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December 17, 2013

Frontier sweeps Coyle, Perkins-Tryon girls remain undefeated

COYLE, Okla. — The Frontier boys defeated Coyle 63-47, after gaining the lead in a strong second quarter.

The Mustangs outscored the Bluejackets 22-9 in the second. Triston Harris was the high-scorer for the Mustangs with 17 points and Jaysen Ratliff added 16. Talon Harris contributed 9.

Chaz Newton put up 22 points for the Bluejackets and Lashay Johnson scored 8.

Coyle coach Josh Sumrall said his team has a lot of effort and energy but needs improvement.

“We play hard, but we’ve got a lot to learn,” Sumrall said. “Basketball IQ wise, we’ve just got to learn the game.”

Coyle will host Ripley and the Mustangs will travel to Woodland at 8 p.m. Friday.



PAWNEE — The Black Bears more than doubled Woodland’s points in a victory over the Cougars.

Pawnee jumped out to a 19 point lead in the first quarter and were up by 37 at halftime. A strong third quarter increased the Black Bears’ lead to 54 points.

Caylan Biddy led the Black Bears offensively with 20 points and Nathan Brock followed closely with 18. Gideon Gardner also contributed 15.

Pawnee will play at Perry at 8 p.m. Friday.


GLENPOOL — Cushing had a 21-0 run at the end of the game to beat Glenpool.

The teams were tied at half but the Tigers didn’t allow any points in the fourth. Drew Wilson led the team with 21 points and 10 rebounds. Coach David Day said the team had a lot of points come off the bench, including Lee Herren with 8, Tyler Watkins with 5 and Trevor Brandle with 3.

Cushing will host Cleveland at 8 p.m. Friday.



GLENPOOL — Cushing was defeated by Glenpool in another close game on the road.

The Lady Tigers gave up the lead in the second quarter and were down by 2 points going into the second half. Megan Stump led Cushing with 19 points. Karlie Jones contributed 8.

Cushing will host Cleveland at 8 p.m. Friday.


PERKINS — The Lady Demons had a high-scoring fourth quarter to secure the win over McLoud.

P-T was up by 2 at halftime, but foul trouble for McLoud gave P-T the point advantage it needed.

“We just hit some free throws down the stretch,” P-T coach Jerry Burnett said.

Jeri Adkism was the leading scorer with 16 points. Bailey Wensler followed with 12.

The Lady Demons look for another win when they travel to Holdenville  6:30 p.m. Friday.


PAWNEE — Pawnee couldn’t hold on to its first half lead and fell to Woodland.

The Lady Black Bears were up by 3 baskets going in to the third quarter, but Pawnee coach Chad Tsotigh said he didn’t coach well in the second half.

Pawnee failed to cover in the back when they were pressuring the ball. That and fouls cost them the game.

Jaiden Alley put up 10 points for the Lady Black Bears. Natalie Jensen added 9, and Tori Stevens and Dorcas Hall-Zotigh each had 7.

Pawnee will play at Perry at 6:30 p.m. Friday.


COYLE — The Lady Mustangs had a solid lead throughout the game in their victory over Coyle.

Frontier had a 9-point lead to start the game. Marissa Goodman led offensivey for Frontier with 24 points. Thristian Young also put 14 points on the board.

The Lady Bluejackets were led by Tyra Aska with 18 points and Shilah Young with 10.

Coyle will face Ripley at home and Frontier will travel to Woodland at 6:30 p.m. Friday.


AGRA — The Lady Bearcats came out strong in their win against Paden.

Agra started the game with a 13-point lead in the first half, and didn’t allow Paden to score in the third. The third quarter increased the Lady Bearcats lead to 31 points.

Layla Hutchinson was the high-scorer for Agra with 11 points. Baylee Murray and Faith Condrey each contributed 8.

 Agra wil travel to Davenport at 6:30 p.m. Friday.


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