The Central High Lady Bronchos brought home some hardware from the 89th Annual Stephens County Tournament by winning the consolation championship beating Davis 47-39 this past Saturday.
The Lady Bronchos started off with a big shot at the beginning of the game getting a three from Brea Edens along with two baskets from Hope Harris and a basket from Destyne Robbins.
Leading 12-6 at the end of the first quarter, both teams had an active second quarter as freshman Erin Doughty found her groove from beyond the arc.
She hit three from long range to have nine of the Lady Bronchos points while Faith Robbins hit a bucket and one free throw and they scored 12 points together to lead at halftime.
Davis was able to cut into the lead in the third quarter, however, two baskets from Charlcie Parker and Vivian Shipley made sure the Lady Bronchos never lost the lead at 33-31 heading to the fourth and final quarter.
Destynee Robbins had a big fourth quarter netting three baskets from the field and one long range shot while contributing two free throws to have 11 of the 14 final quarter points.
Faith Robbins had two free throws and Harris had one free throw while holding Davis to only eight free throws and no baskets from the field as Central High went on to win.
Destynee Robbins led the scoring for the Lady Bronchos with 15 while Doughty had nine and Parker had seven to be the big three scorers for Central High in the game.
In the very next game, their counter part the Bronchos faced of against Waurika in the boys consolation championship game with the Eagles beating the Bronchos 48-27.
The Bronchos had the two point lead after one quarter of play with three three point shots going in from Landon Burton, Cole Doughty and Holten Cole.
Burton and Ryan Minden were the only two players to get points in the second quarter and Waurika took the lead outscoring Central High 10-3 leading 17-12 at halftime.
Waurika would build on the lead scoring nine points compared to the six Central High points with Burton having four and Doughty having two in the third quarter.
The Eagles had six players who scored baskets in the fourth quarter and they took home the consolation title despite Burton’s three baskets in the fourth quarter.
Burton led the scoring for the Bronchos with 16, Doughty had seven, Cole had three and Minden had one in the game.
The Lady Bronchos and Bronchos next game will come on the road as they head to Elmore City-Pernell with the games starting at 6:30 p.m. this evening for the girls followed by the boys at 8 p.m.