MARIETTA — Over the last few games, offense hasn’t been much of a problem for either the Madill Lady Wildcats or the Healdton Lady Bulldogs.
MARIETTA — Over the last few games, offense hasn’t been much of a problem for either the Madill Lady Wildcats or the Healdton Lady Bulldogs. On Saturday afternoon however, it became an anchor for the Lady Bulldogs. Cold shooting hampered the ladies in blue and white throughout the game, as Madill was able to claim third place in the Ronnie Moore Invitational with a convincing 52-17 victory at Marietta High School. Madill enjoyed a fast start to the game as the Lady Wildcats went on a 6-0 run over the opening four minutes. Healdton managed to get on the board at the 3:54 mark of the first quarter at 6-2, before Madill ended the frame with a 3-0 run to lead 9-2. The Lady Wildcats decided to clamp down on defense to end the first half as the Lady Bulldogs shooting struggles continued, with Healdton being held to just six points in the second quarter. Madill meanwhile was able to build a comfortable 22-8 advantage going into the break. It was much of the same in the second half as Madill went on a 15-9 run in the third quarter, before holding the Lady Bulldogs scoreless in the fourth quarter, as Madill scored 15 points to close out the game. Jayden Weiberg led the Lady Wildcats with 15 points in the game, in addition to also being named to the All-Tournament team. Kristen Chapa added nine points for Madill with Braylee Schneider putting in eight points. Healdton was led by Heavenly Kirkpatrick with five points followed by Ramsey Webb and Brynli Tucker each with four points apiece.