A rare occurrence happened Thursday night in Fox.

A rare occurrence happened Thursday night in Fox.

For the first time this season, both the Fox Foxes and the Lady Foxes were swept at home by opponents.

The Healdton Bulldogs and Lady Bulldogs managed to pull off the feat, with both teams earning victories in the Fox Den.


Healdton 67
Fox 42

Coming off a loss against Ringling, the Lady Bulldogs were in a foul mood Thursday night.

However, three players in double figures was just what the doctor ordered as Healdton snapped its two-game losing streak with a victory over the Lady Foxes.

Healdton held a 10-7 lead at the end of the first quarter, before Fox scored 14 points before halftime.

The Lady Bulldogs managed to add 16 themselves, keeping the advantage at 26-21.

In the third quarter, Healdton gave itself some breathing room with a 15-9 run, before finishing the game off in the fourth with 26 points.

Bayli Thompson led Healdton (12-7) with 20 points, followed by Macey Howell with 18 points, and Mayson Sullivan with 11 points. 

Jada Newhouse led Fox (12-3) with 11 points, followed by Bree Phelps with 10 points. 


Healdton 65
Fox 50

It’s not often a sequel is better than the original.

For the No. 18 Healdton Bulldogs though, Thursday night was the complete opposite.

Less than a week after enduring a close six point contest against the Fox Foxes in the Bulldog Bash finals, the Bulldogs made things easier with a 15-point victory.

The loss is the first time this season Fox has been on a losing streak after starting the season 15-0.

Fox led after the first quarter 15-13, before a 15-13 second quarter in favor of Healdton gave them a slim 28-27 advantage going into the break.

An 11-9 third quarter in favor of the Bulldogs kept them in front, before Healdton sealed the game with a 26-14 fourth quarter run.

John Scott led Healdton (17-2) with 20 points, followed by Denton Miller with 16 points and Case Tolliver with 11 points.

Fox was led by Jimmy Bivings with 26 points, followed by David Martin with 11 points.

Jacob Dart added eight points in the game for the Foxes.

Healdton will be at home this evening taking on Ryan, where a victory will mark win No. 100 for head coach Mike Worsham as a member of the Bulldogs.

Meanwhile, Fox (15-2) is at Springer beginning at 8 p.m.