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Kingfisher County Basketball: Tuesday Action Roundup

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Kingfi sher shrugged off a slow start at home against Noble to earn its fourth straight win.

The Lady Jackets used a 17-2 run in the second quarter to propel them to a 74-39 win.

Both teams struggled to score early and KHS was up just 9-8 after a quarter. However, Noble’s woes continued while the Lady Jackets heated up.

Three KHS players scored in double fi gures, led by Rayland Garner’s 16 points. She also had a team-high six rebounds.

Allison Green added 14 points, which included four 3-pointers. Jenni Beebe scored 10 points while adding three assists and four steals.

KHS improved to 5-2…

Cashion’s defense remained stingy and it led the Lady Wildcats to their fourth consecutive win.

This time around it was Oklahoma Bible Academy struggling to find the bottom of the net in Cashion’s 48-35 victory.

Offensively, Cashion got 14 points from sophomore Brooke Shelly.

Kaitin Taylor chipped in 12 points while Cedar Stewart scored 11.

Cashion was 6-1 after the win…

Lomega is fi nally getting healthy and Okeene had to find out how good the Lady Raiders can be.

Class B’s second-ranked squad throttled Okeene early and often in a 97-47 victory.

It was the team’s seventh straight win as it improved to 10-2.

Much of the fi rst half of the season was spent without the likes of junior Emma Duffy and freshman Sydni Walker, both projected starters.

Duffy made her return last Friday and Walker made her debut against the Lady Whippets.

She scored 14 points in her first varsity game.

Lomega put up a modest 24 points in the fi rst quarter, but exploded for 32 in the second to lead by 31 points.

Darcy Roberts had 17 of her 19 points in that fi rst half barrage.

Ady Wilson nailed four 3-pointers in the fi rst half and six for the game. She led all scorers with 26.

Lomega also got 10 points from Sophie Van-DenDriessche…

Dover’s defense kept it in the game, but the offense couldn’t muster enough for a win.

Medford did just enough scoring to hold off the Lady Longhorns, 47-39.

Dover held Medford to just 31 points through three quarters, but still trailed by nine points.

The Lady Longhorns’ offense came alive for 17 points in the fourth, but they couldn’t overcome their defi cit.

Yazaret Gamez scored eight of her nine points in the fourth and Emri Victor six of her eight total points.

The team was led by Yareli Obeso’s 11 points. She scored nine in the fi rst half on three treys.

The loss dropped Dover to 2-9...

Crescent put an end to a four-game losing streak by holding off Hennessey 39-28 in a Three Rivers Conference game.

Elizabeth Battelo scored 14 to pace the Lady Tigers, who improved to 5-4 overall and 2-1 in conference games.

The game was tied at 16-all at the half, but Crescent held Hennessey to 12 second-half points.

Juliana Macy and Gracie Mills scored six apiece to pace Hennessey, which fell to 4-4 overall and 0-2 in the conference.


Kingfi sher’s win streak moved to 29 games with its 83-52 victory against Noble.

Class 4A’s top-ranked team took care of business early as it got out to a 24-5 lead after a quarter.

Bijan Cortes was a big part of that spark with 13 first-quarter points, including a pair of step-back treys toward the end of the frame.

Cortes finished with 19 points and nine assists to go along with six rebounds and four steals.

Jarret Birdwell was also on fire in the first half and capped off his night with a season-high 18 points and fi ve rebounds.

The Jackets also got 12 points on four treys from Harrison Themer and 11 points and 11 rebounds from Matthew Stone, who also dished out fi ve assists.

Ian Daugherty also managed a season-high nine points for KHS, which is now 7-0...

Cashion stayed unbeaten as well as it also used a furious start to beat Oklahoma Bible Academy 85-66 at home.

The Wildcats were outscored by nine points in the second and third quarters, but had built up some insurance with a 26-5 run in the fi rst.

Jacob Woody paced his team with 24 points on 11 of 16 shooting and pulled down 11 rebounds.

Alex Nabavi added 12 and Landon LaGasse 10 for Cashion, which was 7-0 after the victory…

A dominant second half lifted the Okarche boys to a 62-51 home win against Class 2A’s Cordell.

Trailing 32-29 at halftime, Okarche went on a 19-9 run in the third quarter and then upped the lead in the final eight minutes.

Logan Kroener and Kaleb Harris had monster games for the Warriors, who improved to 8-5.

Kroener scored 25 points and Harris added

23. They combined for six of Okarche’s eight 3-pointers and were 10 of 14 from the foul line.

Okarche forced 21 turnovers in the game and turned those into 16 points. Cordell had just fi ve points off turnovers and shot 34 percent for the game…

Lomega warmed up in the first quarter, but really heated up in the second en route to a 61-29 victory against Okeene.

The Raiders led 16-8 after a quarter, then closed the half on a 20-6 run.

Noah Snowden scored half of his game-high 28 points in that second quarter.

He had 21 by halftime.

Tate Ott buried three of Lomega’s five 3-pointers and scored 11 points.

The win was the third straight for Lomega, which improved to 8-4…

Angel Rodriguez and Juan Dominguez proved to be an unstoppable combo again as Hennessey racked up another win.

The duo combined for 47 points in the Eagles’ 74-43 victory at Crescent.

It was Rodriguez and Chris Tovar who had the hot hands early as both made two 3-pointers in the fi rst quarter.

Dominguez heated up in the second as he buried two of his own as part of his 11 points in the frame, helping the Eagles to a 12-point lead.

Crescent stayed within striking distance until a 23-8 run by Hennessey in the fourth. That included four treys - two by Angel Rodriguez and one each by Cristian Rodriguez and Dominguez.

Angel Rodriguez made six 3-pointers in all and scored 18 of his 26 points in the second half. Dominguez scored 21 as Hennessey moved to 7-1.

Crescent got 18 points from Jackson Watkins.