Megan Ashley and Jordan Lasley each scored 11 for the visiting Lady Wildcats, and Earlsboro escaped Macomb with a 45-29 win Tuesday night.
Brittany Coon added nine for Earlsboro, which led by just five at halftime. A 12-4 third-quarter tally distanced the Lady Wildcats from Macomb. From there the visitors coasted to the win.
The Lady Hornets’ Shania Pace led all scorers with 13. Kelsey Hasbell added seven for Macomb.
The win moves Earlsboro to 7-0 on the season.
Earlsboro will head to Bowlegs Friday, while the Lady Hornets have a home date with Moss.
Connor Kelsay knocked down five treys in the first half, and Earlsboro’s boys withstood a furious second-half Macomb rally to top the Hornets 44-39 Tuesday night.
Kelsay finished with 18 points despite being held without a field goal in the second half.
Ethan Bateman added 13 and Austin Sanders put up 10 for the Wildcats, who were outscored in the second half, 25-17.
Jose Chavez and Josh Scott were the only two Hornets in double figures with 13 and 11, respectively.
Earlsboro will head to Bowlegs Friday for a date with the Bison, while Macomb will stay home to entertain Moss.
Note: Report compiled by Chuck Porter.