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January 26, 2014

Tahlequah teams finish last at Moore tourney

Local basketball roundup

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Hulbert teams prevail on final day of Kiefer tournament

KIEFER — Jordan Gibson tallied 26 points as Hulbert outlasted Depew, 65-53, in the third-place game of the Dale Calvert Invitational in Kiefer on Saturday night.

Ricco Wynn added 17 points for the Riders, and Mason Fielden chipped in with 16 points.

As a team, Hulbert shot 19-of-43 (44 percent) from the field and eight-of-15 from beyond the 3-point arc.

The Riders, coming off a loss to Kiefer in the semifinals, are now 9-6.

The Hulbert girls prevailed in the consolation title game against Drumright, 63-42, on Saturday afternoon. Tiffany Thompson led Hulbert (10-5) with 22 points. Megan Cox poured in 13 points in the winning effort.

Hulbert took control of the game by racing out to a 33-23 halftime lead. Then a 17-10 third quarter gave the Lady Riders plenty of cushion in the second half.

Hulbert will play on the road Tuesday night at Warner.

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Shawn Hein of the Sand Springs Leader contributed to this report.

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