While the weather might have been cooling off Tuesday night, there was plenty of girls basketball action heating up across the area with rivalry games taking place in multiple places.

While the weather might have been cooling off Tuesday night, there was plenty of girls basketball action heating up across the area with rivalry games taking place in multiple places.

 

Kingston 65
Madill 35

The rivalry between Madill and Kingston added another chapter on Tuesday night, with the No. 11 Lady Redskins moving to 3-0 on the season with a comfortable victory over the Lady Wildcats.

Kingston got off to a flying start offensively in the first quarter, racing out to 20 points while holding Madill to just six.

An 18-13 second quarter in favor of the Lady Redskins kept them in front at the half 38-19.

Madill was outscored 27-16 in the second half, falling to 0-2 on the season.

Rylee Ruff led the Lady Wildcats with 11 points on the night, with Kristen Chapa scoring six points.

Maria Flores added five points, with Kelsie Lambertsen and Caitlyn Gillis each scoring four points.

Kingston was led by Dana Wagnon with 18 points followed by Brit Henderson with 15 points and Kes Reeves with 13 points.

Madill will be hosting the Winter Classic tournament beginning on Thursday.

 

Springer 56
Bray-Doyle 49

A road test proved to be just what the doctor ordered for the Springer Lady Cardinals on Tuesday night.

SHS moved to 3-1 on the season with a seven point victory over the Bray-Doyle Lady Donkeys.

After the first quarter the Lady Cardinals held a 16-6 advantage, before outscoring Bray-Doyle 13-11 in the second to take a 27-17 lead into the halftime break.

Both teams each scored 13 points in the third quarter, before the Lady Donkeys outscored Springer 19-14 in the fourth quarter.

Springer was led in scoring by Madison Mapp with 27 points followed by Kamryn Sampson with 12 points. 

Alle Schmidt added eight points, with Jazmyn Powell scoring seven points, and Kailee Lathum putting in two points.

Bray-Doyle was led by Sydney Kovar with 19 points.

Springer will be back in action Thursday morning at 10 a.m. in the Maysville Shootout where the Lady Cardinals will take on Fox in the first round.

 

Davis 43
Wayne 30

The season got off to a winning start for the Davis Lady Wolves as they claimed a 13-point victory over Wayne Tuesday night.

Jolee Grinstead led the Lady Wolves with 14 points in the game followed by Sydney Martin with 10 points.

Kyla Birkes scored six points, while Brinlee Dulaney and Kanda Mondragon each put in five points. 

Davis will play its home opener at 6:30 Friday night against Wynnewood.

 

Empire 71
Healdton 48

Through four games this season, it’s been smooth sailing for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.

That was until Tuesday night.

A combination of 21 turnovers and 20 missed free throws proved to be a recipie for disaster as Healdton dropped its first game of the season against the Empire Lady Bulldogs at home.

Healdton held a 17-10 lead at the end of the first quarter, before Empire went on a 25-8 run to take a 35-25 lead into the halftime break.

HHS tried to get back into the game with 14 points in the third quarter, but Empire countered with 16 of its own.

In the fourth quarter, Healdton was outscored 20-16.

Macey Howell and Bayli Thompson led the scoring for Healdton (4-1) with 12 points each.

Torree Wingo added seven points in the game.

Healdton will be back in action at 10 a.m. Thursday morning at the Wilson Back and Gold Classic taking on the Duncan junior varsity squad.

 

Thackerville 43
Turner 31

For the second straight contest, the Turner Lady Falcons offensive struggles led to a defeat.

Turner fell to 3-3 on the season following a 12-point home defeat against the Thackerville Lady Wildcats Tuesday night.

The Lady Wildcats held a 12-10 advantage at the end of the first quarter, before Turner was held to just one point before halftime, leading to a 19-11 deficit.

Turner managed to go on a 12-7 run in the third  but was outscored 17-8 in the fourth quarter. 

Hannah Gilbreath led the Lady Falcons with eight points followed by Calli Hawkins and Jaleigh Durst with six points each.

Beth Hall added five points for the Lady Falcons.

Turner will be back in action Thursday taking part in the Comet Classic at Velma-Alma High School.

Sulphur 76
Lexington 36

While they might have had to wait to open their season, the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs made a statement Tuesday night on the road.

SHS opened its campaign with a blowout victory against Lexington.

Sulphur opened the game with a 15-9 run before taking a 36-21 lead into the halftime break.

It was all Sulphur in the third quarter as it led  50-30 after three quarters and held Lexington to just six points in the fourth quarter.

Kady Lynch led Sulphur with 20 points followed by Harlee Beasley with 14 points and Payton Row with 11 points.

Paige Lee scored seven points in the game. 

Sulphur (1-0) will be in action at 1:30 p.m. Thursday taking on the Madill junior varsity in the opening round of the Madill Winter Classic tournament.

 

Comanche 59
Dickson 36

Facing the No. 2 team in Class 3A, the Dickson Lady Comets gave the Lady Indians from Comanche a fight on Tuesday but ultimately fell in a non-district contest.

Dickson was held to just 12 points in the first half before finishing with 11 points in the third and 13 in the fourth quarter.

Clary Donica led the Lady Comets with 11 points followed by Sienna Young with 10 points.

Dickson will play Pilot Point (TX) on Thursday in the opening round of the Madill Winter Classic tournament.