After keeping their season alive with a narrow win over Fletcher Thursday night, the Ringling Blue Devils were hoping for a repeat performance Friday in the Regional Consolation Semifinals against Binger-Oney.

After keeping their season alive with a narrow win over Fletcher Thursday night, the Ringling Blue Devils were hoping for a repeat performance Friday in the Regional Consolation Semifinals against Binger-Oney.

Unfortunately, the Blue Devils couldn’t duplicate their run from 24 hours earlier, as they were eliminated by the Bobcats 55-44 at Ft. Cobb-Broxton High School. 

Ringling managed to hold a 17-14 lead at the end of the first quarter, but lost the lead heading to halftime as they were outscored 15-4 before the break.

Binger-Oney kept the advantage after the third following an 8-7 run, before the Bobcats finished off the game with a 20-16 fourth quarter run.

Coty Scott led the Blue Devils with 13 points followed by Scotty Paul with 10 points.

Ringling ended its 2018-19 season at 16-10 overall. 

Indiahoma 67
Springer 56

The season also unfortunately came to an end for the Springer Cardinals Friday night, after they were defeated by Indiahoma in the Regional Consolation Semifinals at Duke High School.

Springer found itself in the consolation portion of the bracket following a tough 97-42 defeat against the host No. 2 Tigers on Thursday night.

Indiahoma led 17-13 after the first quarter, before Springer went on a 12-11 run to end the first half, cutting the deficit to just three points at 28-25.

However, the Cardinals were outscored 19-15 in the third quarter, before being outscored in the fourth by a 20-16 margin.

Malik Brown led the Cardinals with 25 points in the game followed by Mickey Hunnicutt with 18 points.

Jayden Duncan also added nine points for the Cardinals.

Springer ended its season at 12-15 overall, having claimed the second district title in school history for the boys basketball team this year.