Prep scores and highlights.
Grant Hetherington rose to the occasion on Homecoming Saturday.
The junior guard scored 35 points, hitting six 3-point baskets, and led Davis to a 70-65 win over Stratford, concluding the 2008 portion of the season.
Hetherington has been hot on offense lately, scoring 26 in a 54-53 loss to Thackerville.
“He’s starting to find his shooting,” Davis coach Marty Teakell said.
Hetherington scored 13 points in the third period, when Davis (3-3) outscored Stratford 25-9 to pull within 50-46. The Wolves then went on a 24-12 spurt in the final 8 minutes for the win.
Grant Couch added 14 points and Blain Knapp 11 for Davis.
Dakota Russell led the Bulldogs with 23 points, but was limited to three points — all from the foul line — in the second half.
Davis 58 Stratford 35
DAVIS — Eleven Wolves made the scorebook Saturday night in a rout of the Bulldogs to start Homecoming night.
Taylor Lacy had 14 points to lead the Wolves (2-4), and Casha Birch contributed nine. Davis was ahead 32-22 at the break.
Rowe wins Kingfisher title
KINGFISHER — Sulphur senior Tanner Rowe has “come out of his shell,” coach Zach Cartmell said Sunday.
Rowe won all eight of his matches in claiming the 140-pound division championship of the Kingfisher tournament Saturday, beating Tonkawa’s Ruben Jauregui in the final, 8-0. As a team, Sulphur was seventh.
“Tanner wrestled probably the best eight matches I’ve ever seen him wrestle,” Cartmell said.
Rowe improved to 10-0 on the season.
“He’s been beating good guys he shouldn’t have beaten, and he’s been beaten by guys he should have (last year),” Cartmell said. He added Rowe also lost some matches in the preseason.
Zac Swartz at 145 pounds and Tony Colungo at 152 each finished second at Kingfisher. Swartz, 6-1 in the tourney, lost to Tonkawa’s Kramer Simpson in a rematch of an earlier tourney bout, and Colungo forfeited his final with a shoulder injury.
Also for the Bulldogs, Chris Turrobiartes went 7-2 and took seventh place at 145, and Peyt Blevins (189) and Nathaniel Dahl (13) each were fifth in their weight classes with 4-4 records.
Plainview’s Davis second at SOI
DUNCAN — Wes Davis placed again for Plainview in the Southern Oklahoma Invitational on Saturday.
Davis was second at 152 pounds and finished 3-1 on Saturday. In four tournaments this season, he has placed second three times and third once.
Ardmore originally was set to wrestle at the SOI, but dropped out due to a scheduling conflict.
Madill third at Cleveland
CLEVELAND — Madill won three of five matches and took third place in the Cleveland Dual Tournament on Saturday.
Madill beat Skiatook 47-42, Okmulgee 69-36 and the Cleveland JV 54-36, but lost to the Cleveland varsity 63-15 and Pawhuska 52-30.
Isaac Green at 171 pounds and Brad Avery at 189 led Madill with 5-0 records in the tournament. Avery won by fall in each match.
Lane Howell (112) had a 4-1 mark, and Levi Shelby (103), Hayden Bell (119), Mason Eddings (130) and Junior Trevino (215) each went 3-2. Tim Hardin at 152 won his first match, but sat out the other matches due to injury.
Shelby Salyer at 125 was 2-3.