Home was where another win was Tuesday night for the Healdton Bulldogs.

Home was where another win was Tuesday night for the Healdton Bulldogs.

HHS continued its solid start to the season with a convincing 57-35 win over the Empire Bulldogs, moving them to 5-0 on the year.

In the first quarter, Healdton came out strong offensively with 23 points, holding Empire to just eight.

Just before halftime, it was Healdton’s defense stealing the show as it held Empire to just three points in the second quarter.

HHS meanwhile went on a tear offensively, scoring 27 points to lead 50-11 at the halftime break.

Things slowed down in the third quarter as Healdton was outscored 9-4.

Empire went on a late run in the fourth, outscoring Healdton 15-3.

John Scott led Healdton with 12 points followed by Coty Scott with 10 points.

Denton Miller added nine points for Healdton.

The Bulldogs will be back in action at 5:30 p.m. Thursday at the Wilson Black and Gold Classic taking on Temple in the first round. 

 

Turner 53
Thackerville 37

The Turner Falcons managed to even their record Tuesday night at 3-3 with a comfortable victory over the Thackerville Wildcats.

Tyler Campbell led the Falcons with 18 points followed by Ridge Carter with 12.

The Falcons will be back in action Thursday when they travel to Velma-Alma for the Comet Classic tournament.

 

 

Sulphur 52
Lexington 40

Sulphur’s boys basketball team got its season started in style with a 12-point victory over the Lexington Bulldogs Tuesday night on the road. 

A low scoring first quarter had just 12 points between the two teams as Sulphur held an 8-4 advantage.

SHS picked up the offensive pace before halftime with 16 points, holding Lexington to just 12 points, resulting in a 24-16 halftime lead.

In the third quarter it was all Sulphur as it managed to outscore Lexington 19-11, before closing out the game with a 19-13 fourth quarter.

Houston Haines led Sulphur with 20 points in the contest, followed by John Jacobs with 15 points.

Sulphur (1-0) will be in action at 3 p.m. Thursday taking on Boswell in the first round of the Madill Winter Classic. 

 

Davis 45
Wayne 32

The Davis Wolves wasted no time in getting momentum going this season, claiming a 13-point victory against Wayne Tuesday night.

Oren Bishop and Cole Martin led the Wolves with seven points each.

Davis (1-0) will be back in action Friday night against Wynnewood.


Springer 50
Bray-Doyle 32

It was a fourth straight victory Tuesday night for the Springer Cardinals, who prevailed over the Bray-Doyle Donkeys on the road by 18-points.

SHS held the Donkeys to just four points in the first quarter, while scoring nine of their own.

At the half it was the Cardinals leading 23-12.

Springer outscored Bray-Doyle 27-20 in the second half to claim the victory.

Jacob Perry led the Cardinals with 19 points in the contest followed by Manuel Carolina with nine points.

Springer will be back in action Thursday taking part in the Maysville Shootout.

In other action Tuesday night, the Dickson Comets fell on the road against the Comanche Indians by a score of 43-32 to bring their record to  1-2 on the season.

The Comets will be back in action Thursday as they take part in the Madill Winter Classic.