Despite going more than a week between games, the No. 15 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs showed no signs of rust on Tuesday night in Oklahoma City.
Despite going more than a week between games, the No. 15 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs showed no signs of rust on Tuesday night in Oklahoma City. Sulphur scored 20 points in the first quarter as the Lady Bulldogs moved to 4-0 on the season with a commanding 64-28 victory over Capitol Hill. The Lady Bulldogs took control from the opening tip and led 20-3 going to the second. At the halftime break it was 34-10 for the Lady Bulldogs, before Sulphur went on a 30-18 run in the second half to claim the victory. Korie Allensworth led the scoring for Sulphur with 23 points followed by Abby Beck with 13 points. Harley Beesley added eight points with Kady Lynch scoring six points, and Payton James putting in five points. Healdton 51 Wilson 17 It was a smooth contest for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs Tuesday night at home as they moved to 3-2 on the season with a victory over the Wilson Lady Eagles. Healdton led 14-0 after the first quarter, before taking a 31-11 lead into the halftime break. The Lady Bulldogs outscored the Lady Eagles 20-6 in the second half. Macey Howell led Healdton with 20 points with Torree Wingo scoring 14 points. Destiny Colbert led Wilson with nine points in the game. Ada 61 Madill 36 It was a tough night on the road for the Madill Lady Wildcats as they were defeated by the No. 16 Ada Lady Cougars. Madill struggled offensively in the first half, managing just 16 points through the first two quarters, while Ada put in 30 points. The Lady Wildcats were outscored 15-9 in the third quarter, before scoring 11 points in the fourth. Jayden Weiberg led Madill with 11 points in the game. Lexington 50 Davis 25 The Davis Lady Wolves had their own struggles on the road Tuesday night as they were defeated against Lexington, dropping them to 1-3 on the season. After being down 9-6 following the first quarter, the Lady Wolves managed just three points before halftime, leading to a 22-9 deficit. Davis was outscored 28-15 in the second half. Grace Murphy led the Lady Wolves with 12 points in the game. Marietta 50 Turner 32 There wasn’t to be a third straight loss for the Marietta Lady Indians, as they snapped their losing streak with a convincing win at home against the Turner Lady Falcons Tuesday night. Marietta led 12-4 after the first quarter, before taking a 20-10 lead into the halftime break. Both teams scored 10 points in the third quarter, before Marietta ended the game on a 20-12 fourth quarter run. Toriauna Douglass led Marietta with 13 points followed by Kaylie Douglass with 10 points. Karlee Russel led Turner with 10 points followed by Hope Hill with eight points and Tallie Tynes with seven points. Boys Sulphur 61 Capitol Hill 49 There was little drama for the Sulphur Bulldogs as they moved to 4-0 on the season with a convincing victory in Oklahoma City against the Red Wolves Tuesday night. Sulphur led 13-8 after the first quarter, before taking a 31-23 lead into the halftime break. The Bulldogs turned up the offense in the third, which resulted in a 53-33 advantage, before being outscored in the fourth 16-8. Tavius McDonald led the Bulldogs with 16 points followed by Weston Arms with 13 points and TJ Todd with 11 points. Marietta 66 Turner 56 The Marietta Indians managed to snap a two-game losing streak with a 10-point victory over the Turner Falcons at home Tuesday night. Marietta led 18-14 after the first quarter, before taking a 35-30 advantage into the break. A 20-6 run by the Indians in the third quarter put them well ahead going to the fourth, where Marietta was outscored 20-11. Tyler Campbell led the Falcons with 27 points. Oliver Serrano led Marietta with 14 points followed by Garrett Morgan with 12 points. Healdton 43 Wilson 27 After winning the Black and Gold Classic tournament this past weekend, the Healdton Bulldogs kept up their new found momentum with a victory at home Tuesday night over the Wilson Eagles, which moved them to 4-1 on the season. Healdton led 10-4 after the first quarter, before a slow second quarter put them in a 13-12 deficit going to the break. But a 25-3 run in the third quarter put the Bulldogs in control the rest of the way. Jessei Pittman led the Bulldogs with 11 points followed by Colton Pickelsimer with nine points. Jordan Parks led the Eagles with nine points. Fox 69 Bray-Doyle 44 The No. 16 Fox Foxes showed their new found ranking was no fluke Tuesday night as they took down the Bray-Doyle Donkeys at home to move to 8-0 on the season. Fox raced out to a 23-6 lead after the first quarter, before leading 49-14 heading to the locker room. Bray-Doyle managed to outscore the Foxes 30-20 in the second half. Drew Martin led Fox with 22 points followed by David Martin with 13 points and Matthew Bowerman with 12 points. Davis 54 Lexington 47 A road trip to Lexington was no problem for the Davis Wolves as they took down the Lexington Bulldogs by seven points Tuesday night. Davis managed to hold Lexington scoreless in the second quarter, while keeping them to just eight points in the third quarter. Cole Martin led the Wolves with 15 points in the game followed by Dane Parker with 13 points and Jett Martin with 10 points.