With the holiday break coming up, momentum is a prime currency for area basketball teams.

With the holiday break coming up, momentum is a prime currency for area basketball teams.

One of those programs looking to gain some Monday night was Fox, who was on the road against the Oklahoma School for the Deaf Indians in Sulphur.

Fox will be on the road this evening against Bray-Doyle.

Fox 48
OSD 32

Make it four straight wins for the Fox Lady Foxes.

For the fourth straight contest Monday night, the Lady Foxes managed to eclipse the 40 point mark, and in the process once again come out victorious.

It didn’t come easy though as the Lady Indians from OSD managed to stay even with Fox at 13-13 following the first quarter.

However, Fox managed to take a slim lead into the break thanks to an 8-3 run in the second quarter.

A 16-7 run by the Lady Foxes put them in control of the contest going to the fourth, where Fox finished the game off with an 11-9 run.

Jada Newhouse and Maci Rodriguez each had 11 points for the Lady Foxes, while Bree Phelps scored nine points. 

Shealee Junger led the Lady Indians with 13 points in the game. 

Fox 57
OSD 36 

To say the first half of the 2018-19 season has been a roller coaster for the Fox Foxes would be an understatement.

However, Monday night the Foxes managed to get a little balance as a road trip to Sulphur against the Oklahoma School for the Deaf brought favorable results.

Fox used a 34-point first half to take control against the Indians, leading to a comfortable 57-36 victory at the Larry Wilkins Activity Center.

The victory brought the Foxes to 4-3 on the season.

Fox is back in action this evening on the road against Bray-Doyle.

At the end of the first quarter, the Foxes held a 19-8 advantage over the Indians.

Fox kept its momentum going into the break with a 15-8 second quarter.

OSD managed to outscore the Foxes 13-9 in the third quarter, but Fox rebounded with a 14-6 fourth quarter run.

David Martin led the Foxes with 20 points, while brother Drew had 19 points.

Isaiah Holt led the Indians with 19 points in the game.