Corbin Coker had 18 points and three 3-pointers to lead the Lady Red Devils to a season-opening 48-37 victory over the Meeker Lady Bulldogs Tuesday night.
Whitney Stotler added 12 and Landrea Hixson chipped in nine, including two 3-pointers, for Prague.
"It was our first game of the season, and there were times when you could tell it was our first game," Prague head coach Jay Depanion said.
"We have three seniors starting from last year's state final team. I think we'll be looking a lot better 20 games or so down the road," Depanion added.
Courtney Edmonds led Meeker in scoring with 14. Morgan Palmer chipped in nine.
After tying the game at 11 after one quarter, Prague began to pull away, taking a six-point advantage into halftime and a 35-26 lead into the final frame.
Prague will continue its home stand against Jones Friday, while Meeker will head to Konawa.
Prague's boys opened up an early lead on Meeker and held on to beat the visiting Bulldogs, 70-53, Tuesday night.
Tyler Ouderkirk led the way for the Red Devils with 19 points, despite sitting for the entire third quarter due to foul trouble.
"Tyler had a big game, but that foul trouble caught up to him. Overall, we got in a lot of foul trouble, but our bench stepped up and played a great game, especially [Dathan] Holik," said Prague head coach David Day.
Holik finished with six points. Mark Montgomery added 11 points for Prague.
Three Bulldogs scorers finished in double figures.
Prague will head to Stroud next Tuesday, while Meeker will head to Konawa.
Note: Report compiled by Chuck Porter.