If there was ever such a thing as an easy night, the No. 14 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs got it Friday against Capitol Hill.

If there was ever such a thing as an easy night, the No. 14 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs got it Friday against Capitol Hill.

A 20-point first quarter set the tone as the Lady Bulldogs remained undefeated with a blowout 71-11 victory over the Lady Red Wolves at the Sulphur High School Gymnasium.

Sulphur led 20-4 at the end of the first, before pitching a shutout in the second to lead 50-4 going into the halftime break.

The Lady Bulldogs outscored Capitol Hill 21-7 in the second half.

Harley Beesley led Sulphur with 18 points in the game followed by Abby Beck with 11 points.

Kady Lynch and Harley Jacobs each added eight points.

Kingston 73
Dickson 43

It was a rough night for the Dickson Lady Comets, as they were defeated by the No. 3 Kingston Lady Redskins on the road.

Kingston opened the game with a 27-7 first quarter run, before outscoring Dickson 22-14 in the second.

The Lady Comets managed to outscore the Lady Redskins 17-13 in the third quarter, but were held to just five points in the fourth.

Sienna Young led Dickson with 14 points followed by Audrey Young with 11 points.

Dickson fell to 3-5 with the loss. 

Elmore City 39
Wilson 21

A road trip to Elmore City-Pernell couldn’t solve the Wilson Lady Eagles recent offensive struggles, as the Lady Badgers claimed an 18-point victory.

Wilson has now lost five straight games. 

The Lady Badgers opened the game with a 9-3 run in the first quarter, before taking a 19-10 lead into the halftime break.

Wilson was unfortunately held to just three points in the third quarter as Elmore City scored eight to keep the advantage.

The Lady Badgers finished off the game with a 12-8 run in the fourth.

Lexi Hodges led the Lady Eagles with nine points in the game.

Wilson is at home at 6:30 p.m. Monday night taking on Thackerville. 

Velma-Alma 54
Healdton 39

Just three days after a thrilling victory over the Waurika Lady Eagles, the Healdton Lady Bulldogs were hoping for more magic at home Friday against the Velma-Alma Lady Comets.

Unfortunately, struggles on offense doomed Healdton, as V-A won by 15-points.

Healdton found itself down 12-4 at the end of the first quarter, before the Lady Bulldogs came to life with a 20 point second quarter to get within two at the break at 26-24.

But, the Lady Comets responded with a 13-9 third quarter to extend their advantage.

The Lady Bulldogs were then held to another single digit scoring quarter in the fourth with six points.

Macey Howell led the Lady Bulldogs with 17 points followed by Torree Wingo with 14 points.

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

Fox 48
Springer 33

After starting the season 1-2, the Fox Lady Foxes have started to find a groove.

Fox won its third straight game Friday night, with a 48-33 victory over the Springer Lady Cardinals at Walker Gymnasium.

The defeat was the fifth in a row for Springer, who dropped to 4-5 on the season.

At the end of the first quarter, the Lady Foxes held a 12-6 advantage, before Fox went on a 16-4 run to end the first half.

Springer managed to outscore Fox 9-7 in the third quarter, before going on a 14-3 run to end the game.

Kamryn Sampson led the Lady Cardinals with 15 points in the game.

Jada Newhouse led all scorers for Fox with 18 points, with Maci Rodriguez scoring seven points. 

Fox is back in action at 6:30 p.m. Monday night against the Oklahoma School for the Deaf in Sulphur, while Springer will return to action on Dec. 27 in the opening round of the Ronnie Moore Invitational tournament in Marietta against the Wolfe City (TX) Lady Wolves. 

Davis 59
Dibble 25

The Davis Lady Wolves managed to snap a two-game losing streak Friday, as they defeated Dibble in the Consolation semifinals of the Big 8 tournament in Wynnewood.

Davis opened the game with a 14-5 run in the first quarter, with the Lady Wolves extending their advantage before the break with an 18-5 second quarter.

The Lady Wolves registered their third straight quarter of double-digit scoring in the third with 16 points, while holding Dibble to seven.

Davis finished the game off with an 11-8 run down the stretch.

Kyla Birkes led Davis with 10 points followed by Jordon Brown with nine points and Jolee Grinstead with eight points.