While there might have been a new floor on display for the first time Tuesday night at the Ardmore Gymnasium, the No. 3 Lady Tigers still brought the same intensity.

While there might have been a new floor on display for the first time Tuesday night at the Ardmore Gymnasium, the No. 3 Lady Tigers still brought the same intensity.

The Durant Lady Lions had the honor of being the first opponent to help break in the new floor, as Ardmore cruised to a comfortable 74-17 victory, moving them to 4-0 on the season.

A total of four players scored in double figures on the night, with Miyah McGee and Sierra Gordon both registering 18 points, with Reagan McCurley and Tieronay Banks both scoring 10 points.

“I’m always pleased with the girls because they play hard and get after it,” Ardmore coach Debra Manley said. “Overall we’re getting better every game, and I’m just proud of the way the girls work. We don’t look at stats, and we never discuss the book. Anytime anyone asks us how much we scored we tell them how much the team scored. When you have girls who don’t care who scores, good things will happen.”

The Lady Tigers came out strong in the first quarter, holding Durant to just five points, while scoring 16 of their own.

Another single digit defensive effort allowed the Lady Tigers to stay in front going into the halftime break, as Ardmore held a comfortable 39-14 advantage.

Durant was held scoreless for the majority of the third quarter, all except for a free throw at the 1:52 mark of the frame, as Ardmore led 59-15 going to the fourth.

A 15-2 fourth quarter run put the game away for the Lady Tigers.

Amaya Gordon finished with eight points in the game while Shakira Smith scored five points.

Ardmore is back at home at 6:30 p.m. Friday night taking on the McAlester Lady Buffs.