HEALDTON — Taylor Foster and Conner Harmon each scored 12 points for Turner in a 67-17 rout of Fox on Thursday night in the Healdton Bulldog Bash.
Foster and Harmon were part of a balanced offensive attack for the Falcons (17-3), who had six players with at least six points and nine players score at least one point.
Foster and Shelby O'Dell each had two 3-pointers for the Falcons, while Harmon added another.
The Turner defense was also extremely sharp, holding Fox to just four points in the first half and allowing no more than seven points in any quarter.
Turner will now face Wynnewood at 4:20 p.m. today, while the Foxes take on Wilson at 11 a.m.
HEALDTON — Kendal Rogers had 18 points to lead Davis in a rout of Thackerville.
The Wildcats (2-16) were playing without starting point guard Marissa Sena and suffered accordingly. Eleven players scored points for Davis (7-4) in the win, paced by Rogers and a 10-point performance by Jaycee Sanders.
Crystal Hicks had 10 points for Thackerville in the loss.
HEALDTON — Despite 16 points from Olivia Howard, the Wilson Eagles were doomed by slow finishes to each half in a loss against Wynnewood.
Kandice Cain added seven points for Wilson, while Kelsey Idleman chipped in six.
HEALDTON — Cade Raines provided 12 points for Thackerville, but it wasn't enough to overcome a strong Wynnewood squad.
Thackerville (5-11) trailed by 10 at halftime and fell further behind in the third quarter, as Wynnewood outscored the Wildcats 17-7 to pull out of reach.
Justice Buckaloo also chipped in 10 points for Thackerville in the loss.
HEALDTON — Blayke Hunziker had 21 points to lead defending tournament champions Wilson in a rout of Turner.
Ten of the 11 players on Wilson's roster scored at least four points in the game, paced by the senior trio of Hunziker, Brian Bond (14) and CJ Ramsey (11).
Joey Boatner led Turner with 10 points in the loss.
HEALDTON — Keaton Argo had a big night for Fox in a win over Ringling.
Argo paced the Foxes (12-5) with 20 points as part of a tight contest that was tied at 38 apiece heading into the fourth quarter.
Ryan Lester paced Ringling with 15 points in the loss.
Bobby Hicks Invitational
LITTLE AXE — Deric Shelton had 27 points and the Plainview Indians took care of Seeworth Academy.
Page 2 of 3 - Shelton was back to form after a performance below his standards against Sulphur, pacing a Plainview squad coming off a tough double overtime loss to Sulphur.
The Indians (14-2) also got a good performance out of Dalton Dillon, who chipped in seven points.
Plainview will face the U.S. Grant/Santa Fe winner at 7:55 p.m. today.
US Grant 14
LITTLE AXE — Rebecca Wright had 20 points to lead Plainview in a rout of US Grant.
The Indians (13-3) completely overwhelmed US Grant, jumping to a 40-4 halftime lead before cruisng the rest of the way.
Taryn Callender added 13 points, including three 3-pointers, while Hayden Hunt chipped in 12.
Plainview will now face Riverside at 6:30 p.m.
Heart of Oklahoma Tournament
TISHOMINGO — Ryan Beauchamp had 17 points as Sulphur squeaked past a determined Tuttle squad.
The Bulldogs took the lead on the strength of a 12-4 second quarter, but were never able to pull away from a Tuttle team that kept pace for the second half.
Haydn Rogers chipped in 15 for the Bulldogs (11-3), who will now face Anadarko at 5:10 p.m.
PURCELL — Ashley Hughes had 24 points to pace top-ranked Sulphur, as the Bulldogs cruised over Wayne.
Sulphur (14-0) continued an impressive season, jumping to a 19-2 first quarter lead and never allowing Wayne a chance to come close.
Tierani Richardson added 19 points, including three 3-pointers, for Sulphur, while Ebony Harrison and Bailee Eldred each chipped in six points.
Bridge Creek 56
Lone Grove 42
PURCELL — Savannah Throneberry had nine points, but Lone Grove was unable to sustain offense in a loss to Bridge Creek.
The Longhorns actually led at the end of the first quarter, but were doomed during a 35-18 scoring run by Bridge Creek in the second and third quarters.
Lone Grove's leading scorer on the season, Haley McCutchen, hurt her ankle in the second quarter and would not return to the game.
TISHOMINGO — Tyler Tatum led Marietta with 17 points as the Indians cruised past Kingston.
The game was tight at the half, but Marietta (13-3) put on an offensive showcase in the second half, outscoring Kingston 31-15, including six three-point buckets.
Colton Weaver led Kingston (10-6) with nine points in the loss.
The Redskins will face the loser of Pauls Valley/Latta at 3:45 p.m., while Marietta takes on the winner of Pauls Valley/Latta at 8:45 p.m.
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TISHOMINGO — Despite a 25-point performance from Jacob Lindsay, Dickson was unable to stop the explosive Atoka offense in a loss.
Lindsay was one of three Comets to score in double digits, along with Jeffrey Dodson (22 points) and Garrett Brooks (14), but Atoka simply proved too much, especially on the perimeter, where the Wampus Cats knocked down 13 3-pointers.
TISHOMINGO — Despite a 13-point effort from Tyler Cannon, Tishomingo was unable to stop Lexington from earning the win.
Tishomingo fell behind 36-15 by halftime and could make up no ground in the second half against a powerful Lexington group that made eight 3-point baskets in the game.
Sophomore Soloman Cheadle provided a nice spark when he came off the bench for the Indians (4-12), scoring eight points and grabbing 10 rebounds in the loss.
TISHOMINGO — Katy Custer had 15 points to lead Dickson in a win over Atoka.
The Comets (8-7) used a strong firs quarter in which it outscored the Wampus Cats 20-8 to gain the early advantage and never let Atoka back into the game.
Jazmin Mills added 12 points for Dickson, while Kalee Preston chipped seven points.
Pauls Valley 45
TISHOMINGO — Infiniti Cheadle led Tishomingo with 23 points in a win over Pauls Valley.
The Indians (13-3) got out to an early 30-14 lead at halftime and were never really threatened for the rest of the game.
Carolyne Lawley added 11 points for Tishomingo, while Destiny Justus chipped in eight.