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Sports THE JOURNAL, Thursday, February 11, 2010 - B3 Senior Jessica Wilkinson goes up for a shot between two Chandler defenders during the Lady Demons' 69-38 win over the Lady Lions here Friday night, Wilkinson was also named homecoming basketball queen during coronation ceremonies. Journal photo by Kyle Lomenick BLOWOUT Continued from Page B1 scoring column as the 3, Mattheyer3, Kimble2, Lewis2, Lady Demons dominated Martin 2, Caldwell 1, Helm 1. P-T (16-2) - April McCormick the visitors for the 25-8 first quarter lead. A 19-6 second quarter gave P-T a 44-14 lead at halftime. The Lady Demons would outscore the out- manned Lady Bulldogs 27-12 in the second half for their second win over MHS this season. McCormick led the way with 18 points. Gorham fol- lowed with 12 and Smith added 10. P-T 69, Chandler 38 CHS 4 9 12 13-38 P-T 16 18 20 15-69 Chandler - Solberg 11, Carver 9, Glover 4, Henderson 13, Justice Payne 12, Shannon Cotton 10, Jordan Gorham 10, Kayla Smith 7, Addle Moreland 4, Rachel Dobbs 3, Jordan Lomenick 3, Jessica Wilkinson 3, Jenna Barta 2, Kalynn Littau 2. 3-point goals - CHS: Carver 1, Mattheyer 1. P-T: Payne 2, Dobbs 1, Lomenick 1, Smith 1 P-T 71, Meeker 26 MHS 8 5 8 4 - 26 P-T 25 19 17 10-71 Meeker - Woodall 15, Standlee 8, Schoenecke 3. P-T- April McCormick 18, Jordan Gorham 12, Kayla Smith 10, Shannon Cotton 9, Justice Payne 8, Jessica Wilkinson 4, Nine Axtell 3, Jordan Lomenick 3, Jenna Barta 2, Addle More- land 2. 3-point goals - P-T: Payne 2, Lomenick 1, Wilkinson 1. Warriors hold off Coyle surge RIPLEY - The Ripley Warriors used strong second and third quarter scoring performances to hold off the Coyle Bluejackets by a 51-48 decision at Ripley Friday night. Coyle jumped out to a 12- 7 lead after the first quarter. RHS responded with a 15-8 second quai'ter run to claim a narrow 22-20 halftime advantage. Ripley would outscore the visitors 14-11 in the third quarter, which proved to be enough. CHS rallied in the fourth quarter with a 17-15 advantage but it wasn't enough. Michael Blose led the Warriors with 16 points. Blake Toews followed with 12 while Taylor Ballard chipped in 10. Blose pulled down a team-leading eight rebounds while Toews collected four steals and Kaleb Hoffman dished out three assists. Coyle standout Jerrick Warren led all scorers with 22 points. Adonis Sumlin followed with 19. The Warriors found themselves on the short end of a lopsidedfirst quar- ter score against the Yale Bulldogs and dropped a 63-52 verdict at Yale last Thursday night. Ripley used a bucket from Taylor Ballard 20 sec- onds into the first quarter for its only lead at 2-0. After that, it was all Yale. The Bulldogs scored the next 11 points for an 11-2 lead with 3:59 remaining. Another Ballard bucket stopped the surge briefly before the Bulldogs used an 8-3 run to closeout the quarter with a 19-7ted. The Warriors closed the deficit back to single digits in the second quarter to trail 26-19 at halftime. RHS outscored Yale 12-7 in the in the third quarter by out- scoring the Warriors 11-4 in the third quarter. In a wild fourth quarter, the Warriors would outscore Yale by a 29-26 verdict. But in the end, the Bulldogs hung on for the win. Blose led the Warriors with 16 points. Ballard fol- lowed with 14 while Hoff- man chipped in 13. The week began with a 50-43 win at Crescent. Ripley forged a 23-9 lead at halftime, which proved to be enough. The host Tigers would rally in the second half with a 34-27 run but fell short. Ballard and Toews led the Warriors with 11 points each. Blose followed with 10 points to compliment his 11 rebounds. Hoffman also pulled down six rebounds. Ripley 51, Coyle 48 CHS 12 8 11 17-48 RHS 7 15 14 15-51 Payne 3, Tony Aska 2, Magnus Scott 2. Ripley (17-5) - MichaelBIose 16, Blake Toews 12, Taylor Bal- lard 10, Austin Jobes 6, Kaleb Hoffman 5, Tyler Rossiter 2. 