While the No. 7 Ardmore Lady Tigers scored their lowest point total this season on Friday, the result was all the same to them.

While the No. 7 Ardmore Lady Tigers scored their lowest point total this season on Friday, the result was all the same to them.

Ardmore managed to stave off a challenge from No. 16 Bishop Kelley on the final day of the Carl Albert Festival, to win 38-36 and move to 3-0 on the season.

At the end of the first quarter, Ardmore held a 10-7 lead, before taking a slim 15-14 lead into the locker room for halftime.

Going into the fourth quarter, both teams were even at 20-20, before Ardmore won the game with an 18-16 fourth quarter run.

Tieronay Banks led the Lady Tigers with 14 points in the game, with Reagan McCurley scoring seven points and Amaya Gordon scoring six points. 

Ardmore is off until Dec. 11 when the Lady Tigers will play their home opener against Durant. 

Lone Grove 58 Dickson 44

It was a winning start to the season for the Lone Grove Lady Horns as they won their first game under new head coach Sam Hale with a road win at Dickson.

Lone Grove led 20-11 after the first quarter of play, before taking a 32-26 advantage into the locker room for halftime.

The Lady Horns went on a 13-6 run in the third quarter to take control of the game, before finishing the game off with a 13-12 fourth quarter run.

Cheyanne Davis led Lone Grove with 15 points in the game followed by Lydia Saavedra with 13 points.

Audrey Young led Dickson with 13 points followed by Makayla Smith with nine points. 

Dickson (1-1) will host Comanche Tuesday night while Lone Grove is at Lexington.

Plainview 61 Durant 41 

Another first-year head coach who got off to a winning start was Chad Walker, whose Plainview squad managed to win its opening game at the Plainview Activity Center with a comfortable win over Durant Friday night.

Plainview led 15-8 at the end of the first quarter, before taking a 34-21 advantage into the halftime break.

The Lady Indians managed to outscore Durant 27-20 in the second half to seal the victory.

Amiya Howard led Plainview with 12 points followed by Megan Winchester with 11 points, and Riley Grant with 10 points. 

Plainview will be at home Tuesday night taking on Marietta. 

Tishomingo 54 Madill 44

The Madill Lady Wildcats had a rough opening to the 2018-19 season Friday as they were defeated on the road against Tishomingo.

After being even at 10-10 following the first quarter, Tishomingo led 29-19 going into the halftime break.

Going into the fourth, Madill managed to get within striking distance at 39-30, but was outscored in the fourth.

Kristen Chapa led the Lady Wildcats with 15 points, followed by Ximena Gomez with six points. 

Madill will be at home against Kingston Tuesday night, before hosting the annual Winter Classic tournament beginning on Thursday. 

Bray-Doyle 45 Wilson 33

After beginning the season with a win, the Wilson Lady Eagles now find themselves on a losing streak.

Friday night Wilson dropped its second straight home contest with a 12-point defeat against Bray-Doyle.

Wilson was down 14-9 at the end of the first quarter, before being outscored 13-5 in the second.

Despite outscoring the Lady Donkeys 19-18 in the second half, the Lady Eagles weren’t able to rally back.

Lexi Hodges and Bethani Ross each had eight points to lead the Lady Eagles, with Destiny Colbert scoring seven points. 

Ringling Lady Blue Devils

The Ringling Lady Blue Devils meanwhile were deep in the heart of Texas at Saint Jo High School where they were taking part in the Saint Jo Tournament.

Ringling managed to grab a convincing 63-26 victory over the Sacred Heart Lady Tigers from Muenster in which Karagan Cox scored 23 points to lead the Lady Blue Devils.

Molly Koons added 12 points in the victory over Sacred Heart.

However, Alvord managed to defeat the Lady Blue Devils 47-42 in their second game of the day.

Molly Koons led the Lady Blue Devils with 10 points in the contest against Alvord. 

Maysville 44 Springer 34

The Springer Lady Cardinals went on the road Friday night but were unable to grab a victory, instead falling by 10-points against Maysville.

Springer moves to 4-2 on the season following the defeat, and will be at home Tuesday night against Bray-Doyle.