After jumping two spots to No. 3 in this weeks Class 4A poll, the newly crowned No. 3 Ardmore Lady Tigers celebrated in style on Tuesday night.

After jumping two spots to No. 3 in this weeks Class 4A poll, the newly crowned No. 3 Ardmore Lady Tigers celebrated in style on Tuesday night.

Ardmore moved to 5-0 on the season with its highest offensive performance of the year, a 71-26 victory over the Durant Lady Lions.

Three players scored in double figures for the Lady Tigers, who led 26-7 after the first quarter.

An 11-5 run before halftime put Ardmore ahead 37-12, before Durant was held to five points in the third quarter as well.

The Lady Tigers outscored Durant 19-8 in the fourth quarter.

J’Sades Ainsworth and Sierra Gordon led Ardmore with 14 points apiece, with Amaya Gordon adding 12 points. 

Reagan McCurley and Tieronay Banks each scored six points.

Ardmore will play at McAlester Friday night.


Dickson 62
Plainview 49

Following their loss over the weekend in the finals of the Madill Winter Classic, the Dickson Lady Comets rebounded with a convincing home win Tuesday night against Plainview to move to 4-3 on the season.

Dickson led 14-8 after the first quarter, before the Lady Comets took control with a 20-9 second quarter.

After the break it was the Lady Comets outscoring the Lady Indians 19-12, before Plainview outscored DHS 21-9 in the fourth quarter.

Clary Donica led the Lady Comets with 12 points, while Bailey Baker scored 10 points.

Megan Winchester led Plainview with 13 points, with teammate Amiya Howard close behind with 12 points.

Dickson will host Kingston at 6:30 p.m. Friday night, while Plainview (3-2) will be at Byng next Tuesday.


Sulphur 48
Davis 26 

Another team who moved to 5-0 on Tuesday night was the Sulphur Lady Bulldogs, who won the first meeting of the season against the Davis Wolves at home.

Sulphur led 14-5 after one, before increasing the lead to 15 points at the break following a 12-6 run before halftime.

The Lady Bulldogs kept the pressure up in the second half, outscoring the Lady Wolves 22-15.

Payton Row led Sulphur with 12 points followed by Camren Hughes with 10 points. 

Sydney Martin was the leading scorer for Davis with six points, followed by Jolee Grinstead with five points. 

Davis (1-2) will be at the Prague Tournament beginning on Thursday, while Sulphur travels to Pauls Valley on Friday.

Healdton 31 Waurika 22

Make it four straight wins for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.

Despite being held to their lowest offensive total of the regular season, the Lady Bulldogs managed to overcome a road contest against Waurika to win by nine points Tuesday night.

In the first quarter a combined 14 points were scored as Healdton led 10-4, before Waurika outscored the Lady Bulldogs 10-5 before halftime to make it a one point contest.

However, Healdton managed to outscore the Lady Eagles 16-8 in the second half to claim the victory.

Macey Howell led the Lady Bulldogs (8-1) with 13 points, with Torree Wingo scoring nine points.

Healdton will be at Velma-Alma Friday.

Ada 52 Madill 35

It was a rough road trip for the Madill Lady Wildcats, who fell to 1-5 on the season with a defeat to the Ada Lady Cougars Tuesday night.

Madill was held scoreless in the first quarter as the Lady Cougars raced out to a 15-0 lead.

The Lady Wildcats found their groove offensively before halftime with 14 points, and trailed 25-14 going into the locker room.

Ada outscored MHS 7-6 in the third quarter, before going on a 20-9 to end the game.

Madison Jowers led the Lady Wildcats with 19 points.


Springer 50
Mill Creek 33

Less than three days after defeating Mill Creek at the Maysville Shootout, the Springer Lady Cardinals doubled down with a second straight victory over MCHS Tuesday night at home.

Springer moved to 6-2 on the season with a 17-point win.

The Lady Cardinals outscored Mill Creek 28-15 in the first half to take control of the contest.

A 13-4 run by Springer in the third quarter put the game out of reach, before Mill Creek came back with a 14-9 run in the fourth.

Madison Mapp led the Lady Cardinals with 17 points, with Jazmyn Powell scoring 12 points.

Springer will be at Fox Friday night.

Marietta 35 Turner 30

For the first time this season the Marietta Indians are above .500.

Tuesday night brought Marietta its third victory of the season and second straight, a five point victory at home against the Turner Lady Falcons. 

Marietta raced out to an 11-0 first quarter lead, before the Lady Falcons responded with an 11-5 second quarter to make it a 16-11 contest at the break.

But the Lady Indians outscored Turner 12-3 in the third quarter, before finishing off the game with a 16-7 fourth quarter.

Ashley Flores led Marietta with 13 points followed by Bailee Gray with 10 points.

Turner was paced by Jaleigh Durst with 18 points, with Alli Willis scoring five points.

Marietta (3-2) is at Silo on Saturday afternoon.

Turner 48 OSD 12

The Turner Lady Falcons snapped a five-game losing streak Monday night with a victory over the Lady Indians from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf at home.

A 16-3 run by the Lady Falcons in the first quarter put them in control, before Turner held the Lady Indians scoreless before halftime at 11-0.

THS outscored the Lady Indians 21-9 in the second half.

Hannah Gilbreath led the Lady Falcons with 20 points followed by Jaleigh Durst with 12 points.