STROUD — Behind a high-octane offense which recorded two season-high efforts, Seminole blitzed Stroud 88-27 Tuesday night.

Seminole’s previous single-game scoring high this season was 83 points.

The Chieftains rang up 15 field goals from 3-point range, eclipsing their previous season-high of 10.

Seminole (9-2) was never pressed after bolting to a 20-3 margin after one quarter.

Kason Clark, Seminole’s high scorer with 21, recorded 15 treys. Jackson Bond hit three field goals from beyond the 3-point line while Cade Conn and Chico Baker registered two apiece.

Seminole hadn’t posted more than 10 3-pointers in a game this year.

Seminole coach Josh Edenborough employed 15 players and 13 scored.

“We just executed well and played well,” Edenborough said.

Seminole was 7 of 10 from the charity stripe.

The Chieftains will begin defense of their Route 66 Conference Tournament crown Tuesday when they engage Holdenville at 5:20 p.m. in Prague.

Girls

Seminole fell into a 19-3 halftime hole and went on to drop a 39-21 decision to Stroud.

Abby Carter of Seminole canned three 3-point field goals to lead Seminole with 11 points..

“We played pretty good defense but just struggled to score,” Seminole assistant coach Pam Fletcher said. “We’ve held a lot of teams under 40 points.

Seminole will square off against Prague at 6:40 Tuesday in the opening round of the 66 Conference Tournament. Prague is the No. 1 seed.