Facing two games in a 24-hour stretch is never an easy task for any team.
Facing two games in a 24-hour stretch is never an easy task for any team. But when that team is the No. 13 Fox Foxes, it’s something that just comes with the territory. Fox moved to 14-0 on the season Tuesday night with a comfortable 73-48 victory over Thackerville at home. A 24-point first quarter offensive burst sent the Foxes on their way as they led 24-10, before going into the halftime break leading 38-17. Thackerville had a better offensive performance in the second half scoring 31 points, but Fox put in 36 of its own to win the game over the third and fourth quarters. Jacob Dart and Drew Martin each had 11 points apiece to lead Fox. Sulphur 59 Tishomingo 39 The Sulphur Bulldogs managed to bounce back from their loss in the Charles K. Heatley Classic championship on Saturday with a blowout victory over Tishomingo on Tuesday night at home. Both teams scored 13 points in the opening quarter, as Tishomingo led 29-24 going to halftime. However, the Bulldogs broke the game open in the third with a 21-3 run, before finishing the game off in the fourth with a 14-7 run. Weston Arms and TJ Todd each had 13 points to lead Sulphur, with Cole Hammond scoring nine points. Marietta 44 Lone Grove 41 Marietta’s boys team picked up its fifth win of the season with a narrow victory over Lone Grove at the Gary Scott Center Tuesday night. Lone Grove led 11-6 at the end of the first quarter, before the Longhorns went on a 14-8 run to end the first half. But the Indians won the game with a strong second half as Marietta outscored Lone Grove 30-16 over the third and fourth quarters combined. Oliver Serrano led Marietta with 16 points with Rafael Escobedo scoring 12 points. Jeshua Miller scored 16 points to lead Lone Grove. Plainview 62 Madill 51 It was a second straight win for the Plainview Indians as they survived a high scoring contest with the Madill Wildcats at Wildcat Fieldhouse Tuesday night. The Wildcats outscored the Indians 18-12 in the first quarter before Plainview responded with a 15-12 run in the second. Madill went on a 17-15 run in the third but only managed four points in the fourth as Plainview won the game down the stretch with 20 points of its own. Blake Nowell and Brock Parham had 18 points apiece to lead Plainview, as Madill was led by Miguel Duran with 19 points and Ezekiel Fuentes with 14 points. Healdton 71 Elmore City-Pernell 64 The Healdton Bulldogs managed to escape on the road with a narrow victory over the Badgers from Elmore City-Pernell Tuesday night as they won by seven points. Healdton led 20-10 after the first quarter before the Badgers closed the gap to one point at 31-30 going to the break. ECP went on a 25-18 run in the third quarter, before Healdton won the game in the fourth with a 22-9 run. Colton Picklesimer led the Bulldogs with 23 points followed by Cayden Perkins with 13 points and Isaac Love with 10 points. Waurika 48 Ringling 36 The Ringling Blue Devils took a tough loss on the road Tuesday night against the Waurika Eagles by 12 points. Waurika outscored the Blue Devils 10-6 in the first quarter before the game was even at 19-19 going to halftime. Ringling was outscored 29-16 in the second half by the Eagles. Coty Scott led the Blue Devils with 17 points followed by Chase Taylor with 11 points. Davis 49 Lindsay 44 The Davis Wolves won their second straight game Tuesday night with a close victory over the Lindsay Leopards at Leopard Arena. Davis outscored the Leopards 25-19 in the first half before the Leopards had the slight edge in the second half with a 25-24 total score over the third and fourth quarters. Jett Martin led the Wolves with 16 points with Dakota Bridenstine scoring 12 points. Turner 68 Bray-Doyle 21 There was little drama for the Turner Falcons as they cruised to a victory over the Bray-Doyle Donkeys at home Tuesday night. Turner exploded on offense in the first half for 52 points as Bray-Doyle managed just six in the first and second quarters combined. The Falcons outscored the Donkeys 16-15 in the second half to claim the easy victory. Hunter Johnston led Turner with 16 points followed by Luke O’Dell with 12 points.