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February 9, 2013

Coyle boys, girls claim district titles

COYLE, Okla. — Coyle held Claremore Christian to single digits in each quarter, resulting in a 79-21 victory in the district championship game.

Scoring and playing time was spread out for the Bluejackets (20-4). Tony Aska led the team with 25 points and Jakobi Brown added 18.

Coyle will play at 8 p.m. Thursday at Beggs. Its opponent is to be determined.

BOYS

Glencoe 83, South Coffeyville 36


GLENCOE — The Panthers pulled away in the third quarter to win the Class A District 6 championship 83-36 over the South Coffeyville Lions.

The Panthers scored 36 points in the third quarter and outscored the Lions 55-18 in the second half.

“We were a little lathargic in the first half,” coach John Lazenby said. “After making adjustments at halftime, we capitalized with better scoring and better defense in the second half.”

Ty Lazenby led the Panthers with 24 points. Jake Lazenby followed with 19 and Hunter Hall contributed 18 points and seven steals. Kagen Castlebury led the team in rebounds with seven.

Frontier 59, Riverfield Day 50

RED ROCK — Landon Norman scored 19 points and Talon Harris added 18 as the Frontier boys basketball team won the district championship with a 59-50 win over Riverfield Day.

Harris had four 3-pointers and Roy Childs chipped in 13 points for the Mustangs, who will face Glencoe in the regional tournament at 8 p.m. Thursday in Kellyville.

GIRLS

Coyle 85, Claremore Christian 15


COYLE — The Lady Bluejackets won in a high-scoring district game 85-15 over Claremore Christian.

Coyle coach Tom Webb said his starting five, Shelby Jennings, Tyra Aska, Taryn Aska, Shilah Young and Adonnica Sumlin, were all top players.

Coyle will advance to play the winner of Cave Springs vs. Bluejacket at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at Beggs.

Frontier 99, Wilson 38

RED ROCK — Marissa Goodman scored 24 points as the Frontier Lady Mustangs came within a point of breaking the century mark in a 99-38 win over Wilson Saturday in the Class A District 7 championship.

“We shot the ball well all night,” Frontier coach Clay Stephens said. “We were very balanced and did a good job.”

Sydney Pappan also added 17 points — including 5 3-pointers — as the Lady Mustangs (20-6) jumped out to a 63-19 lead by halftime. As a team, Frontier drained 13 3-pointers.

Frontier will face Olive in the regional tournament Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Kellyville.

Wesleyan Christian 46, Mulhall-Orlando 41

MULHALL —The Lady Panthers fell to Wesleyan Christian 46-41 in overtime of the district finals.

M-O started out the first quarter slow, but was up by three going into the second half. The teams were tied at 37 after the fourth quarter, forcing the game into overtime.

Rett Boyd was the leading scorer for M-O with 13 points. Brittany Blankenship contributed 8.

M-O will play the loser of Deer Creek-Lamont and Shidler at 3 p.m. Thursday at Shidler.

Olive 46, Glencoe 22

GLENCOE — The Lady Panthers struggled offensively in the second half of a 46-22 loss to the Lady Wildcats in the Class A District 6 basketball championship.

Glencoe only scored five points in the second half after it trailed 25-17 at halftime. Senior Summer Jeffries led the Lady Panthers with 6 points. Glencoe will start play in the regional consolation against Henryetta-Wilson at 1:30 p.m. Thursday in Kellyville.

Ripley 58, Yale 31

RIPLEY — Ripley defeated Yale 58-31 after jumping out to a 24-9 lead in the first quarter.

“We dug ourselves a hole,” Yale coach Kevin Shellhorse said. “We played hard and had to fight the whole time, but we just had a hard time scoring.”

Lexi Huff led Yale (8-15) offensively with 12 points. For Ripley (18-1), Jaclyn McKnight was the leading scorer with 18. Whisper Lefthand, Kylie Ladd and Naomi Esling each contributed 10 points for Ripley.

Yale will host Drumright at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Stillwater NewsPress sports reporters Nick Snow and Andrew Glover contributed to the report

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