TAHLEQUAH – The Sequoyah Lady Indians played another home game away from home Friday night when they took on the Crooked Oak Rough Neks. In early action the Lady Indians were in complete control from the start. Angel Goodrich and Shanna Singleterry helped the Indians jump on top 21-4 after the first period. In the second it was more of the same, the Indians continued to press and trap the Lady Rough Neks, forcing them to turn the ball over numerous times. This allowed Sequoyah to get some easy baskets and extend their lead going into halftime, 52-9.

In the second the Indians continued to put points on the board extending their lead. In the third quarter Head Coach Bill Noble was able to go deep into his bench for the second half as the Indians cruised to an easy win, 79-25.

In boys action, the Indians were in an up-tempo battle against the Ruf Neks. Late in the first quarter T.J. Hooper was able to hit a couple of key threes to put the Indians on top 21-14 at the end of the first. In the second quarter the Indians were able to put something together as Chris Little and Hooper started hitting some shots from the perimeter extending the lead.

Travis Boswell was a dominant force in the inside for Sequoyah, pulling rebounds and blocking shots. The Indians increased their lead going into halftime 36-25. In the second half, the Indians took total control of the game as they were unconscience from the field, scoring almost everytime down the floor. Crooked Oak had no answer for the Indians as they ran away with a 82-47 win in the late game.


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