After winning their first four games of the season, the Springer Lady Cardinals now find themselves in the midst of a losing streak.

After winning their first four games of the season, the Springer Lady Cardinals now find themselves in the midst of a losing streak.

Tuesday night, Springer fell to its third consecutive defeat as the Lady Cardinals were handed a 66-30 defeat at Walker Gymnasium against Bray-Doyle.

In the first quarter, the Lady Cardinals were hanging tough as they were down 16-12.

However, Springer lost its offensive momentum before halftime as the Lady Donkeys shutout the Lady Cardinals 17-0 to lead 33-12 going into the break.

Despite scoring 11 points in the third quarter, Bray-Doyle raced ahead with 21 of its own.

Springer was outscored 12-7 in the fourth quarter. 

Kailee Lathum led Springer with 12 points in the game followed by Allie Schmidt with six points.

Springer is off until 

next Tuesday when the Lady Cardinals face Mill Creek on the road.

Kingston 82 Madill 31  

Facing off against the No. 2 team in Class 3A was always going to be a tough task for the Madill Lady Wildcats Tuesday night.

Unfortunately, the Kingston Lady Redskins proved to be worthy of their high ranking as they cruised to a victory at Wildcat Fieldhouse. 

The Lady Wildcats were outscored 29-6 in the opening quarter, before Kingston went on a 27-4 run to end the first half.

Kingston managed to outscore the Lady Wildcats 26-21 in the second half.

Kristen Chapa led the Lady Wildcats (0-2) with 10 points in the contest.

Prep McKnight led Kingston with 16 points. 

The Lady Wildcats will be back in action Thursday night at 7:30 p.m. in the opening round of the Winter Classic tournament taking on Pilot Point, TX. 

Comanche 57 Dickson 53

With home court advantage on their side, the Dickson Lady Comets nearly pulled off an upset Tuesday night.

Unfortunately, the No. 12 Comanche Lady Indians did just enough to escape with a four-point victory.

Dickson outscored the Lady Indians 11-10 in the opening quarter, before being outscored 17-4 before halftime.

The Lady Comets managed to rebound with a 16-point quarter in the third, but couldn’t contain Comanche as the Lady Indians scored 17 points of their own.

Despite outscoring Comanche 22-13 in the fourth quarter, the Lady Comets were denied the victory.

Sienna Young led the Lady Comets with 20 points in the contest. 

Dickson will be in action Thursday afternoon at 4:30 p.m. in the opening round of the Madill Winter Classic against Liberty Christian from Texas. 

In other girls action Tuesday night, the Davis Lady Wolves got their first victory of the season with a 56-25 result on the road against Wayne.