A trend so far this season with the No. 11 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs has been points, and lots of them during their first six games of the season.

A trend so far this season with the No. 11 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs has been points, and lots of them during their first six games of the season.

Tuesday night this fortunate occurrence continued, as the Lady Bulldogs eclipsed the 50-point mark in a game for the seventh straight time, defeating Tishomingo 56-22 on the road.

Due to errors in the scorebooks, official stats were not available from this game.

The victory moved Sulphur to 7-0 for the season heading into the Christmas break. 

“We played some really strong defense tonight that forced them (Tishomingo) into a lot of turnovers,” Sulphur coach Toby Todd said. “I’m super proud of the girls and very happy we are going into the break with a 7-0 record.”

Sulphur will return to action after the new year on Jan. 4 with a road trip to Comanche for a showdown with the No. 15 Lady Indians, before traveling to Byng. 

Davis 49
Madill 29

The Davis Lady Wolves will head into the new year on a three-game winning streak.

Tuesday night the Lady Wolves took care of business at home against the Madill Lady Wildcats, moving them to 5-3 on the season.

Both teams scored six points in the first quarter, before Davis went on a 12-9 run to end the first half, grabbing an 18-15 advantage going to the locker room.

The Lady Wolves managed to stay in front with an 11-8 run in the third quarter, before finishing the game off in style with 20 points in the fourth quarter.

Jolee Grinstead led the Lady Wolves with 18 points, followed by Kyla Birkes with seven points and Logan Pruitt with six points

Ximena Gomez led Madill in scoring with eight points followed by Kristen Chapa with seven points.

Madill will return to action on Dec. 27 at the Ronnie Moore Invitational tournament in Marietta, while Davis is off until Jan. 4 when the Lady Wolves will take on Dibble.

Fox 51
Bray-Doyle 43

Christmas came a week early for the Fox Lady Foxes on Tuesday, as they earned their fifth straight win to move to 6-2 on the season.

A road trip to Stephens County for a matchup against the Bray-Doyle Lady Donkeys provided some slight adversity, before being overcome by the Lady Foxes.

Fox led 11-10 after the first quarter, before the Lady Donkeys managed to tie things up at 22-22 with a 12-11 run before halftime.

The turning point of the game came in the third quarter when the Lady Foxes outscored Bray-Doyle 12-7, before going on a 17-14 scoring run in the fourth to seal the victory.

Bree Phelps led Fox in scoring with 27 points followed by Jada Newhouse with 17 points.

Fox is back in action after the new year on Jan. 8 against Healdton.