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Silo, Rock Creek, Caddo sweep county tilts

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Silo 54, Tushka 35 (girls)

Silo posted a huge Bryan County Conference victory, outscoring the host Lady Tigers in every quarter.

The Lady Rebels were up 14-9 after one stanza, 26-14 at intermission and 42-27 through the third.

Mattie Busby scored 11 points in the first and seven in the second to stake Silo to the halftime edge and finished with a game-high 18 points.

Gracie Lawless tossed in nine, Abbi Atkinson had eight, Cheri Stampley and Alacia Bell both scored six, Lexi McDonald notched five and Randi McLarry rounded out the scoring with two.

Taylor Chambers led a pair of Lady Tigers in double figures with 13 points as Kaylin Kindred contributed 10. Alissa Kindred ended with six, Jalyn Milam had four and Morgan Bess three.

Silo 42, Tushka 33 (boys)

Tushka led throughout the opening three quarters but a big final frame by the Rebels proved to be the difference.

Jacob Lawless pumped in six points while Korben Ford and Dylan Turner tossed in four apiece during a 19-7 Silo blitz that erased a 26-23 deficit.

All three Rebels finished in double figures led by 12 points from Ford and 11 apiece for Lawless and Turner. Chase Corbin chipped in five and Britt Duncan had three.

Darin Brown topped Tushka with 11 while Josh Hyatt also added double digits with 10. Layne Allen scored five, Tanner Hyatt three with Tucker Potts and Seth Meadows ending with two apiece.

Rock Creek 44, Calera 39 (girls)

Rock Creek built a double figure lead through three periods but had to withstand a late charge by the Lady Bulldogs for the win.

It was a 10-9 edge for the Lady Mustangs after one quarter, 22-16 at the half and 38-27 through three stanzas.

Teeronie McCann and Brittany Farrington each notched double figures for Rock Creek with 15 and 11 points respectively. Kendra Ingram pumped in nine, Jolie Perry scored six and Karissa Blackburn three.

Mykah Carlton led all scorers and Calera with 16 points. Kendra St. Clair just missed double digits with nine, Cassidy Mullens and Maddi Virgin chipped in five apiece while Amber Berryhill and Koty White both ended with two.

Rock Creek 68, Calera 48 (boys)

A big first half staked Calera to the lead at intermission but couldn’t hold up against a monster run by the Mustangs over the final two stanzas.

The Bulldogs were up 17-13 after one period and 27-25 at the half before being outscored 20-11 in the third. Rock Creek then pulled away with a 23-10 flurry in the fourth.

Three Mustangs reached double figures spurred by 21 from Karson Dry. Aaron Taylor added 17 and Darian James tossed in 10.

They also got seven from Dylan Robinson, five by Luke Jestis, Sammy Cahill and Jaden Schafer scored three each and Cactus Williams wrapped up with two.

Bodie Smith led the charge with 15 points for Calera as Keith Jeffreys also hit double digits with 12. Tim Iker tossed in eight, Tyler Shupert added six, Tytus West had four and Parker Barkley three.

Caddo 70, Boswell 20 (girls)

It was all Caddo as the Lady Bruins took the lead early and steadily pulled away for four quarters.

The Lady Bruins were on top 11-3 after one period, 30-7 at halftime and 53-15 at the end of three periods.

Kynsey Dixon led the charge with 12 points and Brittney Miller also reached double figures with 10. Karlee Anderson and Kaylee Robison totaled nine each.

Caddo 55, Boswell 43 (boys)

After trailing by a point at halftime, the Bruins doubled up the host Scorpions 18-9 in a decisive third period to rally for the victory.

Caddo led 14-13 after one period before Boswell rebounded to take a 22-21 halftime advantage.

K.W. Adair and Haven Nesbitt each poured in 15 points to lead the way for Caddo. Jacob Jenkins posted eight, Kolten Neptune had six, Michael Creel and Hunter Hamill ended with four each while Braden Couch scored three.

Hayden Dill notched a game-high 22 points to lead the charge for Boswell.

Bennington 45, Achille 31 (girls)

Following a tight first half, Bennington pulled away with a big effort over the final two stanzas.

The Lady Bears held a slim 11-9 advantage through one and 18-15 at the half before outscoring the Lady Eagles 14-7 in the third and 13-9 in the fourth.

Maci Haislip fueled the offensive charge for Bennington with 17 points. Kristin Jordan and Cheyenne Miller had nine apiece, Alexus Gibson scored four with Makenzie Atwood and Carly Russell adding three each.

Achille was topped by Karah Manry with 16 points. Rylee Stanglin pumped in seven, Jackie Todd had five, Tristin Hill notched two and Jayme Todd one.

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