After ending the 2019 calendar year with some hardware at the Ronnie Moore Invitational in Marietta, the Dickson Lady Comets got their 2020 off to the perfect start Tuesday night.

After ending the 2019 calendar year with some hardware at the Ronnie Moore Invitational in Marietta, the Dickson Lady Comets got their 2020 off to the perfect start Tuesday night.   A balanced scoring attack helped guide the Lady Comets to a convincing 76-59 victory against Tishomingo on the road, moving them to 7-4 on the season.   Dickson led 21-13 at the end of the first quarter, before outscoring the Lady Indians 14-9 before halftime.   The Lady Comets turned up the offense in the third scoring 27 points, before being outscored 19-14 in the fourth.   Sienna Young led the Lady Comets with 30 points on the night, followed by Mikayla Smith with 25 points.   Girls   Healdton 41 Fox 38   While 2019 didn’t end on the best of notes for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs, the new year certainly got off to an exciting start Tuesday night.   Healdton managed to claim a narrow road victory against the Fox Lady Foxes, moving to 4-4 on the season and snapping a two game losing streak.   Healdton was outscored 9-5 in the first quarter, before a 19-15 run by Fox in the second gave the Lady Foxes a 28-20 advantage going to the break.   But the Lady Bulldogs came back with an 8-2 run in the third before outscoring Fox 13-8 in the fourth quarter to win the game.   Macey Howell led the Lady Bulldogs with 18 points with Torree Wingo scoring 10 points, and Brynli Tucker putting in nine points.   Bree Phelps led Fox with 14 points.   Temple 57 Springer 39   A long road trip to just outside of Lawton proved to be difficult Tuesday night for the Springer Lady Cardinals as they fell against the Temple Lady Tigers.   Springer started brightly enough outscoring Temple 15-7 in the first quarter before a 19-2 run for Temple gave the Lady Tigers the lead going to the break.   The Lady Cardinals were outscored 25-22 in the second half.   Cadence Shelly led the scoring for Springer with 21 points followed by Kailee Lathum with 15 points.   Pauls Valley 52 Davis 44   It was a rough start to the new year for the Davis Lady Wolves as they were defeated at the Pete Byrd Sports Complex against Pauls Valley Tuesday night.   PV led 16-11 at the end of the first quarter, before Davis found itself down 30-23 at the break.   A 12-11 run by the Lady Wolves in the third gave them a little hope, but the Pantherettes shut the down with an 11-9 run of their own in the fourth.   Jolee Grinstead led the way with 15 points for Davis followed by Chloe Summers with 11 points.   Plainview 50 Durant 30   The No. 19 Plainview Lady Indians had little difficulties handling the Durant Lady Lions on the road Tuesday night, as they moved to 5-2 on the season with a comfortable victory.   Plainview led 8-1 at the end of the first quarter, before taking a 19-10 lead into the break.   A 19-6 run by the Lady Indians in the third put the game out of reach, before Durant outscored Plainview 14-12 in the fourth.   Megan Winchester led the scoring for Plainview with 15 points followed by Emilee Hudson with 11 points and Peyton Jones with six points.   Boys   Fox 62 Healdton 42   It might be a new year, but the No. 17 Fox Foxes are still in the same winning mindset.   Fox moved to 9-0 on the season with a comfortable victory against the Healdton Bulldogs Tuesday night at home.   The Foxes wasted little time in pushing the pace as they scored 23 points in the first quarter, before building a 37-15 lead going into the halftime break.   Fox led 52-35 after three quarters, before being out scored 17-10 in the fourth.   David Martin led the scoring for Fox with 16 points followed by Drew Martin with 13 points with Matthew Bowerman scoring 10 points.   Healdton was led by Ryan Moody with 14 points.