SEMINOLE — Led by Dayton Jackson’s 26 points, Seminole had four players score in double figures in blistering Wewoka 83-60 Tuesday night.

Also in double figures were Shemmario Stephens (20), Kason Clark (17) and Adam Nance (17).

Seminole converted seven 3-point field goals (22 shots) with Jackson claiming three.

The Chieftains hit 12 of 15 free throws while Wewoka was 17 of 22.

Darrien Roberts headed Wewoka’s scoring with 25, including three treys.

“Any time Seminole and Wewoka play, it’s a high-intensity game and crowd,” Seminole coach Josh Edenborough said. “We did a good job limiting them to one shot. I am proud of their effort, start to finish.”

Girls

Paced by a 15-point outing from Payton Coursey, Wewoka outlasted Seminole 48-41.

Coursey knocked down three 3-point field goals, all in the first half, as Wewoka trailed 23-22. Wewoka outscored Seminole 15-10 in the final quarter.

Trinity Mitchell notched 11 points as Wewoka went to 2-1.

Seminole (0-3) received nine points from Makayla Harge and eight points from Destiny Tiger.

Tiger and teammate Aubrey Kotchar finished with two treys apiece.

Both teams struggled at the free-throw line as Seminole was 10 of 23. Wewoka was 9 of 18.

Both Seminole teams travel to Prague Friday.