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February 12, 2014

Hulbert with another split against Vian

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HULBERT — Before too long, Parker Taylor will be campaigning to play all of Hulbert’s game against Vian.

After posting a double-double against Vian on Saturday, Taylor did the same thing again on Tuesday at Rider Fieldhouse.

Taylor scored 12 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as the Riders knocked off Vian, 63-46. It was Hulbert’s second win over Vian in four days.

The Riders (15-6) outscored Vian 24-8 in the first quarter and coasted the rest of the way.

Mason Fielden added 20 points for Hulbert, and Rico Wynn logged 17 points in the winning effort.

In the girls game, Hulbert suffered its second loss to Vian in four days. The Lady Riders were saddled with a 48-21 setback. Tiffany Thompson was Hulbert’s lone scorer in double figures with 16 points.

The back-to-back losses to Vian now have Hulbert at 12-8.

On Friday night, Hulbert will continue at home against Warner.

Briefly

Keys’ girls basketball team suffered a 72-69 loss at Oologah on Tuesday night. No other information was reported on the game, and no score or information was reported on the boys game between Keys and Oologah ... NSU’s baseball season will open at Harding on Thursday. The RiverHawks’ season-opening games at Southeastern Oklahoma State on Tuesday were postponed, and NSU added the games at Harding on Tuesday.

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