With the holiday season in full swing, the Turner Lady Falcons were hoping to gift themselves a 4-0 start Tuesday night at home against Thackerville.
With the holiday season in full swing, the Turner Lady Falcons were hoping to gift themselves a 4-0 start Tuesday night at home against Thackerville. Unfortunately, the Lady Wildcats had other ideas as Turner suffered its first defeat of the season by a score of 43-32. Both teams scored nine points in the first quarter, before the Lady Falcons took a slim 18-17 lead into the halftime break. Thackerville though came back with a strong second half as the Lady Wildcats outscored Turner 26-14 to win the game. Emma Wilson had 20 points to lead Thackerville, while Miranda Crespo led the Lady Falcons with 12 points. Bray-Doyle 49 Springer 34 After winning two out of their first three games, the Springer Lady Cardinals now find themselves in the midst of a two-game losing streak after Tuesday night. A trip to Stephens County proved not so fruitful as the Lady Cardinals fell to 2-3 overall after a defeat against the Bray-Doyle Lady Donkeys. B-D outscored Springer 14-9 in the first quarter, before taking a 28-20 lead into the break. Springer was outscored in the second half by a 21-14 margin. Cadence Shelly led the Lady Cardinals with 15 points in the game. Marlow 42 Davis 23 The Davis Lady Wolves were given a rude welcome to the start of the season at home Tuesday against the Marlow Lady Outlaws, as the girls in blue and white won at the Pete Byrd Sports Center. Davis managed just 15 points in the first half as Marlow rebounded from one point in the first quarter to lead 19-15 at the break. Marlow managed to outscored the Lady Wolves 23-8 in the second half to claim the victory. Logan Pruitt led the Lady Wolves with eight points followed by Jolee Grinstead with five points. Grace Murphy and Chloe Summers each had four points for the Lady Wolves. Madill 48 Antlers 32 It was a winning start to the season for the Madill Lady Wildcats, who took down Antlers at the Wildcat Fieldhouse Tuesday night. Madill led 9-4 at the end of the first quarter, before leading 23-11 going into the break. The Lady Wildcats managed to outscore Antlers 25-21 in the second half to claim the win. Jaidyn Weiberg led the Lady Wildcats with 13 points followed by Joslyn Stumblingbear with 11 points. Dickson 75 Coalgate 42 Dickson’s Lady Comets might have been on the road Tuesday night, but they made themselves at home against Coalgate. Three players scored in double figures as the Lady Comets cruised to a win against the Lady Wildcats. Dickson pitched a shutout in the opening quarter, outscoring Coalgate 18-0, before taking a 35-18 lead into the break. The Lady Comets put up 40 points in the second half while holding Coalgate to just 26 down the stretch. Audrey Young led the scoring for Dickson with 23 points followed by Sienna Young with 20 points. Tadyn Williams added 12 points for the Lady Comets.