3-point goals - CHS: Sumlin 4, Warren 2. RHS: Jobes 2, Blose 1, Toews 1. Yale 63, Ripley 52 RHS 7 12 4 29-52 YHS 19 7 11 26-63 Ripley (16-5) - Michael Blose 16, Taylor Ballard 14, Kateb Hoff- man 13, Tyler Rossiter 3, Austin Jobes 2, Jerrad Richards 2, Blake Toews 2. Yale-Elsberry 23, Gipe 15, Morphew 13, Winterbottom 8, Frick 4. 3-point goals - RHS: Blose 1, Hoffman 1, Rossiter 1. YHS: Elsberry 1, Winterbottom 1. Ripley 50, Crescent 43 RHS 6 17 10 17-50 CHS 2 7 15 19-43 Ripley (16-4) -Taylor Ballard 11, Blake Toews 11, Michael Blose 10, Kaleb Hoffman 8, Austin Jobes 8, Jerrad Richards 2. Crescent - Balard 16, Steen 13, Walker 5, Thomas 4, 'Cue 3, Radford 2. 3-point goals - RHS: Jobes 2, quarter. Coyie - Jerrick Warren 22, Blose 1, Toews 1 CHS: Thomas Yale put the game away Adonis Sumlin 1, Domonique 1, Walker I Lady Warriors crmse to victories Ripley's Lady Warriors enjoyed Senior Night festiv- ities with a 55-19 win over the Coyle Lady Bluejackets at home Friday night. Ripley jumped out to a 27-10 first half lead and never looked back. The Lady Warriors would out- scored the visitors 28-9 in the second half for the easy win. Kelsey Willson led a 10ng list of Ripley scorers with 14 points. The Lady Warriors jumped out early on the Yale Lady Bulldogs and rolled to a 53-31 win last Thursday night in Yale. After both teams opened the game with buckets, Ripley tallied 10 straight points for a 12-2 lead. Willson, Taelor Ladd, and Morgan Sturgeon con- tributed to the surge: Yale notched a bucket late' to Glencoe rolls past Coyle GLENCOE -- TheGlen- 34 points. Dalton Slavens on those games. followed with 31. Jerrick Warren led the Bluejackets with 14 points. Adonis Sumlin followed with 11. The Panthers recorded wins over Oilton, 65-42, last Thursday then ended the week with a 90-41 thrashing of Davenport as part of Senior Night fes, tivities Friday night. No information was available coe Panthers opened the week with a solid 83-50 win over the Coyle Bluejackets at home last Tuesday. Glencoe raced to a 22-14 lead after the first quarter then extended it to 41-30 at halftime. GHS would outscore the visiting Blue- jackets 42-20 in the second including a 24-9 fourth quarter outburst. John Lazenby III tallied Glencoe 83, Coyle 50 CHS 14 16 11 9-50 GHS 22 19 18 24-83 Coyle - Jerrick Warren 14, Adonis Sumlin 11, Magnus Scott 8, Shelby Black 7, Fidel Simp- son 6, Kolten Anderson 2, Dillon Downey 2. Glencoe - John Lazenby III 34, Dalton Slavens 21, Austen Ellis 6, Dillon Lane 5, Jake Corbin 3, Taylor Cavett 2, Tyler Ellis 2. 3-point goals - CHS: Black 1. GHS: Lazenby 5, Corbin 1, Lane 1. close out the quarter with a 12-4 score. The Lady Warriors essentially put the game away in the second frame with a 12-3 outburst. Yale's only points came from the free throw line. Ripley used three-point buckets from Sturgeon and Anna Eslinger to cap the second quarter scoring it the final minute. RHS led 24-7 at half time. Ripley's lead reached 20 points with just over three minutes left in the third quarter for a 32-12 lead. It DEMONS was part of a 12-3 run that created a 41-15 Ripley lead at the end of the frame. RHS maintained the 20- point cushion throughout the fourth quarter for the eventual 53-31 final score. Ladd led Ripley in scor- ing with 14 points. Willson followed with 12 and Stur- geon chipped in 11 Ripley 55, Coyle 19 CHS 4 6 2 7 - 19 RHS 11 16 17 11-55 Coyle _ Taja Jones 7, Kya Bush 4, Aaliyah Sumlin 4, Katlin Long 2, Aaliyah Taplin 2. Ripley - Kelsey Willson 14, Rachel Taylor 9, Anna Eslinger 8, Morgan Sturgeon 7, Taelor Ladd 4, Liz Nicholson 4, Kristen McK- night 3, Tori Hargrove 2, Shelby McDaniel 2, Karen Willson 2. 3-point goals - RHS: Eslinger 1, McKnight 1, Taylor 1. Ripley 53, Yale 31 RHS 12 12 17 12-53 YHS 4 3 10 14-31 Ripley -Taelor Ladd 14, Kelsey Wilson 12, Morgan Stur- geon 11, Liz Nicholson 6, Anna Eslinger 5, Rachel Taylor 3, Karen Wilson 2. Yale- Tori Huff 15, Lexi Huff 9, April Hensley 2, Stormee Skin- ner 2, Emily Womack 2, Taylor Moore 1. 