SULPHUR — To say last week was a nightmare for the Turner Falcons would be an understatement.

SULPHUR — To say last week was a nightmare for the Turner Falcons would be an understatement.

After enduring a narrow loss at Thackerville, the Falcons were then given a rough trip to Velma for the Bullet Energy Comet Classic, where they finished 1-2.

However, Monday night was a different story all together as the Falcons got their offensive mojo back in a convincing 73-47 victory on the road against the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Indians.

In the first quarter, the Indians came out strong as they took the lead multiple times, with their final time in front at 7-4 with 5:34 remaining in the first quarter.

However, once the Falcons took the lead back at 9-7 with 4:38 left in the first quarter, the rest was history.

Turner closed out the opening frame with an 18-4 run to take a commanding 27-11 advantage into the second quarter.

Before the break, the Falcons defensive skills were on full display as the Indians were held to just four points in the second quarter, while Turner scored 16 of its own to lead 43-18 at the break.

OSD managed to pick up its offensive groove in the third and fourth quarters, leading the Indians to score a total of 29 points in the second half.

But, the Falcons were too much down the stretch as they finished with three players in double figures, while seeing a total of 10 players score at least two points or more in the contest.

Tyler Campbell led the Falcons with 16 points in the game followed by Justice Hartman with 13 points.

Hunter Johnston was the third Turner player in double figures with 12 points.

Oklahoma School for the Deaf was led by Isaiah Holt with 16 points followed by Dylan Evans with 12 points.