KINGSTON — When the Dickson Comets took the floor Thursday in their regional consolation quarterfinal matchup against Lone Grove, some were wondering what the Comets would need in order to be successful.

KINGSTON — When the Dickson Comets took the floor Thursday in their regional consolation quarterfinal matchup against Lone Grove, some were wondering what the Comets would need in order to be successful.

It turns out they had the “Wright” stuff all along.

Comets standout Charvis Wright ended up torching the Longhorns for 21 points in the contest, as Dickson moved on in the playoffs with a 64-45 victory at the Kingston High School Activity Center.

Next up for the boys in blue and white will be a showdown with either Comanche or Holdenville tonight at 8 p.m. at Lindsay in the regional consolation semifinals.

The first quarter was tightly contested in the early going, with two ties and a pair of lead changes.

Lone Grove’s only lead of the game came at 6-5 with 4:23 left in the first quarter, before the Comets took control and went on a 8-0 run to lead 13-6.

Dickson’s momentum carried on through the rest of the frame as the Comets held a commanding 21-8 advantage going into the second.

Before halftime, Dickson’s offense continued to steal the show as Lone Grove struggled to keep pace.

With less than three minutes to go before halftime, the Comets held a 36-16 advantage, before eventually taking a 40-20 lead into the break.

Lone Grove could only manage 11 points in the third quarter, while the Comets continued their roll with 15 points.

The Longhorns did however outscore Dickson in the fourth by a 14-9 margin.

Paxton Norton scored nine points for the Comets, with Hunter Palesano putting in eight points.

Josh Palesano and Cory Leu each added seven points in the contest for Dickson.

Lone Grove was led by Matthew Throneberry who scored 16 points followed by Jackson Ramon with seven points and Gavin Perry with six points.