Sometimes winning ugly is better than not winning at all.
Sometimes winning ugly is better than not winning at all. This was the case for the No. 13 Sulphur Lady Bulldogs Tuesday night as they overcame a slow offensive performance to win 49-31 against Tishomingo, moving them to 11-0 on the season. Sulphur raced out to an 11-5 lead at the end of the first quarter, before taking a 28-12 advantage into the halftime break. A 13-4 third quarter run put the game almost out of reach for Sulphur as they finished off the game being outscored 15-8 in the fourth quarter. Korie Allensworth led Sulphur with 16 points followed by Abby Beck with nine points and Harley Beesley with seven points. Lone Grove 44 Marietta 35 No. 17 Lone Grove moved to 9-2 on the season with a nine point victory against Marietta on Tuesday night at the Gary Scott Center. LG led 8-6 at the end of the first quarter before Marietta stormed back to lead 17-14 at the break following an 11-6 run before halftime. However, the Lady Horns came back with a 20-point third quarter run to regain the lead, before both teams scored 10 points in the fourth quarter. Lydia Saavedra led Lone Grove with 12 points followed by Cheyanne Davis with 10 points. Yaslin Sanchez led Marietta with nine points followed by Toriauna Douglass with eight points. Plainview 55 Madill 34 There was no slowing down the No. 19 Plainview Lady Indians Tuesday night at Wildcat Fieldhouse as they cruised to their fifth straight victory with a win over Madill, moving to 9-2 on the season. Plainview opened the game with a 16-7 run in the first quarter before taking a 24-18 lead into the halftime break. An 18-8 run by the Lady Indians in the third quarter gave them some breathing space as Plainview finished off the game with a 13-8 fourth quarter run. Amiya Howard led Plainview with 11 points followed by Megan Winchester, Tally Morris and Emilee Hudson each with nine points, with Peyton Jones scoring eight points. Jayden Weiberg led Madill with 19 points in the game. Comanche 73 Dickson 54 While the Dickson Lady Comets put up a high point total Tuesday night on the road, the No. 7 Comanche Lady Indians had just a few more tricks as they claimed the victory by 19 points. Dickson was outscored 23-12 in the first quarter before the Lady Indians went on a 22-14 run to close out the first half. Comanche finished off the second half outscoring the Lady Comets 28-18. Audrey Young led Dickson with 15 points followed by Mikayla Smith with 13 points. Healdton 66 Elmore City-Pernell 33 It was a smooth road trip for the Healdton Lady Bulldogs as they cruised to their sixth victory of the season with a blowout victory against the Lady Badgers. Healdton raced out to a 16-4 lead in the first quarter before leading 25-12 going to the break. Both teams scored 13 points in the third quarter, before Healdton finished the game off in style with a 25-8 run. Macey Howell led the scoring for Healdton with 18 points followed by Torree Wingo with 13 points and Ramsey Webb with 11 points. Davis 37 Lindsay 31 The Davis Lady Wolves managed to return to Leopard Arena successfully Tuesday night, claiming a victory over the Leopardettes, just days after winning the consolation championship at the Charles K. Heatley Classic tournament. Davis led 8-7 at the end of the first quarter before taking a 16-14 lead into the break. The Lady Wolves outscored Lindsay 21-17 in the second half to claim the victory. Grace Murphy led Davis with 11 points followed by Logan Pruitt with seven points. Fox 46 Thackerville 41 A second win in just over 24 hours was on the cards for the Fox Lady Foxes as they escaped Thackerville at home for their fourth straight victory Tuesday night. The Lady Wildcats led 6-5 at the end of the first quarter before taking a 22-16 lead into halftime. Both teams scored 13 points in the third quarter before Fox won the game in the fourth thanks to a 17-6 run down the stretch. Jada Newhouse scored 14 points to lead Fox with Deja Petties putting in 12 points and Bree Phelps scoring 10 points. Springer 35 Paoli 29 The Springer Lady Cardinals managed to snap their six game losing streak Tuesday night with a narrow six point victory at Walker Gymnasium against Paoli. Springer opened the game with an 11-6 first quarter run before taking a 21-6 lead into the break. Despite being outscored 22-14 in the second half, the Lady Cardinals were able to hold on for the victory. Cadence Shelly led Springer with 16 points followed by Kailee Lathum with 15 points. Turner 40 Bray-Doyle 36 After losing the SCC title on Saturday night in heartbreaking fashion, the Turner Lady Falcons bounced back for their 10th win of the season on Tuesday defeating Bray-Doyle. Turner led 11-9 at the end of the first quarter and closed out the first half being outscored 13-10. The Lady Falcons managed to outscore the Lady Donkeys 19-14 in the second half to win the game. Miranda Crespo led Turner with 13 points followed by Hope Hill with 11 points. Walters 42 Wilson 26 It was a tough night on the road for the Wilson Lady Eagles as they were defeated by the Walters Lady Devils. Wilson managed just eight points in the first half as Walters led 17-8 going to the break. Walters won the game by outscoring Wilson 25-18 in the second half. Lexy Hodges led Wilson with nine points.