Connor Kelsay knocked down five treys in the first half, and Earlsboro withstood a furious second-half Macomb rally to top the Hornets 44-39 Tuesday night.

Connor Kelsay knocked down five treys in the first half, and Earlsboro 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.