Victories this season have not been easy to come by for the Madill Wildcats.

Victories this season have not been easy to come by for the Madill Wildcats.

Tuesday night however, was not one of those situations.

Madill used a balanced scoring attack to earn its third win of the season, a 44-38 victory over the Davis Wolves on the road.

Both teams managed just six points in the first quarter, before the Wildcats gained control with a 16-12 second quarter run to lead at the break.

After the interval, the Wildcats managed to keep the Wolves at bay with a 10-8 third quarter, before both teams scored 12 points apiece in the fourth.

Davis (2-6) was led in scoring by Devon Gregg with 12 points and Cole Martin with 10 points.

Madill was led by Seth Coleman with 10 points followed by Diego Flores with eight points.

The Wolves will be off until Jan. 4, while the Wildcats will be back in action on Dec. 27 in the opening round of the Ronnie Moore Invitational tournament at Marietta. 

Fox 66
Bray-Doyle 32

The Fox Foxes moved to 5-3 on the season with their second straight victory this week Tuesday night, a blowout win over the Bray-Doyle Donkeys on the road.

Fox led 13-8 after the first quarter of play, before holding the Donkeys to seven points before halftime, while scoring 17 of its own.

After the break, the Foxes went on a 19-8 scoring spree in the third, before finishing the game off in the fourth with a 17-9 scoreline.

Drew Martin led the Foxes with 19 points followed by David Martin with 15 points.

J.T. Bivings added 10 points for the Foxes.

Fox is off until Jan. 8 when it will face off against Healdton on the road. 

Sulphur 65
Tishomingo 59

There will be plenty to cheer about heading into the holidays for the Sulphur Bulldogs, who reeled off their fifth straight win Tuesday night against Tishomingo to move to 6-1 on the season. 

The road win didn’t come easy though, as the Bulldogs were outscored 20-8 in the first quarter by the Indians.

However, the Bulldogs bounced back before halftime with an 18-12 run to cut the deficit to 32-26.

Sulphur put itself in front in the third with a 15-10 run, before going on a 24-17 run to end the game.

Weston Arms led the Bulldogs with 14 points, while Cole Hammond added 12 points. 

Tavs McDonald and TJ Todd each scored nine points for the Bulldogs.

Sulphur is off until Jan. 4 when the Bulldogs will take on Comanche.