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January 26, 2013

Lady Pioneers fall to 5A's top team Shawnee in title game

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SHAWNEE, Okla. —

Boys

Glencoe 69, Yale 56

GLENCOE — The Panthers kept their undefeated season alive as they pulled away in the second quarter for a 69-56 victory over the Bulldogs in the championship of the Glencoe Tournament.

“We were up by nine at halftime and started the third quarter strong and got our lead up to 18,” Glencoe coach John Lazenby said. “It was a great matchup and we needed that kind of competition.

Jake Lazenby led all scorers with 22 points. Konner Fowler led the Bulldogs with 19. The Panthers visit Woodland and Yale visits Morrison on Tuesday.

Frontier 65, Ponca City JV 35

TONKAWA — The Mustangs claimed seventh place in the North Country Tournament with a 65-35 victory over the Wildcats JV. Jayson Ratliff led the Mustangs in scoring with 15 points and was one of four double digit scorers. The Mustangs (4-18) host Oklahoma Bible Academy on Tuesday.

Perkins-Tryon 63, Seminole 42

PERKINS — The Perkins-Tryon Demons claimed third-place in the 66 Conference Tournament with a 63-42 victory over the Seminole Chieftains. Caleb White led the Demons in scoring with 14. P-T will visit Meeker on Tuesday.

Cashion 78, Morrison 58

CASHION — Morrison fell 78-58 to Cashion in the consolation championship game of the County Line Tournament. Kyle Collins was the leading scorer for the Wildcats (8-9) with 24. Morrison will play Yale on Tuesday.

Coyle 66, Community Christian 53

CASHION — The Bluejackets’ beat Community Christian 66-53 to take home the third-place trophy of the County Line Tournament. Tony Aska was the high-scorer for Coyle (17-4) with 23 points. Coyle goes to Oilton to play on Tuesday.

Girls

Coyle 36, Oklahoma Christian School 34


CASHION — Coyle won the championship of the County Line Tournament, beating Oklahoma Christian School 36-34. Shilah Young led the Lady Bluejackets (13-7) with 13 points. Coyle will travel to Oilton at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday.

Tonkawa 42, Frontier 33

TONKAWA — Turnovers and rebounding hurt the Lady Mustangs in the second half of a 42-33 loss to the Lady Buccaneers in the championship of the North Country Classic.

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