After enduring a rough weekend at the Bethel Tournament, the Lone Grove Lady Horns got back on track Tuesday night.

After enduring a rough weekend at the Bethel Tournament, the Lone Grove Lady Horns got back on track Tuesday night.

Despite a low-scoring effort, the Lady Horns were able to even their record at 3-3 on the season with a 48-20 victory over Rock Creek on the road.

Lone Grove went on a 16-4 run to open the game, before both teams scored 10 points in the second quarter.

The Lady Horns managed to score 10 points in the third quarter while holding Rock Creek to just three.

Lone Grove finished the game off with a 12-3 effort in the fourth quarter.

Lydia Saavedra led the Lady Horns with 18 points in the game followed by Madison Anderson with 11 points and Anna Black with 10 points. 

Lone Grove will host Calera Friday night.

Empire 69
Ringling 46 

A five game winning streak was not to be for the Ringling Lady Blue Devils Tuesday night, as they were defeated at home by the Empire Lady Bulldogs.

Empire opened the game with a 19-7 run in the first quarter, before Ringling responded with an 18-12 second quarter. 

However, the Lady Bulldogs responded after the break with a 16-9 third quarter, before finishing the game off with 22 points in the fourth quarter.

Mariah Martin led the Lady Blue Devils with 20 points in the game. 

Ringling is on the road Thursday night against Velma-Alma.

Marietta 34 Turner 31 

Less than 24 hours after snapping their two-game losing streak, the Turner Lady Falcons dropped a close contest against the Marietta Lady Indians, who earned their first win of the season at home.

Turner outscored the Lady Indians 10-8 in the first quarter, before Marietta went on a 14-7 run to close out the first half.

The Lady Falcons managed to outscore the Lady Indians 6-4 in the third quarter, before both teams scored eight points in the fourth.

Miranda Crespo led the Lady Falcons with eight points followed by Ryleigh Parker with seven points.

Toriauna Douglass led the Lady Indians with 10 points followed by Kate Bone with eight points.

Ada 72 Madill 23

It was a rough night at the office for the Madill Lady Wildcats who struggled at home against the No. 11 Class 5A Ada Lady Cougars. 

Madill was outscored 15-6 in the opening quarter, before finding itself down 36-10 at the break.

The Lady Cougars didn’t let up in the second half, going on an 18-4 run in the third quarter, before finishing the game off with an 18-9 fourth quarter.

Kristen Chapa and Ximena Gomez led the Lady Wildcats with eight points each in the game.

Healdton 60 Waurika 57 

Points were in high demand Tuesday night at Bulldog Fieldhouse as the Healdton Lady Bulldogs won a thrilling contest against the Waurika Lady Eagles.

In the first quarter, Healdton managed to outscore Waurika 16-13, before being outscored 15-9 in the second to go into halftime down 28-25.

But, Healdton came out with a 17-9 run in the third quarter to regain the advantage.

Despite being outscored 20-18 in the fourth quarter, the Lady Bulldogs managed to hold on for the victory.

Macey Howell led Healdton with 24 points followed by Torree Wingo with 13 points and Whisper Love with 10 points. 

Big Pasture 57 Wilson 22 

A road trip to No. 16 Big Pasture didn’t go as planned for the Wilson Lady Eagles Tuesday night, who dropped their fourth straight game.

Wilson fell behind early, going down 20-8 after the first quarter.

Things didn’t get better before halftime as the Lady Eagles managed just two points, while Big Pasture scored 13.

Wilson was outscored in the second half 24-12.

Lexy Hodges led the Lady Eagles with seven points in the game. 

Fox 41 Paoli 26 

After dropping their first games of the season, the Fox Lady Foxes are now on a winning streak after Tuesday night.

Fox went on the road and earned a hard fought 15-point victory over Paoli.

In the first quarter the Lady Foxes went on a 10-6 run, before outscoring the Lady Pugs 8-7 in the second quarter to stay in the lead. 

After the break the Lady Foxes stayed in control with an 8-5 third quarter, before finishing the game off in the fourth. 

Jada Newhouse led the Lady Foxes with 13 points followed by Bree Phelps and Ginny Knox each with six points. 

Sulphur 52
Davis 19 

Following a successful opening three games of the season last week at the Madill Winter Classic, the No. 14 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs played their first home game of the year Tuesday night against the Davis Lady Wolves.

The result was a fourth straight victory for the Lady Bulldogs, who moved to 4-0 on the season.

Sulphur opened the game with a 16-6 first quarter run, before extending its advantage with a 15-4 second quarter run.

The Lady Bulldogs kept the pressure up in the third with a 12-6 run, before holding the Lady Wolves to just three points in the fourth quarter.

Payton Row led Sulphur with 16 points followed by Abby Beck with 12 points. 

Kyla Birkes and Jolee Grinstead each had six points to lead the Lady Wolves.