The Lady Bulldogs of Meeker blitzed Stroud’s zone defense for a 55 percent (12-of-22) shooting success Friday night, paving the way for a 70-58 triumph.
Sophomore Summer Powell was the ringleader of the 3-point brigade, going 6-for-9 en route to 20 points.
Meeker’s Cortney Edmonds, with a team-high 21 points, sank two out of five shots from beyond the line. Edmonds also had 10 of Meeker’s 27 rebounds in a 34-minute playing stint.
Morgan Palmer went 3-of-7 from the 3-point area and finished with 13 points for Meeker.
Meeker, jumping to 14-5, canned 51 percent (27-of-53) of its total field goals.
“We played very well,” Meeker coach Lisa Pettitt said. “We started meshing together in the third quarter. We shot well from the outside and they didn’t come out of the zone. We just kept making them.”
The visitors out-scored Stroud 25-13 in the third quarter.
Erin Wiley led Stroud’s scoring with 26.
Meeker is 2-1 against Stroud this season.
The Lady Bulldogs will play Tuesday night at Okemah.
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.