Mustangs continue their roll against Wewoka

Jan. 11—ALLEN — After rolling to the championship of the Stringtown Event Center Shootout, the Allen High School boys basketball team continued to roll at home against Wewoka Tuesday night

Coach Greg Mills' club walloped Wewoka 78-39 and have strung together six straight victories since a loss to still-unbeaten Stonewall in the finals of the Pontotoc Conference Tournament. Allen improved to 11-1 overall and is ranked No. 10 in Class A. Slumping Wewoka fell to 2-10.

Allen travels to Konawa Friday night and is set to host Strother Saturday evening.

Allen 78, Wewoka 39

The Mustangs jumped out to a 19-11 lead after the first quarter and then really picked up the pace in the second period, Allen used a 30-7 surge to forge a 49-18 halftime advantage.

Allen outscored the visitors 29-21 over the final two periods.

Brayden Tatum needed just three quarters to score a game-high 25 points. He connected on three 3-point shots. Garrett Nix, who has been nursing a knee injury all season long, followed with 14 points and hit four 3-pointers, all in the first half.

Both Gus Matthews and Bodie Garrett just missed double figures with nine points apiece. Garret made one 3-point basket.

Wewoka got 10 points from King Thompkins and six points from Tatum Louie.

Stratford boys clip Dibble in overtime

DIBBLE — The Stratford Bulldogs outscored Dibble 8-3 in overtime to defeat the host Demons 47-42 in a Tuesday night road game.

Coach Ray Ardery's team improved to an even 6-6 on the year, while Dibble — coming off winning the championship at Arbuckle Winter Classic in Davis — dropped to 5-6.

"It was a good win versus a very physical and solid Dibble team," Ardery said.

Stratford is set to host Wayne on Friday.

Stratford 47, Dibble 42

Stratford led 19-13 at halftime before both teams scored 12 points each in the third period. The Demons knotted the score with a 14-8 run in the fourth period before Stratford took control in the extra session.

Walker Chandler led the SHS attack, finishing with 21 points and nine rebounds. He sank three 3-point baskets.

Canaan Weddle followed with eight points and also had nine boards. Carson Owens ended up with six points and four steals.

Grady Corbin led Dibble with 16 points and Trey Green also hit double figures with 10.

Asher teams club Maud squads

MAUD — The Asher boys and girls basketball team eased to a pair of road wins over Maud Tuesday night.

The Indians rolled past the Tigers 66-35 and the Asher girls started the sweep with a 58-30 victory.

The Asher boys, ranked No. 16 in Class B, improved to 12-7 on the year. The Lady Indians, No. 20 in Class B, ran their record to 13-6.

Both Asher clubs will host Vanoss in a pair of tough Pontotoc Conference matchups Friday night. The Vanoss girls are ranked No. 7 in Class 2A and the Vanoss boys are sitting in the No. 13 spot.


Asher 58, Maud 30

Asher took control early, bolting to a 21-8 lead after quarter No. 1. The Lady Indians led 30-18 at halftime. Asher broke the game open with a 22-5 surge in the third period.

Cadence Leba led the Asher offense with 16 points and sank 3-of-4 free throws. Josey Milburn was next with 15 points and finished a perfect 6-of-6 from the free-throw stripe. Ryleigh Reeser followed with eight points.

Amerikus Street and Kadie Jencik scored seven points apiece to lead the Maud squad, which fell to 6-6 on the season.


Asher 66, Maud 35

Like the Asher girls, the Indians got off to a quick start, outscoring the Tigers 23-9 in the first quarter. The Indians went to the break on top 33-13,

Tristan Reese turned in a big game for the Indians with 20 points and hit 4-of-5 free throws. No other AHS player hit double figures but Hudson Skender and Mikey Vanschuyver both contributed eight points each.

Bowdee Brooks scored nine points to pace the Maud squad, which slipped to 4-8 on the year. Beau Willis was next with seven points.