Three Dale girls scored in double figures Friday night, propelling a 42-33 victory over Tuttle in semifinal action of the Konawa Tournament, while Dale’s boys, fueled by a strong offensive performance by Evan Anderson, also advanced to the championship game with a 54-48 triumph over Lexington.

Three Dale girls scored in double figures Friday night, propelling a 42-33 victory over Tuttle in semifinal action of the Konawa Tournament.

Senior Breck Clark led second-ranked Dale with 15 points. Danielle Dockrey and Lexes Satterwhile added 13 and 10 respectively.

Dockrey canned 7 of 8 free throws while Sam Barry was Dale’s leading rebounder with six. Dockrey, Jaelin Flewallen and Lexes Satterwhite finished with five rebounds apiece.

Dale, 13-1, led 17-13 at the intermission and 28-25 going into the final eight minutes.

Satterwhite posted a team-high four steals and Barry collected five assists.

“It was a good defensive effort by both teams,” Dale coach Josh Forsythe said. “It was a grind-it-out game, a tough, physical game. Tuttle came to play.”

Dale advances to today’s 6 p.m. championship game against Lexington, a semifinal victor over Konawa.

Dale’s boys, fueled by a strong offensive performance by Evan Anderson, also advanced to the championship game with a 54-48 triumph over Lexington.

Anderson chalked up a season-high 32 points, including 8-of-9 free throws, and pulled down 15 rebounds. It marked the fifth straight game in which Anderson has netted 20 or more points.

Dale, 12-3, was 13-of-15 from the charity stripe.

Jace Wilkins tallied 10 points and nine rebounds. Pirate Hunter Pinkston posted nine rebounds.

“It was a good win. Our intensity was very good,” Dale head coach Jeff Edmonson said.

Lexington led 22-21 at the half.

Dale will meet Konawa at 7:30 tonight.

Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.