WILBURTON TOURNAMENT — Daxton Williams’ layup with :07 left coming off a blocked shot by Cody Faries at the opposite end moments earlier gave Eufaula a 35-34 overtime win against Heavener in the first day of the event on Thursday. It was Williams’ only points of the contest.
Devin Siers had 12 points to lead the Ironheads (2-2), who get Wright City at 5:30 p.m. today in one semifinal.
The low-scoring contest was tied at 31 at the end of regulation. Faries missed a 10-footer as time expired that could have prevented overtime. Faries finished with eight points.
Eufaula beat Stigler in girls action, 55-44. The Lady Ironheads (3-1) led by three going into the fourth quarter and pulled away at the free-throw line, going 9-of-14 off fouls on transitions off turnovers.
Ashley Laughlin had 20 points for Eufaula and Melissa Banks had nine of her 12 points in the final quarter. For Stigler (1-3), Brooke Hurst had 15 and Mackenzie Maxwell 13.
Stigler plays Heavener in a 10 a.m. consolation game and Eufaula plays Red Oak at 4 p.m. in a semifinal.
CANADIAN TOURNAMENT — Both Warner teams lost in semifinal play Thursday. The LAdy Eagles fell to host Canadian 30-25 in a semifinal game after winning for the first time this season on Monday, now 1-3 after hitting just 3-of-11 from the free-throw line. Raven Girty led Warner with nine points. The Lady Eagles play Crowder at 7 tonight for third place.
Kinta blew out the Warner boys 63-37. Grey Denton had 15 points for the Eagles (2-2), who face Lakewood Christian for third place at 8:30 tonight.
MIDWAY, BRAGGS SPLIT — At Braggs, Peyton York led four Wildcats in double figures with a 31-point night as Braggs beat Midway 86-55. Blaine Dunlap had 17 points with four 3-pointers, Brodie Igert had 11 points and Rowdy Ensminger had 10. Midway was led by Roper Selby with 22 as the Chargers remained winless at 0-6.
Hailee Truesdell had 20 points and Zadie McElhaney 10 as the Lady Chargers won 51-40 in the earlier contest. Midway is now 7-1.
FORT GIBSON AT JENKS — In a quad with the hosts along with Bixby and Pryor, Fort Gibson’s girls went 2-1; the boys 1-2.
The girls beat Pryor 196-37 and Bixby 171-94 but lost to Jenks 182-99. All events were contested between all four schools simultaneously, scores were then divided into dual results. All of Fort Gibson’s relays got second to Jenks but set personal bests in all three. Kyla Martin, Whitney Stroup, Leslie White and Hannah Cantrell made up the 200 free, Sara Nichols, martin, Stroup and Hali Martin the 400 freestyle and Nichols, White, Hali Martin and Hannah Cantrell a school record 2:01.40 in the 200 medley relay.
White was second in the individual medley and set a school record in the 100 breaststroke winning it. Cantrell won the 50 freestyle and Martin was second in the 500 freestyle and third in the 100 butterfly.
The Tigers beat Pryor 147-103 but lost to Jenks 159-105 and Bixby 156-108 but got first-place finishes from Dalton Barton in the 200 IM and Brandon Walker in the 200 free. Walker was second in the 100 free. Chris Huggins was fourth in the 100 butterfly, James Huggins was second in the 500 free and in relay events, FGHS’s 200 free and 400 free were both second and the 200 medley was third.
The Jenks pool will host the state tournament.
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