Offensive production hasn’t been a problem so far this season for the No. 2 Ardmore Tigers.

Offensive production hasn’t been a problem so far this season for the No. 2 Ardmore Tigers.

It wasn’t an issue Friday night either.

The Tigers went on a scoring frenzy on the road against the McAlester Buffaloes, tying their highest point total of the season in an 86-49 victory.

Ardmore moved to 

5-1 on the season with the win.

After managing just 15 points in the first quarter, the Tigers scored 30 before halftime.

An additional 38 points in the second half sealed the victory.

Jamal Clark led Ardmore with 22 points, with Berto Sanchez scoring 14 points. Braeden Vance was also in double figures on the night with 13 points.

Ardmore will be off until the annual Holiday Classic tournament which begins on Dec. 28.

Velma-Alma 58 Healdton 55

Just when it looked like the Healdton Bulldogs would end the week on a high note, the Velma-Alma Comets dashed their dreams.

V-A managed to escape with a narrow three point victory Friday night, moving the Bulldogs to 8-2 on the season.

Both teams scored 11 points in the opening quarter, before the Bulldogs outscored the Comets 25-20 before halftime to grab a 36-31 advantage.

Velma-Alma however managed to outscore Healdton 15-10 in the third quarter, and sealed the game with a 12-9 fourth quarter.

Denton Miller led the Bulldogs with 15 points followed by John Scott with 11 points. 

Healdton will host Marietta Monday night at 8 p.m.


Kingston 66
Dickson 25

The No. 1 Kingston Redskins showed they are more than worthy of their ranking Friday night with a blowout victory on the road against the Dickson Comets.

Kingston raced out to a 14-8 advantage at the end of the first quarter, before a 16-1 second quarter put the Redskins in a comfortable 30-9 lead going into the locker room.

The Redskins defense held the Comets to one point in the third quarter as well, while scoring 26 points.

In the fourth quarter Dickson outscored Kingston 15-10.

Jacob Germany led the Redskins (8-0) with 18 points.

Hunter Palesano paced the Comets with 11 points in the game, followed by Caden Young with five points.

Kingston is off until they will participate in the Tournament of Champions in Tulsa beginning on Dec. 27, while the Comets will take on Marlow in the first round of the Longhorn Invitational in Lone Grove on Jan. 4.


Wilson 38
Christian 37

The Wilson Eagles picked up their sixth win of the season Friday night at home against Wichita Christian.

In the first quarter the Eagles held a slim 8-7 lead, before going on a 10-9 run before halftime to lead 18-16.

Wilson added to its lead in the third quarter with a 15-9 frame, before being outscored 12-5 in the fourth quarter.

Carson Fulton led the Eagles (6-3) with 12 points followed by Dylan Lambert with 11 points.

Wilson will be at Thackerville Monday.