Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

February 12, 2013

Keys teams swept at home

PARK HILL — Keys' recent struggles continued on Monday night as the Class 3A No. 13 Cougars lost to Oologah, 42-36, at Cougar Fieldhouse.

Trevor Eubanks and Peyton Ragsdale both scored 13 points apiece for the Cougars (11-11), but no other Keys players scored more than four points.

Breyden Despain paced Oologah with 18 points.

In the girls game, Keys came up short in a 43-36 loss to 4A No. 9 Oologah.

After owning a 24-22 lead at halftime, Keys was outscored 12-2 in the third quarter.

Sydni Rainbolt led Keys with 10 points.

Keys' next games will be in postseason play when it hosts Salina in district play on Saturday night.

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