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Monday’s High School Girls Basketball Roundup

December 19, 2012

HEADING TO THE HOOP — Howe’s Jentry Brown, right, drives toward the basket in front of Pocola’s Madison Hudkins, back, and prepares to meet Pocola’s Peytan Lamb in the lane during Monday’s game at the Howe High School Gym. PDN photo by David Seeley

STILWELL — Two NOAA Conference games, two wins for the Poteau Lady Pirates — and convincing victories, at that.
The Lady Pirates had little problem in defeating the Stilwell Lady Indians by a score of 49-29 on Monday night.
The Lady Pirates (5-3, 2-0 in conference play) jumped out to a 10-1 lead after a period to take control of the game. Poteau had a 22-12 lead at halftime.
If the Lady Indians had hopes for a second-half comeback, they were dashed in the third quarter as the Lady Pirates outscored them 14-6 to take a 36-18 lead into the final period.
Even with the reserves in the game for the last quarter, Poteau outscored Stilwell 13-11.
Howe 56, Pocola 44: In Howe, the Lady Lions doubled the Lady Indians 14-7 in the opening period, but Pocola edged Howe 13-12 in the second quarter to cut the halftime deficit to 26-20.
The Lady Indians continued the comeback, outscoring the Lady Lions 5-1 to cut the Howe lead to 27-25 with about six minutes left in the third quarter. However, that was as close as Pocola got.
Talihina 41, Stigler 38: In Talihina, the Lady Golden Tigers had to withstand a late 3-point barrage by the Lady Panthers to get the win.
Trailing 29-20 after three periods, the Lady Panthers hit four 3s in the final quarter to help them to an 18-12 period, but the rally fell short.
Mena, Ark., 52, Heavener 45: In Heavener, Mena led 9-7 after a period and 27-25 at halftime.
In the second half, the visitors took a 36-33 lead into the final period, where Mena doubled Heavener 16-8 to secure the victory.
Roland 54, Spiro 44: In Spiro, the Lady Rangers jumped out to a 12-8 lead after a period en route to a 29-23 halftime advantage.
The Lady Bulldogs outscored the Lady Rangers 11-9 in the third quarter to cut the deficit to 38-34 going into the final period.
However, Roland outscored Spiro 16-10 to get the road victory.

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