SEMINOLE — Seminole coach Josh Edenborough emptied his bench Friday night en route to a 65-32 blistering of Holdenville.
Seminole (10-2) led by 40 points (57-17) after three quarters.
Seniors Dayton Jackson and Trevor Brinker were joined by junior Cepado Wilkins with 16 points apiece.
Jackson compiled three 3-point field goals. Jaxon Bond and Wilkins had one trey each.
Nine Seminole players scored. “Everybody played hard and we did a lot of good things,” Edenborough said.
Jackson and Brinker shared rebounding honors with six. Cade Hammond recorded five steals.
Matt Cox propelled Holdenville with 13 points. No other Holdenville player had more than five.
Seminole will oppose Holdenville again at 5:20 p.m. Tuesday in opening-round action of the 66 Conference Tournament at Stroud. Seminole is 2-0 versus Holdenville this season.
Fourteen Seminole players suited up and 10 scored in a 52-30 bombing of Holdenville.
The Lady Chieftains, 2-9, received 13 points from freshman Kaylyn Cotner and 12 points from sophomore Anna Andrews. Abby Carter came in with seven points, including a 3-pointer.
Seminole’s Hayden Harjo scored four points and was also named homecoming queen.
The Lady Chieftains will tangle with Okemah at 4 p.m. Tuesday in the first round of the 66 Conference Tournament at Stroud.
Note: Report compiled by contributing writer Fred Fehr.