Stillwater News Press

January 13, 2014

Pawnee hands Hominy big loss

By Derek Brown
Stillwater NewsPress

HOMINY, Okla. — Follwing Pawnee’s first loss of the season, the Black Bears were able to bounce back, big.

Pawnee went to Hominy after losing to Class A No. 1 ranked Glencoe in the finals of the Morrison Tournament. Pawnee did not struggle at all Monday night as the Black Bears’ balance led to a 66-25 blowout victory.

Pawnee had eight players find the bottom of the net and four of which scored in double figures.

Payden Moore led the Black Bears with a 16 point night. Nathan Brock and Riland Moore both chipped in 13 points. Gideon Gardner dropped in 10 points in the bounce back win.

Pawnee scored 41 points and allowed just 13 in the first half. PHS was able to play a number of players in the game.


Hominy       8      5       8      4     —    25

Pawnee    20    21     14     11    —    66

Pawnee (10-1): P. Moore 16, Brock 13, R. Moore 13, Gardner 10, Roughface 6, Stingley 3, Pershall 3, Miller 2