A road contest was no problem for the Plainview Indians Tuesday night, as they won their second straight game with a 16-point victory at Dickson.

A road contest was no problem for the Plainview Indians Tuesday night, as they won their second straight game with a 16-point victory at Dickson.

Plainview led 15-7 at the end of the first quarter, before going on an 18-10 run to close out the first half. 

The Indians offense didn’t slow down in the second half as PHS scored 18 more points in the third, while holding the Comets to just eight.

Despite being outscored 23-13 in the fourth quarter, the Indians were able to claim the victory.

Plainview (4-1) was led in scoring by Taylon Chambers with 18 points followed by Cason Dillon with 13 points.

Dickson (4-4) was paced by Hunter Palesano with 14 points, with Charvis Wright scoring 10 points. 

Dickson will host No. 1 Kingston Friday night while Plainview is in action next Tuesday at Byng.

Sulphur 67
Davis 32

There was no letdown for the Sulphur Bulldogs Tuesday night as they defeated the Davis Wolves, just a couple of days after retaining their tournament title at the Madill Winter Classic.

Sulphur led 17-7 after the first quarter, before Davis came back with an 8-6 second quarter, bringing the score to 23-15 Bulldogs at the half.

However, the game was put out of reach in the third quarter when Sulphur went on a 24-9 run to lead 47-24 going into the fourth quarter.

The Bulldogs finished the game off with a 20-9 fourth quarter run.

Tavius McDonald led the Bulldogs with 13 points followed by Braezen Flood with 12 points. 

Oren Bishop paced the Wolves with seven points, with Payton Webber scoring six points.

Sulphur (5-0) is at Pauls Valley Friday night, while Davis (1-2) will be in the Prague Tournament beginning on Thursday.


Springer 38
Mill Creek 34

It was a third straight victory for the Springer Cardinals on Tuesday night as they won a narrow game against Mill Creek at home.

A low-scoring first quarter brought a combined eight points between the two teams as the Cardinals led 5-3, before taking a 14-7 lead into the break.

SHS led 20-17 at the end of the third quarter, while finishing off the game with an 18-14 run.

Jacob Perry led the Cardinals with 28 points.

Springer (7-1) will be at Fox Friday night. 


Healdton 67
Waurika 30

Following their first defeat of the season last Saturday night, the Healdton Bulldogs were in no mood for a repeat Tuesday night against Waurika.

The end result was a 37-point blowout win against the Waurika Eagles, moving Healdton to 8-1 on the season.

A 29-3 first quarter put the Bulldogs in front, before the Eagles were held to nine points before halftime, allowing Healdton to lead 46-12.

Healdton managed to outscore the Eagles 21-18 in the second half.

Denton Miller led the Bulldogs with 14 points followed by John Scott with 13 points and Coty Scott with 12 points.

The Bulldogs will be at Velma-Alma Friday night.


Empire 41
Ringling 37

Ringling’s Blue Devils weren’t able to claim a road win Tuesday night against the Empire Bulldogs. 

A 13-4 first quarter run put Ringling in an early deficit, before RHS responded in the second quarter with a 13-7 run.

Ringling outscored Empire 21-20 in the second half. 

Caige Calvert led the Blue Devils with 15 points followed by Zaine Sanner with 10 points.

Ringling will be at Velma Thursday night. 


Turner 70
OSD 44

The Turner Falcons made it three straight victories Monday night as they defeated the Indians from the Oklahoma School for the Deaf at home.

Tyler Campbell led the Falcons with 22 points, with Justice Hartman scoring 12, and Dalton Ford adding 11 points.

Turner moved to 6-5 with the victory and was scheduled to play Marietta Tuesday night.

The Falcons are off until Jan. 4.