Tahlequah Daily Press

High School Sports

February 1, 2014

Hulbert teams sweep Gore

Prep hoops briefs

Hulbert boys 74, Gore 49

Mason Fielden had 30 points, Jordan Gibson had 14 points, and Parker Taylor had 12 points to lead the Riders to a dominant home win.

Hulbert (11-6) will play at Sallisaw Central on Tuesday. Gore (1-13) will host Webbers Falls tonight.

Fort Gibson boys 54, Keys 19

The Fort Gibson Tigers jumped on the  Keys Cougars, grabbing a 17-2 lead after the first quarter and never looked back.

The Tigers, 14-2 and No. 6 in Class 4A, had three players finish the game in double figures with Jordan London leading the way with 14 points. Stephen Edwards and Chris Simpson rounded out the double-digit scorers with 13 and 11 points, respectively.

The Cougars dropped to 1-14. The Keys coaching staff failed to report any information prior to press time.

Fort Gibson girls 53, Keys 32

Led by the scoring of Susie Kilpatrick with 14 points, Jamie Hill with 12 points, and Desiree Phipps with 11 points, the 4A No. 1 Lady Tigers won in convincing fashion to stay undefeated.

Ali Nolan had 11 points for Keys.

Fort Gibson led 32-12 at the half on their way to victory.

The Lady Tigers (16-0) will host Sallisaw at 4 p.m. Saturday. The Lady Cougars (8-7) will look to bounce back when they host Locust Grove on Tuesday.

Hulbert girls 56, Gore 30

At Hulbert, the Lady Riders pulled ahead early and led 29-11 at the half.

Tiffany Thompson led Hulbert with 20 points, and Tina Buford added 11 points in the winning effort

Hulbert (11-6) will play at Sallisaw Central Tuesday. Gore (0-13) will host Webbers Falls tonight.

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