The good times just keep on rolling for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.

The good times just keep on rolling for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.

HHS managed to complete a weekend sweep at the Saint Jo Tournament, claiming their fourth straight victory to start the season.

Healdton held a 17-13 advantage after the first quarter, before taking a slim 25-23 lead into the halftime break.

The Lady Bulldogs managed to outscore the Lady Lions 30-16 in the second half to claim the victory.

Macey Howell led the Lady Bulldogs with 16 points in the game, followed by Bayli Thompson with 13 points.

Healdton won its game Friday night over Saint Jo by a score of 80-46.

Howell scored 25 points against the Lady Panthers with Torree Wingo adding 13.

Thompson and Mayson Sullivan each scored nine points.

Healdton (4-0) will be at home Tuesday night against Empire.

 

Maysville 35
Springer 33

It was an unfamiliar feeling for the Lady Cardinals from Springer Friday night, as they suffered their first defeat of the season against Maysville.

A low-scoring first quarter saw Maysville lead 7-6, before Springer took a 12-11 lead into halftime.

However, Springer was outscored in the second half 24-21.

Madison Mapp led Springer with 16 points followed by Kailee Lathum with 10 points.

Springer (2-1) will be on the road Tuesday night against Bray-Doyle.

 

Wynnewood 38
Marietta 13

The season got off to a slow start for the Marietta Lady Indians Friday night as they were defeated in their first game of the season by Wynnewood.

MHS could only manage 13 points against the Lady Savages.

Ashley Flores led Marietta with nine points followed by Hannah Taylor with four points.

Marietta will be back in action Thursday at the Madill Winter Classic tournament.

 

Tishomingo 54
Madill 45

In a tightly contested rivalry game to start the season, it was the Tishomingo Lady Indians getting the better of the Madill Lady Wildcats Friday night in Madill.

THS led 11-6 after the first quarter, before taking a 24-17 lead into the halftime break.

Tishomingo outscored Madill 14-6 in the third quarter before Madill came back with 22 points in the fourth to the Lady Indians 16 points.

Cheyenne Arkansas led Tishomingo with 13 points.

Rylee Ruff led Madill with 29 points in the contest.

Ringling Girls

The Ringling Lady Blue Devils also managed to remain undefeated this season with two more wins at the Saint Jo tournament over Christ Academy and Denton Calvary.

RHS defeated Denton Calvary 46-37 on Friday afternoon and then Christ Academy 38-27 on Saturday afternoon.

Kassidy Perkins led the Lady Blue Devils against Denton Calvary with 10 points, while also leading the team with 27 points against Christ Academy.

Ringling will be back in action Thursday at the Wilson Black and Gold Classic. 

In other action from the weekend, the Plainview Lady Indians managed to win their opening game by a score of 57-35 over the Durant Lady Lions on the road, while the Lone Grove Lady Horns moved to 3-0 on the season with a 53-22 victory over Calera Saturday afternoon.

Wilson's girls also won Thursday night by a score of 41-40 over Temple thanks to Makayla Raines sinking a free throw after time expired.