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February 2, 2013

Duncan boys, girls fall to MacArthur

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DUNCAN —

WALTERS 73 BRAY-DOYLE 15

The road was anything but kind to the Bray-Doyle Donkeys Friday night.

Against a tough Walters squad, B-D struggled with scoring as the Blue Devils held the Donkeys to single digit scoring throughout the entire contest.

Going into the halftime break the score was 55-8 in favor of Walters, with the lead increased to 66-12 at the end of the third.

Randy Jackson and Josh Goodrich led the way for the Donkeys (1-16) each with five points on the night.

Rodney Hall added four points, while Jesse Bearce scored one point.

KINGSTON 66 COMANCHE 46

Comanche found itself playing its second top-25 team in as many days Friday night against Kingston on the road.

Unfortunately, KHS was in no mood for a close contest as Comanche fell 66-46 to fall to 8-12 overall on the season.

No other information was available.

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LAWTON MACARTHUR 40 DUNCAN 18

Scoring was not at a premium for the Lady Demons Friday night against No. 12 Lawton MacArthur.

Just two points in the first half dug Duncan into a hole it never got out of as the Lady Highlanders used a 20-16 run in the second half to claim their second straight win over DHS this season.

Despite their best efforts, the Lady Demons couldn’t overcome their early struggles as Mac went on the offensive attack, making life very difficult.

Leading the scoring for the Lady Demons (4-15) was Rainy Sanford with seven points, followed by Jamie Carberry with five points. Tania Elix added four points while Delaney Mitchell put in three points.

Lawton MacArthur (12-6) was led by Yoshika Thomas with 12 points followed by Kahlia Austin with nine points. Alaysia Vann scored eight points in the contest.

MARLOW 44 PAULS VALLEY 32

Marlow’s Lady Outlaws weren’t about to lose another game Friday night against Pauls Valley.

Three quarters of holding the Lady Panthers to single digit scoring did the trick as MHS picked up its 12th win of the season at Outlaw Gymnasium.

A 25-11 Lady Outlaws lead at halftime was followed by a strong 12 point effort in the third quarter.

Pauls Valley (4-15) managed to put up 12 points in the fourth quarter as its only double-digit quarter of the contest.

Ashley O’Dell led the Lady Outlaws with 12 points on the night with Avery Walker adding 11. Emalee Williams put in eight points on the night.

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