COMANCHE — Comanche received a 31-point performance from Wes McClendon.

Lone Grove (4-4) won with balance.

Four Longhorns scored in double figures as Lone Grove rode a 40-25 second-half scoring advantage to rally for a 65-53 road win over the host Indians on Tuesday evening.

Comanche led 28-25 at halftime.

Kemyon Sophus paced Lone Grove with 16 points. Caleb Norman had 12 points. Daniel Howard contributed 11 points. Cam Northrup chipped in 10 points. 

 

Box score:

Lone Grove 18 7 17 23 — 65

Comanche   17 11 9 16 — 53

 

Lone Grove — Kemyon Sophus 16, Caleb Norman 12, Daniel Howard 11, Cam Northrup 10, Shelden Brown 8, Austin Felts 6, Terrell Harris 2.

 

Free throws

Lone Grove: 14-29; Comanche: 11-28

3-pointers

Lone Grove: 3 (Felts, Howard, Northrup); Comanche: 4

 

Girls: Kingston 51, Madill 27

The Lady Redskins received strong play from their defense, limiting the host Lady Wildcats to eight points or less in three of the four quarters, including an 11-2 spurt during the first eight minutes of play.

A big advantage at the free-throw line worked to Kingston’s advantage. The Lady Redskins (8-4) went 22 of 33 at the charity stripe. Madill (0-6) made nine of 22 foul shots. 

Kingston’s Alli Wakely led all scorers with 16 points. Kes Reeves hit double figures with 12 points.

Madill was paced by Kortlyn Yow’s seven points. Quaja Byars chipped in six points. 

 

Box score:

Kingston 11 15 9 16 — 51

Madill        2 13 4 8  — 27

 

Kingston — Alli Wakely 16, Kes Reeves 12, Britney Henderson 6, Taylor Bailey 5, Danna Wagnon 5, Kassie Bailey 4, Torin Brown 2, Taylor Spence 1.

Madill — Kortlyn Yow 7, Quaja Byars 6, Maria Flores 4, Madison Jowers 3, Rylee Ruff 3, Kaitlyn Jones 2, Cloe Austin 1, Lesly Guerrero 1.

Free throws

Kingston: 22-33; Madill: 9-22

3-pointers

Kingston: 3 (Henderson 2, Wakely); Madill: 0

 

Boys: Kingston 65, Madill 46

Jacob Whipkey netted 10 of his team-high 13 points to set the tone for Class 3A’s No. 13 Kingston (9-3).

The Redskins raced out to a 21-8 lead after the first quarter. 

Asa Robertson did all he could to keep Madill (1-5) within striking distance. He scored 14 of his game-high 17 points during the first half. 

The host Wildcats rallied with a 14-10 second-quarter surge to cut the deficit to 31-22 at halftime.

Kingston responded with an 18-6 third-quarter run to ice the victory.

 

Box score:

Kingston 21 10 18 16 — 65

Madill       8  14   6 18 — 46

 

Kingston — Jacob Whipkey 13, Jacob Germany 10, R.J. Weeks 10, Tyler Blanchard 9, Conner Brister 6, Ryan Capps 6, Stoney Lowe 6, Trey Keatts 5.

Madill — Asa Robertson 17, Davius Sanders 8, Cole Austin 5, Seth Coleman 4, Diego Flores 4, Caleb Nixon 2, Nash Matlack 3, Jonathan Laffita 3, Isai Castaneda 2

Free throws

Kingston: 23-33; Madill: 8-14

3-pointers

Kingston: 4 (Germany, Keatts, Weeks, Whipkey); Madill: 2 (Flores, Matlack)

 

Turner girls 54, Thackerville 19

BURNEYVILLE — Class A’s No. 11 Turner (14-1) raced out to a 17-2 lead in the first quarter, before cruising to its 14th win in 15 tries.

Turner Jacey Henry nearly outscored Thackerville’s (6-6) total point output, dropping a game-high 16 points. 

Kyra Shelton was the high point scorer for the Lady Wildcats with seven. 

 

Box score:

Thackerville   2  7   7 3 — 19

Turner           17 18 13 8 — 54

 

Thackerville — Kyra Shelton 7, Shey Hollar 3, Emily Sloan 3, Shelbi Scarbrough 3, Sadi Morgan 1, Kaylee Mote 1, Brooklyn Renfro 1.

Turner — Jacey Henry 16, Shyanne Parker 13, Tracy McGill 8, Rylee Carter 6, Brianna Paul 5, Ryleigh Parker 2, Rebecca Stevens 2, Chloe Tynes 2.  

 

Free throws

Thackerville: 5-13; Turner: 9-17

 

3-pointers

Thackerville: 2 (Hollar, Shelton); Turner: 1 (Paul)