Prague had won 10 straight games coming into the Route 66 Conference Tournament finals against 4A No. 14 Seminole. Saturday night, the Chieftains ended that streak.

Prague had won 10 straight games coming into the Route 66 Conference Tournament finals against 4A No. 14 Seminole. Saturday night, the Chieftains ended that streak.
Everything that had gone right for Prague in the last 10 games, went wrong Saturday night.
Jaxon Bond was on fire in the first half, hitting three shots from behind the arc. Trevor Brinker and Cepado Wilkins each added four as Seminole built a 19-2 lead at the end of the first quarter.
Brayden McGinnis hit a three to get the Red Devils going in the second as Prague tried to make a game of it.
Isaiah Bias scored five straight to end the half and Prague had cut the Seminole lead to 33-22.
But Seminole wasn't finished. They came out strong in the third behind six more points from Brinker to take a 47-26 lead into the final frame.
Prague kept fighting but the Chieftains held on for a 63-39 win.
Brinker led all scorers with 23, including 14 in the second half. Bond scored 16 and Wilkins added 8. Cade Hammond and Deyton Jackson scored 4 each.
Zadde Jones led Prague with 9 points, all in the fourth period. Isaac Bloomer had eight, hitting 8 of 10 free throws.
McGinnis added six and Bias and Colby Smith each scored five.
Prague fell to 14-4 with a trip back to Stroud planned for Tuesday. Seminole improved to 13-2. The Chieftains host Tecumseh Tuesday.