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December 13, 2013

Yale advances to the Agra Invitational finals

AGRA, Okla. — Yale advanced to the championship of the Agra Invitational after defeating Olive 58-34.

The Bulldogs held Olive to only 6 points in the second quarter, increasing their lead going in to halftime to 12 points. Yale continued to control the tempo in the second half, outscoring Olive by another 12 points.

Konner Fowler put up 19 points for the Bulldogs. Brady Everhart scored 13 and Jake Winterbottom had 12.

Yale will play the winner of the Cashion and Wellston game at 8:30 p.m. Saturday.  



OILTON — The fourth quarter cost the Lady Black Bears a win in the second round of the Oilton Invitational.

Pawnee outscored Luther in every quarter but the fourth. Pawnee coach Chad Tsotigh said his team wasn’t able to put up the points toward the end of the game.

Jaidan Alley led the team offensively with 15 points and Hannah Burkett added 9.

The Lady Black Bears will play at 11 a.m. Saturday in the consolation bracket.

CARNEY 44, YALE 39      

AGRA — Carney moved forward in the Agra Invitational and Yale headed home after a close game between the teams.

Despite the loss, Yale coach Kevin Shellhorse said his team played hard.

Yale led the game until the fourth quarter when Carney outscored them by 10 points. Kaitlyn Bailey put 26 points on the board for Carney. Bailey Wade had a high-scoring game with 16 points for Yale.

Carney will play again at 1 p.m. Saturday.


RED ROCK — Morrison defeated Crescent by 31 points in the Frontier Shoot-Out.

The Lady Wildcats held Crescent to 7 points in the first half and started the second with a 22-point lead. Kalie Vernon led the Lady Wildcats with 23 points.

Morrison will go up against Garber at 12:30 Saturday for the consolation championship.     


POND CREEK — The Lady Panthers fell to South Haven and finished in eighth place in the Pond Creek-Hunter Invitational.

Karisa Pfieffer scored 10 points for M-O. Kallie Jerome and Brittany Blankenship also added 7 points each. Assistant coach Kirk Kenzie said the team played hard throughout the tournament.


AGRA —  The Lady Bearcats fell 45-28 in the semifinals to the Lady Eagles Friday.

"We got in a hole early and weren't able to battle back," coach Aaron Norton said.

Layla Hutchinson led the Lady Bearcats in scoring with 10 points.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               BOYS      


RED ROCK — Frontier defeated Garber in a high-scoring game at the Frontier Shoot-Out.

The Mustangs held Garber to 2 points in the first quarter and doubled the Wolverines’ points in the second. Roy Childs was the leading scorer for Frontier with 14 points. Talon Harris, Triston Harris and Tyler Armstrong each added 10.


STROUD — The Demons started off strong and carried the momentum to defeat Stroud by 10 points.

P-T put 20 points on the board to start the game. The early lead kept P-T ahead during the second half. Demons coach Norman Tippeconnie said both teams struggled after haftime.


OILTON — Pawnee came close to breaking triple digits in its defeat over Woodland at the Oilton Invitational.

The Black Bears put up double digits in every quarter. Gideon Gardner led the team with 25 points. Nathan Brock contributed 14.

Pawnee will play for the championship against Luther at 8:20 p.m. Saturday.


POND CREEK – Glencoe defeated Mulhall-Orlando 87-47 on Friday night in the Pond Creek-Hunter Invitational.    


The Bearcats defeated Shilder to advance to the consolation finals of the Agra Tournament Friday. Agra faces Oklahoma Christian Academy at 2:30 p.m. Saturday.


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