EL RENO —The Class 6A second-ranked Shawnee girls received double-figure scoring from five of their seven players Friday night in a 62-43 blitz of El Reno.

Senior Makyra Tramble scored all of her game-high 16 points in the second half — 11 in the third quarter and five in the final quarter. Tramble knocked down three 3-point field goals in the third quarter.

Sophomore Aubrie Megehee posted 15 points while seniors Emily Hudson and Lauren Fields chalked up 14 apiece.

Fields put together 10 first-quarter points, including a trey and three 2-point field goals, as Shawnee stormed out to an 18-7 advantage. The Lady Wolves led 27-20 at halftime, then really lowered the boom by outscoring the hosts 24-9 in the third quarter.

Shawnee remained undefeated at 12-0.

El Reno had just one player score in double figures with 12.

El Reno is ranked 11th in 5A.

Shawnee defeated El Reno 70-41 in the second game of the season.

Boys

Senior guard Dyson Plumley netted a game-high 29 points, igniting El Reno to a 54-46 triumph over Shawnee.

El Reno, ranked third in Class 5A, outscored Shawnee 19-18 in the final quarter as Plumley posted 15 points. He had two treys, three 2-point field goals and 3-of-4 charity tosses over the final eight minutes.

Shawnee, ranked 18th in 6A, received 13 points from junior J’Briell Easley and 10 points from 6-4 senior DeAndre Love. Easley notched nine points, including 4-of-5 free throws, in the last quarter. Easley went 6 of 8 overall from the charity stripe.

Love had one 2-point field goal in each quarter.

El Reno led 23-16 at the half, thanks to outscoring the visitors 13-5 in the second quarter.

Eli Hollis, a 6-9 center for El Reno, converted eight 2-point field goals and finished with 16 points.

The Wolves were 13 of 25 from the line for 52 percent. El Reno finished at 7 of 9.

Shawnee dropped a 58-44 decision to El Reno in the first matchup.

Both Shawnee teams will entertain Ada Tuesday night.