For the second straight year Thursday area boys teams gathered to compete in the South Central Conference tournament on the campus of Fox High School.

For the second straight year Thursday area boys teams gathered to compete in the South Central Conference tournament on the campus of Fox High School.

Multiple area teams were in action along with Bray-Doyle, Maysville and Paoli.

 

Turner 45 Thackerville 27

The Turner Falcons booked themselves a place in the semifinals with a comfortable victory against the Thackerville Wildcats.

Turner led 12-3 after the first quarter, before taking a 27-10 lead into the halftime break. The Falcons outscored the Wildcats 18-17 in the second half. 

Turner was led by Justice Hartman with 14 points followed by Ridge Parker with nine points. Tyler Campbell added eight points for the Falcons.

Thackerville was led by Easton Doe and Blake Brawley each with six points. 

Turner will play at 8:20 p.m. tonight in the semifinals while Thackerville will play in the consolation bracket beginning at 3 p.m. today. 

 

Springer 41 Bray-Doyle 32 

It was a winning start for the Springer Cardinals, who managed to take down the Bray-Doyle Donkeys in a close opening round contest. 

A low scoring first quarter had a combined 10 points scored, as B-D led Springer 6-4.

However, the Cardinals managed to outscore the Donkeys 9-5 in the second to lead 13-11 at halftime.

Springer outscored Bray-Doyle 28-21 in the second half to seal the victory.

Manuel Carolina led the Cardinals with 12 points followed by Jacob Perry with nine points. 

Mark Kilbourn led the Donkeys with 12 points. 

Springer will play at 8:20 this evening against Turner. 

 

Fox 80 OSD 43 

The Fox Foxes remained undefeated on the season at 7-0 following a comfortable victory over the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Indians in their opening round contest.

Fox raced out to a 28-13 lead after the first quarter of play, before extending the advantage to 44-21 going into the halftime break.

Fox outscored the Indians 36-22 in the second half to claim the victory. 

Drew Martin led the Foxes with 33 points, followed by David Martin with 20 points.

Jimmy Bivings added 12 points for Fox.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf was led by Isaiah Holt with 24 points followed by Dylan Evans with nine points.