MASON — Kaveon Sharp collected 28 points and 12 steals Friday night, igniting Earlsboro to a 67-47 victory over Mason.
Trey Herron compiled 11 points for Earlsboro and Elijah Stargell came in with 10.
Earlsboro led 41-30 at the half.
Earlsboro improved to 21-3.
Earlsboro outscored Mason 19-6 in the final quarter but still dropped a 71-60 decision.
Katelyn Bohannon was Earlsboro’s leading scorer with 25 points, including seven 3-pointers.
Both Earlsboro squads will be home Tuesday versus Sasakwa.