Ardmore uses team effort to get past Eisenhower


It’s always nice to get a win on the road, especially against an opponent you lost to earlier in the season. The Ardmore High School girls’ basketball team knows this first hand after the Lady Tigers secured a 41-32 win over Lawton Eisenhower on Tuesday.

Ardmore avenged a three-point loss on January 18 and did so with a full team effort.

Kierra Dorsey led the way with 10 points, while Chloe Rucker and Khalayah Willis each scored eight. Three other Lady Tigers also finished with at least two points.

A quick start helped as Ardmore led 11-2 late in the first quarter. The Lady Tigers pushed that lead to 23-11 at halftime to propel them to victory.

Ardmore (5-10) looks to keep the momentum going in the final regular season home game at 6:30 p.m. on Friday, Feb. 11 against MacArthur.

Madill 66, lonely grove 44

At Lone Grove, the Lady Horns had no answer for Madill’s Jayden Weiberg on Tuesday as the senior’s 37 points helped lead the Lady Wildcats to victory.

Weiberg did most of his damage from long range finishing with six 3-pointers, including five in the first half.

Madill's Jayden Weiberg attempts a shot as Lone Grove's Kylie Castonguay (1) and Emerie Adams (13) watch on Tuesday.  Weiberg led all scorers with 37 points to help propel the Lady Wildcats to a 66-46 win.

However, Lone Grove didn’t wave the white flag despite falling to a 21-9 hole after the first quarter. The Lady Horns closed within seven, but couldn’t close in the loss.

Malea McMurtrey finished with 14 points, while Destiney Adams scored nine and Eryka Imhof scored seven.

Lone Grove (7-12) hosts Marietta at 6:30 p.m. Friday, while Madill (11-9) hosts Plainview in town at the same time.

Plainview 34, Dickson 31

In Dickson, the Lady Indians held off the Lady Comets on Tuesday to extend their winning streak to three games.

Plainview (13-5) travels to Madill on Friday, while Dickson (7-10) hosts Kingston at the same time.

Roff 50, Springer 26

In Roff, it was a tough outing for the Lady Cardinals as they fell to Roff on Tuesday night.

Cadence Shelley beat Springer with 16 points, while Jalyn Dewberry added seven and Mimi White scored three.


Eisenhower 82, Ardmore 67

In Lawton, the Tigers were unable to launch the offense Tuesday night in a loss to Eisenhower.

Ardmore (10-10) is looking to rebound at home against MacArthur at 8 p.m. Friday.

Dickson 49, Plainview 45

In Dickson, the Comets won their second straight game Tuesday night in a close four-point decision over the Indians.

Dickson (3-14) hosts Kingston in town at 8 p.m. Friday, while Plainview (5-11) is on the road against Madill at the same time.

Roff 67, Springer 45

In Roff, the Cardinals stayed close in the first half, but couldn’t hold on as they fell to top-ranked Roff.

Springer trailed 22-18 at halftime but was upstaged 29-11 in the third quarter. It was too much for the Cardinals to overcome in defeat.

Mickey Hunnicutt finished with a team-high 16 points, while Mikal Brown scored 12 and James Lathum 11.

Springer (18-5) travels to Moss to open the District B tournament against Mill Creek at 6:30 p.m. Friday.


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