Paiten Taylor scored 22 points in Hulbert High School’s girls’ basketball team’s triple overtime loss in the championship game at the Southeast Shootout, 40-39, to Savanna. The Hulbert Riders were led by Brett Walker with 10 points in the 51-37 loss to Chouteau in the Consolation Final Saturday.

LaRae Arnall scored the tying basket to send the game in overtime to make the score 29-29. Both teams scored one point in first overtime as Taylor had a free throw for the only HHS point. The first ended at 30-30.

Maykala Wynn's basket at the buzzer sent the game into triple overtime. The score was tied at 35 all at the end of double overtime as Taylor had a field goal, while Arnall and Kassey Dirteater had free throws for the only other four points.

Savanna outscored the Lady Riders 5-4 in triple overtime for the 40-39 win.

Taylor scored in every quarter with seven in the first, two in the second, six in the third and six in the fourth along with her overtime points. The Lady Riders led 7-5 after one quarter as Taylor scored all the points. in the first. Savanna outscored HHS 10-5 in the second quarter as Arnall had two points and Tande Beaver had one point for the other points in the quarter.

HHS outscored SHS 11-3 in the third to take a 23-18 lead. Arnall had a three pointer and Dirteater had a two pointer for the other points of the quarter. The Lady Dawgs outscored the Lady Riders 11-6 in the fourth as Arnall had the other two Lady Rider points for the 29-29 score at the end of regulation.

The Lady Riders are now 5-1 for the season and will play at Warner today at 6:30 in a Big Eight Conference game.

Brett Walker led the way in the first quarter with seven points as the Chouteau Wildcats outscored Riders14-13. Walker had a trey and two two pointers. Dustin Shade and Dylan Brown had treys for the other six points in the quarter. CHS outscored the Riders 13-7 in the second as Skylar Heaton had a three pointer to lead the way. Shade also had three points with a basket and a free throw. Cody Adair had the other Rider point from the Charity stripe. The Wildcats maintained the lead at 27-20 at the half.

The Wildcats put the game away in the third outscoring the Riders 16-8. Adair led the way with five points with a three pointer and two pointer. Walker got the other three points in the quarter, all from the free throw line Chouteau had a 42-28 lead at the end of three quarters. Both teams scored nine points in the fourth quarter as Walker had his second three of the game and Dustin Justice and J.D. Hancock had field goals. Adair added two points from the line in the 51-37 loss.

The Riders will play at Warner today in a Big Eight Conference contest starting at 8:30. The Riders are now 3-3 for the season.

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