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February 7, 2014

Coyle teams sweep Agra in home victories

COYLE, Okla. — The Coyle Lady Bluejackets ran up the scoreboard in a 67-23 victory over the Agra Lady Bearcats.

Agra (8-13) fell behind early and trailed by 24 points at halftime. Coyle scored 33 points in the second half and held Agra to only 13.

The leading scorer for Coyle was Shilah Young with 21 points, followed by Tyra Aska with 13. Taren Aska also contributed 10. Jolene Morse led the Lady Bearcats with eight points, and Faith Condrey scored six.

Coyle will play at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday at Davenport. Agra will face Oilton at 6:30 p.m. Friday in Glencoe in the district tournament.

The Coyle Bluejackets defeated area opponent Agra in a low-scoring game that ended 40-29.

The Bearcats couldn’t put more than one point on the board in the first quarter, giving Coyle a 13-point lead. Coyle led by 12 points at halftime. Although Agra strived for a comeback in the second half, the Bearcats couldn’t overcome the slow start.

Chaz Newton led Coyle with 10 points and Laine Noble added eight. Mason Rickner was the leading scorer for Agra with 13 points.

Agra will play in the district tournament against Oilton at 8 p.m. Friday in Glencoe. The Bluejackets travel to Davenport at 8 p.m. Tuesday.


Berryhill 51, Cushing 30

CUSHING — The Lady Tigers suffered another loss, this time to Berryhill.

Cushing only scored half of Berryhill’s 12 points in the first quarter. By halftime the Lady Tigers (6-10) were down by 14.

Hannah Burris and Karlie Jones each scored 10 points for Cushing. Cushing will travel to Stroud at 6 p.m. Saturday.

Newkirk 45, Pawnee 13

NEWKIRK — Pawnee wasn’t able to stand up to Newkirk’s defense, resulting in a low-scoring loss.

The Lady Black Bears (9-10) were down by 11 points after the first quarter and continued to fall behind. Pawnee only put five points on the scoreboard during the second half, compared to Newkirk’s 23.

The Lady Black Bears were led by Jaiden Alley with 10 points. Pawnee will host Glencoe at 6:30 p.m. Monday.

Frontier 82, Yale 30

YALE — The Frontier Lady Mustangs more than doubled Yale’s score in a victory on the road.

Yale was outscored in the first quarter 23-10, and Frontier (19-4) led at halftime by 36 points. The Mustangs increased their lead with 30 more points in the second half.

The Lady Bulldogs were led by Juanita Robison with 12 points. Marissa Goodman was the leading scorer for Frontier with 30 points. Kristan Molina followed with 21 and Thristan Young added 20.

Frontier will host Pioneer at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Yale will host Oilton at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Cashion 38, Ripley 33

RIPLEY — The Ripley Lady Warriors fought to tie the game late but couldn’t score in overtime.

Ripley started out down by eight points after the first quarter, but made a comeback to tie the game at 33 in the final quarter. The Lady Warriors weren’t able to score in overtime.

Naomi Eslinger led the team with 13 points and Wisper Lefthand scored 10. Ripley will go up against Mulhall-Orlando at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.


Berryhill 67, Cushing 44

CUSHING — The Tigers lost their first-half lead in a low-scoring second half.

Cushing was up by three points at halftime, but coach David Day said his team lost its energy in the third quarter.

“They hit a 2 then a 3 to start it and took the lead,” Day said. “We kind of lost our energy and that carried over to our defense.”

Drew Wilson scored 12 points for Cushing. The Tigers will play at Stroud at 6 p.m. Saturday.

Yale 45, Frontier 26

YALE — The Yale Bulldogs won the area matchup against the Frontier Mustangs.

Both teams were tied after the first, but Yale outscored the Mustangs 13-2 in the second quarter. In the third, both teams scored 10 points, but Frontier wasn’t able to match the Bulldogs’ 12 points in the fourth.

Roy Childs led Frontier with six points and Sheldon Kihega followed with five. Brady Eberhart scored 16 for Yale.

Frontier will host Pioneer at 6:30 p.m. Monday. Yale will host Oilton at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Cashion 44, Ripley 38

RIPLEY — The Warriors started slow and finished behind Oilton.

Ripley trailed by eight after the first quarter and wasn’t able to make up the difference.

Alex Robison led the team with 22 points. Ripley will face Mulhall-Orlando at 8 p.m. Tuesday.

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