After enduring a somewhat rocky start to the season Tuesday night against Duncan, the No. 7 Ardmore Lady Tigers went in search of a second win on Thursday against Bishop Kelley on the opening day of the Carl Albert Festival in Midwest City.

After enduring a somewhat rocky start to the season Tuesday night against Duncan, the No. 7 Ardmore Lady Tigers went in search of a second win on Thursday against Bishop Kelley on the opening day of the Carl Albert Festival in Midwest City.   For the second straight game, the Lady Tigers managed to do just enough as Ardmore won 51-41 to move to 2-0 on the season.   A fast paced first quarter saw a combined 29 points scored between the two teams, as Ardmore held a slim 15-14 advantage.   The Lady Comets though came back with an 8-5 run in the second quarter and led 22-20 going into the break.   But the Lady Tigers stormed back with a 16-11 third quarter run to regain the lead, before finishing the game off with a 15-8 fourth quarter run.   Tiona Cohee led Ardmore with 18 points followed by Shakira Smith with 11 points and Amaya Gordon with 10 points.   Ardmore will play Heritage Hall today at 3:30 to close out the festival.