WILBURTON TOURNAMENT — In girls action, Eufaula beat Red Oak 53-34, advancing to play in a 5:30 p.m. championship tonight against Wilburton or Poteau. Mewakis Banks and Alyssa Banks along with Cheyanna Jones all had 13 points to lead the Lady Ironheads (4-1), who outscored Red Oak 33-16 over the middle two quarters and led by 21 going to the fourth.
Stigler took down Heavener 49-37. Brook Hurst brought the Lady Panthers 13 points.Stigler is now 2-3 for the season. Mackenzie Maxwell also contributed 13, while Kamber Vasquez brought 15 of Heavener’s points.
On the boys side, Eufaula led 10-4 early but fell behind in the first period and never caught up, losing 47-35 to Wright City in the Wilburton semifinals. Daxton Williams led the Ironheads (2-3) with 11. Eufaula will play Poteau or Red Oak at 4 p.m. today for third place.
CANADIAN TOURNAMENT — Warner’s boys held off Lakewood Christian 56-55 to claim third place. Tim Smithson hit six 3-pointers on the way to 23 points. K.T. Parker had 13 and Grey Denton had 10 points. Warner’s girls lost to Crowder 47-36 in the third-place game. Raven Girty had 12 points and Brandi Center had nine.
OKAY 54, GORE 43 — At home, Okay (2-6) got 22 points and nine points from Nigel King in the win. Dakota Haley had 12. Gore was led by Jake Johnson with 12.
MIDWAY 50, HANNA 38 — The Chargers (1-7) picked up their first win behind Roper Selby’s game-high 18 points. Casey Scruggs had 14. Midway led 20-16 at the half and forced turnovers and extended it to double-digits in the third, which is where it stayed.
TAHLEQUAH 53, COLLINSVILLE 39 — Lain Wright led a trio of Tahlequah players in double figures with 12 points in a 53-39 win over Collinsville on Friday night. Dalton Cunningham and Jake Vader both tallied 10 points apiece for the Tigers (2-4, 1-2 Metro Lakes).
Kanyon Cole paced Collinsville with 14 points, and Zane McElroy chipped in with 11.
Tahlequah will play the second of back-to-back nights tonight when it hosts Coweta at 8.
SEQUOYAH VICTORY CHRISTIAN 66, SEQUOYAH 46 — 4A No. 4 Victory’s late first-half surge got the game to double digits and Sequoyah (3-3) never got closer than eight in the home loss.
Ryan Helsley had 10 points and T.J. Jones had nine for the Indians. Chris Crawford led all scorers and Victory Christian with 20.
CHECOTAH 65, SALLISAW 49 — The Wildcats moved to 5-1 with Braylon Warrior’s season-high 32 points, 16 in a third quarter that put the game firmly in their control. Checotah led 23-21 at half after being outscored 10-4 in the second quarter. Warrior had all but five of Checotah’s 21 third-quarter points making it 44-36. DeShay Bear and Eric White had eight.
CATOOSA 53, KEYS 49 – The Keys Cougars saw their overall record fall to 5-3 and the Verdigris Valley Conference record drop to 2-2 in the loss at Catoosa.
Trevor Eubanks led the Cougars with 22 points while Mason Turman had 12 points.
SEQUOYAH 51, VICTORY CHRISTIAN 36 — Sequoyah (4-2) got 17 points from Loren Young in the win.
OKAY 55, GORE 33 — Courtney Smith and Bristen Graves each had 15 points with Graves pulling a double-double with 15 rebounds. Okay was down 33-27 after a sluggish first half but pulled ahead in the fourth.
CHECOTAH 60, SALLISAW 39 — Kelsea Johnson had 13 for Checotah (4-4), who got 12 points from Katie Smith. The Lady Wildcats led 22-9 after one and cruised from there, leading by as man as 34. Katelyn Donathan was tops in rebounds with seven.
TAHLEQUAH 52, COLLINSVILLE 43 — Casey Beaston had 12 points, six in the third quarter where the Lady Tigers (4-2, 2-1 Metro Lakes) increased a six-point halftime lead to 14, and went to the home win and snapped a two-game losing streak. Randee O’Donnell had 10 points and Marissa Girdner and Desiree Phipps each had nine.
WESTVILLE 49, HULBERT 44 — Hulbert suffered its first loss of the season, falling to 6-1. Lindsey Krueger had 16 points and Tiffany Thompson 15.
CATOOSA 49, KEYS 43 – Sydney Rainbolt led three Keys Lady Cougars (3-5, 1-3 Verdigris Valley Conference) in double figures with 14 points in the loss at Catoosa.
Ali Nolan finished with 11 points and Mylee Hewitt had 10 points.
Coweta at Tahlequah
Vian at Keys
Okay at Porter
Stigler at Talihina
Catoosa at Hilldale
Metro Christian at Sequoyah
Pryor at Tahlequah
Porter at Braggs
Fort Gibson at Locust Grove
Beggs at Haskell
Warner at Vian
Okay at Oktaha
Kellyville at Eufaula
Gore at Hulbert
Morris at Checotah
Wagoner at Keys
Gans at Midway