Dale girls roll to 14th straight win
- Class 2A's second-ranked Dale girls captured their 14th straight victory Tuesday night with a 48-25 bulldozing of Konawa.
Class 2A's second-ranked Dale girls captured their 14th straight victory Tuesday night with a 48-25 bulldozing of Konawa.
Konawa hit three shots from 3-point range in the first quarter to forge a tie at 11 but Dale owned the rest of the game.
Breck Clark of Dale led all scorers with 13 points to go along with three blocked shots, five rebounds and four steals.
Lexes Satterwhite contributed 12 points, all coming on 3-point shots, and Brayden Newton finished with 10 points, including two treys.
Lady Pirate Jaelin Flewallen chalked up eight points and five rebounds. Teammate Danielle Dockrey had a team-high seven rebounds.
Dale, 21-1, hit 35 percent of its field goal attempts and was 54 percent at the line.
“We didn’t get off to a real good start but we played a little better the last three quarters,” Dale coach Josh Forsythe said.
Dale’s boys weren’t so fortunate in the nightcap, dropping a 55-48 decision to Konawa.
Dale, ranked fifth in Class 2A, trailed 30-29 at the half and 41-37 after three quarters.
“We played hard but the shots didn’t fall,” Dale coach Jeff Edmonson said.
In double figures for Dale (19-4) were Evan Anderson with 18 and Tanner Nelson with 10. Dustin Stark posted eight points, including two treys.
Trent Davis of Konawa knocked down five shots from 3-point range and finished with 24 points. Zach Snow of Konawa had 13 points.
Both Dale squads will be home Friday versus Wewoka.
Note: Report compiled by Fred Fehr.