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B2 - THE JOURNAL, Thursday, January 14, 2016 Sports Oklahoma State basket- ball stumbled a bit last week with the Cowgirls gaining the only win as Big 12 Con- ference action continues. The Cowgirls went 1-1 while the Cowboys were winless in two road games. It's Bedlam Week as the Cowgirls host Oklahoma in a 12 noon matchup Satur- day in Gallagher-Iba Arena. A trip to Manhattan, Kan., was made Wednesday night for a game with Kansas State. For the Pokes, OU was in town Wednesday night. 4 = ' b P " I /WA [: i By Rick Somenick " I [ Journal win last Saturday afternoon. The Longhorn led 25-7 at the end of the first quarter then used an 18-6 second quarter for the big lead at intermission. O-State did play better in the second half as both teams tallied 35 points each. In fact, the Cowgirls outscored Texas 22-15 in the fourth quarter. It was just before the end and 13 rebounds. She was the only Cowgirl in double figures in either category. The team reached a mile- stone in last Wednesday night's 69-46 win over Texas Tech at Lubbock, Texas. It was head coach Jim Littell's 100 win at OSU, Littell took over the program following the tragic death of then head OSU plays at Texas at 5 of 2015 when the Cowgirls p.m. Saturday. pulled one of the biggest CN CN CN upsets of the season with The Cowgirls' attempt a solid win over then No. to upset another Top 5 team 4 Baylor. were quickly dashed as Brittany Martin turned Texas rolled to a 43-13 first in another double-double half lead enroute to a 78-48 performance with 17 points coach Kurt Budke and fellow assistant Maranda Serna. The Cowgirls got off to a slow start and trailed 12-11 at the end of the first period. However, O-State rebounded in the second period with 15-5 output to lead 26-17 at halftime. Things went much better in the second half with a 43-29 second half surge for the win. Karli Wheeler led the way with a career-high 19 points. Martin followed with 16 and Kaylee Jensen chipped in 13 points with her 12 rebounds. CN CN CN The Cowboys ended the week with a 77-60 loss at West Virginia last Satur- day despite Jeffrey Carroll notching his first career double-double. OSU never led in the game as the Mountaineers led 38-26 at halftime the expanded the advantage in the second half for the double-digit loss. Both teams combined for 65 free Scouting the sports scene while wishing a speedy, successful recovery to injured Oklahoma State freshman wrestler Kaid Brock. Brock, a three-time state champion at Stillwa- ter High, made a dramatic impact in his collegiate debut by pinning Oklaho- ma's defending national champion Cody Brewer in 42, seconds of their 133-pound Bedlam match recently. He later won by techni- cal fall at Wyoming before suffering a season-ending leg injury in a semifinal match against top-seeded Nahshon Garrett of Cornell in the recent Southern Scuf- fle in Chattanooga, Tenn. Brock is a hard-nosed ByRon Holt athlete who will put in the necessary work to acceler- ate his return to the mat. XXX Barry Hinson, the former Marlow product who is into his 14th season as a head college coach, is coaching his most successful season to date at Southern Illinois University in Carbondale, Ill. He took the SIU post three years ago after serving as director of operations for Coach Bill Self at the University of Kansas. Hinson, who began his head coaching career of Stillwater's ninth grade team, guided SIU to a 14-3 start in his third sea'son as the school's head coach. SIU is 3-1 in Missouri Valley Conference play. Southern Illinois only losses came against Tex- as-E1 Paso, Southern Illi- nois-Edwardsville and last weekend to Wichita State in a MVC contest. The loss snapped a six-game win- ning streak. After serving as Self's at the school. In nine years as the head men's basket- ball coach at Missouri State University, Hinson had a record of 169-117. The personable HinsorL the featured speaker at the recent Iba Awards Banquet, graduated from Oklahoma State University in 1983. After serving as an assis- tant coach at Stillwater High and as the ninth grade head coach, he became head coach at Tulsa Bishop Kelley High School before becoming ORU's assistant. XXX Former Stillwater High two-sport athlete Steve throw attempts with West Virginia hitting 23-of-35 attempts while the Pokes were 18-of-30. Carroll finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Leading scorer was Jawun Evans with 13 points as Jeff Newberry added 12. The Cowboys began the week with a 79-62 to the Baylor Bears at Waco, Texas, last Tuesday. OSU held a brief three- point lead early in the game before the Bears took over and raced to a 45-33 half- tLme lead. Baylor outscored the visitors 34-29 in the second half. Baylor used an overwhelming 44-18 rebounding advantage enroute to the win. Carroll led the way with 15 points Newberry fol- lowed with 10. assistant at Oral Roberts Hesser has compiled a win- University, Hinson became ning record in the early the Golden Eagles' head season at Drury Univer- coach and compiled a sity in Springfield, Mo. record of 36-23 in two years Drury is 8-5 heading into a game against the University of Indianapolis at home tonight. nesser, a former suc- cessful head boys' basket- ball coach at Bartlesville and Stillwater, is into his 12th season at Drury. He has a record of 252-93 and led Drury to the 2012-13 NCAA Division II National Championship, the school's first national title. XXX Ja Havens, who grew up in Stillwater and played junior high hoops here before moving to Lewis- ville, Tex., is into his third season as the head men's basketball coach at East Central University in Ada. The Tigers are 8-4, carry a 4-2 conference record See START Page B3 JV boys lose, girls' game tied at Cleveland CLEVELAND - The Perkins-Tryon junior var- sity basketball teams each played single games at Cleveland last Saturday. The Demons dropped a 76-22 decision while the Lady Demons played to an unusual 31-31 tie. There were no JV games played last friday against Harding Fine Arts. In the girls' game, both teams battled.to a 12-12 first quarter deadlock. P-T would hold a slim 19-18 advantage at halftime. The Lady Demons' lead was extended by a point in the third quarter to 24-22 before Cleveland used a 9-7 fourth quarter to force the 31-31 tie and an end to the game. Bailey Wamsley and Abby Winn led P-T in scor- ing with 8 points each. In the boys' game, Cleveland jumPed out to a 49-19 halftime lead and never looked back. P-T's scoring was hand- cuffed' in the second half and was limited to three points. Cleveland added 27 more points to'its total for the lopsided win. Jordan Brown led the Demons with 7 points. P-T 31, Cleveland 31 (Girls) P-T 12 6 4 9-31 CHS 12 7 5 7-31 Bailey Wamsley 8, Abby Winn 8, Jaci McDaniel 7, Tatum Swink 3, Bailee Washington 3, Raygan Holder 2. 3-point goals - P-T: Swink 1, Washington 1. CHS: 1. Cleveland 76, P-T 22 (Boys) P-T 6 13 1 2-22 CHS 24 25 14 13-76 Jordan Brown 7, Ethan Hobbs 6, Ty Hill 5, Garrett Voelker 3, Caden Williams 1. 3-point goals - P-T: Hobbs 2. CHS: 6. 718 East 99th Street Perkins 405.547.5581 hellocatering.corn facebook.corn/hellocatering Breakfast. Lunch Dinner Catering for All Occasions - Corporate Events -Weddings - Parties & More "Now That's A Pizza Coupon!" "c.k/'ow Present This Coupon For $2.00 OFF !" - '" ANY LARGE PIZZA One coupon per customer per visit. Hi- waygn 33 Perkins One pizza per coupon. Not valid with other discounts. 547-2456 HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING. INC. Quality Sales and Service David Lara, President www.countrycomfort-hvac.com P.O. Box 254. 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