There was no shortage of competition Thursday as the South Central Conference tournament began at the Fox Den on the campus of Fox High School.

There was no shortage of competition Thursday as the South Central Conference tournament began at the Fox Den on the campus of Fox High School.

Turner, Fox, Springer, Oklahoma School for the Deaf and Thackerville’s girls teams were all in action.

Fox 52

Maysville 33

There was no letdown from the host Fox Lady Foxes as they were able to win in style against Maysville Thursday night, moving them to 8-1 on the season.

After a low-scoring first quarter gave Fox a slim 6-4 lead, the Lady Foxes went on a 13-9 run before halftime to lead 19-13.

Fox scored 18 points in the third quarter to pull away, before adding 15 more in the fourth to seal the victory.

Bree Phelps led the scoring for Fox with 21 points, followed by Jada Newhouse with 17 points.

Haley Hill scored four points, with Gracie Doughty and Avery Hoggard each scoring three points.

Fox will be back in action at 4:20 p.m. today.

 

Bray-Doyle 55

OSD 26

The Lady Indians from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf struggled in their opening game Thursday, falling to the Bray-Doyle Lady Donkeys. 

OSD managed just 12 points in the first half as Bray-Doyle led 33-12 at the halftime break.

Miracle Pearson led the Lady Indians with 12 points followed by Emily Cavello with eight points. 

Oklahoma School for the Deaf will play in the consolation bracket this morning at 11 a.m.


Thackerville 53

Turner 25 

It was a winning start to the tournament for the Thackerville Lady Wildcats as they defeated the Turner Lady Falcons in the opening round.

The Lady Wildcats led 14-9 after the first quarter, before leading 24-16 at the break.

Turner managed just nine points in the second half of play.

Hannah Gilbreath led the Lady Falcons with 12 points followed by Bethany Hall with seven points. 

Calli Hawkins scored four points, with Alli Willis adding two points. 

Kyra Shelton led the Lady Wildcats with 20 points. 

Thackerville will play at 7 p.m. tonight in the championship semifinals with the Lady Falcons playing at 1:40 p.m.

Springer 44

Paoli 21 

The Springer Lady Cardinals had no trouble in their first round game against Paoli, winning by 23 points.

Springer scored 31 points in the first half.

Madison Mapp led the Lady Cardinals with 21 points in the game.