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High School Sports

February 6, 2013

Lady Riders win again

Local briefs

HULBERT — Allison Arnall and Lindsay Krueger both recorded double-doubles as the Hulbert girls won their third straight game with a 36-32 win over Sallisaw Central on Tuesday night.

Arnall and Krueger both recorded 16 points and 10 rebounds as the Lady Riders improved to 14-7.

In the boys game, Sallisaw Central knocked off Hulbert, 55-49. Craig Potts led Hulbert with 12 points while Brandon Thompson chipped in with 10 points.

The Riders dropped to 11-9 while Sallisaw Central improved to 16-5.

Hulbert will be home again on Friday to host Westville.

Keys teams swept

LOCUST GROVE — The Class 3A No. 13 Keys boys lost to 4A No. 16 Locust Grove, 56-53, at Pirate Arena on Tuesday night.

For Keys, it was its second loss this season to Locust Grove, after losing to the Pirates, 46-42, on Jan. 4.

Peyton Ragsdale led Keys (10-10) with 22 points points.

In the girls game, Keys lost to Locust Grove, 59-48. Sydni Rainbolt tallied 15 points for the Lady Cougars (10-10).

Keys will be at Hilldale on Friday night.

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