3-point goals - RHS: Stur- geon 3, Ladd 2, Eslinger 1, Taylor 1 YHS: L. Huff 1, T. Huff 1. Continued from Page B1 points. Allen followed with a season-high 15 points, 13 of which scored in the first half. Pearce Mded !1. P-T 84, M~ker 50 The Demons jumped on the visiting Bulldogs early to put the game away. The result was the 84-50 win, P-T's second of the season over Meeker. P-T led 27-14 at the end of the first quarter then extended it to 46-25. The Demons notched 19 points in each of the third and fourth quarters to continue DISTRICT extending the lead. The Bulldogs couldn't keep pace with their 25 second half points. Pearce led the Demons in scoring with 18 points. Sam Kinzie followed with 15 points and Champion chipped in 11. Twelve of the 15 P-T players on the roster got in the scoring column. P-T 65, Chandler 50 CHS 10 10 12 18-50 pion 18, Kenny Allen 15, Tanner Pearce 11, Matt Hill 8, Caie Burnett 6, Sam Gammill 4, Sam Kinzie 3. 3-point goals - CHS: McCracken 2, Rich 2, Traylor 2, Hernandez 1 P-T 84, Meeker 50 MHS 14 11 12 13-50 P-T 27 19 19 19-84 Meeker- Jones 12, Shouse 8, Butler 7, Bellymule 6, McCoy 4, Wood 4, Doss 3, Johnson 3, Trevino 2, Keel 1. P-T (10-7) - Tanner Pearce 18, Sam Kinzie 15, Bryan Cham- pion 11, Cale Burnett 9, Matt Hill 8, Carlton Belford 5, Kenny Allen P-T 12 18 17 18-65 4, Leighton Burris 4, Nathan Chandler (6-11) - McCracken Kadavy 4, Caleb White 3, Garrett 14, J Gillette 9, Hernandez 9, Dollins 2, Sam Gammill 1. Traylor 7, Rich 6, A. Gillette 5. 3-point goals - MHS: Shouse P-T (11-7) - Bryan Cham- 2, Butler 1, Doss 1, Johnson 1 Continued from Page BX 27, regional consolation championship games will be played in the afternoon with the championship games that evening. The other Area I regional. tournament will be played at Clinton High School and will consist of teams from Districts 1-4. Those district tournaments are: Guymon at Woodward, District 1 ; Harding Charter Prep at Anadarko, District 2; Santa Fe South at Oklahoma City John Marshall, and Clinton at Elk City, District 4. Sub-regionals are at Woodward for teams from Districts 1 and 4. District 2 and 3 teams will go to area tournament. It will be March 4-6. In Area II, district tournaments are: Cache at Lone Grove, Dis- trict 1; Dickson at Byng, District 2; Little Axe at Oklahoma City Douglass, District 3; Elgin at Bethany, District 4; Weatherford at Tuttle, District 5; Pauls Valley at Newcastle, District 6; Semi- nole at Tecumseh, District 7; and Blanchard at McLoud, District 8. Regional tournaments are at Elgin for Districts 1-4 and New- castle for District 5-8. The area tournament will be at Yukon High School. In Area III, district tourna- ments are: Vinita at Miami, District 1 ; Tulsa McLain at Tulsa Daniel Webster, District 2; Oologah at Jay, District 3; Dewey t Locust Grove, District 4; Tulsa Metro REGIONALS Continued from Page B1 Christian at Sequoyah-Clare- more, District 5; Catoosa at Berryhill, District 6; Inola at Fort Gibson, District 7, and Glenpool at Wagoner, District 8. Regional tournament are at Tulsa Webster and Catoosa. The area tournament will be at Skiatook. In Area IV, district tournaments are: Harrah at Mannford, District 1; Okmulgee at Hilldale, District 2; Checotah at Stilwell, District 3; Bristow at Star Spencer, District 4; Atoka at Madill, District 5; Sal- lisaw at Roland, District 6; Poteau at Muldrow, District 7; and Idabel at Broken Bow, District 8 Regional tournaments will be at Okmulgee and Eastern Okla- homa State College in Wilburton. The area tournament will beat East Central University in Ada. Anadarko. Winners will The west regional tour- :Mangum Marlow, New- move on to Clinton. nament will be held in castle, Perry, Plainview, Midwest City High Pauls Valley. Teams in that Snyder, Sulphur, Talihina, School will host the Area I regional are Bethany, Burns Tonkawa, and Waurika. Flat-Dill City, Comanche, The top four finishers in {~tnt?'" i I l(4 Cordell, Crooked Oak, each weight will advance Davis, Empire, Geary, Her- to the state wrestling tour- itage Hall, Hinton, Hobart, nament scheduled for Feb. 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