Playing just their third home game of the season Friday night, the Ringling Lady Blue Devils certainly played like they were happy to be home against Wilson.

Playing just their third home game of the season Friday night, the Ringling Lady Blue Devils certainly played like they were happy to be home against Wilson.

Thanks to a 22-point performance from Molly Koons, the Lady Blue Devils were able to claim an easy 53-20 victory over the Lady Eagles, moving to 7-4 on the season.

Ringling led 14-10 at the end of one, before extending the advantage to 26-15 going into halftime.

The Lady Blue Devils held a 44-15 lead after three, before finishing the game off with a 9-5 run in the fourth.

Destiny Colbert led the Lady Eagles with nine points.

Meghan Roberts added eight points for Ringling. 

Davis 68
Dibble 19

It was a routine night for the Davis Lady Wolves Friday, as they won their fourth straight game with a blowout over Dibble at home.

Davis led 16-2 after the first quarter before going on a 14-4 run to end the first half.

The Lady Wolves outscored Dibble 38-13 in the second half.

Jordan Brown led Davis with 18 points followed by Logan Pruitt with 14 points.

Davis is at Marietta Tuesday night beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Kingston 68
Madill 37

The No. 3 Kingston Lady Redskins were too much to handle for Madill Friday night, as they claimed a victory in Kingston.

Madill managed just 20 points in the first half, as the Lady Redskins led 40-20 going into the locker room.

The Lady Wildcats were outscored 28-17 in the second half.

Jayden Weiberg and Kristen Chapa led the scoring with 12 points each for Madill. 

Avri Weeks led the scoring for Kingston with 22 points. 

Madill will be back in action Tuesday night on the road against Plainview.

Boys
Ringling 28
Wilson 23 

While it wasn’t an offensive masterpiece, the Ringling Blue Devils certainly won’t complain about the result against Wilson Friday night. 

Ringling snapped a two-game losing streak with a low-scoring victory at home over the Eagles.

Wilson led 7-4 after the first quarter, before both teams scored eight points in the second.

Ringling outscored the Eagles 16-7 in the second half to claim the victory.

Caige Calvert led Ringling with 14 points in the game.

Carson Fulton and Luke Honea each had nine points for Wilson.

Ringling will be in action Tuesday night on the road at Walters, while Wilson is at home against the Velma-Alma Comets.

Davis 55
Dibble 43

The Davis Wolves also snapped a two-game losing streak with a 12-point victory over Dibble at home Friday night. 

Davis led 28-18 at the end of the first half, before outscoring Dibble 16-13 in the third quarter.

The Wolves finished off the game being outscored 12-11 in the fourth.

Devon Gregg led the Wolves with 15 points followed by Dane Parker and Cole Martin each with 10 points in the game.

Kingston 67 Madill 37  

There was little drama for the No. 1 Kingston Redskins, who claimed a comfortable victory at home over the Madill Wildcats.

Kingston led 26-16 after the first quarter, before taking a 34-27 lead into the locker room at the half.

Madill struggled offensively in the second half, being outscored 33-10 by the Redskins.

Seth Coleman led the Wildcats with nine points, with Luke Magness, Austin Maxey and Miguel Duran each adding seven points.

Kingston was led by Jacob Germany with 18 points. 

Madill will be back in action Tuesday night against Plainview beginning at 8 p.m. at the Plainview Activity Center.