While the Sulphur Bulldogs might have had to wait longer than most teams to begin their 2018-19 campaigns, they have certainly made up for lost time the past week.

While the Sulphur Bulldogs might have had to wait longer than most teams to begin their 2018-19 campaigns, they have certainly made up for lost time the past week.

Friday night, the Bulldogs reeled off their third straight win to move to 4-1 on the season with a 75-57 victory over Capitol Hill at the Sulphur High School Gymnasium.

Sulphur opened the game with a 24-13 first quarter run, before both teams combined for 40 points in the second quarter. The Bulldogs managed to take a 49-28 lead into the halftime break. 

In the third, Sulphur outscored the Red Wolves 16-15, before Capitol Hill went on a 14-10 run to end the game.

Price Daube led the Bulldogs with 18 points followed by T.J. Todd with 17 points, Cole Johnson with 15 points and Cole Hammond with 11 points. 

Wilson 67
Elmore City 65

The Wilson Eagles managed to snap a two-game losing streak Friday night on the road, in a thrilling two-point victory over the Elmore City-Pernell Badgers. 

Wilson opened the game with a 19-12 first quarter, before a 14-12 second quarter kept the Eagles in front at 33-24 going into the break.

Both teams managed to score 19 points each in the third.

Despite being outscored 22-15 in the fourth quarter, the Eagles were able to hang on for the victory.

Carson Fulton led the Eagles with 23 points in the game followed by Logan Schaaf with 14 points.

Kaden Forscythe added 11 points with Luke Honea scoring 10 points.

Wilson is back in action at 8 p.m. Monday night at home against Thackerville. 

Springer 46
Fox 42

For the second year in a row, the Springer Cardinals were able to do just enough to defeat Fox at Walker Gymnasium Friday night. 

The victory was the third in a row for the Cardinals, who moved to 7-2 on the season.

Fox held a 9-4 lead at the end of the first quarter, before the Cardinals went on an 18-10 run to end the first half leading 22-19.

Springer managed to stay in front with a 10-9 third quarter, before both teams scored 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Mickey Hunnicutt led the Cardinals with 15 points followed by Regan Benn with 13 points.

Drew Martin led the Foxes with 13 points followed by David Martin and JT Bivings each with 10 points.

Fox is back in action at 8 p.m. Monday night against the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in Sulphur, while Springer is off until Dec. 27 when the Cardinals will be playing at the Ronnie Moore Invitational tournament in Marietta. 

Velma-Alma 70
Healdton 55 

Healdton saw its three game winning streak snapped Friday night against the No. 16 Velma-Alma Comets, who claimed a victory at Bulldog Gymnasium.

Both teams scored 16 points in the first quarter, before V-A went on an 18-11 run to end the first half with a 34-27 halftime lead.

Healdton struggled in the third, managing just nine points while the Comets scored 14.

The Comets finished off the game with a 22-19 fourth quarter.

Jessei Pittman led the Bulldogs with 24 points, followed by Cayden Perkins with 10 points. 

Healdton (3-3) is back in action Dec. 27 in the opening round of the Ronnie Moore Invitational tournament in Marietta where the Bulldogs will take on the Callisburg (TX) Wildcats. 

Kingston 68
Dickson 40

It was a second straight loss for the Dickson Comets Friday night, as they were defeated by the No. 1 Kingston Redskins on the road.

In the first quarter, the Redskins grabbed the lead with a 16-11 frame, before outscoring the Comets 22-12 to keep the lead at the break.

Dickson struggled in the third quarter, managing just eight points, while the Redskins scored 19.

The Comets were outscored 11-9 in the fourth.

Hunter Palesano and Hunter Webb led the Comets with eight points each in the game.

Dickson is back in action at 8 p.m. Friday night against Tishomingo at home. 

Davis 52
Wynnewood 50

After dropping their first four games of the season, the Davis Wolves now find themselves on a two-game winning streak.

The Wolves claimed their second win this week Friday, winning a narrow contest in the semifinals of the Big 8 tournament in Wynnewood against the host Savages.

Davis opened the game with a 16-5 run, before being outscored 22-10 in the second.

The Wolves managed to bounce back with an 11-10 run of their own in the third, before scoring 15 points in the fourth to seal the victory.

Cole Martin led the Wolves with 16 points followed by Jett Martin with 14 points. 

Dane Parker and Devon Gregg each scored nine points for the Wolves.