the consolation bracket and play Yale at 1:40 p.m. Friday.

PAWNEE 65, PRUE 9

The Lady Black Bears shut out Prue in the second half and only gave up 9 points in the first.

Leading scorers for Pawnee were Jaidan Alley with 9 points and Tori Stevens, Natalie Jensen and Katie Gowdy, who each had 8 points.

Pawnee will play the second round of the Oilton Invitational at 4:20 p.m. Friday.

AGRA 42, YALE 17

AGRA — The Agra Lady Bearcats had no problems advancing against the Yale Lady Bulldogs in a 42-17 victory in the first round of the Agra Tournament Thursday.

Yale coach Kevin Shellhorse said his team struggled scoring.

“We struggled from the field,” Shellhorse said. “We played good defense and rebounded well. Just couldn’t put points on the board.”

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