Following their first defeat of the season over the weekend against Pauls Valley, the newly ranked No. 19 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs decided to get back to business Tuesday night at home.

Following their first defeat of the season over the weekend against Pauls Valley, the newly ranked No. 19 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs decided to get back to business Tuesday night at home.

SHS racked up a convincing 63-41 victory over the Tishomingo Lady Indians, moving them to 6-1 on the season.

A 22-6 first quarter run by the Lady Bulldogs set the tone, as Sulphur led 44-20 at halftime.

Despite being outscored 21-19 in the second half, the Lady Indians rally fell short.

Payton Row led Sulphur with 12 points followed by Abby Beck and Camren Hughes each with 10 points.

Sulphur will be back in action Jan. 4 at the Lindsay Tournament.

 

Comanche 56 Lone Grove 35

Facing the No. 4 team in Class 3A was always going to be a challenge for the Lone Grove Lady Horns Tuesday night.

Despite the challenge, and a hostile road environment, LGHS went toe-to-toe with the Lady Indians, but were eventually undone by a sluggish second half, resulting in a 21-point defeat.

Comanche led 18-9 after the first quarter, before Lone Grove outscored the Lady Indians 14-10 before halftime.

The Lady Indians controlled the second half, outscoring the Lady Horns 28-12.

Madison Anderson led the Lady Horns (5-3) with nine points, followed by Taleigh Nail with eight points.

Lone Grove will be back in action Jan. 4 at the Longhorn Invitational.

 

Marietta 31 Healdton 30 

In a game which featured just 61 combined points Monday night, it was the Marietta Lady Indians improving to 4-3 on the season with a road victory against Healdton.

After the first quarter, Healdton led 10-7, before each team scored five points in the second quarter.

Marietta took control with a 12-9 third quarter run, before outscoring the Lady Bulldogs 7-6 in the fourth quarter.

Macey Howell led Healdton with 11 points followed by Torree Wingo with nine points.

Marietta was paced by Ashley Flores with eight points, with Hannah Taylor and Brianna Dewey each scoring six points. 

Healdton (8-3) will be back in action Jan. 5 against Elmore City-Pernell, while Marietta (4-3) will take part in the Longhorn Invitational on Jan. 4.

 

Thackerville 36 Wilson 25

The Wilson Lady Eagles saw their four-game winning streak snapped Monday night with a road loss against the Thackerville Lady Wildcats.

Both teams were even in the first half, as they managed just five points apiece in the first and second quarters.

Thackerville took control of the game in the third with a 13-10 run, before adding 13 more points in the fourth quarter while Wilson was held to just five points.

Makayla Raines led the Lady Eagles with 10 points in the contest.

Wilson (5-4) will be back in action Jan. 4 at the Slick Hills Invitational in Apache.