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High School Sports

February 28, 2014

Keys teams keep seasons alive

HEAVENER — Both Keys teams picked up wins in the consolation round of a Class 3A regional tournament on Thursday to keep their seasons alive.

The Keys girls picked up a 55-47 win over Idabel. Sydni Rainbolt led the Lady Cougars (10-10) with 19 points. Ali Nolan chipped in with 14 for Keys.

“Ali Nolan played really well,” Keys coach Mickey Duncan said. “Idabel pressed us and she had two turnovers and that was it. She led us in our statistical efficiency.”

Keys, which outscored Idabel 22-13 in the final quarter, went 13 of 16 from the free-throw line in the final period.

Keys will take on Antlers on Friday at 1:30 in Wilburton.

The Keys boys will play at 3 in Wilburton after picking up a 53-49 triumph in overtime against Heavener.

Chase Girdner paced Keys with 15 points. Kylar Stilwell chipped in with 13 points.

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